Skills That Foster Love With the Help of EFT
By Dawson Church, PhD
Love relationships can be the most satisfying experience in the world, or a living nightmare.
I've been privileged to witness married friends in their 60s who are still madly in love, but they're the exception rather than the rule. Most people in relationships are somewhere on a spectrum between rage and despair.
It doesn't have to be that way! I've been working for the past 5 years, in fits and starts, on a book called Tapping Deep Intimacy.
It's linked to a 12 week online coaching program that uses the best neurological techniques to help you overcome the 12 most common relationship blocks.
The book and coaching program were born out of my passion for seeing people unlock the love and joy that comes from true partnership. And to be perfectly honest, it was born in equal measure out of my frustration watching the relationships of many of my friends hit the rocks. I watched friends get divorced, with all the agony that goes along with it, for want of a few simple skills.
I realized I could do something about this, by packaging these skills into an easily-learned program.
The process of writing the program was interesting. I had to go back and read ideas dating from the 1960s, such as the Attachment Theory of John Bowlby. Now recognized as one of the genius minds of psychology, Bowlby's ideas were ridiculed at the time he proposed them. He speculated that early relationships with our caregivers like mothers and fathers were extremely important, and that they shaped our behavior as adults.
Once accepted, his ideas became one of the bedrocks of modern psychology. It now seems obvious that we imprint patterns of relating into our brains at an early age. We then re-enact those patterns endlessly - until we learn to interrupt them.
Interrupting them is very difficult, because they are engrained at such an early age. So my next challenge in constructing this course was to find the most effective possible methods to disrupt that deeply-engrained childhood pattens.
I've been a personal growth fanatic all my life. I took my first energy medicine healing course at the age of 15, and I've never stopped investigating the potential of various methods in the subsequent 40 years. So I brought all this knowledge to the question, "How can I counter-condition these stubbornly entrenched behavioral patterns?"
The result was the 12 comprehensive lessons that I share in the Tapping Deep Intimacy online course. I'd like to invite you to join me on the journey. During the process, you'll get the information required to change your behavior in a way that supports great relationships. Whether you're in a relationship, or whether you're sharpening your skills before the next relationship, this course will benefit you greatly.
My goal was to see you become a very different person as a result of completing this course. Your skin and bones might look the same, but you'll have made connections in the neural network of your brain that might be quite different from the ones you have now.
You might look the same on the outside, but you'll have changed on the inside.
Your new neural capacity will bias you toward positive relationships. Things that have always bothered you in your relationships won't trigger you any longer, and you'll attract better people and brighter interactions into your life. You will have practiced methods that change the way you see the world, your partner or potential partner, and yourself.
You will have set yourself up for a future that is completely different from the one that would have unfolded with the neural network you have today. In the words of my friend Joe Dispenza, you'll have "broken the habit of being yourself."
You'll still have all the virtues of your old self, but minus the neurological patterns that sabotage your success.
You can find out more on the Tapping Deep Intimacy page. Please join me for this life-changing experience.