Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is a powerful, effective and simple way to enhance emotional wellbeing, physical health and personal growth and performance in all areas of life.
EFT was introduced in 1995 by Gary Craig, a Stanford Engineering graduate in lifelong pursuit of personal well-being. Based on the ancient principles of acupuncture, EFT 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 through our body. The physical changes we feel from those disruptions, like nausea or anxiety, become attached to the memory of that experience and affect the way we see the world…until we heal that 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. Some cases are more complex, however, and may require more detailed attention from an experienced EFT Practitioner.
You can download the EFT in one page pdf and try it for your self. For a more comprehensive manual, order the book ‘Emotional Freedom Techniques’ by Sangeeta, online from Wisdom Tree Publishers, Amazon or flipkart.com .
For extensive information on EFT, visit EFTuniverse.com
Legal Disclaimer: EFT provides impressive results for most people but there is no guarantee it will achieve your goals or be as painless for you as it has been for others. You are responsible for the consequences of your own trials with the use of EFT. Also note that EFT is a very flexible process and our workshops/individual sessions are customized as per our experience and additional skills, and do not necessarily reflect the standardized EFT training originally offered by Gary Craig.