Sunday, 18 July 2010

How do you do this EFT thing?

What do you know already about EFT? Have you seen anyone "tapping"? Maybe you've seen Paul McKenna using it. Or Dr Carol Look, Dr Pat Carrington? It's been described as one of the most important tools for change and I can believe it because I've seen it work in many different situations.

EFT was developed by the master, Gary Craig - the original version and complete training can be found at his website He has vast resources there, for those of you who want to study it in detail and maybe become EFT practitioners yourselves. I am going to teach you a shortcut version here, which I've had extraordinary results with.

As Gary says, "EFT is based on new discoveries regarding the connection between your body's subtle energies, your emotions, and your health. EFT has been reported successful in thousands of cases covering a huge range of emotional, health and performance issues. It often works where nothing else will."

First he teaches that all negative emotions and behaviors, and many of the physical discomforts that they cause, are the result of disruptions to your body's energy system. Think of your body like a computer - to run smoothly the hardware and software have to work together to create good connections. If there's a disruption in the connections, you get an error message which stops you in your tracks till it's fixed.

EFT works on the disruptions in your body's energy system. It's like reprogramming your computer so that it can run properly again.

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