Jan 8th 2011
The mind can play funny tricks! A couple of days ago, Carolyn Barbour, a facebook and networking friend, mentioned that she unfortunately went to feed a friend’s cat and found that it had died!
I mentioned on her Facebook page that my present neighbour, and good friend, had almost had that experience with Herb’s cat, but then a week or so later, a friend’s cat did actually die when she was caring for it.
Later, I remembered that, a few years ago, one of my dearly loved cats had died when my [old] neighbour was looking after it. I had forgotten. It would still sadden me if I thought about it, but I had forgotten. It is not something that disturbs me, BUT, sometimes people ‘forget’ things that can sub-consciously affect them on a long-term basis; they are unaware that they have ‘forgotten ‘ them. The body and mind may react very negatively as a result of this ‘forgotten’ incident- depression, stress, fears, phobias, anxieties, anger, addiction or allergy.
If someone recognises that they need help to deal with an emotional, negative problem, whether deep rooted or just a source of fairly constant irritation, EFT is a therapy which can speedily and very effectively work on troublesome areas. Once learned, the client may choose to self treat.
I was surprised at my response to the cat incident, and constantly fascinated by all my learning on EFT and Matrix reImprinting.