The Belief Flip

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A simple and effective way to neutralise limiting beliefs using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) …

A simple and effective way to neutralise limiting beliefs using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)

This process was developed by Andy Hunt to give a quick and effective way of neutralising beliefs that is systematic and easy to learn

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  • Comment of swapping of the flipping – to get the final statement as positive as possible.
  • Comment of swapping of the flipping – to get the final statement as positive as possible.
  • Comment of swapping of the flipping – to get the final statement as positive as possible.
  • Comment of swapping of the flipping – to get the final statement as positive as possible.
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  • 1. The Belief Flip www.practicalwellbeing.co.uk © Andy Hunt, 2012 A simple and effective way to neutralise limiting beliefs using Emotional Freedom Techniques Andy Hunt Practical Wellbeing
  • 2. What Is A Belief? “ We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world.” – The Buddha A belief is an idea about your experience that you hold to be true. Such an idea guides your actions, filters your experience, gives or denies you permission to act, lets you know how things work and what things mean.
  • 3. Dissolving Limiting Beliefs In standard EFT you can use a variety of approaches to soften limiting beliefs.
  • 4. Dissolving Limiting Beliefs In standard EFT you can use a variety of approaches to soften limiting beliefs.
    • Persistent tapping on the belief statement to soften it over time.
  • 5. Dissolving Limiting Beliefs In standard EFT you can use a variety of approaches to soften limiting beliefs.
    • Persistent tapping on the belief statement to soften it over time.
    • 6. Neutralise the memory of the events that lead to the formation of this belief.
  • 7. Dissolving Limiting Beliefs In standard EFT you can use a variety of approaches to soften limiting beliefs.
    • Persistent tapping on the belief statement to soften it over time.
    • 8. Neutralise the memory of the events that lead to the formation of this belief.
    • 9. Use some clever reframing in your tapping to verbally loosen the belief.
  • 10. Dissolving Limiting Beliefs In standard EFT you can use a variety of approaches to soften limiting beliefs.
    • Persistent tapping on the belief statement to soften it over time.
    • 11. Neutralise the memory of the events that lead to the formation of this belief.
    • 12. Use some clever reframing in your tapping to verbally loosen the belief.
    • 13. Use the “Choices” process.
  • 14. What Is The Belief Flip?
    • The Belief Flip is a simple reframing pattern that you can use on many types of belief.
  • 15. What Is The Belief Flip?
    • The Belief Flip is a simple reframing pattern that you can use on many types of belief.
    • 16. It will typically neutralise the belief with just a few rounds of tapping.
  • 17. What Is The Belief Flip?
    • The Belief Flip is a simple reframing pattern that you can use on many types of belief.
    • 18. It will typically neutralise the belief with just a few rounds of tapping.
    • 19. It works by “bending” the old belief so far out of shape that it “breaks”.
  • 20. What Is The Belief Flip?
    • The Belief Flip is a simple reframing pattern that you can use on many types of belief.
    • 21. It will typically neutralise the belief with just a few rounds of tapping.
    • 22. It works by “bending” the old belief so far out of shape that it “breaks”.
    • 23. It might take a little bit of effort to fully ‘get’ the pattern at first, but it is worth it.
  • 24. What Can You Use It For? The Belief Flip works well with beliefs that involve permissions and black and white thinking. These kinds of beliefs often start with:
    • I always / I never … “I am always late”
    • 25. I can’t … “I can’t control my eating”
    • 26. I am not … “I am not allowed to be happy”
    • 27. I must / I must not … “I must be in control”
    • 28. Nobody / Everybody … “Nobody loves me”
    The Belief Flip is not limited to these kinds of beliefs, with a little practice you can use it for all sorts of beliefs.
  • 29. How To Flip A Belief
  • 30. How To Flip A Belief 1. Split the belief into two pieces.
  • 31. How To Flip A Belief 1. Split the belief into two pieces.
