Uncertainty caused by economic conditions, political conflicts, and extreme weather events is making lots of people nervous and stimulating feelings of vulnerability. The erratic up-and-down movement of the United States stock market is a perfect mirror of this uncertainty.
Because of everything that’s going on in the world, it’s important that you use all available tools to help you deal emotionally with current events, and one of the most effective is the energy psychology technique Be Set Free Fast (BSFF). This simple technique allows you to quickly shift your emotions from fear and anxiety to a more peaceful state.
I first started using BSFF in 2002. I had been using EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) with my clients and for myself, then decided to have a few sessions with Larry Nims, the creator of BSFF, to see what it was like. I immediately found it to be effective and liked it better than EFT because I could treat so many more issues and subtleties of issues in rapid succession. I still like it better because no tapping is involved, which makes it easier to use in a meditative state, which I prefer. Continue reading
Financial blocks are caused by old emotions and limiting beliefs. My goal has been to find techniques that allow for the rapid elimination of these blocks so that you can create a comfortable, prosperous life for yourself.
I have been using two techniques in the emerging field of Energy Psychology that can help you quickly and easily overcome your financial blocks. They are Be Set Free Fast (BSFF), developed by Larry Nims, Ph.D. and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), developed by Gary Craig.
Be Set Free Fast (BSFF)
BSFF is a highly focused method for treating virtually any kind of discomfort. This is done by eliminating from your subconscious both self-limiting beliefs and the emotional roots of the discomforts. Continue reading
Excerpted from Build Your Money Muscles
The subconscious mind accepts what it is told and uses these beliefs to bring forth outcomes. If you tell your subconscious mind that life provides opportunities, you will have opportunities; tell it that you never get what you want and disappointment will prevail. Contradictory beliefs, however, can cause interference, as can resistance to change.
For example, if I tell my subconscious mind that I am experiencing an easy cash flow yet I harbor the conflicting belief that it is difficult for me to make money, no matter how often I reinforce my perception of an easy cash flow, it will be obstructed. Likewise, fear or any other uncomfortable emotion I might have about the effects of an easy cash flow could also hinder a positive outcome.
Fortunately, because the subconscious mind believes and acts on what it is told, it can also be taught to release old beliefs and unhealthy emotions and move through resistance. Continue reading