Break Free From The Cycle Of Addiction With EFT
What you'll learn
- By the end of this course you will be able to confidently navigate a sober world having built a solid foundation to support their path to addiction recovery.
- Download and print the Course Workbook
Discover the tools, techniques and concepts to assist you in achieving long-term sobriety from alcohol and drug addiction by avoiding a relapse.
Build a solid foundation to support your sobriety goals in the early stages of path to addiction recovery.
- Learn to identify and release the triggers that could potentially sabotage your desire to remain clean and sober.
- Recognise self-sabotaging behaviour that keeps you trapped in the cycle of addiction.
- Discover how trauma and negative beliefs prevent you from thriving in addiction recovery.
A powerful technique at your fingertips.
Take control and reclaim your sobriety with a simple, yet powerful tapping tool.
Learning how to use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) gives you the ability of being able to address any potential situation or incident that could result in a relapse in the early and most vulnerable stage of your recovery.
The technique is:
- Easily learnt by anyone
- Is simple to use
- Often works when nothing else will.
It is quick and easy to apply and provides results in a few minutes.
Content and Overview
Suitable for those who are new to addiction recovery, this course contains 35 lessons and 2 hours of video content and provides you with powerful tools and techniques to navigate a sober world.
Suggested time-frame to complete this course is 15 days and comprises of 4 Phases:
- Introduction, Housekeeping and Information (what to do, when and how);
- Motivation and Preparation (contains majority of exercises and procedures);
- Action (execution of the Dump Your Baggage in Just 8 Days Challenge)
- Advanced Exercises and Conclusion (rounding off the course)
The accompanying 30 page printable Workbook contains everything you need to gain the most from this course and contains exercises, processes, examples, charts, course guideline, work roster, etc.
The principles of the techniques are universal. However, the exercises and procedures contained in this course are designed to enable you to apply them to your specific and personal circumstances to gain optimal benefit from this course.
You will discover how unresolved traumatic and emotional issues (also known as baggage) keeps you trapped in The Vibration Of Addiction and unable to move forward on your path to recovery.
Learn how to recognise situations that could potentially result in relapse and confidently know what course of action to take to avoid them.
You will be guided step-by-step on how to identify the areas of your life most affected by your addiction and how to reach inner reconciliation and leave them in the past.
At the end of the course you will have gained the knowledge and skills to identify and confidently handle and defuse situations and stumbling block that could destabilise your newfound sobriety.
I designed this course for those who are tentatively taking their first steps on the path to recovery and have a burning desire to develop a solid foundation upon which to build and sustain long-term sobriety.
Who this course is for:
- This course is meant for those who are new to sobriety and deep and personal desire to ensure long-term sobriety.
Having been in recovery from alcohol addiction since 2004, Janis is passionate about helping others who have already attained sobriety but feel that there is something missing from their lives.
After eventually getting sober after many relapses she believed that having stopped drinking alcohol, her life would miraculously change and that she would live happily ever after. It soon became apparent that although she was sober, her shattered life with all the trauma, fear, self-loathing, shame and guilt together with broken relationships associated with her addiction had to be addressed to avoid another relapse. Janis refers to this state of being as The Vibration of Addiction.
There is a greater version of ourselves that is longing to emerge from beneath the pain and suffering caused by addiction. Our yearning to return to our true nature, love, is strongly programmed in us and it manifests in our lives as “something missing.” Some people refer to it as a hole in the soul. That emergence will naturally occur by releasing the emotional trauma (The Vibration of Addiction).
Janis believes that she was fortunate to discover EFT in the early stages of her recovery from alcohol addiction and is on a mission to share this very simple, yet highly effective tool with every person who has succumbed to addiction.