Spirit in Motion Expo, April 29th in Prescott

At La Quinta Inn on Route 69, from 10 am to 5 pm.

I will be  doing EFT/Tapping demonstrations, short sessions and answering your questions about EFT.

Hoping to see you there!



Kit Kat cravings disappear

In a recent group session of EFT with Nadia Clark, we spoke of cravings.  Nadia had me bring out chocolate…a Kit Kat bar to be exact…as we all said the temptation was very high for chocolate.  When first set out on the plate, we were all quite overwhelmed by our desire to eat this bar, the smell was over powering, and since we are all trying to fight sugar urges, this seemed like an insurmountable task.
During the first round of tapping, all of our desires dropped quite a bit. I started at 10 and went to a 6. This was amazing as I am a complete sugar/chocolate addict. After the second session, my desire was at a very controllable 1-2.  And since the session,

 I have passed up Kit Kats and other candy at the store check out counters, and had only 1 piece of chocolate in the past week.
I am often very surprised at the effectiveness of tapping, and of Nadia’s kind but persevering instruction. She is a master of kindness, consideration, and guidance.
Jane C., Prescott AZ

The Tapping Tree

For people who like visuals, this Tapping Tree is a great tool. It was designed by Lindsay Kenny and shared by Nick Ortner in his Tapping Solution book.

You decide on an issue you want to work on. You draw a tree, with trunk, roots, branches and leaves. In the trunk you write the events that contributed to this issue, in the branches you write the emotions those events bring up, in the leaves you write the symptoms like  your current behaviors and blocks, and in the roots the limiting beliefs you adopted because of those events.

Then you give a name to that tree and a number in intensity of stress.

The next thing is to tap on everything you wrote in no particular order.

You’ll see. Things shift, the stress goes down. Notice how the beliefs are a strong part of that tree.

Let me know if you tried that technique and if it helped you.

Class on Tapping and block to learning a foreign language

Learn to relieve stress and anxiety with the gentle technique of Tapping, or EFT:Emotional Freedom Technique. This simple method- gently tapping on a number of acupuncture points while tuning in your issues- is effective for a number of issues.
In this workshop we shall explore how to deal with emotional blocks in learning and speaking a foreign language.

Date: Thursday April 7th, 2016 from 6 to 8:30 PM
Yavapai College, Building 2, Room 208
Fee: $50
Call (928) 717-7755 to register.

You will learn:
How to bring down your anxiety learning a foreign language
How to deal with your fear of making mistakes
How to be less overwhelmed when natives speak (so fast!)
How to eliminate your negative self-talk
How to feel confident and at ease when you speak to a native (no more freezing!)