What is EFT?
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques. It is often referred to as “tapping” because in EFT we tap on acupressure points on the face and upper body to help our body gently release stress.
It is an evidence-based stress-reduction tool which can be used in therapy or as a self-help practice, to help people change the way they think, feel and behave.
EFT belongs to the field of energy psychology which makes a bridge between East and West, between psychology and acupuncture.
EFT is a great tool for addressing emotional issues to support physical and emotional well-being.
You can use EFT for moslty evrything, and I can help you to:
Relieve stress and promote general relaxation
Release and transform, trauma, uncomfortable emotions like anxiety, sadness, anger, guilt, frustration, etc.
Improve communication skills and gorw self confidence
Increase self-esteem,clear thinking,positive feelings and a sense of greater peace
Improve or eliminate some types of physical discomfort or pain
Relieve phobias and other fears
Relieve the symptoms of PTSD
Improve better sleep and sleephabits
Move us beyond self-limiting beliefs and open us towards greater possibilities
EFT helps you to move beyond negative, self-limiting thoughts and beliefs toward positive change.
Gary Craig is the founder of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), he created a the end of the 90s as a self-help tool.
The Science of Tapping is short documentary film dedicated to demystifying tapping and increasing acceptance of this powerful tool.
It seems that EFT affects the amygdala, the stress centre in the brain, and the hippocampus, the memory centre. S)mula)on of the tapping points is thought to send a signal to the limbic or emo)on centre and to reduce its arousal.
Download this 2022 Research Summary by EFT International.
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