EFT and Integrated Energy Techniques
EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) also known as Tapping, was created by Gary Craig, a Stanford engineer in the 1990s. EFT has been described as “emotional acupuncture, but without the needles” – an ancient eastern practice combined with modern psychology. It involves tapping on the end points of meridians on the face, hand and upper body while using language to focus the mind and body on a negative emotion, belief, pain or stressor.
The sequence is very easily learnt and can be taken away from sessions as a self-help tool – with guidance on how to use it for your particular issue. It is wonderful to have this stress relieving practice always at your fingertips.
As we tap on the meridian points, an energetic signal is sent along the pathway which clears the block and restores the free flow of the energy. This results in relief of stress and negative emotions and allows the mind to let go of often long-held negative beliefs and ways of perceiving a problem – therefore new thought and solutions present themselves. This will have a positive impact on fears, phobias, limiting beliefs, and traumatic memories among many other possible benefits. Relief from physical symptoms such as pain is also possible.
Integrated energy techniques, (as taught by Founding Masters Sue Beer and Emma Roberts), include the use of EFT, NLP, Ericksonian hypnosis and other psychospiritual approaches. These powerful techniques when combined, facilitate faster and deeper change in the unconscious mind.
NLP (Neurolinguistic programming) is fundamentally the dynamic between the mind (neuro) and language (linguistic) and how these two together affect our bodies and behaviour (programming).
For many years I had an understanding of the sources of my anxieties and stress in life and tried many ways to change them, but nothing seemed to have any lasting effect. When I was introduced to EFT in 2007, I had a powerful experience of how this technique impacts the subconscious mind. My healing took off at that point, and I have not looked back.
I invite you to contact me to arrange an informal 20 minute chat about how I may be able to help and support you with these wonderful techniques. During our chat (with no commitment) we can explore what you would like to achieve through doing this work.