This article describes the techniques, how EFT is taught in a workshop setting, and provides case examples. The clinical benefits of EFT and future research directions are discussed.
I think that every practitioner who uses EFT as a tool for helping another person heal, finds themselves being asked two important questions; what is EFT and how does EFT work? We each find our own way to build a bridge to describe EFT, either as a stress reduction technique, that it’s a form of emotional acupuncture without needles, or that it’s an energy healing technique or perhaps spoke of as a form of imaginal exposure that is paired with midbrain hyper-arousal and subsequent counter-conditioning through percussive acupoint stimulation. Well, maybe not too many use the latter explanation, though it certainly can be found described that way accurately.
Just what is EFT Tapping? That is the very question New Spirit Journal editor asks Alina Frank and Craig Weiner in this interview that reaches extensively throughout the Pacific Northwest. The interviews touches on not only what EFT is, but the personal journey of these two international EFT trainers that brought them to EFT Tapping… Read More »
How do you describe just what you do? How to do you explain EFT to people in a way that they will quickly understand and relate to? Your elevator speech is how you explain what you do and you need to people able to do it simply and powerfully. In this EFT Mastering Business Acumen… Read More »