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The Energist - May 2013
Welcome to the May 2013 edition of the Energist newsletter!
The AMT is flourishing right now, and we have plenty to tell you about this month. First up is the Mind Body Spirit Festival in London this weekend, where we'll be promoting EFT to over 20,000 visitors, but that's not the only exciting event planned. We're also delighted to announce two brand new trainings, Positive EFT from GoE Chair Silvia Hartmann, and TimeLineEFT from GoE Trainer Peter Delves. Not to mention the fantastic array of articles and case stories sent in by you, our members. Oh, and how could I forget, there's also the news that the Daily Mail has declared its love for EFT! Read on for all of this and more...
- Josh Alliston, Editor
In this issue:
The GoE are delighted to be attending the Mind Body Spirit Festival at Earls Court London this coming weekend, from Friday 24th - Monday 27th May 2013.
We'll be promoting EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques to the 20,000 visitors that will be in attendance over the weekend, with fully qualified GoE Practitioners on hand to offer free demonstrations (if you're a Practitioner and would like to come along, please get in touch asap).
We'll be at E9 - E26, a double-sized stand, so there's plenty of room for Tapping!
Please do come along and say hello.
Silvia Hartmann is renowned for being able to look at things from a different perspective. With EFT, Silvia has come to understand that endlessly digging around in past traumas is not the answer to having a happy life. Instead, we have to look at the positives. What positive energies do you want in you life right now?
By bringing positive energies into your energy body, you can...
Silvia will be presenting this brand-new 1-day training on the 9th June 2013 at the Europa Hotel. Special introduction rates apply, and tickets are on sale now.
The GoE has been promoting EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques since 1998, and in that time we've seen hundreds of thousands of people across the world improve their lives dramatically thanks to the simple technique.
In 2013, popularity of this gentle and effective healing modality seems to be rising to previously unprecedented levels, first with self-help guru Louise Hay declaring her love for the technique, and now even the Daily Mail in the UK have expressed amazement at how well it works!
“Tapping seems to flick a mental switch, asking your subconscious to solve your problems for you. And after all that is when self-help works best, when it's delegated.” - Lorraine Candy, the Daily Mail
Here he explains how and why he developed this EFT training course...
Peter Delves writes: I’m sure you know that EFT is tremendously effective; that is provided everything is set up properly. However getting to that point, before then tapping, requires a lot skill of skill. If someone thinks that they just need to know the tapping points to solve any problem it’s a bit like acquiring a shiny new spanner and believing you can now fix cars. Sure it will help, but you also need to know how the car works.
People are even more complex than machines of course. Also, most of what you are working with is invisible. Therefore having a structure to work with is incredibly helpful. That is why I have always found timelines really beneficial to both me and the client. Patterns are brought to the surface and the means to change them can be elegantly applied.
AMT Trainer Tony Leake from Nottinghamshire, England writes:Heather has previously done a couple of EFT sessions with me. Although she got a lot from them but hasn't been for a while. She described the previous sessions as being very intense and had found that talking about previous aspects had been uncomfortable for her.
I suggested that we try another session with EMO as a way to help her without ever needing to talk which she agreed would be a good thing...
John Blosse has put together an article that every Energist should read. It explains the importance of the therapist putting aside their ego, and understanding that it really is all about the client.
John writes: I'm sometimes asked what I can heal people of, or what my success rate is. My answer to this is 'I don't heal anyone and the success rate is not mine. It doesn't and never will belong to me'. What's more, if someone tells you that they can heal your issue then they are coming from ego and your potential for healing will be limited.
As EFT therapists we don’t heal anyone. We may think we do and go around wearing our high success rate like a badge of honour. If we do this we are missing an opportunity for our own growth as a therapist and more importantly for our clients healing.
EFT Master Practitioner-in-training Carole Gordon writes: I love 'secret therapy'. This case concerned a female client in her mid-fifties, and I knew that the issue involved sexual abuse, but beyond that I had no specific details at all. The client found it difficult to talk about it. As such, it was perfectly suited to secret therapy, ie. energy work in which the therapeutic focus is the energy body, without engaging cognitively in the story. It enables the client to remain the custodian of her secret, without disclosing embarrassing or shameful details to the therapist.
Silvia Hartmann often receive wonderful feedback and reviews for her book Energy EFT, but sometimes one comes along that just needs to be shared...
This is the reason why I am writing as my 8 year old son said the most wonderful thing after a session of tapping on his feelings about having a dad and a step-dad. He said that before the tapping session he felt like a whale whose spout was blocked and now the spout was clear and all the water had spurted out and it made him feel much better. 'Super happy' in his words.
This was only our 2nd tapping session together and he has already shared it was a boy at his school who was feeling sad after being picked on by some older kids. They tapped together until the boy felt better.
Thank you again so much for this wonderful gift. I look forward to the rest of our journey with Energy EFT.
EFT Master Practitioner Suheyla Pinar Alper from Turkey writes:Aylin, is a 17 year-old, bubbly, sensitive teenager, a first-year psychology student at university, whom I met at a friend's engagement party. When she heard I was an Energist, a personal development consultant as well, she caught me at one corner of the room to whisper to me that she would love to come see me for a few sessions.
When we finally met, she told me that she had difficulty dealing with her feelings regarding 8-10 year-old little girls. She resented them, and whenever they came close to anyone she loved, she actually experienced intense hatred...
Thanks to everyone that contributed to this month's newsletter. Please submit your own case stories, articles and news items by sending them in to Josh@TheAMT.com