IN THIS ISSUE - For Everyone:(1) Today's Quote, (2) The Unseen Therapist At Work: (a) Tinnitus And Kidney Problems, (b) Anxiety Issues, (3) Research Study, (4) Articles/Videos To Review, (4) NEED MORE HELP?
For OEFT Course Members - ADVANCED:(1) Our Next Webinar, (2) Last Webinar Recording Available, (3) Andre's OCD Has Vanished, (4) Practice Group Reminder
Today's Quote:"When I wake up in the morning I make a wish to be useful to others."Dalai Lama
THE UNSEEN THERAPIST AT WORK - A SERIES
NOTE: This series is meant primarily for our OEFT Course Membership and assumes a special, High-End level of understanding. However, as a courtesy, I'm including it here for non-members as well in hopes that we might broaden the benefits for all. It should be well worth everyone's exploration. Enjoy.
Tinnitus and Kidney Problems Have An Emotional Cause
A Full "Good Start" Session
"Note how Jenny and I spend quality time exploring the emotional causes and then jointly bring in The Unseen Therapist for a truly creative session."
Medically speaking, I've never heard Tinnitus and Kidney issues linked together. They seem disconnected and not likely to have the same cause.
Nonetheless, this in-depth session with Jenny displays ample evidence that the same unresolved emotional problem--in this case, "I must be perfect"--can manifest into multiple physical issues. In fact, my experience is that such manifestations are to be expected.
Note how Jenny and I spend quality time exploring the emotional causes and then jointly bring in The Unseen Therapist for a truly creative session.
Anxiety is one our most prevalent ailments and almost all of us must deal with it in one way or another. It takes many forms and often reduces to fear.
Listen in as Gabrielle Rutten, MD and I discuss this wide reaching topic from our new, co-authored book, "Official EFT From A to Z" (available in English in 2022). Here we address the many causes of anxiety as well as some useful solutions.
When bad things happen in childhood, what's the toll on your health?
From the research study:"New research from the University of Auckland shows the lifelong toll that adverse events in childhood can take on your health. Poor mental health is almost three times more prevalent among people in New Zealand who experienced four or more "adverse childhood events" compared with people who experienced none, the research suggests."Submitted by Linda Whyte
Our next Webinar: Due to the holidays, it will be on Sunday, January 2, at 10am Pacific time.
Topics to be announced.
Our last Webinar's recording is now available: To access it, just login to your Optimal EFT Membership Account and, in the left hand menu, click/tap on Recorded Webinars>Webinars 2017 and after>Webinars 106-135>#125 - Communicating With The Unseen Therapist.
Here are the Topics of interest:
0:00:00 Gary opens the Webinar. Sheri provides an orientation.
0:04:54 Gary introduces Gabrielle and our book. She comments on skin melanoma.
0:18:35 Marion updates her well-received work with Practice Groups.
0:26:25 Brad & Pamela ask Marion a question. Marion responds.
0:29:00 Diane expands on her work with students and how she leads them up to getting impressive communication with Unseen Therapist.
1:06:09 Jagjeet comments on the JOY portion of Diane's topic.
1:08:13 Sheri also comments on group work.
1:11:04 Gabrielle comments on not being attached to outcome. Diane comments.
1:14:14 Barbara comments on a positive group experience. Gary comments.
1:17:05 Susanna asks a question of Marion. Marion answers.
1:20:50 Tanzeel asks a question about Surrogate work. Sheri and Gary respond.
1:28:43 Atmur (Toby) reminds Gary that the author of the book regarding the healing power of laughter was Norman Cousins. Gary closes Webinar
Andre's OCD Has Vanished
"This is a clear indicator of OCD now being a thing of the past."
Intro from Gary: As you may recall, Andre, one of our OEFT Course Members, experienced some extraordinary improvements in agoraphobia, anxiety, panic attacks and related issues. To his surprise, his OCD issues also seemed to vanish even though we didn't work on them directly. As further evidence that his OCD issues were gone, he sent me this letter below.
Andre's letter: Hi Gary, I’m laughing a little right now at rereading my message to you from yesterday. There are usage errors and a couple of missed words. This is a clear indicator of OCD now being a thing of the past—there was just way too much humiliation potential from a lack of perfection and I thought that errors meant that I wasn’t good enough and not smart enough . . . and all the accompanying anxiety that came with all that.
I have never allowed myself the luxury of errors in writing, and it just rarely happened because I would edit and reread no less than five or six times—until it was absolutely perfect. It was excruciating. Hey, and guess what? Without having to waste time on details that no one really cares about, I am getting so much more done.
The previous me would have apologized profusely for having wasted your time and insulting you with my lack of care and I would have offered—insisted, really—to edit it to perfection (and of course I will if you’d like, but I won’t insist) and there also might be some value in sharing the fact that it’s no longer a big deal that I made a few mistakes.
Thanks so much Gary,
Practice Group Reminder: Our practice group facility regularly offers new opportunities to improve your skills. Please check it out in the Membership section of our website.
Note: Please consult physicians on all medical issues.