EFT produces remarkable recoveries.
Intro to Part IV
Achieve the Next 20% of EFT's Benefits
Here's where we get under the hood of those sophisticated emotional issues and get right to the core. We already know that Specific Events are the best target for lasting results with EFT. However, with experience, you have probably seen that there is some benefit to finding the “right” Specific Event, or the one that is contributing the most to the problem. The faster you can get to that one, the faster you can produce results.
Actually, “faster” is a relative term because as the cases get more complex, it is less likely that resolving one Specific Event will be enough. When you start working with things like chronic pain, diagnosed mental illness, or serious diseases, “faster” might mean 10 sessions instead of 40.
The material in this section will teach you my perspective on how emotional issues are formed, and how you can navigate through them to find the best possible Specific Events to address. This is a skill that will make the simple cases even simpler, and the “impossible” cases much less impossible.
Keep in mind that EFT is not intended to replace qualified medical or psychological treatment. Before taking on cases that might require such treatment, please be sure you are doing so with appropriate qualifications or with the advice of a qualified medical or mental health professional.
Here's a summary of what's ahead.
- We start by exploring the "Writing on our Walls" concept and its importance in understanding all emotional issues.
- We then link this idea to our Table Top & Table Legs metaphor to give you a vital structure on how emotional issues operate in the EFT environment. We call this article, "From the Writing on our Walls to Table Tops."
- Then we provide several practical concepts in an article entitled, "The Writing on our Walls in Practice."
- This is all capped off with an article that blends everything together so that you can become a first rate EFT Detective. It's all in, "Detective Work - Getting to Core Issues.
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