What is EFT?
EFT is a form of psychological acupressure that uses a gentle tapping technique instead of needles to stimulate traditional Chinese acupuncture points. The tapping on the designated points on the face and body is combined with verbalizing the identified problem followed by a general affirmation phrase. Combining these ingredients of the EFT technique balances the energy system and appears to relieve psychological stress and physical pain. Restoring the balance of the energy system allows the body and mind to resume their natural healing abilities. EFT is safe, easy to apply, and is non-invasive.
EFT Tapping Points
Download the EFT Tapping Points PDF file showing all the EFT Tapping Point.
Top 10 Tapping Tips
I have compiled a list of my favorite tapping tips that have had a dramatic influence on my work and results with clients. Use any that work for you, but I highly recommend trying them all, especially the ultra simple ones.
Download the 13-page EFT Directions PDF file and learn all the basics of tapping including EFT Tapping Points, Intensity Scale, Specific Events, How to Find Your FET Target, the Tell the Storey Technique, Sample EFT Exercise, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions About EFT
Where do I begin? How can a single treatment method address such a variety of issues? Are there any contraindications to using EFT? Is there anything that prevents EFT from working? Can I treat myself?
Frequently Asked Questions About EFT (Audio)
EFT Master, Carol Look will spend an hour answering many of the frequently asked questions about EFT. So often, beginner as well as advanced practitioners feel confused or have questions about practicing EFT that cause them to get in their own way. Have you ever wondered why EFT practitioners don’t use the finger points anymore, or why the 9-gamut technique isn’t used very often, or whether using one or both sides of the body is better? Listen in while Carol asks and answers the most common questions she hears about EFT and make your practice more effective.