How we each process information about our environment, especially other people, is a process of risk evaluation. Our brains are designed to evaluate risk, danger and safety. In all new situations, our sensory organs immediately begin an observational process that makes a determination of whether it is safe to engage or whether we should get out of Dodge. This process is initiated by our sense organs, which then communicates with lightning speed to our brain, central and peripheral nervous system which then informs the rest of our body through electrical signals and chemical messengers, directing us towards the next action required to keep us safe. Stephen Porges has termed this process of perception and evaluation “neuroception.” He defines this process as “how neural circuits distinguish whether situations or people are safe, dangerous or life threatening”.
In this video, Alina Frank explains the Movie Technique for EFT Hub TV. The Movie Technique, as created by Gary Craig, the EFT founder, is a very gentle EFT tapping technique that is useful for qualified professional practitioners who may be working with clients who have lived through emotionally charged or traumatic experiences.
Gary Craig is the founder of the Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). In this rare audio interview, he is joined by Change Your Mind! Transformational Dialogue Radio host, Dr Craig Weiner. Together they explore a personal perspective on the origins and inspiration for EFT’s creation, his current view on the practice of EFT and his vision… Read More »