      2. Flip the meanings of each piece to create a set of four tapping phrases
  • 32. How To Flip A Belief 1. Split the belief into two pieces.
      2. Flip the meanings of each piece to create a set of four tapping phrases 3. Tap on those phrases, in sequence, to neutralise the original belief.
  • 33. Splitting The Belief Examples of limiting beliefs
    • I am always late
    • 34. I can’t control my eating
    • 35. I am not allowed to be happy
    • 36. I must be in control
    • 37. Nobody loves me
  • 38. Splitting The Belief
    • I am always late
    • 39. I can’t control my eating
    • 40. I am not allowed to be happy
    • 41. I must be in control
    • 42. Nobody loves me
    Each of these beliefs can be split into two parts
  • 43. Splitting The Belief
    • I am always | late
    • 44. I can’t control my eating
    • 45. I am not allowed to be happy
    • 46. I must be in control
    • 47. Nobody loves me
  • 48. Splitting The Belief
    • I am always | late
    • 49. I can’t | control my eating
    • 50. I am not allowed to be happy
    • 51. I must be in control
    • 52. Nobody loves me
  • 53. Splitting The Belief
    • I am always | late
    • 54. I can’t | control my eating
    • 55. I am not allowed | to be happy
    • 56. I must be in control
    • 57. Nobody loves me
  • 58. Splitting The Belief
    • I am always | late
    • 59. I can’t | control my eating
    • 60. I am not allowed | to be happy
    • 61. I must be | in control
    • 62. Nobody loves me
  • 63. Splitting The Belief
    • I am always | late
    • 64. I can’t | control my eating
    • 65. I am not allowed | to be happy
    • 66. I must be | in control
    • 67. Nobody | loves me
  • 68. Flipping The Pieces Each piece of the belief can be “flipped” to it's opposite: I am always | late
  • 69. Flipping The Pieces I am always | late
    • I am always -> I am never
  • 70. Flipping The Pieces I am always | late
    • I am always -> I am never
    • 71. late -> early
  • 72. Flipping The Pieces I can’t | control my eating
    • I can't -> I can
  • 73. Flipping The Pieces I can’t | control my eating
    • I can't -> I can
    • 74. control my eating -> eat continuously
  • 75. Flipping The Pieces I can’t | control my eating
    • I can't -> I can
    • 76. control my eating -> eat continuously
    • 77. -> eat like a maniac
  • 78. Flipping The Pieces I can’t | control my eating
    • I can't -> I can
    • 79. control my eating -> eat continuously
    • 80. -> eat like a maniac
    • 81. -> gorge myself
  • 82. Flipping The Pieces I can’t | control my eating
    • I can't -> I can
    • 83. control my eating -> eat continuously
    • 84. -> eat like a maniac
    • 85. -> gorge myself
    • 86. -> stuff my face
  • 87. Flipping The Pieces I am not allowed | to be happy
    • I am not allowed -> I am allowed
  • 88. Flipping The Pieces I am not allowed | to be happy
    • I am not allowed -> I am allowed
    • 89. to be happy -> to be miserable
  • 90. Flipping The Pieces I must be | in control
    • I must be -> I must not be
  • 91. Flipping The Pieces I must be | in control
    • I must be -> I must not be
    • 92. in control -> relaxed
  • 93. Flipping The Pieces I must be | in control
    • I must be -> I must not be
    • 94. in control -> relaxed
    • 95. -> flexible
  • 96. Flipping The Pieces I must be | in control
    • I must be -> I must not be
    • 97. in control -> relaxed
    • 98. -> flexible
    • 99. -> balanced
  • 100. Flipping The Pieces Nobody | loves me
  • 101. Flipping The Pieces Nobody | loves me
    • Nobody -> everybody
  • 102. Flipping The Pieces Nobody | loves me
    • Nobody -> everybody
    • 103. loves me -> hates me
  • 104. Building The Flip Nobody | loves me
    • Nobody -> everybody
    • 105. loves me -> hates me
  • 106. Building The Flip Nobody | loves me
    • Nobody -> everybody
    • 107. loves me -> hates me
    1. Nobody loves me the original belief
  • 108. Building The Flip Nobody | loves me
    • Nobody -> everybody
    • 109. loves me -> hates me
    1. Nobody loves me the original belief 2. Everybody hates me flip both parts
  • 110. Building The Flip Nobody | loves me
    • Nobody -> everybody
