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EFT for Yoga Students, Practitioners and Teachers: Clearing Doubt and Psychological Clutter to Take Our Yoga to the Next Level

EFT for Yoga Students, Practitioners and Teachers: Clearing Doubt and Psychological Clutter to Take Our Yoga to the Next Level

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EFT for Yoga Students, Practitioners and Teachers: Clearing Doubt and Psychological Clutter to Take Our Yoga to the Next Level

107 pagine
56 minuti
Feb 23, 2015


The purpose of this book is to clearly explain what EFT is and how to use it, particularly in the context of yoga-related stress. Once we can effectively address and clear the blocks that hinder our yoga practice, we will naturally be supported with a greater source of balanced energy, increased clarity, inner confidence and power.

This book is designed to be more of a workbook than a book of words and concepts. The goal here is to get you to start working with EFT as soon as possible with a clear understanding and to provide you with the tools so you can apply it right away to enhance your yoga practice.

This book will help to clear many of the common blocks and limitations experienced by yoga practitioners at all levels.

This book will show you how to dissolve stress and anxiety related to:
- Lacking motivation and commitment to yoga
- Being easily distracted in class
- Public speaking (teaching yoga)
- Having poor self body image
- Fears related to injuries
and much more...

Feb 23, 2015

Informazioni sull'autore

Michael Hetherington L.Ac, BHlthSci, is a qualified acupuncturist, Oriental medicine teacher, and yoga teacher based in Brisbane, Australia. He has been practicing yoga since 2000 and working with Chinese medicine since 2004. He has a keen interest in mind-body medicine, energetic anatomy, nutrition and herbs, yoga nidra and Buddhist style meditation.Michael was always attracted to eastern philosophy and it was this interest that drew him to the teachings and practices of yoga and Oriental medicine at a young age. After traveling to China to teach English for a year, he returned to Australia in 2004 to begin studying Chinese medicine, remedial massage and practicing oki-do (Japanese yoga) and hatha yoga more seriously.He regularly hosts workshops and develops short courses on topics related to self health care, yoga and

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About the Author

Michael Hetherington is a yoga teacher, a lecturer in Oriental medicine and a writer based in Brisbane, Australia. He has a keen interest in mind-body medicine, energetic anatomy, yoga nidra and Buddhist style meditation. Inspired by the teachings of many, he has learnt that a light-hearted, joyful approach to life serves best.

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Table of Contents

About the Author


How I came across Energy Psychology, or How it Came across Me

The 3 Stages of Healing

What is EFT, and How Does it Work?

The Basic EFT Method Explained


The Fundamentals and Practice of EFT for Yoga

How to Use the WORKSHEETS

EFT for New Yoga Students

EFT for Yoga Students with at Least 6 Months of Practice and Training

EFT for New Yoga Teachers

EFT for Experienced Yoga Teachers

Other Ways to Practice EFT

Getting the Best Results

Themed Yoga Classes

Potential Limitations of EFT


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At various stages of our lives, we are all faced with obstacles in one form or another. Most, if not all, of these obstacles are, whether consciously or subconsciously, self-imposed and were implanted into our system from a very early age, due to our innate, innocent nature. Most of these afflictions are established during first 7 years of childhood, while others can be established later through some kind of emotionally traumatic experience occuring at any age.

As humans we tend to carry with us many of these unresolved afflictions and fears that we learn to live with as best as we can. In the language of yoga and Buddhism, they are called sankaras. Sankaras are translated as a type of psychological (and energetic) conditioning that we carry around with us. These sankaras are triggered into action and play out in our behaviors whenever they are triggered by certain circumstances or surges of inner emotional energy in our bodies. The Buddha described them as a type of curtain that covers one’s vision, therefore making it difficult to see clearly. The more sankaras we have, the more our behavior is influenced by them and the harder it is to see clearly the truth of what really is.

Unfortunately, we are not very well-informed of effective ways in working with and dealing with these afflictions. What commercial-driven societies, and our conditioning from early childhood, mostly teaches is that whenever uncomfortable and uneasy feelings and sensations start to come to the surface of our awareness, the method of dealing with them is to, one, get away from them as soon as possible by drowning them out with some form of pleasure (sex, shopping, food, cars, music, drugs, playing computer games), or, two, by numbing it out (alcohol, drugs, distraction) of our awareness. The general goal is that if you continue to bombard yourself with pleasure after pleasure or with distraction after distraction, you can continue to avoid these deeper afflictions that we have buried within our psyche. This approach, while somewhat relieving for a short time, is unsustainable and doesn’t allow the human to mature, thrive or evolve.

We need not swim and linger in the darkness of our own psyches to grow and evolve; we only need to acknowledge and allow these deeper aspects of our psyches the space and time long enough for them to be processed and cleared from our system.

In the world of meditation and yoga, and the practices primarily from the East, when we approach them with such understanding, it is one of the most effective methods in processing sankaras. This is clear and why many of the saints and sages described or practiced some kind of yoga or meditation as a beneficial and necessary practice.

Incredibly, out of these Eastern practices, we have stumbled upon a relatively new understanding and approach that is bringing the best of western psychology and neuropsychology together with the energetic focused practices from the East. This combination of this new form of energy-based psychology is bringing about rapid shifts in psychological patterning, clearing energetic blocks in the body, as well as the mind, and is promoting and enhancing the spiritual maturation of the human being. Another major advantage of the application of this form of energetic psychology is that it can be practiced and utilized by anyone with an understanding of the basic approach and principles of the technique, which can be learned in a few hours. The primary practice and technique that has come out of

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