Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Elevate Spiritual Well-Being Through Eutaptics

Achieving Psychological Flexibility is the Goal of Faster EFT

Eutaptics practice can elevate your spiritual well-being, whether you have just begun your spiritual journey or have an ongoing pact to improve your spiritual health. Spirituality is among the most discussed topics in life and stress management systems today. Perhaps it is because of the rapid advancement in science and technology that makes us rely on convenience, or the undeniable, unstable disputes among religions, race, governments and nations that pull many to seek spiritual healing above all else.

Our spiritual wellness is at the center of our being. It is the key generator of our values in which our purpose in life is aligned. Each person’s spiritual journey is a unique experience.

Spirituality and religion are not synonymous terms. A religion is a community of people with shared values and rituals. Religion is socially and publicly organized for a group of people who relate to a particular set of rituals, beliefs and understanding of the divine.

Whereas, spirituality is unique to each individual. It is a path, a journey or an experience that leads to greater understanding of life, living and creation. In a sense, spirituality is more abstract than religion and is not confined under a given name of an organization or under singular understanding of doctrines.

A highly spiritual person can be very tolerant to all religions, beliefs and faith of other people. Although religion is normally viewed as the vessel through which spirituality is found, it is not always the case.

Eutaptics is not a religion and will never be. It is a training system with a great focus on the mind to help improve a person’s psychological flexibility. Eutaptics practice can lead to improved spiritual health because the system itself destroys toxic belief systems that have accumulated since our very first day on this planet.

It is not always easy to recognize the existence of belief systems that block our paths to spiritual growth. Eutaptics practice helps weaken the structure of any thought that blocks your spiritual growth. It takes you to the present moment with a raised awareness about how and why your body responds to any particular thought or sensation. It is one process that can improve mindfulness and help you reap its benefits.

Religious Views and Toxic Beliefs

One thing that can lead to a heated argument among friends, neighbors or even nations is our varying and conflicting religious views. Each religion claims to hold the truth and each person who has sworn devotion to any religion will cling to it as the ultimate truth through which all the mysteries of creation are explained.

It is not to say that religion is a toxic belief. Religion can unite communities, spread peace and kindness and most of all, teach the meaning of love. But when religion is mixed with politics or used to cause division among the human race, it then becomes toxic and each is individually affected.

Everyone is affected by religious beliefs more than they would like to admit or recognize. There is an obvious link between our personal values and the religion that we believe in. When extreme religious practices begin to affect other aspects of our life to the point that they start to produce big problems, then it is time to call it toxic. There are other alternatives to resolving conflict, apart from radically quitting a certain religion or starting a revolution against it. Simply draw more strength from the spiritual aspect of your religion and transform it to help you grow.

Eutaptics practice can help you pinpoint your toxic beliefs relating to your religion or views on spirituality. It is a system open to all races, religions or genders – it is not aimed to introduce new beliefs about divinity and holy doctrines. Eutaptics practice can improve your tolerance about the diversity of this world in terms of faith.

Life Transformation Masterclass – Level 1 Online Training

The Level 1 Practitioner Certification Training program is well pronounced as the user manual for your unconscious and conscious mind by many health professionals, laypeople and life coaches that is designed to deliver fast and profound personal changes for themselves and for clients.

Robert Smith, Founder and CEO of Skills to Change Institute Inc. is giving everyone an opportunity to discover the power to change and improve their quality of life, emotionally, financially, relationships and health, with a powerful set of skills.

Achieving Psychological Flexibility is the Goal of Faster EFT

Achieving Psychological Flexibility is the Goal of Faster EFT
Robert G. Smith’s Faster EFT is committed to helping people develop coping skills that can hack through their problems to provide resolution to conflict.

The idea of creating psychological flexibility among people’s lives is what fuels the FasterEFT belief system.

All of the skills being shared and taught within the courses, blog posts and articles aim to show people how to achieve psychological flexibility and build sustainable happiness within their individual lives.

