We learn by stories and one of the ways of helping people to learn about complementary therapies such as EFT is by reading about them. Based on this principle EFT Practitioner Colin Aldridge has produced a wonderful synthesis of fiction and education called Dangerous Aspects.
Aldridge describes the novel as consisting of two themes
“Firstly it is a novel about a woman’s difficult divorce and a good read it is too. You can read it simply as a novel with its twists and turns, its murders and intrigues. It is an entertaining novel you will not want to put down and it is worth reading…
The second thread is a life coaching manual. The woman’s difficult situation produced almost intolerable stress causing her to seek therapy. Her journey to successful therapy is cleverly entwined into the story of the novel. You hardly notice it within the intricacy of the story, but the thread runs through the plot leading to a success which could stand as a lesson to us all when she tries Energy Psychology and is led to teach others Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT).”
The novel is backed up by some well known names in the EFT field: Tam Llewellyn, Mair Llewellyn and Gwyneth Moss have all contributed to the book and are named on the cover. Making the book a work of fiction and a thrilling story will hopefully reach an audience of people who aren’t “in to” alternative therapies. This contributes to EFT and Energy Psychology becoming more mainstream rather than being “that weird tapping”.
Aldrige has launched a campaign throughout the healing community to have as many people as possible to launch it up the best seller list. Buy Dangerous Aspects through Amazon.com or, if your in Europe, buy Dangerous Aspects through Amazon.co.uk.