For almost 2 years I have fought against saying I am a mentor. I held strongly to saying I am an EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner.
Why? Well I’m not really sure. But over that time I know that I have healing skills, I have counselling skills, I work with the sub-conscious to change mindset and my background is in teaching. I know, understand and accept that in the mainstream psyche, EFT is not recognised as a 1st choice to treat emotional troubles.
EFT practitioners work with people who recognise that a bad feeling, a horrible event, a great fear, is holding them back from being the best they can be. Using EFT based treatment we practitioners help clients regain confidence, clear emotional obstacles and can
- help people find clarity and focus where an emotional fog used to reign
- help people with overwhelm which stops them functioning to the best of their ability
- help people who are highly stressed and anxious with phobia, fear, anger
- help people regain improved physical health once their emotional health has been repaired and strengthened
- help ladies with young children who lack confidence in their ability to get back to work, or feel guilt about working
- help women who know it’s their time once the kids have left home- but good old fear can hold them back from future growth
Many hang-ups are stuck fast in the belief system. Most people happily or grudgingly just get on with it and so eventually stuff sorts itself out With emotional mentoring, this can happen much quicker. Blocks are cleared and Success, Wealth, Happiness and Health come our way I would love any comments on the lines of
1. Are most people afraid to say they’ve had emotional healing?
2. Is it more cool to say you have a mentor rather than say you have used emotional healing or therapy to help you with your successes in life?
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