IN THIS ISSUE - For Everyone:(1) Today's Quote, (2) The Unseen Therapist At Work: (a) Getting Beyond Family Beliefs, (b) Bulimia Recovery, (3) Articles/Videos To Review, (4) NEED MORE HELP?
For OEFT Course Members - ADVANCED:(1) Our Next Webinar, (2) Last Webinar's Recording Available, (3) Announcing Sheri Baker's OEFT Boot Camp, (4) Thoughts On Our SHIFT Method, (5) Andre's Extraordinary Results, (6) Practice Group Reminder
Today's Quote:"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."Thomas Edison, 1903
THE UNSEEN THERAPIST AT WORK - A SERIES
(Several Examples Below)
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.
Getting Beyond Family Beliefs
"In the end, we initiate a session with The Unseen Therapist and experience Her innovation and creativity as She opens freedom's big doors."
Many viewers will find useful gems within this session. It applies to almost everyone.
As children, we are influenced by our families and the beliefs they give us. These beliefs become our "truths" and reflect our cultures, religions and many other inputs. Often, however, these beliefs become limits as we grow and choose to blossom beyond them.
Moving beyond them can be particularly difficult when they are FIRMLY held by one's family. Such is the case with Stan as he is in conflict between where he wants to go and the ballast of family beliefs that appear to hold him back.
Note two things:
(1) In this "good start" session, we explore the above conflict and reframe many aspects of it. Very helpful. In the end, we initiate a session with The Unseen Therapist and experience Her innovation and creativity as She opens freedom's big doors.
(2) Sometimes Stan's audio isn't clear. In most cases, I repeat what he says to bring clarity.
Bulimia: First Class Recovery Via The Unseen Therapist
"...our process gets to the ultimate CAUSE of this serious ailment."
Conventional methods do not have many answers for Bulimia. In fact, WebMD.com, one of the largest medically oriented websites, says...
"We don't know the exact cause of bulimia."
However, Sonia Novinsky has dealt with Bulimia successfully on multiple occasions for her clients while using nothing but EFT or OEFT. That's because our process gets to the ultimate CAUSE of this serious ailment.
Watch this video where Sonia and I discuss the complete cessation of Bulimia for Sonia's client, Isadora. Note how Sonia resolved some emotional issues, including childhood abuse, that allowed Isadora go from someone who ate and purged (vomited) around 5 times per day to someone who is completely free of the issue. She doesn't even think about it any more.
Our next Webinar: It will be on Sunday, January 30, at 10am Pacific time.
This time we will continue with our efforts at raising our "belief ceilings." This series, featuring Anne C as our inspirational volunteer, has been enthusiastically received and I hold great future hopes for it.
Be sure to join us for the whole series. Many benefits possible for all.
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>#127 - Raising Our Belief Ceilings - Anne
Here are the Topics of interest:
0:00:00 Gary opens Webinar. Sheri provides an orientation.
0:06:42 Marion gives her thoughts on Shared Grace as it manifested in the Practice Groups she is assisting. Gary comments.
0:11:10 Gary lays a foundation for the exploration of beliefs that will be the centerpiece of our next several Webinars.
0:39:34 Gives a summary of Anne's background and circumstances.
0:41:20 Anne and Gary enter into an in-depth, but intro, session on her beliefs.
1:39:00 Sheri makes an announcement about her upcoming OEFT Boot Camp. Gary closes the Webinar
Announcing Sheri Baker’s Next OEFT Boot Camp
Attention prospective OEFT Boot Campers! The next Boot Camp for Communicating With The Unseen Therapist is set to kick off on Saturday, 2/12, from 10:00 a.m. to noon (Eastern time), and will continue for the next five weeks: 2/19, 2/26, 3/5, 3/12, and 3/19.
This six-week workshop is designed for advanced students of OEFT. The goal is to deepen our understanding of the foundational principles of Optimal EFT, elevate our communication skills with The Unseen Therapist, learn how to distinguish the difference between the voices of The Unseen Therapist and ego, improve our ability to offer reframes to help achieve those much sought after cognitive shifts, and much more.
Offered only to the OEFT Course membership, this is the foundational training that is a prerequisite for taking the Boot Camp for Chronic Physical Issues taught by Gabriëlle Rutten, Director of The Gary Craig Official EFT Training Center (Dutch language).
The cost of the six-week Boot Camp is $500. If at some point you decide to pursue the one-year training to achieve certification in Complete EFT, the fee will be credited to your tuition. Past graduates and current participants in the Complete EFT Certification training program may attend the Boot Camp free of charge. Cost includes the OEFT Guidebook which highlights key information presented.
If you have not already done so, please send an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your interest in the next Boot Camp and I will send an information overview to you and answer any questions you may have.
A sample of past participant comments:
“I was awed at how you shared with us your precious experience and wisdom which seemed to flow from a boundless source made available to us through your loving generosity.”
“The information and techniques you presented are priceless, and though the subject is intense, you also made it fun. That is what good teachers do.”
“I thought I had a good understanding of OEFT, but you shine a light right into the corners where I had pushed the uncertain pieces. Thank you so much for this."
For additional participant comments, please visit OEFT Boot Camp listed under Support in the Member Content section on www.emofree.com.
