Greetings from Kris at EFT Tapping In Prescott! How are you doing?
Today I would like to write just a little bit about classmates; people we went to school with. I mention this, as I had a mini-reunion this past weekend, our 35th Prescott High School reunion. This was a blast, yet, it brought back a lot of old memories. Memories are interesting, especially in regards to how we associate with them as we get a bit older. This also relates to EFT Tapping in Prescott, but I'll get to that soon enough. Now back to memories. Let me explain...
What occurred in the past may not be 'remembered' as it happened. Many 'things' can affect our memories. One 'thing' may be that we don't want to remember what really happened, yet remember it the way we wanted it to happen. This is mostly for events, but in regards to this post, it's a bit different, as this is relating to people from our past. I'm going to focus on the 'people' aspect for now, then I'll tie it in with EFT Tapping in Prescott.
Let me make this personal, just for me, as an example. As stated above, I attended our 35th high school reunion. Each and every person I 'remembered,' has a history in my memory. (Some people I didn't remember, and that's okay. We're not concerned with them for now.) For the most part, I had good to great memories. But for some, seeing these people again brought about an emotional response from me. Perhaps "Bill" bullied me. Susie turned me down for a date. Etc., etc. All this 'stuff' was swimming around in my head. Thus, it's time for EFT Tapping in Prescott!
If you have been performing EFT Tapping and have 'dug up' all these people from your past, congrats! But, if you have missed a few, here and there, now is the time to clean it all up. Here is how to get started, and the gist of what this post is really all about.
I will have to come back to this as I've had several calls from new clients and need to work with them, first. This post is a HUGE topic and very important. I'll get back to this, soon!
UPDATE 09/24/19 - I'm still trying to get back to this blog post. I'm extremely busy at this time with clients, and they always take priority over (just about) anything else. I haven't forgotten about this blog and writing, and I anticipate that I will have more time to write in the up and coming weeks. Stay tuned for more blog posts!
First, recall the person.
Recall the situation.
Tap through issues.