Monday, November 16, 2009

Negative or Honest?

Many people ask the question “Why do we affirm the negative in EFT?” Affirming our truth and being emotionally true to how we really feel is a statement of honesty not a statement of negativity. Every part of us knows we feel this way so pretending otherwise is entirely futile and does us no favours whatsoever. This is resistance in action. Saying no to how we feel creates resistance. Saying yes to how we feel creates flow.

There is enormous power in stating the truth of how we feel and what we believe to be true. The important point to emphasise here is that it is emotionally true for us. It may not appear logical or rational but that is beside the point. Stating a truth or truths we do not like has the exact effect on our energy systems that we are looking to correct with EFT. The emotional truth that we don't like, are terrified of or just don't want to acknowledge or admit, disrupts our energy system in such a way that it creates a short circuit in the flow of our energy. The natural flow of our energy is diverted or becomes blocked and starts to stagnate. It has no means to exit in the natural way. Tuning in to how we honestly feel is so important and makes EFT extremely effective. EFT is designed to correct and dissolve these short circuits in our energy or electrical system.

This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.
~ William Shakespeare

2 comments:

Tamasin said...

thank you Noreen for this beautiful reminder. This is a fascinating subject. I have a friend who is permanently 'negative' to all intents and purposes and yet I realise that she is simply being honest about her emotional state. I have also discovered it doesn't help to accuse her of negativity (as her partner does) as if this is a simple choice between positive and negative. Emotional states are created from within and can only be altered from the same perspective. :)

Noreen said...

Thanks Tamasin, that is a great point and so true "Emotional states are created from within and can only be altered from the same perspective".