Well-Being at Your Fingertips with EFT Tapping
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Stress and anxiety are common daily occurrences in modern life and “are the cause of at least 95% of all illness and disease” according to Dr. Bruce Lipton, a highly renowned and respected cell biologist from Stanford University Medical School.
Apart from all of the traditional remedies, there’s an alternative way to manage this discomfort—it’s called EFT Tapping.
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques, a gentle form of therapy that uses the simple technique of tapping certain acupressure points on the body, providing quick results in reducing stress and anxiety.
Founded more than five decades ago by an American clinical psychologist, EFT Tapping has become a leading mind-body stress reduction technique. Utilizing the same energy meridian system as acupuncture (without the needles), EFT is widely used by more than 15 million people worldwide including recovering celebrities such as You, Me, Oprah, Prince Harry, Actor Naomi Harris, and world-class athletes who use it to improve performance.
Why is EFT practiced by millions? Because it works.
EFT Tapping is a scientifically proven technique that quickly reduces high levels of the stress hormone, cortisol, and anxiety-related physical pain. Supported by in-depth EFT research and experiential success stated by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, VA therapists use EFT with their clients suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety, pain, and other conditions. It also alleviates issues such as phobias, fears, pain and limiting beliefs just to name a few. Simply put, EFT works on everything.
As an EFT Practitioner for more than 12 years, I’ve guided thousands of clients through the EFT process locally and globally and have found each circumstance to be unique, and yet EFT continues to deliver the ultimate commonality of profound positive outcomes.
As one of my clients described it: “I have suffered with panic attacks, anxiety disorder, fears, and phobias for more than three decades. I’ve tried everything to cure it, from medication to meditation, and everything in between. I just needed the right tools. From the first session I felt a shift in myself, that I didn’t know was possible. In each session I dug deeper and made connections within myself that I had never made before. Things surfaced that I didn’t know I was still holding on to. I can honestly say I’ve never felt so free and safe in my own body, with my own thoughts. This is the longest I’ve ever gone without experiencing a panic attack.”
In this Well-Being Series, we’ll explore how EFT has helped change lives for the better.
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