Welcome to Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)
EFT is a mind/body technique and is a gentle way to release and clear negative or blocked energy within your physical or energy body.
The system is based on an important discovery that a thought or memory from trauma, stress, shock, emotional pain or past programming can cause a disruption and blockages in the electromagnetic energy system of the body.
The Technique gently removes the emotional change from the memory, thought or concept which could also be self-sabotage or blocks to success. The energy flow is then corrected and restored to natural balance.
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WHERE EFT ORIGINATES
The technique can be traced back to a 5,000 year old healing tradition and has been described as a psychological form of acupuncture. This has its roots in ancient Chinese Medicine and the modern day system of Applied Kinesiology.
Gary Craig, having trained with Roger Callahan, brought Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) very generously to the World. EFT is also known as EFT Tapping, Meridian Tapping or one of the Tapping Techniques and is under the umbrella of Energy Psychology.
Dr Roger Callahan PhD, an American psychologist, made a key discovery upon which all later meridian tapping methods are based. Dr Callahan found that if a person is focusing on a specific fear at the time they tapped, that fear could be removed, often permanently. He developed a complete system and named it Thought Field Therapy (TFT).
Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D
According to physicist and author of The Biology of Belief, Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D, EFT is also a way to ‘supercharge’ deep emotional healing. This is because it reprograms negative belief patterns to more life-affirming ones. Most of the time we are not aware of the negative beliefs we hold as adults, many of which were formed in childhood. Yet these beliefs can and do contribute to the development of diseases like cancer as we age.
Bruce Lipton metaphorically equates the subconscious mind to a tape player: “Tape players are not good or bad. The programs (that they play) can be good and can be bad. You have to learn how to push the record button to change the program in the subconscious mind.”
According to Bruce Lipton, practicing EFT tapping allows us to ‘push the record button’ on our subconscious mind and replace negative belief systems and patterns with healthy ones. This is what you will learn to do on the EFT courses. For more information, visit www.brucelipton.com.
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