EFT (Tapping) is the abbreviation for Emotional Freedom Technique, a technique based on the thousands of years old Acupressure combined with affirmations.
Every emotion is a kind of disturbance in your emotional life, your body and mind. Emotions determine your behavior and well-being, pleasant emotions make you happy, you feel good, negative emotions make you feel unwell and even develop complaints. With EFT you can easily convert negative emotions into positive ones or neutralize them for good. Change your feelings and therefore your behavior and well-being!
Tap yourself to Emotional Freedom!
By tapping, tapping the 9 acupuncture points (meridians) and repeating affirmations aimed at the emotional blocks many times in a row, you are basically knocking away your problems. It all sounds a bit wonderful and it is, it is a very powerful technique that you can do yourself, but also with friends, your partner or your children! I am very much in favor of involving children as early as possible in techniques such as EFT, Yoga and Meditation. For example, they learn at a young age that you do not have to walk around with problems, but that you can decide for yourself whether you are bothered or not.
EFT was developed by Gary Craig in 1995. Skeptics did not believe in it and have long tried to thwart it, but time has shown that it turns out to be a powerful technique that no one can and wants to ignore!
When setting up an EFT round, it is important that during the session you hold high importance that you; Love yourself, accept yourself as you are and accept yourself despite your problem / habit / pain. You agree with yourself that you are deep down, so your subconscious mind loves you and accepts yourself.
If you use this basic idea it is easier to really get to your deepest feeling, neutralize it and solve it. This can be something in the present, but it can also be something that happened a long time ago or is still present and regularly arises, consciously or unconsciously. It may feel weird at first, but it could also help you!
We always start with a ‘negative round’ in which you deepen your problem and then a ‘positive round’ in which you wil start to feel as if your problem has been solved. Ask me about it!