    • 111. loves me -> hates me
    1. Nobody loves me the original belief 2. Everybody hates me flip both parts 3. Nobody hates me flip the second part of the original
  • 112. Building The Flip Nobody | loves me
    • Nobody -> everybody
    • 113. loves me -> hates me
    1. Nobody loves me the original belief 2. Everybody hates me flip both parts 3. Nobody hates me flip the second part of the original 4. Everybody loves me flip the first part of the original
  • 114. The Belief Flip Process I will always be poor
  • 115. The Belief Flip Process I will always be poor I will always | be poor
  • 116. The Belief Flip Process I will always be poor I will always | be poor
    • I will always -> I will never
  • 117. The Belief Flip Process I will always be poor I will always | be poor
    • I will always -> I will never
    • 118. be poor -> be rich
  • 119. The Belief Flip Process I will always be poor I will always | be poor
    • I will always -> I will never
    • 120. be poor -> be rich
    1. I will always be poor original belief
  • 121. The Belief Flip Process I will always be poor I will always | be poor
    • I will always -> I will never
    • 122. be poor -> be rich
    1. I will always be poor original belief 2. I will never be rich flip both parts of original belief
  • 123. The Belief Flip Process I will always be poor I will always | be poor
    • I will always -> I will never
    • 124. be poor -> be rich
    1. I will always be poor original belief 2. I will never be rich flip both parts of original belief 3. I will never be poor flip first part of original belief
  • 125. The Belief Flip Process I will always be poor I will always | be poor
    • I will always -> I will never
    • 126. be poor -> be rich
    1. I will always be poor original belief 2. I will never be rich flip both parts of original belief 3. I will never be poor flip first part of original belief 4. I will always be rich flip second part of original belief
  • 127. The Belief Flip Process The Tapping (no setup statement required)
  • 128. The Belief Flip Process EB. I will always be poor
  • 129. The Belief Flip Process EB. I will always be poor SE. I will never be rich
  • 130. The Belief Flip Process EB. I will always be poor SE. I will never be rich UE. I will never be poor
  • 131. The Belief Flip Process EB. I will always be poor SE. I will never be rich UE. I will never be poor UN. I will always be rich
  • 132. The Belief Flip Process EB. I will always be poor SE. I will never be rich UE. I will never be poor UN. I will always be rich CH. I will always be poor
  • 133. The Belief Flip Process EB. I will always be poor SE. I will never be rich UE. I will never be poor UN. I will always be rich CH. I will always be poor CB. I will never be rich
  • 134. The Belief Flip Process EB. I will always be poor SE. I will never be rich UE. I will never be poor UN. I will always be rich CH. I will always be poor CB. I will never be rich UA. I will never be poor
  • 135. The Belief Flip Process EB. I will always be poor SE. I will never be rich UE. I will never be poor UN. I will always be rich CH. I will always be poor CB. I will never be rich UA. I will never be poor TH. I will always be rich
  • 136. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
  • 137. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
  • 138. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
    • 139. Say the belief statement out loud to rate its intensity
  • 140. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
    • 141. Say the belief statement out loud to rate its intensity
    • 142. Split the belief into its parts
  • 143. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
    • 144. Say the belief statement out loud to rate its intensity
    • 145. Split the belief into its parts
    • 146. Identify the opposite of each part
  • 147. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
    • 148. Say the belief statement out loud to rate its intensity
    • 149. Split the belief into its parts
    • 150. Identify the opposite of each part
    • 151. Build the sequence of tapping statements
  • 152. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
