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Healing Holidays May 6, 2010

Posted by billkerins in Hypnotherapy, Life Coaching, Manifesting your destiny, Meditation.
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Great news!  We are receiving a lot of enquiries about our new ‘Healing Holidays’ in Portugal.

We are offering a one week holiday for you to relax, reflect and plan your immediate and long term future.

For more information, please log on to my web – http://www.billkerins.com and click on the link.


www.hypnotherapy-directory.org.uk December 10, 2009

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This is great networking website that will help to promote your own web.  It is free to register and it is never any harm to have your web on as many other webs as possible.  I recommend it – so give it a try.  The name again is: www.hypnotherapy-directory.org.uk

My new book July 18, 2007

Posted by billkerins in Approach, Inspirational Leadership Training, Life Coaching, Manifesting your destiny, Meditation.
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 My  book ‘8 Kerinsian Keys to Self Empowerment’ is available to order from my web site.  This long awaited little book acts as a guide to your personal development and will be the foundation of my new ‘Kerinsian Keys to Coaching’ course due to be launched in the Autumn or early Winter.

Book Cover

If you would like a copy, simply go to the ‘Products’ page of my web and click the ‘Buy Now’ button. 

Video on EFT May 21, 2007

Posted by billkerins in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Meridian Therapy.
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Here is a short video which will give you an idea of the power and uses of EFT

Watch the new EFT video
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May 4, 2007

Posted by billkerins in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Meridian Therapy.
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EFT Courses

My EFT level 1 & 2 courses are really taking off.  I am happy to travel.  Let me know if you are interested in organising one and where you are, and maybe we can get together.

It’s all energy February 27, 2007

Posted by billkerins in Inspirational Leadership Training, Manifesting your destiny.
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If everything is energy, the floor, the rain, the ailments and diseases we pick up, then obviously, our thoughts are energy as well.  When we focus our attention on something, we generate an energy field, which can start to effect our lives.  This has been written about for years and practised by many for eons.

 Many books on the subject have been written.  Some of these include:

  • “It’s the thought that counts “- Dr.David Hamilton
  • “Write it down, make it happen” – Henrietta Anne Klauser
  • “Ask and it is given” – Esther & Jerry Hicks

I would suggest you read these books and begin to actualise the almighty power of your mind.  We all have the power, because we do it every day, without fully realising it.

EFT for golfers February 27, 2007

Posted by billkerins in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).
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Golfers ‘Tap’ for Lower Scores, Average 36 Percent Improvement

Golfer imageSan Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 4, 2006 — Between first-tee jitters, the yips, swing faults, and other distractions, golf can be more frustrating than enjoyable. But Ohio golf coach Stephen Ladd shows golfers how to tap on key acupressure points while focusing on golf problems and their scores improve, usually within minutes. The method he teaches is EFT, Emotional Freedom Techniques. In his office or on the putting greens of four local courses, Ladd shows amateurs and professionals how to eliminate stress, anxiety, and poor swing habits.

“Most golfers never reach their true potential,” he says. “Traditional positive thinking programs simply do not help, and practice does not make perfect — in fact, practice often makes things worse. But by using EFT, golfers at every level can leave those problems behind, eliminate fear and doubt, and never choke again, ever.”

Ladd recently asked clients to rate their results. “Of the 103 golfers who did so,” he says, “59 reported excellent results, 32 had good results, 10 reported fair results, and only 2 had disappointing results.”

According to Gary Craig, the Stanford-trained engineer who developed EFT, these outcomes are in keeping with the technique’s success rate in all aspects of sports performance as well as the treatment of stress, anxiety, and physical problems. “We’ve been tracking EFT’s results for the last 10 years,” says Craig, “and most practitioners report that over 80 percent of those who try it experience significant improvement.”

In golf, says Ladd, the most meaningful improvement is a reduction of the player’s handicap. “I asked my golfers for their average round before and after learning and applying EFT,” he says. “Of the 31 golfers who supplied these statistics, all (100 percent) reported improvement, and their improvements averaged 36 percent. A few reduced their handicaps by as much as 55 to 75 percent.”

EFT was originally developed to address problems such as stress and anxiety, which are key factors in sports performance. PGA Teaching Professional Dave Proffitt of London, Ohio, says, “My putting was he only thing keeping me from winning several PGA Teaching Professional events. I could sink them all day on the practice green, but never in the big tournaments. My playing partners expected me to reach the par fives in two, but then hang on for par. EFT took care of that in short order. Imagine their surprise when I started draining eagle putts!”

Bill’s approach February 27, 2007

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This is how Bill describes his work.

This is the approach that I have developed towards my work as a therapist.  I believe that we are more than mind and body – we are spiritual beings on a human journey.  Because of this, I feel that when we reach out to help, we must integrate all three elements i.e. Mind, Body and Spirit.  I have been practising this approach with it’s spiritual dimension, for a number of years and I find it makes my work much more interesting and  – of course – more effective.

Therapy is not about mind control – it is about awareness.  As a therapist, the more aware you are about yourself and subsequently your client and his / her needs, the more effective you will be.  It comes down to respect – respect for the place your client is in right now, and where he /she would like to be in the future.  It is not about your desire for them.  Throughout the course, I teach different techniques in which the student learns to become more self-aware and then use these techniques with the client.

I have found throughout the course, the students not only learn about how to be a Hypnotherapist, but also more and more about themselves as people.

One of the requirements I ask of my students is to attend with a sense of fun and curiosity.  After all, it is all part of our own spiritual journey.

The National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) accredits The Kerinsian School of Hypnotherapy

Other Tutor: Patricia Thomas DHP  ACPAMT  Cert. Couns. Strathclyde

Patricia has been a life consultant and spiritual director for many years working with individuals, companies, and government bodies including the education sectors.

She is a pioneer in the sound and vibration field using many new innovative techniques with Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy to achieve amazing results with clients, students and groups.

Life Coaching explained February 27, 2007

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Life Coaching enables the individual to take charge of his / her life in a very conscious and positive way.

Wild River

In sessions, I use mental pictures and metaphors quite a lot.

For example:
If life was represented by a river, and when you reached maturity, you were given a canoe and a paddle.  You then have two choices – one, to hold onto the side of the canoe and hope that everything will be okay as it carries you down the river, or, two, take the paddle and start taking control of the direction and speed as you travel.  The first choice places you in victim mode – the second gives you a far greater level of control – and is much more fun.  Which choice do you make on a daily basis?

Of course there are times in our lives when we need help to:

  • make positive changes to our life style;
  • make career changes;
  • see things from a different perspective;
  • overcome relationship problems .

So, when are you going to take hold of your paddle and control your own life??

I can help you –  using a range of ‘techniques’ that I have applied to myself to make positive and lasting changes to my life  –   and they work.

What is Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)? February 27, 2007

Posted by billkerins in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).
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EFT is a therapy that has it’s roots in Acupuncture – but without the needles.  It is used on a wide range of ailments, allergies, phobias, mental blocks and many more issues.

Simply by tapping on selected meridian points and using carefully selected statements or affirmations, a client can relieve / remove / or reduce a complaint – permanently.

 I have been privileged to help a great number of clients with their issues, with amazing results.  I have used this technique myself on my own issues and have been constantly impressed with the results.

If you have would like more information or have have had similar experiences, send me a comment.