Mindfulness Based Inner RePatterning™ was developed by EFT Master Tania A Prince and June K Spencer. Mindfulness Based Inner RePatterning™ is a gentle approach that can clear issues without having to go into them, analyze them. Mindfulness Based Inner RePatterning™ is an approach that works via the bodies energy system.

What is Mindfulness Based Inner RePatterning™?

  • It is a tapping therapy developed from EFT
  • It works in the “present moment” the “Now”
  • It is very gentle
  • It could be classed as a mindful approach to therapy – mindfulness is used by many cognitive behavioural therapists (Mindfulness Based Inner RePatterning™ however differs from the standard mindfulness approaches because of its crossover with energy therapies, tapping. It is a unique technique)
  • It does not require you to re-experience uncomfortable emotions, generally it is an incredibly gentle approach
  • It can be used on specific issues such as stress, however it can also be used on issues that have been life long (re- current patterns)

1. No need to analyze the problem in order to clear it


Understanding a problem does no clear a problem, it merely lets you understand why you have it. Understanding is a function of the conscious mind. All problems need to be cleared at the unconscious level of the mind, the level at which the programmes, memories, beliefs etc exist. In order to clear a problem you need to deal with the underlying programmes that keep the problem active within the mind/ body system.

2. Resisting a problem gives it energy


Many people try to clear issues by actively resisting it. They have huge emotions around the issue and refuse to accept they have it. These emotions “feed” the problem. They provide it with energy. It is often said that, “what we resist persists”. This is very true. With Mindfulness Based Inner RePatterning™ we accept the existence of the problem and release our emotions about the fact that it exists. This leads to the issue naturally releasing.

How Does it Differ from (Classic) EFT?

  • It only uses ONE tapping point
  • It does not require understanding or analysis of the problem or looking for the specific events connected to the problem
  • It does not require that you break the problem down into smaller pieces in order to work on the problem. You can work on the whole problem, without the need to “chunk it down”