    • 153. Say the belief statement out loud to rate its intensity
    • 154. Split the belief into its parts
    • 155. Identify the opposite of each part
    • 156. Build the sequence of tapping statements
    • 157. Tap through the sequence of statements
  • 158. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
    • 159. Say the belief statement out loud to rate its intensity
    • 160. Split the belief into its parts
    • 161. Identify the opposite of each part
    • 162. Build the sequence of tapping statements
    • 163. Tap through the sequence of statements
    • 164. Test the strength of the belief statement
  • 165. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
    • 166. Say the belief statement out loud to rate its intensity
    • 167. Split the belief into its parts
    • 168. Identify the opposite of each part
    • 169. Build the sequence of tapping statements
    • 170. Tap through the sequence of statements
    • 171. Test the strength of the belief statement
    • 172. If necessary tap through the sequence and test again
  • 173. Steps Of The Belief Flip Process
    • Identify the belief
    • 174. Say the belief statement out loud to rate its intensity
    • 175. Split the belief into its parts
    • 176. Identify the opposite of each part
    • 177. Build the sequence of tapping statements
    • 178. Tap through the sequence of statements
    • 179. Test the strength of the belief statement
    • 180. If necessary tap through the sequence and test again
    • 181. Rinse and repeat as necessary
  • 182. I am not allowed to be happy
  • 183. I am not allowed to be happy I am not allowed | to be happy
  • 184. I am not allowed to be happy I am not allowed | to be happy
    • I am not allowed -> I am allowed
  • 185. I am not allowed to be happy I am not allowed | to be happy
    • I am not allowed -> I am allowed
    • 186. to be happy -> to be miserable
  • 187. I am not allowed to be happy I am not allowed | to be happy
    • I am not allowed -> I am allowed
    • 188. to be happy -> to be miserable
    1. I not allowed to be happy original belief
  • 189. I am not allowed to be happy I am not allowed | to be happy
    • I am not allowed -> I am allowed
    • 190. to be happy -> to be miserable
    1. I not allowed to be happy original belief 2. I am allowed to be miserable flip both parts of original belief
  • 191. I am not allowed to be happy I am not allowed | to be happy
    • I am not allowed -> I am allowed
    • 192. to be happy -> to be miserable
    1. I not allowed to be happy original belief 2. I am allowed to be miserable flip both parts of original belief 3. I not allowed to be miserable flip second part of original belief
  • 193. I am not allowed to be happy I am not allowed | to be happy
    • I am not allowed -> I am allowed
    • 194. to be happy -> to be miserable
    1. I not allowed to be happy original belief 2. I am allowed to be miserable flip both parts of original belief 3. I not allowed to be miserable flip second part of original belief 4. I am allowed be happy flip first part of original belief
  • 195. I am not allowed to be happy EB. I not allowed to be happy
  • 196. I am not allowed to be happy EB. I not allowed to be happy SE. I am allowed to be miserable
  • 197. I am not allowed to be happy EB. I not allowed to be happy SE. I am allowed to be miserable UE. I not allowed to be miserable
  • 198. I am not allowed to be happy EB. I not allowed to be happy SE. I am allowed to be miserable UE. I not allowed to be miserable UN. I am allowed be happy
  • 199. I am not allowed to be happy EB. I not allowed to be happy SE. I am allowed to be miserable UE. I not allowed to be miserable UN. I am allowed be happy CH. I not allowed to be happy
  • 200. I am not allowed to be happy EB. I not allowed to be happy SE. I am allowed to be miserable UE. I not allowed to be miserable UN. I am allowed be happy CH. I not allowed to be happy CB. I am allowed to be miserable
  • 201. I am not allowed to be happy EB. I not allowed to be happy SE. I am allowed to be miserable UE. I not allowed to be miserable UN. I am allowed be happy CH. I not allowed to be happy CB. I am allowed to be miserable UA. I not allowed to be miserable
