All Blog Posts Tagged 'Emotional' (2)

Jealously Yours

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This social epidemic rampant in almost all close relationships is palpable, yet not accepted. We get our daily dose of the J word. It attracts us like the forbidden fruit. The closer we are, deeper are the seeds of jealousy. When we all fail, we feel sad, but when our best friend comes first, we feel worse.

A workshop participant of mine had appeared for her Pre-PG Exam after finishing her MBBS. Her husband also appeared for the same exam. When the…

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Added by Dr. Swati Lodha on April 25, 2016 at 1:19am — No Comments

(EFT) Emotional Freedom Techniques

EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUE (EFT)







My first experience of EFT was with a practitioner and I was very sceptical. It was only six months into my illness and although sceptical I was open to anything. I was convinced straight away that this was going to be a helpful tool to guide me through this illness. Firstly I followed what was asked of me, tapping on the points I was supposed to whilst focussing on a physical symptom (headache). I had to grade the headache from 0 to 10 at… Continue

Added by julie marinkovic on July 19, 2010 at 9:56am — No Comments

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