EFT & Healing In The Aftermath Of Suicide Loss

In this 56 minute interview with Marti Murphy, a Certified Master Abundance Coach and EFT Practitioner, as well as the host of the EFT Radio Show, “Leave the Job You Hate For the Work You Love,” we discuss the ways one can use the Emotional Freedom Technique (also called Tapping) to manage the powerful emotions that accompany suicide.

Marti candidly shares the experience of losing her own mother and how EFT helped her find peace and compassion in the aftermath. Some of the topics we cover:

  • Different ways to use EFT in the aftermath of suicide loss.
  • Interrupting negative thoughts and creating new neural pathways.
  • The “Forbidden Emotions” and the importance of feeling them in order to heal.
  • Unpacking conflicting and confusing emotions that surround suicide: Anger, guilt, rage and despair.
  • A tapping routine to use for feelings of abandonment.
  • How emotions become more manageable through EFT work.
  • Using “The Rant” to process rage and guilt.
  • Giving your Inner Child their say with a tapping temper tantrum.
  • Accumulating feelings versus freely expressing them.
  • What does tapping look like, how much and how long should you do it.
  • Getting in touch with your Inner Guru

I hope you find the information useful to your journey. I would love to hear about your experience with tapping as a way to befriend and manage your emotions.

Sending love and light.

–db

Who is Dianna Bonny?

Hi, my name is Dianna Bonny. It’s my mission to candidly share my journey with you. For me, it’s all about the healing: to create a radiant healing energy for others who have befallen a similar fate. Together, we can forge beautiful lives of belonging and connection. Thanks for joining me today! I look forward to hearing from you.

 

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