I am jumping for joy because I will be offering a 1 day training in the Phoenix Effect Process as part of the annual conference sponsored by ACEP, the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology on May 29, 2014 in Phoenix AZ.
I have recently come across 3 articles about scientific studies that now show that mindfulness methods lower blood pressure, improve teachers’ wellbeing and is beneficial for people suffering from COPD.
Stephen MItchell’s brilliant book,The Second Book of the Tao, is the kind of book that I love to open at random in order to find some inspiration.
I have been a licensed hypnotherapist for over 25 years, well before I learned the wonders of energy psychology. For most of my early life I was terrified of being hypnotized and thought it meant being in someone’s power.
I have noticed that many EFT practitioners are offering what I call Tap-alongs in which the teacher or therapist provides common negative beliefs or thoughts that go with the problem at hand.
I have had three new clients in my psychotherapy practice in the last few months who revealed they had been in conventional talk therapy of some kind for 3 to 10 years.
A while ago I accompanied a dear friend to the doctor to lend support while she had an invasive diagnostic procedure.
This morning I had to go to a local medical facility for an ultrasound procedure and left the house early to make sure that I had enough time for checking in.
Muitos de nós está tão acostumado a viver com estresse que a gente nem tem consciencia dele. Aqui está um rápido jeito de erradicar estresse em apenas 2 minutos ou menos.
Muitos de nos fica ansioso diante de situações de exames. Não importa se e um teste de direção, ou um teste para uma licença profissional ou uma prova final na escola.
One of words we sprinkle our communications with that drive me up the wall is “hurt.” “How could you hurt your mother like this?” “I was hurt when she didn’t remember my birthday.” Or “You hurt me!” Most hurt feelings come from our expectations of others, what they should do or not do, say or refrain from saying.
Something’s holding these people back. Bob misses the deadline for handing in his term paper and has to repeat the course the following semester.
Procrastinators are usually hard working, well meaning people who are puzzled that no matter how many resolutions they make and how hard they try, they can’t seem to get the job done… on time.
Are you the kind of person that others call when they need advice? Do you pride yourself on your compassion and smarts when it comes to aiding others but can’t seem to use your loving wisdom when it comes to your problems?
Most of us have heard the old saying, “If life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” This sounds cute, but how many of us really do it?
Last week I accompanied a dear friend to the doctor to lend support while she had an invasive diagnostic procedure. She was very anxious.