How to Thrive, Not Just Survive

Master Energy Therapist

Carol Tuttle


Do you believe your power lies within you or outside of you? Carol Tuttle, Master Energy Therapist, says that most of us think it is outside of us, which puts us in a victim role. She embarked on her alternative healing path from the position she calls the wounded healer. After undergoing traditional psychotherapy and other methods, she discovered the concept of the inner child. She says we all have one and it haunts us into our adult years and limits our vision of our personal power.
In helping herself, Carol embarked on a path to help others. Thirty-five years later, she has written five books and developed a method of energy profiling that she has applied to many practical aspects of life. Her process, “Dressing Your Truth,” has helped women from 60 countries discover a truly authentic make over process.
Carol and Dr. Nancy focus this conversation on Carol’s book, Remembering Wholeness: A Personal Handbook for Thriving in the 21st Century. Carol says that we are taught the skills to survive, not thrive. We come into the world as a whole being, but take on generational issues through which we create a struggle emotionally and mentally. She helps people learn where this sense of struggle began and how we are actually responsible for what’s happening to us. However, change doesn’t happen all at once. She confesses that although there are a lot of ah-ha’s during therapy, people often find their habits of behavior are difficult to break.

Alternative Techniques for Healing

Carol is most known for Energy Tapping (EFT) and Rapid Eye Therapy. She uses both techniques to help people clear their negative energy. The challenge is to retain the higher energy, so we don’t react to the emotional charges in the same old way that keeps us stirred up. She uses guided imagery to help people go within and discover when the negative limitation or perceptual filter first started to alter their lives.
Dr. Nancy mentions similar techniques that are very successful in work with trauma victims. Carol says that we all have trauma, adding that a common one originates in crying too long in your crib when your parents didn’t come pick you up. Since we all have some trauma, we all have an emotional charge that we need to heal before we can claim our power.
Carol first started offering information on the internet in 2000. Today she has multiple websites to help in all aspects of your life. Check out her blog at www.TheCarolblog.com. She offers new information daily.

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