Jumping In With Both Feet

Having been a big believer in EFT for a long time, I have decided to step out of my well trodden rut and do something that will help me and others.

I have decided to become a certified practitioner of FasterEFT. I am doing the extensive home certification course and learning quite a bit. He offers two tracks. One where you go to his live workshops and get certified from that or you can get all his DVD’s and learn from that. While live workshops are appealing to me on so many levels, I love the fact that I can rewind and *really* get what he is talking about.

I am currently watching (and taking notes) on the Mind of a Healer DVDs. 🙂 There is one gentleman in there who just rubs me all the wrong way *tap* *tap* *tap* Release and Let It Go. 😀 I am certain I will have to deal with whatever the core issue of that one is in time.

20 years of Incurable Back Pain Gone – Faster EFT

I know, for those who are new to energy work, these type of astounding transformation seem like a bunch of hooey, but they are real. I have experienced my own transformation, but not as dramatic as this woman’s. I have heard stories, from many different sources, about how tapping / eft has changed lives for the better. If you have never tried it, I would suggest that you visit youtube and search on eft or tapping. Personally, I really love the stuff from Robert Smith (Faster EFT) and Brad Yates. There are many people out there sharing their skills. Tap along, even if you think your issues are different. That is how I discovered that eft worked. I tapped along with Gary Craig‘s Borrowing Benefits videos and my life has been changed forever 🙂

Appreciation Quote – Abraham-Hicks

Appreciation and self-love are the most important tools that you could ever nurture. Appreciation of others, and the appreciation of yourself is the closest vibrational match to your Source Energy of anything that we’ve ever witnessed anywhere in the Universe.

— Abraham

Excerpted from the workshop in Spokane, WA on Tuesday, May 30th, 2000 # 692

What Would You Tell Your 20 Year Old Self?

 

I recently read a post, “What Would You Say To Your 20-Year-Old Self?“, that really struck a chord with me.

I thought about where I was in my life, at that time, and my heart literally ached for that young adult version of myself. I lived through some pretty bleak times from when I was 20 to about 28 years old. My dad died and my marriage died. While it felt like the end of the world, I did survive. I did more than survive, with time, I thrived.

So what would I say to my 20 year old self?

1) No matter how hard it feels or bad it looks, it WILL get better. It ALWAYS gets better with time.

2) You WILL be happy. Look for things to be happy about. Focus on what you want instead of all the things you don’t. That will make you feel SO much better.

3) You will come out of it all so much stronger and wiser than you ever thought possible.

4) You are unconditionally loved.

5) Expect miracles and you will get them.

6) Spend as much time as you can outside in nature. You will find a peace that you desperately want there. Listen to the wind, bask in the sunshine, and feel the power of nature all around you.

Believe me, you will make it through. Life is a huge journey, and in the end, it will be all worth it. Without all that you have lived, you wouldn’t be who you turn out to be. And, if I do say so myself, you are pretty darned amazing 🙂

With all the hindsight you have gained through the years, what would YOU tell your 20 y/0 self?