I've been with the EFT Guild for just over a year now. I remember how Robin (the Welcome Wagon) led me through the site and all its wonderful resources when I joined. I couldn't believe how much there was on offer for such a small cost. It was just what I needed: resources AND a real on-going community to keep me tapping on my stuff and learning new tricks and skills for my EFT practice as well as connecting with others who are as interested in EFT as I am.
Over the year, I have gotten such great benefits from the Guild. I've joined some of the online groups: building our businesses, clearing our energy fields to create the lives we want to live, etc. I've even invited friends to join the Guild so that they could get in the groups that I was taking advantage of. And, of course, I've poked around in all the videos and articles that Gwyneth has made available to us.
One of my favourite moments was last January. At the annual EFT Gathering in the UK, I got to connect face-to-face with some of the Guild members that I had met online in the groups.
Even with all I've been able to do, I haven't yet had the time to commit to joining the Daisy Chains (to exchange tapping sessions), to participate in the Sanctuary, do the Silent Tapping with Heather or offer a class of my own. I'm looking forward to enjoying those activities some time in the future.
One of the things that has been most satisfying has been to support other Guild members in their times of need and to hear about the effects that our collective tapping has had on the outcomes and emotional states of those receiving the healing. That is what is at the heart of the community, being there for each other, contributing in any way we can to make sure that each person that makes up the collective thrives individually.
Thanks to all who are behind the scenes making this happen: Gwyneth, Heather, Carol, Robin and any others that we can't even see. Being a community and event organizer myself, I'm aware how much work is involved in keeping something like this running (and running so smoothly) so I'd just like to say that your work is SO appreciated!! Thank you!