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Introduction to EFT

This week, we're talking about EFT, or "Emotional Freedom Technique." You may have heard of it referred to as tapping for short, and it's one of my favorite tools for helping my clients break free from anxiety, depression, generalized stress — even physical pain and performance issues! It involves tapping along your meridian system with your fingertips — the very same meridians you may be familiar with in acupuncture — to help move clogged emotional energy through your system.

This technique was introduced to me by Donna Eden. It's called the "hook up." When we are overwhelmed, we disconnect from ourselves. We can't think straight and can't make a decision if our life depended on it. This happens because our energy systems (meridians) are not running properly disconnect.

Having trouble sleeping, ruminating thoughts driving you crazy? Do you have "a lot on your mind?" If you do and this technique can help to clear the energy off of our mind. You will find that it can help clear the mind and help us to relax, wipe away our ruminating thoughts and think clearly again.

This technique instantly melts stress away! By holding our head in these specific areas we find our stress, anxiety, anger, sadness and tension begin to melt away. Simply hold and breathe and everything melts. Close the eyes for added benefits.

Anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, insomnia could all be related to incorrect breathing. This short, insightful video demonstrates the proper way to breathe using the belly, which can lesson the effects of anxiety, panic attacks and other physcial ailments by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.

Physical symptoms and emotional messages behind them. If we listen and inquire, our bodies speak to us as it wants to maintain health.
Do you ever get tired during the day? Feel negative emotions that come out of the blue, for no reason? You may be taking on other peoples negative emotions and energy! This technique that only takes seconds to do will help to prevent this from happening. It actually protects us from others negative emotions.