Why is FasterEFT Focused on Providing Psychological Flexibility?

Addressing a traumatic event, liberating people from pain and showing ways to let go of the past is undeniably important. But FasterEFT is more than just a mind-healing process. If incorporated within your daily activities and made a part of your way of life, a person can become empowered and equipped with knowledge to get past any of life’s hurdles, no matter how small or big they may be.

A shocking amount of evidence now advocates that becoming more psychologically flexible grants people the ability to be unstuck, outsmart stress, improve physical wellbeing, build meaningful lives and sustain happiness outside the hedonic treadmill.

What Exactly is Psychological Flexibility?

According to Biglan, Hayes, & Pistorello – 2008, “Psychological flexibility is the ability to contact the present moment more fully as a conscious human being and to change, or persist in, behavior when doing so serves valued ends.”

The definition mentioned above is exactly what every Faster EFT process is all about. We will now break down the definition and their correlation to Robert G. Smith’s work in FasterEFT to show you that it is the only mind-body healing process that, superseding other forms of therapies, can complement modern procedures to promote faster healing of the mind, body and spirit.

The following sections are the explanation of the broken-down definition of psychological flexibility:

Contacting the present moment more fully

“Contacting the present moment more fully,” suggests to truly be aware of the present moment without influence from negative or difficult thoughts and emotions. We define, interpret and live each present moment based on the records of memories stored within our subconscious mind.
Our unconscious is a powerful storehouse of information wherein the circuit of our current mental patterns are plugged in.

Acceptance of the previously mentioned statement about how the mind works plays a critical role in activating mental healing. Research shows that “willing” the mind to get rid of a negative memory of an experience only increases its stronghold on you. The reason for this lies in the fact on how the mind encodes experiences – both perceived and actual.

If, for example, a person who went through a very traumatic experience keeps on replaying the memories of the trauma, a new version of it is encoded within the cortex, creating multiple copies and building new links. This creates the structure of various versions of the imprints.

The undeniable reason why Faster EFT memory reimprinting works best in cases of trauma and the broad spectrum of Traumatic Stress Responses is because it has a way to hack through the various imprints created by the mind and find the imprint with highest frequency or the primary imprint.

The reason we call it primary is not to suggest that it is the initial record of a memory, but because it is the most emotionally charged imprint within the cortex. In other words, it is the most powerful network that fuels dominant mental and emotional patterns.

To promote psychological flexibility in cases of high trauma means retraining the limbic system to hold thoughts and emotions lightly, to rewrite a new version of the memory so representations of incoming experiences will be seen as an ongoing process without having to draw a reference from a difficult past.

Change, or persist in, behavior when doing so serves valued ends

Robert has always mentioned that we are all functioning in perfect alignment to what we hold as true within our unconscious. This is very critical to understanding this next half of the definition of psychological flexibility.

In other words, for us to be able to move towards our values we need to accept difficult situations, thoughts and emotions that we may not want to. To make better sense of the statement, let us put it this way, that whenever we move towards our values – or towards anything that is truly personally meaningful to us – we experience difficult thoughts and negative emotions are triggered.

The unconscious mind does not operate the way we wish it would. Oftentimes, it draws negative memories and use it as a filter when we begin to view the current moment or perceive a successful yet challenging future.

This programming of the unconscious mind is what kept us safe over the years, it draws records of memories used as filters whether a situation is safe, dangerous or neutral.

Unfortunately, it is also the same mental function that keeps us from moving forward and take risks in our careers, relationships and many other aspects of life. In short, the very thing that makes us feel “stuck.”

If you want to be successful in a new relationship, you most certainly need to accept that there will be difficult thoughts and emotions that are going to be part of your romantic journey. But if you fear getting hurt, then you don’t pursue a relationship.

However, since a relationship is of value to you, meaning you really want it, not having it is also something you most likely fear. In this case, you stand in between fears that your mind created but are not really present.

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