IN THIS ISSUE - For Everyone:(1) Today's Quote, (2) THE UNSEEN THERAPIST AT WORK: Many Ways To Communicate With The Unseen Therapist, Transition From EFT Tapping To Optimal EFT, Realistic Expectations Of The Unseen Therapist, (3) Articles/Videos To Review, (4) NEED MORE HELP?
For OEFT Course Members - ADVANCED:(1) Our Next Webinar, (2) Andre's Many "Extra Benefits," (3) Gems From Our Past Webinars, (4) Practice Group Reminder
Today's Quote:“For those who do not believe, there is no explanation possible; for those who do believe there is no explanation necessary.”Unknown
THE UNSEEN THERAPIST AT WORK - A SERIES
(Several Examples Below)
NOTE: This series is meant primarily for our OEFT Course Membership and assumes a special, High-End level of understanding. However, as a courtesy, I'm including it here for non-members as well in hopes that we might broaden the benefits for all. It should be well worth everyone's exploration. Enjoy.
Many Ways To Communicate With The Unseen Therapist
"Until we LEARN TO LISTEN, Her endless wisdom is being ignored."
Spend time with this one.... a LOT of time.... because this will open the door to an ever-present wisdom that can shift EVERYTHING in your life. The Unseen Therapist is constantly guiding us but, until we LEARN TO LISTEN, Her endless wisdom is being ignored.
Gratitude to our seasoned experts for sharing their stories, how-to's, tips, etc, with us in this video. They are: Nami Osakabe (Canada), Anne Ryan (Ireland), Marion Bilich, PhD (New York) and Mary McGrory (France).
How To Transition From EFT Tapping to OEFT (Unseen Therapist)
"...an in-depth exploration of this topic."
EFT Tapping, when properly done, has been responsible for some extraordinary healing. Thus, transitioning from that to the even higher level of Optimal EFT (Unseen Therapist) is often met with challenges. Join Sheri Baker and me for an in-depth exploration of this topic.
What Are The Realistic Expectations Of The Unseen Therapist?
"...the true EFT has often been lost to those wishing the real thing."
Many people are misled about EFT, OEFT and The Unseen Therapist.
Because there are so many "versions" of EFT portrayed in books and various spin-offs, the true EFT has often been lost to those wishing the real thing. All too frequently, students become enticed by the promise of "one minute wonders," scripts and other magical quick-fix versions. As a result, the true power underlying this process is lost amid the commercial enthusiasm of the lighter versions.
In this video, Anne Ryan joins with me to discuss this dilemma and the true possibilities that await the aware student.
"I laugh as I write this because I can—because it (OCD) is gone."
Gary's intro: I helped guide Andre Fillion's use of The Unseen Therapist for his extreme anxiety and agoraphobia. As those issues have improved in major ways (still more to do), Andre experienced "extra benefits" that we never directly worked on. This is a result of The Unseen Therapist expanding our results beyond our expectations (at least if our readiness allows). This doesn't always happen but, when it does, we need to bring it to everyone's attention.
Here is Andre's report.
From Andre: Hello Gary, There are major issues I have had that we’ve never addressed, but seem to have just fallen away—like, say, table legs collapsing.
These are good things, but the following are really good things:
Traffic fears vanish: I have had an intense fear of traffic to the point that I haven’t been in a car between the hours of 7am and 9am and 4pm and 6pm for a quarter of a century. Getting caught in rush-hour meant I had no way to get home instantly. It only happened a few times, the most serious of which was when I jumped a median to get out of a traffic snarl and did significant damage to the underside of my car, and I didn’t care. It got me out of it and I was home safely. Another time, I just abandoned my car at the curb and ran home. I went back for it later and found $200 in tickets on it, and I didn’t care because I got out of traffic and I got home safely.
Yesterday, I had to go about ten miles into downtown for an appointment—a feat previous to our work would have been a great challenge and now isn’t—and I ended up not realizing the time and headed back home at 4.30pm. In the thick of traffic. Nothing. Well, not nothing, but this:
My interaction in my mind with the Unseen Therapist:
“Are you here?” I asked,
“I’m always here.”
“I’m surrounded by cars and nothing is moving and I’m starting to feel a little uneasy. Why am I feeling any of this at all if you’re right here?”
“You need to feel something so that you remember it when it no longer comes, but you will be fine because nothing bad is going to happen.”
And nothing did. Traffic crawled along for the next twenty minutes and eventually started to dissipate and I was amazed that nothing happened. She was right. As soon as I was assured that nothing bad was going to happen, the jitters disappeared and—as the passenger, of course—I started to doze. This has never happened before. In traffic. Ever.
Uneasiness fades: I have always had a great uneasiness about being far away from my car because it represented my quickest way home. As a result, even if it was just three or four blocks I needed to go, the car always came with me. There were many “what ifs,” as in ‘what if I get vertigo?’, ‘what if I panic?’, or ‘what if my legs turn leaden like they always do in my dreams when I’m being chased?’ And sure enough, these doubts did indeed bring panic so it was just easier not to face it—and I made certain by rigidly setting up my life so that I never had to.
There is a Costco at the other side of the small forest behind my house, about 500m walking. Yesterday, while I don’t have blood-sugar issues, I know when I should eat, I didn’t and I was feeling a little spacey and saw Costco at the other end of the parking lot and I wondered if I would panic once I was so far from home—far for me, anyway. I sat down on a nearby bench, closed my eyes, rang up the Unseen Therapist, and went through the steps. Sixty seconds. I said to my partner “OK, all good, let’s proceed. He said “Don’t rush.” I replied “No, I’m fine. It’s done.” And we continued on without further incident. And no Ativan.
