EFT EMOTIONALLY FOCUSSEDTHERAPY AND ITS BENEFITS
EFT combines the instinctive use of    touch with the principles of           acupuncture.
Instead of using needles to stimulate  and manipulate the body’s Chi, an EFT practitioner uses the fingertips  to stimulat...
In fact, the EFT practitioner willdirect you where you can tap at yourown body, as EFT is easier than youthink and, furthe...
Now, we all know that the mind andthe body work together and it’s hardto draw a hard and fast line between               t...
What happens to the brain affects    the body and vice versa.
When we untap a bad memory, this often stimulates a flow of negative   energy, which we perceive as a  negative emotion su...
EFT aims to stimulate the right   meridians and release positiveenergy that will swamp the negative   energy and thus over...
The key areas are tapped in apredetermined sequence, and eachplace is tapped seven times during    one round of the sequen...
As well as using pressure on key areas  of the body, EFT also uses positive              affirmations.
We’ve discussed the power of positive affirmations and how they work to          change thinking.
But when a positive affirmation isused in conjunction with the power   of touch, you’ve got a potent           combination.
You’ve got both the mind (therepetition of the affirmation) and thebody (touching or tapping on the key areas of the body)...
People have managed to apply theprinciples of EFT in a range of areas,      from counselling to sports             perform...
EFT ties in particularly well with the    principles of hypnotherapy, as affirmations implanted in the deep    part of the...
What’s more, hypnotherapy often uses  regression to explore and uncover negative memories, and using EFT   techniques can ...
Of course, you can apply the principles     of EFT by yourself while fully    conscious – you can even do it at           ...
Learn more about EFT and        Hypnotherapy atpositivetranceformations.com.au
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http://positivetranceformations.com.au/blog/eft-what-is-it/ Most of us instinctively know the soothing power of touch to calm and steady emotions. EFT combines tapping key areas of the body in a set order in combination with positive affirmations, making it particularly potent. It is suitable for use in conjunction with hypnotherapy when treating a range of problems.

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  1. 1. EFT EMOTIONALLY FOCUSSEDTHERAPY AND ITS BENEFITS
  2. 2. EFT combines the instinctive use of touch with the principles of acupuncture.
  3. 3. Instead of using needles to stimulate and manipulate the body’s Chi, an EFT practitioner uses the fingertips to stimulate the body’s meridians and produce the desired effects.
  4. 4. In fact, the EFT practitioner willdirect you where you can tap at yourown body, as EFT is easier than youthink and, furthermore, some of the key meridian spots are in rather sensitive areas, such as in the armpit, which are most of us aremore comfortable touching ourselves rather than letting another person touch.
  5. 5. Now, we all know that the mind andthe body work together and it’s hardto draw a hard and fast line between them.
  6. 6. What happens to the brain affects the body and vice versa.
  7. 7. When we untap a bad memory, this often stimulates a flow of negative energy, which we perceive as a negative emotion such as stress, anxiety, grief, anger and so forth.
  8. 8. EFT aims to stimulate the right meridians and release positiveenergy that will swamp the negative energy and thus overcome the negative emotion.
  9. 9. The key areas are tapped in apredetermined sequence, and eachplace is tapped seven times during one round of the sequence.
  10. 10. As well as using pressure on key areas of the body, EFT also uses positive affirmations.
  11. 11. We’ve discussed the power of positive affirmations and how they work to change thinking.
  12. 12. But when a positive affirmation isused in conjunction with the power of touch, you’ve got a potent combination.
  13. 13. You’ve got both the mind (therepetition of the affirmation) and thebody (touching or tapping on the key areas of the body) at work to dispel the negative energy.
  14. 14. People have managed to apply theprinciples of EFT in a range of areas, from counselling to sports performance.
  15. 15. EFT ties in particularly well with the principles of hypnotherapy, as affirmations implanted in the deep part of the mind accessed by a hypnotic trance are particularly effective.
  16. 16. What’s more, hypnotherapy often uses regression to explore and uncover negative memories, and using EFT techniques can help a person get through the regression and to release or dispel the negative emotions triggered by the experience.
  17. 17. Of course, you can apply the principles of EFT by yourself while fully conscious – you can even do it at home!
  18. 18. Learn more about EFT and Hypnotherapy atpositivetranceformations.com.au

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