The EFT-Wikipedia Controversy Continues. The assumption is, that because Wikipedia is “crowd-sourced,” meaning this site is written and edited by unpaid volunteers, and is continually being amended, updated with supposedly the most current news and research, that it is a valid and unbiased source of information. And that is just where this controversy regarding EFT and Wikipedia begins. (I also need to offer that EFT is far from being the only subject of a non-neutral POV).
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.
Professor Tony Stewart recently found his image being shown around the world, literally. Suddenly, he was an EFT Research rockstar after a BBC and Daily Mail report was broadcast regarding the EFT Tapping work he was doing in a national health care clinic in the U.K. At first, the buzz was everywhere! Tapping sites lit… Read More »
The Science of EFT. There is no question to those who practice and or receive EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) works. The real questions are how does it work, how well is its effectiveness supported by the scientific research, how will it be effectively explained to reach the masses and how can it continue to be… Read More »