Emotional Freedom Technique Practitioner

Emotional Freedom Techniques, or EFT (often known as Tapping or EFT Tapping), is a universal healing tool that can provide impressive results for physical, emotional, and performance issues. EFT operates on the premise that no matter what part of your life needs improvement, there are unresolved emotional issues in the way. Even for physical issues, chronic pain, or diagnosed conditions, it is common knowledge that any kind of emotional stress can impede the natural healing potential of the human body.

In many cases, EFT can be applied directly to physical symptoms for relief without exploring any emotional contributors. However, for the most powerful, longest lasting results with EFT, we do expect to identify and target related emotional issues.

The EFT premise also includes the understanding that the more unresolved emotional issues you can clear, the more peace and emotional freedom you will have in your life.  Limiting beliefs can vanish, personal performance can soar, relationships can thrive, and vibrant physical health can be yours. If we’re being realistic, everyone on this planet has at least a few emotional issues holding them back from pure, limitless happiness.  EFT can be an ongoing process that we use to clear out the old traumas, and welcome any new challenges with a healthy, productive attitude.

EFT's foundation comes from a common-sense blend of Acupuncture and Mind-Body Medicine, both of which have decades of scientific studies supporting them. Their effectiveness has been so profound that prestigious institutions such as Stanford, Harvard and many other universities, clinics and hospitals have chosen to use and/or study them.

“The cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body’s energy system.”  Step 1 is a distressing Memory. Step 2 is a disruption in the body’s energy system.  Step 3 is a negative emotion.  "EFT can assist physical healing by resolving underlying energetic or emotional contributors."

It's often a jaw dropping experience to witness these "impossible" recoveries and I invite progressive physicians to explore EFT Tapping as a major healing tool. Many physicians are integrating Tapping into their medical practices.

We start by tapping on the karate chop point (KC).  I use the tips of all four fingers of right hand to tap the outside of left hand. Use the same pressure you would use if you were tapping on a table to make a drumming sound. Tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap. If you have long fingernails, use the pads near the end of your fingers to tap.

The eyebrow points (EB) are located at the beginning of the eyebrow, nearest the center of the face. 

The side of the eye points (SE) are located on the bone at the side of the eye. It’s not so close to the eye that it feels like you’re poking yourself, and not so far away that you are tapping at the temple. 

The under the eye points (UE) are on the bone located under the eye about even with the pupils. 

The under the nose point (UN) is roughly midway between the bottom of the nose and the top of the lip. 

The chin point (Ch) is not really on the chin; it is mid-way between the bottom of the lower lip and the chin, in that indentation area. 

The collarbone spots (CB) are located about one inch down and over towards the outside of where a man would tie his tie. 

The under the arm point (UA) is located about 4 inches below the armpit. 

Use the fingertips on one or both hands to tap the top of the head point (TOH) . Tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap.

The above Tapping (EFT) points are the physical locations.  There is a EFT process that we use in conjunction with this physical tapping points.  We explore the negative emotions, check the response to the negative emotions, explore a more positive response, and then reinforce the new emotional response.

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