Emotional Freedom Techniques commonly known as EFT reduces or eliminates many emotional and physical problems, often in minutes. It has a success rate of over 80%, depending on the issue.
How does it work?
Our body’s energy system interacts with our thoughts, emotions and physical body. Since thoughts and emotions are energy they affect our body’s energy system. Thus, when our body’s energy system is out of balance it influences our overall health.
EFT rebalances this energy system by using a series of “tappings” with the fingertips on strategic points on the face and body, focusing on a specific problem and saying statements about that issue. Consequently, by restoring the balance in the energy system, the emotional and/or physical problem is reduced or eliminated.
What could you expect to release with EFT?
The list goes on and on, but I’ll name a few here:
Reduce, Release or Eliminate…
- Addictive Cravings (food, cigarettes, alcohol, drugs)
- Anxiety and Panic Attacks
- Compulsions and Obsessions
- Depression and Sadness
- Emotional Traumas
- Fears and Phobias
- Grief and Loss
- Negative Memories
- Pain and Symptom Management (fibromyalgia, arthritis, back & neck pain)
- Physical Problems
- Sexual Abuse Issues
- Reduce Stress
- Weight (loss, gain, anorexia, metabolism)
- And much more….
- Enhance Your Self Image
- Implement Positive Goals (success, finances, relationships)
- Optimize Emotional Health
- Peak Performance (sports, public speaking, performing in public, test taking)
- And much more
Instill Positive Changes…
Can you do EFT on your own or do you need an EFT practitioner?
You can use EFT on your own. Many have with success. It is truly easy to tap along the indicated points and find relief. Contact me via my website for more information about how to do so.
Most of us have resistance to change, recognizing our problems, and getting to the core issues behind our problems. In addition, beliefs learned during childhood that the logical adult mind doesn’t tend to grasp inhibit the capability to work on one’s own.
In addition, there are issues that may be difficult to deal with on one’s one, for example, sexual abuse, severe emotional trauma, or phobias. In these cases, it is advisable to seek guidance from an EFT practitioner.
Thus, the benefit of working with an EFT practitioner is receiving guidance, support and access to their expertise in finding and releasing core issues rapidly and effortlessly.
Is EFT too good to be true?
My experiences, personal as well as those as an EFT practitioner, along with the testimonials of satisfied people all over the world indicate, yes, EFT is that good. EFT is one of the most amenable techniques I’ve come across. It is user friendly and highly effective. Give it a try. You’re bound to feel better.
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