I started my journey into a Coaching Practitioner in the autumn of 2010. After I was enrolled and full steam ahead into that course that I found out the the divorce rates among students was high! Incredibly high, particularly in the female students.
It seems as we fall into the path or perhaps knowingly choose the path into helping others that we find ourselves working on our own patterns, behaviours, limits so much that the change in ourselves is inevitable. This is a good thing, right?
I had already been divorced once and married again a few years before starting coaching college and I was determined not to be a statistic. Not sure why that was so important but it was. In hindsight...
As an EFT Practitioner the power of group Tapping can never ignored. The Tapping Circle was a weekly class delivered Live online to an audience of more than 80,000 people, worldwide with a different weekly topic. Watch our Live demonstration to help you develop your own group Tapping sessions, whether online or in person. Each week we used EFT Tapping to help people to manage stress and anxiety in their lives, find ways to reduce physical pain and ailments, as well as demonstrating how we use Tapping to uplift and empower. This recording we worked on overcoming anxiety.
Do you shrug or do you discount the compliment altogether?
Someone compliments your dress and you reply with “oh this is old thing, I’ve had it for ages”. They didn’t ask anything about your dress they just said they liked it. Someone comments that you are looking really well or perhaps your skin is lovely and clear and you start to feel uncomfortable, perhaps your face flushes or you find yourself looking away.
What’s so wrong with accepting a compliment these days?
Is our reaction based on who is delivering the compliment?
Is it based on where you are at the time?
Is our response affected by what we’re wearing and how comfortable we are in the outfit?
It surprises me regularly how humankind is still in existence. There are times when I think that males and females are actually different species. We talk different, we behave different. We walk different. We react to problems different. We think different and science has proven that our brains are wired different too. So how have we managed as a species to make relationships and co- habitating work?
I think it’s the polarity that makes relationships work. We know that the balance of masculine and feminine energy within one person is important so it also seems that this balance within a relationship is important. It's seems less important whether the woman is being more feminine or the man is demonstrating masculine. It’s this polarity that makes it...