What is EFT - Emotional Freedom Techniques?
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Based on the ancient principles of acupuncture, EFT, commonly referred to as "tapping", is a simple tapping procedure that gently realigns the body's energy system, without the discomfort of needles. Unlike other energy healing methods, 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 though our body. The physical changes we feel from these disruptions, like nausea or anxiety, become attached to the memory of that experience and affect the way we see the world...until we heal the 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 continues to provide encouraging results, even with newcomers applying EFT to themselves. EFT can be easily learned and self applied once the basic technique is mastered. Some cases are more complex, however, and may require more detailed attention from an experienced EFT Practitioner.
These techniques are on the forefront in the field of alternative therapies and are currently included in the curriculum at U.C.S.D. The San Diego Union Tribune recently featured an article about the staff at Naval Medical Center and Camp Pendleton learning EFT and how it is successfully being used with veterans to alleviate combat-induced psychological wounds. Guided imagery expert Belleruth Naperstek endorses EFT as another practical and fast acting imagery based therapy that can help re balance the neurophysiology of people dealing with the effects of trauma.Powerful, gentle and effective EFT –“Emotional Freedom Technique” often works where all else fails. Even though EFT violates just about every conventional belief out there, the results remain remarkable. EFT isn't perfect, of course. We don't get 100%, but it usually works and the results are sometimes spectacular.
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