Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) also know as tapping is a simple but effective technique that has elements of hypnosis, relaxation and acupressure. EFT tapping is a type psychological acupressure that uses Chinese meridians to unlock trapped energy in the body and so is sometimes called ‘emotional acupuncture’. However, instead of using needles, it uses a technique of gentle tapping on these points.
EFT tapping is a technique you can learn in a matter of minutes and get instant relief from all kinds of discomfort; it is easy to use in stressful situations. Kids learn how to tap really quickly and use it very effectively.
What can Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) treat?
EFT tapping successfully treats all kinds of challenges including mood swings, fears, phobias, addiction, pain, stress management, procrastination, anxiety etc.
Often we can’t really see or hear ourselves let alone have much awareness of our reactions; that’s where working with a practitioner comes in. Working with an experienced practitioner helps you ‘get underneath’ the issues that are blocking your progress to find out and clear what’s really going on. Symptoms (e.g. anxiety) are usually a symptom of something deeper and a experienced practitioner will help you deal with the cause as well as the symptoms for optimal outcomes.
Practitioners all round the world are using EFT tapping to clear all kinds of issues including: addictions; repressed anger; trauma; relationships i.e they are using it successfully with just about everything. I tap every day and find that at the most basic level tapping takes my mind off whatever is preoccupying me at the time. I find just working at that basic level is helpful because it stops me looping the same thoughts again and again and it helps me to focus on what I want. I am also getting good results with bigger (read that as deeper) issues.
EFT tapping as part of our emotional health approach which is used in conjunction with other modalities such as homeopathy to bring you your best outcomes faster. EFT is a modality worth exploring further. And there are a whole lot of free resources on-line to get you started.
Start with the video below and see if that sparks your interest. You’ll be glad you did.