EFT and Mindfulness Training
Why am I writing this? Well my parents separated when I was 5yrs of age when my father left me and my 2 sisters to live with another woman. My mother forced ‘parental alienation’ onto me so I didn’t see my father again until I was 15yrs by which time I had built up a lot of hatred and loathing towards him and my stepmother. I did come around to my own way of thinking fortunately but I still recall the feelings of guilt; not fitting in; confusion and abandonment. No child should ever have to endure that.
Find out from this article - courtesy of the EFT Register....
I hope you find this article useful if you're looking for another 'tool' for your 'toolbox'. Wish I had the time to add more suggestions on how to integrate both modalities but I’m sure this will give you a head start!
As therapists or mindfulness practitioners, we rely on using our intuition. One of the strongest ways to develop intuition is through mindfulness but what is intuition and what other ways can we develop it?
There is formal meditation/mindfulness practice and there is informal practice. Here are ten examples of informal mindfulness meditation:
Meditation in its many forms has been in existence for thousands of years, mainly in the East. I have over 40 years experience of meditation and have observed and joined Buddhist monks and Masters of Meditation in Vietnam and India. I am a trained hypnotherapist and formal teacher of mindfulness so I hope I can help you understand the differences.
Feelings and thoughts are natural and to be expected. During Mindfulness meditation you begin to spend more time being quiet and have access to that state of peace and tranquility which allows for the cultivation of your natural potential. Accepting these feelings is part of mindfulness and is preferable than trying to fight with them. The four common experiences you may have are: