Well here we are another new moon. The clocks have gone forward and, at least for those in the south of England, spring weather has arrived; although we did see some glorious sunshine at the start of the week here in the north east.
So, with spring unfolding, there lots that's new on the horizon. The end of another week brings me to an update of week 3 of my EFT programme. These are just a few of my thoughts.
From a health point of view the beginning of the week was a challenging time and I had a lot of fire fighting to do. However, once again when dealing with specific symptoms, I found greater benefit by working on associated emotions and limiting beliefs.
Tiredness was a particular problem mid-week. However, after a few rounds of tapping, this was successfully shifted; enabling me to enjoy my last night with the opera chorus and our vibrant performance at the Sage. (Photos on my Facebook page for those who are interested - video of evening to follow.)
By the end of the week recurring unanswered questions seemed to hamper my progress. However, these were broken down by tackling some limiting beliefs. I also did some significant work at shifting some really old memories. Such a relief to let go. Enlivened afterwards and mood lifted.
My overall thought for this week is that it pays to be persistent and specific. This is particularly the case when it comes to tackling old memories that still have an emotional charge. I've now discovered for myself the real benefits of digging deep into the past and looking at specific situations in order to gain lasting relief. It's worth saying though that for a lot of significant traumatic childhood and/or other memories assistance from a qualified EFT practitioner may be advisable.
Since starting the programme I have experimented with tapping styles and use of language, which has been interesting and quite liberating. However, at the end of the week, I went back to basics and re-visited the EFT training as taught by Gary Craig (the founder of EFT). As a result a number of things have now clicked into place and I have arrived at a new level of understanding about the nuts and bolts of practise. So, from a professional development perspective it's been an important week.
Overall, the week has ended well and I'm left with a sense of balance and calm. On a final note where ever you are and what ever your weather I hope you have a great new week!