EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques.
It’s also known as Meridian Tapping or just plain tapping.
EFT is developed to give everyone an effective tool that empowers deep and lasting breakthroughs in emotional and physical challenges.
You literally tap, gently with your fingers, on specific acupressure points, while focusing your attention first on the problem (to release it), and then focusing on the solution (to install it into your neurology).
Why Use EFT?
The number one reason is it’s simple and immediately usable by anyone.
The beauty of EFT is that once you learn it, you can do wherever you go, wherever you may find yourself. Whenever you need to shift out of a bad feeling, or state, or habit, towards where you want to be, you just tap.
Joann Dunsing uses EFT, along with hypnosis and NLP, with her clients who come to her for help with weight loss, smoking cessation, anxiety, phobias, fertility and stress.
EFT can help to stop pain, negative emotions, habits, or patterns of thinking. Tapping can also be use to “install” or “reprogram” the positive outcomes you want into your unconscious mind in a similar way to hypnosis. But unlike hypnosis, which typically requires a licensed practitioner, tapping is something you can do immediately when and where a challenge may arise. You can also do it with your eyes wide open and right in the middle of pretty much any activity.
Who’s Using EFT?
Who isn’t?! Did you see the recent segment on Dr. Oz? If Dr. Oz is talking about EFT, you know it has to be pretty main stream. You can take a look at “The Tapping Solution,” CEO Nick Ortner, or read the blog post about Joann’s meeting with Nick on his book promotion tour.
Did you tap along? How do you feel? Would you like to practice some more, or want to see another transformational experience? This one is in two parts, but once you see the first video, you’ll want to know how it ends. Watch Nick Ortner, CEO of The Tapping Solution, do EFT with a complete stranger, in front of a live audience, and help her banish a literal knot she’s had in her stomach for several years. And tap along!
Still need more instruction or convincing about EFT and tapping’s effectiveness? Here’s Nick Ortner talking with his sister, Jessica Ortner: