EFT – Breaking through negative emotions, resolving traumas and creating health and well-being.
The cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body’s energy field
~ Gary Craig
EFT is a highly effective self help tool developed by Stanford engineer and performance coach Gary Craig. Craig had studied with Dr. Roger Callahan, a psychologist who had borrowed upon the ancient 6,000 year old energy meridian points from Chinese Medicine, using it to cure phobias. He called it Thought Field Therapy (TFT).
Gary Craig decided to simplify the method and call it Emotional Freedom Techniques or simply EFT. It has proven effective in enhancing the body’s ability to change behavior patterns, overcome negative beliefs and eliminate stress.
EFT is also referred to as energy tapping, psychological acupuncture or emotional acupressure because you are using fingers, not needles, to tap on various meridian points while thinking of your problem, pain or challenge, physical or emotional. It is said that 1 hour of EFT is equivalent to 100 hours of talk therapy.
With EFT you release stuck energy and remove traumas that have been frozen in time in your subconscious or energy field to later cause illness, pain, addictions, stress, anxiety, anger and depression.
All over the world thousands of doctors, psychologists, personal development coaches and therapists use or recommend EFT. It is being used in children’s cancer wards in Mexico, for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the military as well as professional sports teams for peak performance training. I have also experienced great success with clients overcoming blocks to moving forward in life whether that be career, relationships or quality of life.
Gary Craig said, “You can tap on anything!” and in my experience I have found this to be true from not only physical pain and disease but also emotional pain.
After one session with a client with overwhelming performance nerves which affected the quality of her voice and her being present in her performances:
The gig was AWESOME!!! I had a truly wonderful time. There were nerves but they were so mild by comparison and I started having fun from the very first song. So grateful to you.~ Lynda Collins