What If I Don’t Want to Say It Out Loud?

There are times when we just don’t want to talk about events that have happened but they still hold an emotional charge for us. Maybe it’s too personal to talk about to anyone else. Maybe it’s just too hard to say the words. So how do we get beyond these emotions to neutralize them? How… Read more »

9 Gamut Procedure

While first studying Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), I read about a process called the 9 Gamut Procedure that EFT Founder Gary Craig included in the “Full” Basic Recipe. It involved tapping on a point on the back of the hand while concentrating on the issue and going through 9 ‘interesting’ steps. I learned that it… Read more »

Personal Peace

The name just sounds relaxing, right? Personal Peace. What a great goal. With Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), or Tapping, personal peace is available to you, using simple yet profoundly powerful methods. EFT Founder Gary Craig created the Personal Peace Procedure to help us clear out years and years of small and not so small negative… Read more »

Sneaking Up on the Problem

What if we have an emotional problem that feels really big, maybe too big to even say the words out loud, even to ourselves? There are several Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) that are great ways to help in this situation. These techniques have been provided by Gary Craig, the founder of EFT. One of them… Read more »

Borrowing Benefits

Yet another very cool thing about EFT: you don’t even have to be working individually on an issue with an EFT coach. Simply by tapping along with someone else who is tapping on their issue, you receive the benefits of tapping for yourself! Say you are watching a video of someone tapping on their back… Read more »

A Brief History of EFT, In a Nutshell…

While Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) have not been around as long as acupuncture, one of the main components of EFT is the gentle tapping on those same energy lines, or meridians, used in acupuncture and acupressure. No needles! Yay! When combined with some current psychotherapies, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Exposure Therapy, this tapping… Read more »