The human memory is incredibly complex. As our understanding of the workings of the brain grows it is increasingly evident that the human memory can be very unreliable. Even when we have total confidence in a memory we could be mistaken. On some level most people are aware that their memory is fallible. This can […]
Sometimes there is a clear entry point to a problem. There is a past moment we keep reliving where we see exactly what went wrong. Other times there is a clear pattern we are trying to change, like emotional eating, where we can tap on specific actions that are happening regularly.
But this is not always the case. Sometimes there are issues beneath the surface which affect us more generally, such as low self esteem, and it’s difficult to know how to tap for them.
In this interview I talk with Lindsay Kenny about a simple process that we can use for these issues. I would encourage you to have a piece of paper and pencil to hand as you listen.
Here is part of an email I received from a reader last week:
“I had a profound experience with my first EFT session whilst just tapping along and now I’m almost scared to indulge in some more. It’s as if I have large chunks of my memory missing. Am I really erasing my memories?”
This is a great question because it is a common experience. AND if we are worried that tapping will “erase” our memories it makes sense that we wouldn’t want to use it.
Gene host’s a radio program every other Tuesday @ EFT Radio On-line. In the most recent show Gene answered questions from beginners and practitioners alike from all over the world.
It is difficult for us to see the people we love suffer. Often we don’t consider the consequences when we rush in to help. Our need to bring peace and comfort can over riders all other thoughts and consideration. This is not always the healthiest choice for our self in the short and/or long term.
Sometimes when we choose to help we do so by taking on the burden of our loved ones. Many times we can carry these burdens for years. Often we don’t even realize this is case or we have taken on these burdens when we were very very young, having no memory of choose to takes these burdens on.
When the burdens of others have been a part of our lives for so long they feel like they are a part of us and we don’t realize they are something that can be released.