What is EFT Tapping?
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique and it is commonly called tapping. EFT uses a gentle tapping on the Chinese meridian system points (instead of using needles like accupuncture does) and combines it with verbalizing a problem, symptom, belief, or emotion in the style of Western psychology or Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to restore balance to the energy system.
Where did it come from?
Dr. Roger Callahan founded Thought Field Therapy (TFT) because he realized that tapping on different acupuncture points helped relieve people of different stresses. Gary Craig simplified which points to tap on and created EFT. He trained a group of people as EFT Founding Masters including Carol Look, and it has spread from there.
How is it done?
EFT focuses on 9 of the acupressure points. You tap on these points while in a high state of emotion (or while thinking about a certain stress or problem) and talking about it. The points are side of the hand, eyebrow, side of the eye, under the eye, under the nose, chin, collarbone, under the arm, top of the head.
How does it work?
EFT has three main benefits. First, it reduces that "high-stress" feeling we have when experiencing or remembering a stressful situation. This is the most immediate benefit. The second benefit, and my favorite, is that once that stress or emotion is out of the way, you get a clarity on your life or the situation, even if it is long in the past. You get realizations and epiphanies that you weren't able to get to before because of the emotional level you were at. And third, now that your energy is balanced in the situation, you can operate from a completely different place. It's like you're a different person, in a good way. You can move forward and make decisions that seemed difficult or impossible before.
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