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Current EFT Master Practitioner distance learning course student Carole Gordon writes: The client was a woman, aged around forty. She had two young children, a working husband, and she worked part-time herself and was undertaking a training course at a university. Her pain came to light when she kept missing appointments, or mistaking times. One day she explained that she lived constantly with chronic back pain. She had completed the medical investigations some years ago, and tests and scans had failed to positively identify the cause of the pain. She became a constant user of morphine patches, which she expected to be using for the rest of her life. She monitored the level of morphine herself, and at high levels, she was aware that she became a little 'spaced out', and it was at these times that she might become forgetful of other commitments in her life. This distressed her since she regarded herself as a reliable sort of person.
Using EFT with this client was a challenge, since her negative beliefs about anything working were quite strong. On the other hand, she was willing to 'give it a try'.
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 AMT Chair Silvia Hartmann, and TimeLineEFT from AMT 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 AMT 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 for 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!
Lena writes: So I've been having some trouble with luck recently and i'd like to know how to make an object into a luck charm or if its even possible, I would aprieciate it if would tell me how?
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...
Read on for the full case story
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 EmoTrance as a way to help her without ever needing to talk which she agreed would be a good thing...
Read on for the full case story
Self-help pioneer Louise Hay and The Daily Mail’s self-confessed cynic Lorraine Candy should be poles apart when it comes to believing in energy methods like EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques, yet both have now gone on record to say that they are now total tapping converts.
“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, Daily Mail
Ronnie O'Sullivan has successfully defended his Betfair World Snooker Championship crown at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, and he lifts the trophy for the fifth time in his career. He beat Barry Hawkins 18-12 in tonight's final.
Betfair World Snooker Championship holder Ronnie O'Sullivan holds a three frame lead against first time finalist Barry Hawkins 10-7, after the second session at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
World no.14 Barry Hawkins is through to his first Betfair World Snooker Championship final after seeing off Ricky Walden 17-14 in the semi-finals. He now faces defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan in the final who is playing for his fifth world title at the Crucible.
Defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan needs only three more frames to book himself a place in the final of the Betfair World Snooker Championship as he holds a 14-10 lead overnight against Judd Trump. In the other match, Ricky Walden leads Barry Hawkins 9-7.
EmoTrance and EFT Master Practitioner John Blosse from Brighton, UK 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.
Defending Betfair World Snooker Championship champion Ronnie O'Sullivan is through to his 10th Crucible semi-final after romping to a 13-4 victory against Stuart Bingham, however he is once again threatening to retire from professional snooker after the tournament is over.
Judd Trump won the last five frames to come from 8-3 behind to level with 8-8 against Shaun Murphy in their Betfair World Snooker Championship quarter-final, meanwhile Ronnie O'Sullivan dominated in his match against Stuart Bingham, he leads 7-1.
The two main governing bodies of international snooker, the WPBSA & the IBSF, have agreed to further terms on improving the international development of the sport, with the aim to one day get it in to the Olympic Games.
Experienced pros Ricky Walden & Stuart Bingham will be finally making their debut appearances in the quarter-finals of the Betfair World Snooker Championship after Walden saw off Rob Milkins 13-11 & Bingham beat Mark Davis 13-10. Ronnie O'Sullivan also made it through, a 13-8 winner against Ali Carter.
Defending Betfair World Snooker Championship champion Ronnie O'Sullivan is looking the strong favourite to reach the quarter-finals after taking a 9-7 lead over Ali Carter. Ding Junhui is also looking strong to progress, having come from 6-2 down overnight to lead Mark King 9-7.
The amazing results in this year's Betfair World Snooker Championship 2013 continue as Barry Hawkins came from 9-6 down to beat Mark Selby 13-10 to book a maiden quarterfinal appearance at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
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.