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EFT ~ Tapping

Emotional freedom technique (EFT) is a short alternative therapy to solve physical pain and emotional problems. EFT is also known as tapping or acupressure.

Though still being researched, EFT tapping has been used to treat people with  anxiety  and people with  post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) .

This technique was founded in the 1990's by Gary Craig, a Stanford Engineer. He was deeply sorry to see that Vietnam veterans were not able to get rid of nightmares and post-traumatic stress despite strong medication and significant psychological support. He had the idea not to "take out" the subject's trauma, but rather to find the way to disconnect the sensations and feelings of the memory by relying on the Chinese meridans while saying specific short sentences. Practicing EFT, Gary Craig quickly achieved excellent results beyond his expectations. He tried the experiment on other psychological conditions and traumas. One after the other, he achieved the same level of success. He then decided to make a protocol and offer it to the world.

EFT is a short therapy, opposite to classic psychological therapies lasting years - An average of 2 to 5 EFT sessions resolve the majority of traumas. 

An advantage over other conventional therapies, EFT never revives the traumatic event, the origin of a phobia, a fear, a blockage. We stop a few moments before the event.

 

A telling example of the benefits of EFT. A woman who would have suffered rape in her early childhood will be able after doing EFT to tell you this moment of life with detachment as if she were telling a movie.

it is not even mandatory to remember the specific trauma to understand a pain, a phobia, a fear... 

It's just magical! I'm not asking you to believe me.  Try it! 

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