Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Holiday Stress Relief with EFT!

Holiday stress intensity ranks right up there with asking the boss for a raise! This time which is meant to be filled with togetherness, joy and peace is often filled instead with loneliness, money worries, anxiety and/or exhaustion. See if you recognize any of these issues:
  • Feeling Overwhelmed
  • Tense expectations of jolliness
  • Too many responsibilities
  • Power struggles
  • Unpleasant Memories
  • Unpleasant emotions
  • Unpleasant bodily reactions, (sudden illnesses and ailments).
  • Guilt
  • Hectic schedules
  • Using food, alcohol, or drugs to cope with stress.
  • Expectations on other people’s behavior.
  • Greif
  • Financial worries
  • Depression
  • Winter Blues, aka, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
There’s lots of great strategic advice on the net for things you can do to lower your stress. However, one immediate thing you can do is change your emotional response to these and other seasonal scenarios, people, and things that trigger these reactions.
What!? Change my emotional response? How do I do that?
EFT (aka Emotional Freedom Technique) is a powerful tool for swift and radical emotional tension relief.
EFT is a safe and non-invasive technique that works directly on the energy system to lower emotional intensity, which causes tension, which causes or perpetuates a plethora of issues. Reduce the emotional strain and you reduce the engine behind the issue. Get the emotional intensity down to zero and you might just discover some special healing you weren’t sure was possible.
I’m holding a series of seminars on it this coming week where we will be doing EFT together as a group. You’ll likely get some immediate relief and you’ll also learn to do a simplified version of EFT on your own for self healing and stress relief.
I’m a level two EFT practitioner and life coach. The EFT process is known to positively effect both physical and emotional issues and I’ve used it with people to create instant relief for migraines, cramps, arthritis pain, phobias (including fear of driving, fear of public speaking, and fear of authority figures), anxiety, headaches, stomach aches, nausea.
We’ve had very good success with long term coaching for trauma, anxiety, and building self esteem, confidence, and a sense of purpose. This is an excellent tool for positive life transformation.

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