How to change your life.

Probably the most important lesson I have ever learned.

“To truly change our lives, we have to change the beliefs. Everything in our lives is a result of our beliefs. All of our thoughts and feelings, all of actions and reactions, all of our decisions and choices are the result of our beliefs. Beliefs precede all of our thoughts and feelings, choice and decisions, actions and reactions.” – Tessa Cason

For me, the most effective and powerful way to change beliefs is using EFT Tapping.

EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Tapping is a simple, self-administered acupressure technique that can be used for removing negative emotions and dysfunctional beliefs. It involves making a statement while tapping different points along the meridian energy paths. By both tapping the points and making the statement, you can release blocked energy, thereby clearing the stuck negative emotions and beliefs from the body/psyche. The name says it all. Tap to free the emotions and beliefs…


What is EFT Tapping?

EFT, emotional freedom technique, is an energy psychology modality.  Think of the energy aspect like the meridians paths accessed in acupuncture and acupressure.  With Tapping, those meridians are being activated by tapping with one’s fingers.  The psychology aspect consists of the discovery process and exploration of one’s memories, emotions, patterns, and beliefs.  The magic and profound power of EFT comes from combining energy (tapping) with psychology (talking).  The key and crucial piece to healing is working on the subconscious level, which EFT allows us to access.

EFT is a simple yet highly effective process that clears beliefs, memories, and emotions that block us from achieving our dreams and desires.

EFT Tapping has been an absolute game changer for me and is my #1 tool in working with my clients.

Email me at faith@faithshevlin.com to learn more about this powerful tool, and how it could be a game changer for you.




Why am I hungry?

If you struggle with food and dieting, it can often feel hard recognizing true physical hunger from emotional hunger and/or cravings.  Use the criteria below to help you distinguish the difference.  Be gentle with yourself.

Emotional hunger:

  • Comes on suddenly.
  • Is an urgent need.
  • Craves specific food(s).
  • Results in mindless, unconscious eating.
  • Is not satisfied with a full belly.
  • Results in feelings of shame, guilt, and/or judgment.

Physical hunger:

  • Comes on gradually.
  • Is patient.
  • Is felt in the stomach.
  • Is mindful and conscious
  • Is open to a variety of foods to eat.
  • Stops when satisfied.