Are your negative thoughts blocking you from living a happy life? Free the blockage with Emotional Freedom Technique and benefit from the therapy.
Emotional Freedom Technique (or EFT for short) is a form of therapy that has its roots in ancient Chinese practices such as acupuncture. While supporters of the technique and skeptics of it do not agree on its overall effectiveness, many people who use it feel a genuine improvement in both their physical and emotional states after the therapy has occurred. Therefore, many people who are in counseling also use this technique as a means of increasing the possibility of helping people recover from their problems.
The technique is quite unique in its own right because it does not require a skilled person to administer the therapy. While that is certainly the most desirable setting, the therapy is relatively easy to learn and can be performed by a person on themselves. This allows people who are accustomed to using the therapy an opportunity to use it as needed, regardless of whether or not a therapist is nearby.
EFT is performed by having the person in question think about the things that are causing emotional turmoil while a tapping motion is performed on specific parts of the body. These points are referred to as meridians, including points on the head, chest, hands and feet.
The tapping motion is done to release blocked energy within the body. The procedure can be repeated as many time as necessary in order for the person who is receiving the therapy to benefit from it. Again, this can be performed by a qualified therapist or by the individual who is receiving the therapy.
The goal of this type of therapy is to stop the flow of negative emotions. It is thought that negative energy sometimes gets blocked inside the body, effectively preventing the flow of positive emotions, stopping them from being allowed to move about freely.
The tapping motion that is associated with EFT frees the blockages, allowing the negative emotions to flow out of the body. This paves the way for positive emotions to replace the negative ones, thus allowing the individual in question to benefit from the therapy.