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Pain: Emotional Connections, Pain Tapping Summit
October 02, 2011
** Reflexology: Book Review
** What Does Therapeutic Grade Mean When It Comes to Essential Oils?
** Emotional Connection for all kinds of pain
** EFT/Tapping: Pain Relief Summit
** Emotion Code: Upcoming Seminars
** The Emotion Code and Pain
Reflexology Book Review
A wonderful reflexology book is the book Complete Reflexology for Life by Barbara & Kevin Kunz. It is chock full of fabulous illustrations demonstrating where and how to work the reflex points. The book teaches principles of reflexology, reflexology techniques, reflexology for different stages and ages of life, and reflexology for the different body systems along with some of the more common illnesses associated which each body system. You will love this book! It has become a big favorite of mine.
What Does Therapeutic Grade Mean When It Comes to Essential Oils?
Due to the large amount of essential oil companies that have joined the market, there can be a lot of confusion about what oils are therapeutic grade and what that means. To help you understand the difference I have reprinted an article by David Stewart (Founder of The Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education). Go here: What Therapeutic Grade Means
And for more information: Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils
Physical/Emotional Connection for Pain
See if anything in the following possibilities rings true if you are dealing with any kind of pain.
Pain: God trying to get your attention, Repressed anger, resentment & frustration along with a fear of expressing or acting on it, In a relationship that hurts, Feelings of guilt seeking punishment, Indication that something is imbalanced, Refusal to learn, A belief in bondage and victimization
Aching Pain: Deprivation or a desire for something that is not being fulfilled.
Burning Pain: Sitting on a great deal of resentment
Dull Pain: Resigned to the "fact" things are never going to get better.
Intermittent Pain: The feeling that things are more or less out of control.
Sharp Pain: Prone to ignore important emotional processes and issues in life.
Stabbing Pain: Have the experience that they are frequently "broadsided" in their life.
Stinging Pain: Intensely aware that something is very wrong with their situation.
Throbbing Pain: A propensity to rehearse and rehash past hurts, and to nurse old wounds.
Note: Summarized from the four books mentioned on this page - Emotional Healing Leads to Physical Healing
EFT/Tapping Pain Relief Summit
If you have pain of any kind and love tapping then you won't want to miss this Pain Relief Summit. The best tappers in the world will be leading these sessions and they are free to listen to during this summit.
You might want to take a look at the video first to see what physical pain is really caused by and how you can release it in minutes:
The event starts on Monday, October 3rd so don't delay in getting access as this is a one time only event.
Just to give you an idea of what will be covered, here are some of the topics in this event…
- Relieving Back, Neck and Shoulder Pain
- Releasing Pain Caused by an Accident
- Eliminating Joint Paint and Stiffness
- Tapping to Address Pain Associated with Cancer and its Treatments
- Using EFT Tapping for Fibromyalgia
- Addressing the emotional components to physical pain
- Using Tapping Before and After Surgeries to Quicken the Healing Process
- Eliminating headaches and debilitating migraines
-And Much More…
Emotion Code: Seminars
Upcoming seminars are Saturday, Oct 8th and Saturday, Oct 15th. Both will be in California. The first one is in San Francisco and the second one is in Annaheim.
Find out more here: Emotion Code Seminars
Dr. Nelson now has an online certification program for The Emotion Code. The video training is awesome! I am currently working towards certification. I have worked with The Emotion Code for several years, but never became certified so it is about time! Click the link below and you will see the certification link to click on if you would like to check it out.
The Emotion Code and Pain
The Emotion Code is fabulous for working with pain. If you are new to TEC (The Emotion Code) you may not know how to word the question. Use the following, "Do I/you have a trapped emotion in my/your body causing this pain that I/you can release now?" You can also use the question, "Do I/you have a trapped emotion in my/your body "contributing to" this pain that I/you can release now?
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