  • 202. I am not allowed to be happy EB. I not allowed to be happy SE. I am allowed to be miserable UE. I not allowed to be miserable UN. I am allowed be happy CH. I not allowed to be happy CB. I am allowed to be miserable UA. I not allowed to be miserable TH. I am allowed be happy
  • 203. Real Life Example The longer I wait the safer it gets – 8/10
  • 204. Real Life Example The longer I wait the safer it gets – 8/10
    • The longer I wait -> the less I wait
  • 205. Real Life Example The longer I wait the safer it gets – 8/10
    • The longer I wait -> the less I wait
    • 206. the safer it gets -> the more dangerous it gets
  • 207. Real Life Example The longer I wait the safer it gets – 8/10
    • The longer I wait -> the less I wait
    • 208. the safer it gets -> the more dangerous it gets
    1. The longer I wait the safer it gets
  • 209. Real Life Example The longer I wait the safer it gets – 8/10
    • The longer I wait -> the less I wait
    • 210. the safer it gets -> the more dangerous it gets
    1. The longer I wait the safer it gets 2. The less I wait the more dangerous it gets
  • 211. Real Life Example The longer I wait the safer it gets – 8/10
    • The longer I wait -> the less I wait
    • 212. the safer it gets -> the more dangerous it gets
    1. The longer I wait the safer it gets 2. The less I wait the more dangerous it gets 3. The longer I wait the more dangerous it gets
  • 213. Real Life Example The longer I wait the safer it gets – 8/10
    • The longer I wait -> the less I wait
    • 214. the safer it gets -> the more dangerous it gets
    1. The longer I wait the safer it gets 2. The less I wait the more dangerous it gets 3. The longer I wait the more dangerous it gets 4. The less I wait the safer it gets
  • 215. Real Life Example EB. The longer I wait the safer it gets SE. The less I wait the more dangerous it gets UE. The longer I wait the more dangerous it gets UN. The less I wait the safer it gets CH . The longer I wait the safer it gets CB. The less I wait the more dangerous it gets UA. The longer I wait the more dangerous it gets TH. The less I wait the safer it gets
  • 216. Frequently Asked Questions
    • Are you installing a positive belief?
      • No, the Belief Flip dismantles the old belief so that something new can take it's place. (It may, or may not, be the positive belief).
  • 217. Frequently Asked Questions
    • Are you installing a positive belief?
      • No, the Belief Flip dismantles the old belief so that something new can take it's place. (It may, or may not, be the positive belief).
    • I often feel confused after the belief flip, is that normal?
      • Yes, once the old belief is gone you brain has to sort through all the elements, memories, feelings that constructed that old memory to update it. This re-filing and re-assessing can take time and you may feel a little confused or disoriented for a while afterwards.
  • 218. Frequently Asked Questions
    • Are you installing a positive belief?
      • No, the Belief Flip dismantles the old belief so that something new can take it's place. (It may, or may not, be the positive belief).
    • I often feel confused after the belief flip, is that normal?
      • Yes, once the old belief is gone you brain has to sort through all the elements, memories, feelings that constructed that old memory to update it. This re-filing and re-assessing can take time and you may feel a little confused or disoriented for a while afterwards.
    • What should I do if an old memory pops up during the process?
      • Stop the Belief Flip process and resolve any memories related to the old belief the Movie Technique or some other EFT process.
  • 219. Important If your belief is the result of traumatic, or multiple incidents of trauma or abuse, this process probably won’t be enough to undo the belief. You may need extensive work with EFT or other modalities to take care of those experiences before you can use the Belief Flip on these beliefs. If you suspect this is the case, seek the help of a suitably qualified and experienced practitioner.
  • 220. Recipe For Rabbit Pie
    • First, catch your rabbit!
  • 221. Getting Out Of Your Own Way www.practicalwellbeing.co.uk