Tap into New Beginnings
In an effort to facilitate healing the emotional wounds of traumas such as abuse, abandonment, addiction and neglect, we propose to train 15 Prince George, BC citizens – key community leaders, elders, youth role models and mentors – in Thought Field Therapy.
Graduates of the trainings will then make themselves available to facilitate healing for their peers in the VLA (Veteran’s Land Act), the poorest neighbourhood of British Columbia. The goal is to empower the residents of the VLA to heal themselves and each other, and by extension their community and beyond.
Inspired by the transformation TFT facilitated in the people of Rwanda and Uganda, we decided to use the same model of community empowerment with the citizens of the VLA (Veteran’s Land Act), one of Canada’s poorest neighborhoods, located in Prince George, British Columbia.
We want to train at least 15 residents – community leaders, elders, youth role models and mentors – in TFT. Graduates of the training will then make themselves available to facilitate healing for their peers.
If our initiative, “Tap into New Beginnings”, receives enough votes, we will have a chance at getting $10,000 to bring this idea to life (sponsored by the AVIVA Community Fund). Anyone with access to a computer and an email address can vote for our idea and thus make it happen.
Please click here to cast your vote DAILY.
The competition ends November 29! The time is already running. Make us your new home page so you can vote daily.
Our vision is for crack houses to make room for tap houses. We believe that providing the people of the VLA with the tools to heal themselves is the best cure for all ailments: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
You can make this happen.
Click here to cast your vote now.
Vote daily until November 29.
Franzi Ng, TFT-RCT
P.S. Please forward this link to all your trainees, clients, patients, contacts, friends and relatives. Every vote counts!
Dr. Fränzi Ng
Meaningful Transformation @ Your Fingertips
Prince George, BC, Canada
250 964 0118
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