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Emotional Freedom Technique - EFT / TappingOverview

What is EFT?

Emotional Freedom Technique is an emotional healing technique which is also capable of dramatically relieving many physical symptoms.  It contends that 'The cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system. With remarkable consistency (50-90% depending on experience) EFT relieves symptoms by seemingly strange (but scientific) routine.

This amazing technique for relief of both emotional and physical symptoms is based on impressive new discoveries regarding the body's subtle energies and has proven successful in thousands of clinical cases.  It applies to just about every emotional, health and performance issue you can name and it often works where nothing else will.  For more information and amazing video endorsement visit the official website : 

How does EFT work?

EFT is a meridian energy therapy - just like acupuncture, it works directly on the meridian system in the body.  However, instead of needles, you stimulate the major meridian lines by tapping on them.  Think of the meridians as rivers.  Upsets in emotional or physical health can lead to the equivalent of blockages or overflows in the rivers.  EFT is a mind/body healing technique because it combines the physical effects of meridian treatments with the mental effects of focusing on the pain or problem at the same time.

EFT works by tapping with the fingertips on various body locations. This Tapping serves to balance energy meridians which become disrupted when the client thinks about or becomes involved in an emotionally charged circumstance. The actual memory stays the same, but the charge is gone.  Typically this result is lasting. Cognition often changes in a healthy direction as a natural consequence of the healing.

Tapping on the meridian points sends kinetic energy down the energy system clearing the blockages allowing the energy to flow freely again.  It has proved useful in helping:

                                 * Anxiety and panic attacks                              * Guilt        

                                 * Anger                                                               * Insomnia

                                 * Depression and sadness                                * Negative memories

                                 * Dyslexia                                                           * Pain relief/symptom management (i.e migraine, arthritis etc)                                  * Enhancing self-image                                    * Physical healing

                                 * Fears                                                                * Enhancing peak performance (sports, public speaking)

                                 * Grief and loss                                                  * Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)