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If you doubt the above claim, I can't  blame you. In fact, when I first learned about EFT, I was just as skeptical. 

The above claim is from a magazine advertisement from an EFT  workshop I attended with twenty other well trained and respected therapist who all, incidentally, were as skeptical as me.

We all left convinced of EFT’s effectiveness and excited to offer our patients a self-help tool that could help them find relief, rapidly and easily—even if was’t completely endorsed by the medical establishment.  

That was 10 years ago!  And I’m glad, today, that I was open enough to try something new.

I cannot count the number of my clients that  have benefitted from learning about EFT.

Today, EFT is now taught in psychology classes of major universities and has been endorsed by Holistic Researches, such as Deepak Chopra, MD and Daniel J. Benor, MD.

It's being used confidently by thousands of therapist .

EFT is truly amazing and has many applications.

EFT is an emotional healing technique (trauma, PTSD, phobias, grief, anger, guilt, anxiety,etc.) which is also capable of dramatically relieving many physical symptoms (pain, headaches, asthma and more).  

It frequently provides relief where other technqiues fail and as a high success rate (typically 80% or better).

EFT was developed by Gary Craig, a California based engineer and personal performance coach and is founded on the seminal work of psychologist Roger Callahan’s Thought Field Therapy (TFT).

It’s based on a revolutionary new discovery that violates most of the beliefs within conventional psychology.  It contends that the cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body’s energy system.  In essence, it is like a psychological version of acupuncture, except that needles are not used.

Instead, specific meridian points are tapped with the fingertips while the person is “tuned in” to the issue.  With remarkable consistency, EFT relieves symptoms by this seemingly strange (but scientific) routine.

The tapping serves to balance the energy meridians which become disrupted when the client thinks about an emotionally disturbing issue.  Once balanced, the client cannot get upset about the circumstance again.  The actual memory stays, but the negative charge of the experience is resolved as a natural consequence of the healing method. 

If you are suffering with a long-standing emotional problem or you would just like to learn a self-help tool that can help you relieve stress and improve you coping ability, you should definitely try EFT

EFT only takes a couple of minutes at most to do and is very easy to learn.

Once you learn EFT you will have a self-help tool for life that you can use anytime you are having a problem.