Tuesday, February 8, 2011

EFT in Review

Last weekend I took an EFT class at my Mother's house. I had done a one on one class with her a few years ago, which, incredible! I laughed, cried, danced, had visions; serious emotional release. This past weekend I attended a class with three other ladies, all who experienced amazing changes during our afternoon. Not familiar with EFT? Here's a blurb written by the lady herself, my healer-Mom, Rhonda.

EFT is often referred to as emotional acupuncture only without the needles.
The theory behind EFT is that unresolved negative emotions are major contributors to most physical pain and disease. EFT is a simple, fast way to clear out the emotions that are disrupting your body’s energies by gently tapping on acupuncture points while focusing on your specific physical or emotional problem. It has been found to be amazingly effective for providing relief from phobias, fears, addictions, and an extraordinary range of problems. With EFT you can release the emotions surrounding major traumas without having to relive them. Often you can experience relief in a single session as opposed to months or even years of "talk therapy."
Almost anyone can quickly learn to release the stuck emotions that prevent them from experiencing health and happiness and achieving their goals in life. Many amazing results have been achieved by using EFT with children and pets. You can use EFT for just about everything from the common cold to cancer, and you use the same basic procedure for relieving a fear of public speaking as you do for improving your golf score or reducing pain. You can learn to tap away a bad mood, the pain in your back, or a craving for chocolate in just minutes!

Cool! In our class, we learned the basic tapping points, phrase options, the Choices Method, the Movie method, and much more. One lady had chronic pain issues, and since our class, she has not experienced any pain! Isn't that amazing? Now, I will say that some issues may take a little more effort. For instance, if you were robbed at gunpoint, you may have to tap through the experience several times to release. Why? It's like peeling the layers of an onion. You were probably frightened by the experience, angered, experienced loss, violated. You may be experiencing after effects, such as fear of going out in public (if that's where it occurred), fear of strangers, etc. Forgiveness is also important, and it's always a good idea to clear difficult situations with a forgiveness release. However, each round of tapping will reduce the emotional connection to the experience, making it easier and easier to think about, until at some point you can think of the experience without experiencing strong emotion. Then, you have released it. I have used EFT to eliminate headaches, release emotions surrounding the failing health of my Grandma, issues pertaining to my cancer, depression, food inhibitions, etc. Here's a video from my second favorite EFT guru, Brad Yates


EFT is a great tool for releasing emotional blockages, curing allergies, and can even help deal with behavioral problems with your pets! Here are a few of my favorite links:

EFT For the Health and Well Being of Our Pets
EFT for Allergy Relief
Empower Your Affirmations With EFT

To learn more about EFT, sign up for Rhonda (mommy's) class here.

Have you tried EFT? What was your experience? If you haven't tried it, are you willing to?

1 comment:

  1. I am so grateful to EFT, it is wonderful to be able to help people let go of their pain, grief, anger, depression...whatever it is that keeps them from really enjoying life!


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