As humans, one of our natural dispositions is to create stories about why the world functions the way it does. This is a primitive skill that kept our ancestors safe.
For example, when we see tracks in the mud we write the story “These tracks were created by a large animal that will mistake me for dinner. I had better walk in the other direction.”
Because the function of these stories is to keep us safe, our subconscious mind is not satisfied if we don’t have a story and will create one in its absence. That’s why our actions can be influenced and guided by stories that are not true.
This can happen with the stories we tell about ourselves about why we are the way we are and who we can be.
In this conversation, Jacqui Crooks and I discuss these stories we have about ourselves that are no longer true and useful. She also shares how we can transform these stories.
Guest: Jacqui Crooks
Contact Jacqui: web @ JacquiCrooks.com
About Jacqui: Jacqui is one of the pioneers in using Energy Psychology, finding EFT IN 1999. Her life’s not been the same since! She is an international speaker and trainer and an EFT Founding Master. She specializes in helping people to change limiting beliefs and old family and ancestral patterns that create self-sabotage and keep people stuck. Her background is in Ericksonian hypnotherapy and NLP, and through the development of unique ways of combining EFT with hypnotic language and NLP Jacqui is able to help effect deep level changes quickly and easily without trauma. She runs retreats in interesting places and trains EFT, worldwide. She presents at conferences and is one of the authors of EFT and Beyond.