Emotional Freedom Techniques Tap Into Your Own Healing Power
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Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as Tapping, is a powerful holistic healing technique. Clinically proven to effectively resolve a range of issues, including PTSD in veteran. Here’s one study where PTSD symptoms were reduced by 50% in a group of veterans.
Once a Soldier supports including EFT as a non-pharma treatmension for veterans and veteran families suffering from PTSD. It is the fast-acting, multi-symptom killer we need right now.
Tapping is a simple technique that uses your own two hands to give you the same benefits experienced by using acupuncture. This blog post will show you how to self-administer EFT.
Tapping therapy is based on the combined principles of ancient Chinese acupressure and modern psychology. Tapping with the fingertips on specific meridian endpoints of the body, while focusing on negative emotions or physical sensations, helps to calm the nervous system, rewire the brain to respond in healthier ways, and restore the body’s balance of energy.
Tapping makes full use of the mind-body connection, acknowledging and integrating the concepts that physical pain, disease, and mental well-being are intricately connected to our emotional states.
The body is equipped with an energy system that travels along pathways known as meridians. Tapping on these meridian endpoints helps to stimulate this system, and when verbally or mentally addressing the root causes of distress, the areas of blocked energy are able to release and flow naturally.
The basic Tapping technique requires you to focus on the negative emotion at hand – a fear, a worry, a bad memory, an unresolved problem, or anything that’s bothering you. While maintaining your mental focus on this issue, you use your fingertips to tap 5-7 times on each of the 9 specific meridian points of the body.
Tapping on these meridian points in sequence while concentrating on the negative emotions engages both the brain’s limbic system and the body’s energy system, encouraging a sense of safety and resolution. And as the scientific field of epigenetics is proving, when you change your internal environment – your emotions and beliefs – external changes in your mental & physical health will follow.
In some ways, Tapping is similar to acupuncture. Like Tapping, acupuncture achieves healing through stimulating the body’s meridians and energy flow. However, unlike Tapping, acupuncture involves needles! “No needles” is definitely one of the advantages of Tapping!
Tapping is simple and painless. It can be learned by anyone, and you can apply it to yourself whenever you want, wherever you are. It can be used with a specific emotional intent towards your own unique life challenges and experiences. Most importantly, Tapping gives you the power to heal yourself, putting control over your destiny back into your own hands.
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If you are not aware of this new promising therapy for vets suffering with PTSD you will want to check into it, SGB- Stellate ganglion block therapy. The news show 60 Minutes ran a fascinating story about it on June 12.
Could a simple shot be a breakthrough treatment for PTSD?
SGB- Stellate ganglion block therapy has helped a number of soldiers deal with PTSD
I’m not aware of it. Will Google. Thank you. I have personally gone through some Tapping training and in the two mintues or so it took me to complete the process, I felt like I just got a massage.
I had some time to review this procedure, and it does look promising. Can you tell me what your experience has been with it? Thanks.