What happened to the freeway fear?: Every major city in Canada has a Queensway or a Kingsway (depending on which was our Monarch when built). It is a freeway that runs through the core of the city—usually six or eight lanes. I haven’t been on our Queensway for decades unless it was absolutely, ABSOLUTELY, necessary. A mile or two between exits that would take me back home was out of the question.
Last Friday, we had to go into downtown via the Queensway. Dark clouds quickly approached (bad weather has always been a car no-no for me). The sky opened up and buckets came down to the point that visibility was at perhaps ten feet and we had to slow to 50km/hr. Nothing. I couldn’t believe it. Nothing happened to me—I was almost fascinated by the amount of water. And the rain kept coming until my partner started to become uneasy and said “I’m going to get off at the next exit.” I said “No, keep going or we’ll be late." Me. I said that.
Today's adjective: Phenomenal.
Other issues just seem to be falling away. I can see emotional freedom. It’s right there—I just have to get there and I feel like it’s so close.
OCD is gone: We’ve never discussed OCD. I’ve had it in varying degrees for years, but not to the point of it being crippling and it was always eradicated by medication whenever it reappeared. It started coming back (now that I’m not on any medication of that type) in things like checking and rechecking locks or having a compulsion to organize things on store shelves while shopping (all labels have to be even—strictly parallel and perpendicular—facing outward). I laugh as I write this because I can—because it is gone. Another table leg.
Heat urticaria is essentially gone: We have previously addressed heat urticaria that first appeared in May and caused heat-induced uncomfortable prickling all over my torso to the point of it almost being painful. My doctor put me on a heavy antihistamine and it lessened the symptoms, but not entirely. Well, now it’s gone. The only time I feel it is when I wonder where it is. I was on the treadmill this morning and I was sweating a little and I said to myself ‘so, where is it.’ And it came just to remind that it could—until I got distracted from that thought by the television.
Mother forgiveness: Another enormous issue which we haven’t discussed was forgiving my mother. I’m now seeing things so clearly—the clutter is moving out of the way. She died at sixty-five of an aneurism and was dead before she hit the floor, and I’ve been angry with her for abandoning me, yet again, for twenty years. We never had the conversations that needed to be had and I've been angry.
But I wasn’t angry—I just didn’t know it. I’ve been concentrating on everything she did wrong instead of all the magnificent things she did right. Being angry with her was so much easer than being sad. Now I don’t have to be either and I don’t know how this has happened, so quickly. Of course I do know, I just can’t explain it. And I’ll just have to refer back to my mother again with respect to faith:
“For those who do not believe, there is no explanation possible; for those who do believe there is no explanation necessary.”
Gary, I hope this tome hasn’t been a screed, but you did ask for feedback.
Thanks so much,
Gems From Our Past Webinars
Login to your OEFT Membership Account and click on Recorded Webinars. There you will find a treasure chest of insights and examples about our High-End process with The Unseen Therapist.
Here, for example, are the Topics of Interest from Webinar #17:
0:00:00 Gary discusses EFT’s use with money and finances.
0:4:33:20 Sheri and Gary discuss the current terrorist situation in France and the perspective on it from A Course In Miracles. “seek not to change the world, but choose to change your mind about the world.” and ACIM’s aim to “remove the blocks to the awareness of Love’s presence.”
0:16:25 Patsy and Gary discuss their Optimal EFT session in Hawaii regarding her relief from Crohn’s disease. She discusses seeing her symptoms as a barometer as well as feeling an impressive level of “Peace” after the session.
0:29:31 Kolua and Gary discuss Kolua’s impressive experience with the recorded Optimal EFT Marcia sessions on our website. Adrenal fatigue and blurriness in her eyes improved. Important discussion emerged regarding why symptoms sometimes come back.
0:36:49 Jay asks questions about Specific Events and how to find which events are underlying a given problem. Gary and Patsy give their inputs.
0:45:56 Leeza and Patsy discuss how more Optimal EFT practice makes it easier to get to the bliss state. Gary comments too.
0:49:06 Taye offers this question that may help us get to our issues and Specific Events, “What in this moment am I not willing to share?” Gary is enthused about the question and comments.
0:50:18 Kolua asks Patsy about her list of Optimal EFT points. Patsy responds.
0:52:30 Nerea and Gary discuss heredity and other issues that may (or may not) be causes of physical issues.
0:55:36 Maryse talks about feeling conflicted during the Optimal EFT process. Gary misjudges the question until Leeza and Sheri make the point that Maryse may be getting very close to the truth (enlightenment). Important discussion.
1:01:36 Rahman introduces a discussion on visualizations, positive statements, etc. and their limited use within EFT. Gary responds.
1:08:52 Karine makes suggestions about to how to see things. Gary responds.
1:12:36 Howard introduces an important topic regarding how the Unseen Therapist sometimes works indirectly in impressive ways.
1:16:56 Diane introduces the important topic … Is the ego our enemy? Gary and Sheri respond.
1:23:42 Howard talks about ways to progress and how he has been gaining consistent peace of mind.
1:26:53 Mike offers an A Course In Miracles concept that, “the ego always speaks first and it is always wrong.” Lively discussion follows.
1:28:41 Karine discusses other ways of looking at the ego. Gary and Sheri respond.
1:35:01 Rahman asks about vibrations and the Law of Attraction. Gary and Sheri respond.
Practice Group Reminder: Our practice group facility regularly offers new opportunities to improve your skills. Please check it out in the Membership section of our website.
Note: Please consult physicians on all medical issues.