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 Figen Genco:  Love The Way You Live With Figen Genco 
 

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 A Holistic Consultant, Spiritual Life Coach offering services through inner wisdom, educational background and modalities including Feng Shui, EFT, Yoga, EmoTrance, Energy Healing for personal growth, enhanced relationships and self confidence.For more information visit:
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All Per Practitioner Resources
Dance Therapies
An expression of self and emotions which opens up blockages, brings creativity and liveliness.
Spiritual Healing
A deeper understanding of self, leading into better awareness of others and life.
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)
A very practical relaxation tool for beginners, and a fantastic healing tool for advanced practitioners.
Emotrance
An amazing energy healing,and self- improvement tool.
Life Coaching
A sounding board, a cheer-leader, a devil’s advocate, a loving teacher, and a guide with wisdom, experinece and understanding.
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Recent per Practitioner Articles
Five Extreme Behavior Patterns Related to Organizing and How to Address them with EFT (part 5): Excessive Organizing
by Figen Genco: Love The Way You Live With Figen Genc
"Excessively organized" is a term I use to refer to the situation when people are concerned with minor details that don’t mean anything. I often see this situation as "organizing the clutter" because these people engage in ritualistic activities of gathering, sorting, cleaning and containing stuff, including information, which they do not need in the first place.
1/1/2007
Five Extreme Behavior Patterns Related to Organizing and How to Address them with EFT (part 4): Perfectionism
by Figen Genco: Love The Way You Live With Figen Genc
Perfectionists are people who are taught to believe early in life that others value them because of what they accomplish - parental conditional love. This kind of false belief system sets up an unpredictable and open-ended standard for the believer. Because their self-value is entirely depended other people’s approval, repeated experiences of disapproval creates a vicious cycle of lowering their self-esteem.
1/1/2007
Five Extreme Behavior Patterns Related to Organizing and How to Address them with EFT (part 3): Chronic Disorganization
by Figen Genco: Love The Way You Live With Figen Genc
1/1/2007
Five Extreme Behavior Patterns Related to Organizing and How to Address them with EFT (part 2): Impuse Shopping
by Figen Genco: Love The Way You Live With Figen Genc
Impulse shopping gives the quick rush of a small accomplishment or fulfillment, which in most cases doesn’t even last until the person or the product reaches home. This superficial sense of short-lived joy is then quickly replaced with feelings of guilt, regret, embarrassment and overwhelm originating from financial and spatial concerns. EFT can be used successfully when the urge occurs just as it is used for addictions when the cravings show up.
1/1/2007
Five Extreme Behavior Patterns Related to Organizing and How to Address them with EFT (part 1): Hoarding 1
by Figen Genco: Love The Way You Live With Figen Genc
As with many other compulsive behaviors, hoarding behavior is generally an emotional reaction to a previous trauma either experienced by the people themselves or learned and developed behavior pattern because of a parent, relative or a nation who lived through the trauma. Because the resulting behavior is caused by an emotion, it can be addressed with EFT.
1/1/2007
Five Extreme Behavior Patterns Related to Organizing and How to Address them with EFT (part 1): Hoarding 2
by Figen Genco: Love The Way You Live With Figen Genc
As with many other compulsive behaviors, hoarding behavior is generally an emotional reaction to a previous trauma either experienced by the people themselves or learned and developed behavior pattern because of a parent, relative or a nation who lived through the trauma. Because the resulting behavior is caused by an emotion, it can be addressed with EFT.
1/1/2007

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