EFT which stands for Emotional Freedom Technique is something that the mainstream is unaware of. Those of us familiar with EFT refer to it as tapping. Scientists refer to it as psychological acupuncture.
This is a topic that I have featured on my FitTalk Show with Brad Yates. EFT is not new agey hocus pocus. It is something that doctors and scientists have said proven is reliable and proven technique.
The technique combines gentle tapping on pressure points while focusing on particular emotions and thoughts.
Psychologist Dr Peta Stapleton, an academic title holder in Griffith University’s School of Medicine, specializes in the management of eating disorders. Her research has shown the impact EFT has on food cravings was almost immediate and long lasting. Food cravings significantly reduced after just four, two-hour sessions and were maintained at a six-month follow-up.
According to Dr. Stapleton, “Participants in the trial were surprised by how quickly the technique works — that it doesn’t take a lot of time to eliminate food cravings they may have had for many years,”
EFT is often incorporated with the Law of Attraction which is all part of overcoming resistance or limiting beliefs.
There are some great EFT resources out by master EFT practitioners such as Brad Yates and Carol Look.
Check out this great program by Carol Look and Bob Doyle on how to use EFT and the Law of Attraction to break free of the limiting beliefs that hold you back from achieving what you want.
There is a documentary on the healing powers of “Meridian Tapping”, aka EFT which features the world’s leading EFT experts. Click on the banner below to learn more and see the movie trailer.
Source: Science Daily