Sheri Baker, Director of The Gary Craig Official EFT Training Center (English language) and OEFT Boot Camp Instructor
Thoughts On Our SHIFT Method
"...an effective shortcut method"
Our SHIFT method is an effective shortcut method for our OEFT Course Members who do not currently have the time to dig in to our FULL process. Marni Morris gives her thoughts on it below.
Hi Gary - Just working through the Shift method and wanted to let you know I'm finding it often seems to result in a revision of the original feelings - for example, where I was originally anxious and almost dreading performing at a piano recital, by the end of the SHIFT method, little Marni felt more of a nervous excitement and played more confidently. Similar things happened with other memories - and it's not that I don't remember how the event was at the time, but that they feel much better and my emotions don't just lessen in intensity, but actually shift to a better feeling emotion - e.g., feeling less anxious or self-conscious, and more confident and happier, etc. Often the message from The Unseen Therapist is similar i.e., to remember Her Love and that She's always there loving you just as you are, and to embrace the moment, trust and not worry, and that I am safe, etc.
Another Letter From Andre On His
Extraordinary Unseen Therapist Results
"Knee and back pain:I don't have them anymore"
Intro from Gary: As you may recall, Andre has developed a very long list of impressive healings from the Unseen Therapist. These include: Anxiety, Agoraphobia and Panic Attacks (still some remnants to do on the foregoing, but largely gone) as well as OCD, Heat Urticaria and a Rotator Cuff injury. Below is his latest list...
There continue to be issues that I "forget to remember" and new ones that I have to report:
Knee and back pain: I don’t have them anymore. I just thought it was all related to age and weight and like everyone else in their fifties, things start to deteriorate and slow down. I was going up the stairs yesterday and got a little reminder when I made a misstep and felt a minor twist in my knee. That’s when I realized that I can’t remember when my knees bothered me at all. Maybe four of five months ago when it was pretty much daily.
The back pain (or sometimes just discomfort) is just something that I’ve always had. I’ve had a chiropractor since I was twenty, sometimes once a week, sometimes three or four times a year depending on necessity. I think my last adjustment was 5 months ago and I don’t anticipate having to go back because any pain or even just the chronic dull ache is just not there anymore. These are issues we’ve never addressed and now we don’t need to because they’re gone.
Sleep: I was looking for something in my bedside table last week and noticed my bottle of melatonin. I don’t remember when I started taking it every night, but I forgot about it shortly after we started working together. Now, I get into bed and within five minutes I’m asleep and it’s solid sound sleep from 12.45am to 7.00am every day. AND I have always been a restless sleeper. Now when I wake up I’m in the same position that I was when I went to sleep and my duvet is completely intact . . . and not on the floor at the end of the bed and it has been for most of my life, just from tossing and turning and kicking it off through the night. Another issue we’ve never addressed and it’s gone.
Weight: I have never lacked initiative. I have always been a great starter, but never a great finisher (there’s a long story about how I left high school after 11th grade because I was impatient and talked my way into university at age 17 and didn’t finish that for another ten years because I got distracted by a consulting firm that hired me after university third year). But I digress, I have fought weight pretty much my entire adult life. I was always slim until my twenties and, of course, my mother’s perfectly pressed and starched children who weren’t allowed to cry were also forbidden to be fat.
When she passed away almost twenty years ago, my sister and I hit the fridge and didn’t look back. Finally we could eat and there would be no repercussions.
After my liver transplant last year, I left the hospital at 185 pounds (about seventy pounds lighter than when I went in) and spent several months recovering and eating, and there were no going out because of pandemic lockdown (and I couldn’t risk infection) so no exercise, and by the time we (you and the Unseen Therapist) started working together in July, I was 211 pounds and feeling awful about my appearance. AND what started my liver problems in the first place was not just bad genes and alcohol, it was fatty liver disease by being so overweight and getting there so quickly. I wasn’t going to lose this replacement, after-market part to weight, so it was critical that it came off.
I had seen a weight loss app advertised several times and was desperate so I tried it starting July 28. Today I jumped on the scale—as I do every morning—and it read one hundred and seventy pounds. Forty-one pounds gone in a little over five months. I have never been so vigilant about a program of any kind in my life—not even education. The motivation was there, but the “sticktoitiveness” never has been. I can only attribute this newfound ability to stay focussed and on track to the Unseen Therapist. There simply isn’t another explanation because I never have been ever in my life—not to this extent or with this much success.
Vertigo: I addressed this in a previous update but it has further improved. My vertigo from postural hypotension was something that had lessened in severity and no longer caused anxiety when I wrote about it last month. Well, now it almost never comes at all. I jumped up too quickly a few weeks ago and it came for maybe three second and vanished. It used to be daily and multiple times. How remarkable is that?
Bruising: For years I just seemed to be someone who bruised easily. I’d just notice a new bruise in the mirror and have no idea where it came from and assumed I just banged myself on something but I don’t remember a time that there wasn’t always at least one somewhere on my body and some were really severe (big and black, blue and purple). It just doesn’t happen anymore. I accidentally banged my hip on the edge of my desk on the weekend. Not a mark. No bruise, not even any redness.
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