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Do you know anyone who uses emotional freed technique (EFT), or EFT tapping, to help fight depression or anxiety? Are you wondering what EFT is all about and how it works?
Emotional freedom technique is used to manage tension in the body and worry in the mind.
The underlying principle of EFT is that all emotions and thoughts are forms of energy. This energy, whether positive or negative, has very real physical manifestations that affect all functions of the body.
While the human body possesses a natural healing potential, stress and emotional problems can stand in the way. This is where emotional freedom technique comes in.
People who experience benefits from practicing tapping techniques find that they help clear their mind, focus their attention on the present moment (much like meditation does) and improve their attitude.
One of the best things about EFT is that it can be done anywhere, at any time, quickly and without the use of any equipment, medications or supplements.
What Is EFT Tapping?
Emotional freedom technique is a self-help technique that involves tapping near the end points of “energy meridians” located around the body. The tapping process is done in order to reduce physical tension and promote a deeper mind-body connection.
This technique goes by a few different names, including emotional freedom technique, EFT tapping therapy or simply tapping.
According to the EFT Universe website, “EFT has been researched in more than 10 countries, by more than 60 investigators, whose results have been published in more than 20 different peer-reviewed journals.” These include the Journal of Clinical Psychology, the American Psychological Association journals Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training and Review of General Psychology.
Who invented EFT?
EFT tapping therapy was first introduced in the 1990s by a man named Gary Craig, who considered his approach to be an effective combination of mind-body medicine and acupressure techniques. Its creation followed another mind-body method called thought field therapy (TFT).
In the 1980s, TFT was developed by Dr. Roger Callahan, a clinical psychologist, who found that it helped people naturally manage negative emotions — including symptoms of anxiety and depression, fear/phobias, and physical symptoms related to stress.
Craig, one the lead creators of emotional freedom technique, was one of Dr. Callahan’s students who further researched and refined TFT techniques in order to establish his own unique approach. Since 1995, a variety of EFT courses have been available to the public, focusing on teaching people how to easily use tapping techniques to overcome physiological obstacles and common ailments.
What does EFT treat?
It can be used to manage both psychological problems and physical pain. For example, tapping is used to help cope with conditions such as:
anxiety and depression
post traumatic stress disorder
fear of public speaking and other forms of social anxieties/fear
short-term or chronic stress
muscular tension and joint pain
fatigue and boosting energy levels
food cravings and emotional eating
emotional problems tied to low self-esteem
difficulties with athletic performance, focus and coordination
EFT (Emotional Freedom Therapy) has helped many people turn their lives around in a very short time. It is a form of Acupuncture but without the needles.
With EFT you can overcome emotional ailments and reach your full potential.
Typically we use the fingertips to tap on specific points around the body.
I will specifically be only dealing with emotional issues surrounding weight gain.
If you have tried every capsule, injection, slimming treatment and have had no success in losing the weight plus keeping it off, there may be underlying issues.
Coaching will be done by Gillian Scott
Certified Trainer & Assessor SETA
Professional Accredited EFT Diploma Course