Emotional Freedom Technique

About seven years ago I was introduced to an alternative therapy for freeing yourself of dangerous emotional stress. EFT is an easy way to remove negative thinking patterns that create dis-comfort and dis-ease in your body.

Developed by Gary Craig, it is based on chinese accupuncture but without the needles. The basic approach involves examining the painful memories or thoughts that are causing you emotional or physical pain, accepting yourself and then tapping in a series of locations that re-ignite specific meridiens in your body.

The instant reward is renewed balance and the loss of any heavy-hearted feelings that are keeping you stuck in the past. The pattern is easy to follow and can be used for anything from daily aggravations to serious disease and illness. It’s been known to cure people of chronic pain where nothing else has been effective.

Tapping helps me release attachment to outcomes beyond my control and moves me to a place where I am not afraid to achieve the life I want. You can learn more at the website.  I’m using it for a number of things: hypothyrodism, smoking, emotional eating and remaining focused on the future, free of doubt.  

The amazing part is that all the information is free. Gary Craig makes his research and learnings available online for everyone. I have a little crush on him. Watch the video, I’m sure you’ll see why. 

Amid powerful healing claims, it remains outside of mainstream. This is likely due to its free disclosure, making mass marketing attempts unprofitable. Awareness of EFT thrives on “enlightened marketing” to reach those in need. 

Consider yourself enlightened.


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2 responses to “Emotional Freedom Technique

  • Susan

    I first heard of this actually on Manslations in response to a reader’s request. (Maybe you suggested it, I don’t recall!) I will look into it. I admit I’m somewhat skeptical, but alas need some ways to cope with stress.It is worth a shot.

  • writesome

    Susan, if you click through to Youtube from the video I posted, you’ll find related videos. One with another guy (no crush on him) who shows a two-handed method and starts at the top of your head. I find this even more soothing. Give it a try and let me know if it helps. Hugs and white light coming your way.

    Stress comes from attachment, most often to events beyond our control. Any method to release that is enpowering.

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