- A clear understanding of why you are sabotaging yourself.
- A systematic process to clear any resistance to change.
- Simple straightforward tools that you can use in just minutes a day to clear the sabotaging behaviors.
- Tools to create clear goals so it's easy to move forward.
I was recently having drinks with a friend and we were talking about my time teaching anger management in jail. She asked if I would teach her one of the tools I taught the guys. So I explained one of my favorites. She responded, "I can see how … [Read more...]
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a healing protocol that is gaining more and more acceptance worldwide. I see it very much as a cousin of EFT and tapping. In this podcast I interview Masha Bennett who is very experienced … [Read more...]
My favorite tapping experience and one of the coolest things I have ever done was to teach tapping as part of an anger management class in a county jail. It was humbling to see a group of men willing to face their past, their inner demons, and … [Read more...]
A number of years ago there was a lot of discussion about what to call the tool most commonly known as Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). I wasn't very engaged in the conversation as I didn't really have a strong opinion or wish to take sides so I … [Read more...]
Recently my friend Rebecca Kane asked me about my approach to working with clients and how I structure my client sessions. It turned into a very constructive conversation. If you have ever wondered what a practitioner is thinking when they are … [Read more...]
Personally, I don't like the terms alternative medicine or complementary care. The things we do either are working toward helping us to maintain and improve our health or they are not. Elham Kashefi recently watched her dear friend Tara succumb … [Read more...]
If you have been reading my website or newsletter for any length of time then I am sure you have read something where I was bragging about my editor. The reason I brag about her is because she is the best! (And more importantly she has become … [Read more...]
According to Wikipedia the shadow is: In Jungian psychology, the shadow or "shadow aspect" may refer to (1) an unconscious aspect of the personality which the conscious ego does not identify in itself. Because one tends to reject or remain … [Read more...]
Back in April Seth Godin wrote on his blog: You will never, ever run out of strangers. And so, the goal of perfectly pleasing an infinite number of passersby is a fool's errand. They come with their own world view, their own issues, their … [Read more...]