EFT is a healing modality that, in less than 10 years, has become a highly valued method of more than five thousand medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, nurses and other members of the healing professions in dozens of countries.
No surgery, drugs or equipment are needed.
EFT is sometimes called "acupuncture without needles". Energy meridians can be blocked or disrupted by unresolved emotional issues, which people may or may not be aware of.It is possible to rebalance the disturbed meridians without using needles. Using EFT, key meridian points on the head, torso, and hands are gently tapped with focusing on an issue. EFT gently rebalances your emotional and physical bodies through this process.
EFT was originally designed to reduce the psychotherapy process from month and years down to minutes and hours. From there it was discovered that astonishing physical healings also occurred.Symptoms faded for everything from migraine headaches to cancer. EFT was pioneered by renowned chiropractor, George Goodheart, and furthered by medical doctor John Diamond and psychologist Roger Callahan and dramatically simplified and improved by Stanford engineer Gary Craig.
Why does this work?
In Gary's words: Einstein discovered decades ago that physical matter (including the physical body) is made of energy. Thus, even though the human body may appear to be solid, its foundation is energetic at its core. This simple fact is one of the most universally agreed upon findings in the scientific world but, to date, it has not been well integrated into western healing procedures.
What happens in an EFT session?
~Presenting issues are explored at the same time a tapping routine is used on specific acupuncture points on the head, torso and hands.
~Emotions and memories may surface, anguishes and physical symptoms subside, and the roots of these are released.
~Healthy belief changes often occur as the energy meridians come into balance.
~Results are often long term.