Mid-November 2014 Dreamer Sight Newsletter
Hello, and a marvelous middle of November to you!
Welcome, or welcome back, to my newsletter.
The photo above shows me eating breakfast with a friend, in goofy
bloodshot eyeball earrings I wore just to make her laugh. My
attention on my food, I hadn't realized she was taking my picture.
I wonder if my slight frown is from trying to eat and also
listen. It's getting harder and harder for me to split my focus!
Today's issue has 2 articles, one on EFT and how you might
react to it, and one on vision with some simple healthy habits.
One of the most common reactions I see during EFT is yawning. The client
may apologize, as if I think she's being rude or is bored,
but this is perfectly natural. I think the extra-deep inhale of a
yawn brings in fresh oxygen to help the energy keep traveling. One
funny reaction to EFT is burping! I've seen this less often than
yawning. Again, no apology is necessary -- your body is naturally
starting to heal and to release what it no longer needs.
EFT: How will I respond in an EFT session?
For some people EFT is their first experience of energy work.
They may only be accustomed to traditional medical treatment
where they're drugged unconscious until the procedure is
over, not feeling a thing. An EFT session can be a very
different process, as often the client can feel the
energy moving when it starts clearing a former blockage.
EFT tapping can cause people to feel extra heat in their
bodies, or even to start to perspire. Other folks may
experience a tingling or a pins-and-needles sensation as the
energy moves. This often happens when targeting a
particular area of pain, say one with a previous injury.
If you're unfamiliar with EFT, you'll find a brief overview
so you can learn more about it.
One other place extra attention may be needed is with your blinking.
The healthy eye blinks every few seconds. We can unconsciously
stare, looking at nothing with brain and eyes not connected, when
deeply involved in a thinking task. Also notice whether you are
sufficiently hydrated, especially in this colder windier climate
in the Northern Hemisphere. Much of the common condition of
can be eliminated or reduced with more awareness and better habits.
Vision: Simple habits to keep your eyes healthy
When people find out I'm a natural vision teacher, their first
reaction is often an apologetic or defensive "I know I spend
too much time at the computer...", as if they're confessing to
the Vision Police! Don't be so hard on yourself. You may already
be doing a lot right for your eyes, and some minor changes could
move you in an even more positive direction.
Like any healthy mind or body practice, a large part of
taking care of your eyes is simply paying attention to them.
How do they feel -- alert and rested and moist, or weary and
like they're overdue for a break? There's nothing wrong with
spending time at the computer, but not if it's several hours
straight without looking at anything farther away than your
To read more about my healthy vision habits, click
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You're helping many other people!
Enjoy your second half of this deep rich month of November.
I'll write again in a week or so. Take care!