Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) – Introduction




Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)is an acronym standing for Emotional Freedom Technique, commonly called tapping. EFT is a comprehensive approach of modern psychology complemented by acupressure; a Chinese healing process. It has been effective in treating symptoms of physical pain in addition to emotional issues, and almost any condition may be treated by using this simple but effective process.

The human body is complex in nature and is visible to us physically.  The mind, body and soul however are a mysterious combination and are a complicated enigma. When the flow of energy is understood, it has to be intercepted to release the negative vibrations from the body and mind; both conscious and sub conscious.  Emotional Freedom Technique is holistic in nature, and can dissolve negative energies and allow the body and mind to release and heal.

Whilst life’s traumas can be emotionally draining, they tend to have an unfathomable effect on the mind and the subtle energies of the body. This is nothing, as the damage tends to be continually compounded and accumulate over time, and therefore can have an impact and cause deeply ingrained effects on behaviours, the energy of the body, habits, and the body’s ability to heal.

The general tendency of a person is to divert their attention away from their emotions, and how they feel about themselves and past events.   The average person is not consciously aware that they are utilizing behaviours to divert their attention away from their underlying emotions and what is really going on in their lives. They have feelings that start to surface, and because they have not learnt any strategies to deal with these or release their emotions or feelings from their body, they divert their attention away from what feels uncomfortable to them.   There are so many strategies that people use to do this that the list would be endless, however some of the most common strategies used are listed below.

  • Shopping
  • Alcohol
  • Gambling
  • Drugs
  • Sex
  • Watching TV
  • Working
  • Checking emails
  • Talking
  • Eating
  • Facebook or other social media
  • Playing games on phones or computers
  • There are some people who even become obsessed with religion

However, emotions and feelings still do exist, held inside the body and the mind.     If you try and suppress your feelings, this is like heating a pressure cooker, and over time the heat and pressure builds up to the point that something has to give.   That is when it has a dramatic affect on one’s life, relationships and/or your health.

For further information or to book an Emotional Freedom Technique session please call Carole on 07 56792987 or 0423740418.   Skype sessions are also available.

Also you may like to visit EMOfree website for further information.

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