EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique, and it is sometimes also called Meridian Tapping. We interviewed Robin Friedman about EFT in this webinar, and you can sign up for the replay below:

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It is a simple to learn, powerful technique where you tap on meridian points of the face and body while saying affirmations about something that bothers you.

This clears the energy system of the block and often the issue that bothered you will lose the emotional intensity.

EFT works by calming the fight-or-flight response in the brain, and reducing the stress hormone cortisol.

The Emotional Freedom TechniqueWhat this means for us, in practical daily life, is that we have a simple way to change how we feel about an emotionally charged situation.

It is a gentle yet empowering way of changing how you feel about:

  • Fatigue
  • Being overwhelmed
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Anger
  • Pain
  • Illness
  • Other emotions and feelings

Robin teaches us how to do EFT, lead us all through a tapping session, and sharing many online free resources.

Once you learn it, you will have an invaluable tool. It is free, it is always available at your fingertips, and there are no negative side effects.

You can tap for yourself, to relieve your own stress, you can tap surrogately for your child, to relive their stress, and you can also teach your child how to tap for themselves.

Tapping can work without any speaking, or even if you don’t believe it will work.

 

Robin Friedman is a Certified EFT Practitioner, Certified Hypnotherapist and Life Coach, residing in Weston CT and Portland OR.  She loves helping people find practical tools that they can use on their own to literally transform their life. Her website is www.EnergyToolsForDailyLiving.com. She has monthly a monthly online Tapping Circle Meetup, and an Energy Tools Study Group as well.

Date & Time

  • Thursday, June 23, 2016 1:00 pm