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Month: April 2016

FasterEFT Shows You How To Free Yourself From Your Pet Peeves

We all have them. Little things that bug us. They’re usually things that don’t bother most of those around us; but they can drive us crazy. For some it’s language: mispronunciations; words used incorrectly; slang; or just specific words we have an aversion to, like “belly” or “moist”. For others, it’s punctuation, grammar and spelling....

Faster EFT Shows You How to Stop Being Judgmental

Do you find yourself being judgmental and critical – of yourself and/or others? Being judgmental and critical is more than just about reducing your enjoyment of life in general; critical and judgmental thoughts trigger the body to produce chemicals that create the feelings of being judgmental and critical. And those chemicals have an impact on the...

Faster EFT Will Help Releasing Yourself from the Fear of Moving Forward

Fear can feel like an outside force that prevents us from achieving our potential in life. However, it is purely a physiological state – and one that can be quite quickly and easily transformed. Whatever your conscious mind may be using to justify the fear that is holding you back, the true cause is deep...

Faster EFT Helps in Getting Over Social Media Addiction

Social media is a wonderful way to keep in contact with friends and family; but it can also be detrimental to those who simply can’t pull themselves away from it. Scientific research into social media addiction has shown that Facebook is the most addictive. There are several reasons for this, including the fact that it...

FasterEFT Discusses The Problem with Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the awareness of the present moment – it is the practice of paying attention to the details of the moment. We all naturally and automatically spend most of our time, mentally and emotionally, in either the past or the future. If you start to become aware of what you’re thinking in any specific...

Faster EFT Explains What is an Avoidaholic

We’re all avoidaholics to some degree. It’s human nature to avoid pain, and we do it instinctively. While avoiding pain is a useful impulse when it comes to real danger; it can be highly detrimental when used to avoid the pain inside ourselves. Most of us have memories and thoughts that cause us to feel...

How Good Are You at Feeling Bad? See How Faster EFT Can Change That

How often do you feel bad? Are you able to feel bad in a good situation? For example – using “Yeah, but” or “What if?” Feeling bad takes skill – and we develop the ability to feel bad in order to fit in with our environment, as a survival mechanism. Fortunately, this skill can be...

When is a Disorder not a Disorder? Allow Faster EFT to Explain and Help

The word “disorder” implies there is something wrong – something is out of order; something is not working as it’s supposed to work. The truth is, each person is working perfectly according to the programming they carry in their subconscious. While we have an idea of what “normal” is, based on what we have been...

FasterEFT Explains What’s Wrong with the Placebo Effect?

“Ah, it’s just placebo!” This statement is usually offered with the intention to disregard or belittle a treatment or healing modality. So, what’s wrong with placebo? If you achieve the results you want, surely it doesn’t matter that it was placebo? In fact, all the more impressive! Placebo is the power of the mind to...

The Truth About Toxic People and How to Handle Them Using Faster EFT

You may have been warned in the past about “toxic” people. In fact, there are social media memes that give you the “warning signs” of such people – what to look out for, and how to avoid them. The truth is, as real as the effects of “toxic people” feel to those they affect, they...

Do Our Emotions Really Affect Our Visual Perception?

We know that the way we feel affects the way we behave, the decisions and choices we make, and the way we communicate; but science has discovered that our emotional state also affects what we actually see. It affects our visual perception – controlling the activity of the visual cortex. For example: the steepness of a...