E.F.T. Emotional Freedom Technique is based on the ancient principles of acupuncture meridians. It realigns the body’s energy system. EFT incorporates an emotional element to the healing process, addressing unresolved emotional issues as a likely cause of physical disease, psychological dysfunction, and personal performance limits.
Negative emotional experiences disrupt the energy meridians that run through our body. The physical changes we feel from those disruptions, like nausea or anxiety, become attached to the memory of that experience and affect the way we see the world…until we heal that disruption. Properly applied, EFT quickly realigns the energy meridians with respect to negative memories, disconnects the physical discomfort that we attached to it, and quite often removes the resulting symptoms.
EFT is a self empowering and flexible tool that can be an aide in any situation.
EFT continues to provide encouraging results, even with newcomers applying EFT to themselves. Some cases are more complex, however, and may require more detailed attention from an experienced EFT Practitioner.
How Do I Do EFT
EFT is done by lightly tapping on certain spots on your face hands and torso while verbalizing keypoint statements. While going through the entire protocol is preferable, you can do EFT 'on the fly' as needed.
Say you are going for a job interview, or meeting you prospective in-laws for the first time and are understandably nervous. If you can't break in to an EFT routine, just tap on a few key points and verbalize your statement to yourself.
What Does EFT Address
Extensive application of EFT has shown impressive improvements in balancing a wide variety of issues,
including those listed below.
PERSONAL PERFORMANCE EMOTIONAL CHALLENGES PHYSICAL DISEASE OTHER
Abundance Children’s Behavior Allergies Animal Healing
Weight Loss Relationship Issues Migraines Spiritual Growth
Career Goals Anger Fear Pain Management Creativity
Insomnia Depression Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Phobias Severe Trauma (PTSD) Hypertension
Learning Disabilities Addictions