EFT Emotinal Freedom Techniques

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The list of individuals who contributed to the development of EFT can never be complete because most of them lived over 5,000 years ago. Those are the brilliant physicians who discovered and mapped the centerpiece of EFT, namely, the subtle energies that course through our bodies. These subtle energies are also the centerpiece of acupuncture and, as a result, EFT and acupuncture are cousins. Both disciplines are growing rapidly here in the West and, as time unfolds, they are destined to have a primary role in emotional and physical healing....

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  1. GOS ~,>-, " HTS L Gary Craig >-.", "EFT offers g r MD - Deepak C hopra,
  2. " Food u sed t o b e full o f fear for me. My g randparents kept large a nd terrifying d ogs u nder t he t able. I u sed EFT on t he c hildhood memories, and regained t he pleasure o f eating. A life o f deprivation and anxiety disappears after a few minutes of EFT, it 's almost infuriating! " A ccording t o new scientific studies. EFT is o f g reat value in helping p eople attain and maintain their g oal weight. That's because it doesn't rely on diets or restrictions, b ut takes aim the emotional issues that underlie food cravings. overeating, and undereating. This book teaches you the essentials o f EFT, and then shows you h ow t o a pp ly this breakthrough m ethod t o eating disorders. I t's p acked with stories from therapists and coaches w ho h elped their clients overcome lifetime eating problems with EFT. It shows you the strategies and inSights they used t o h elp even the most difficult cases. O nce the emotional blocks t o a healthy w eight and healthy eating habits are discovered. and removed with EFT. weight shifts naturally. So - 048-3 d on 't let these o ld p roblems stand between 5 1495 > you and your ideal body; learn EFT and discover h ow effortless it can b e t o release the past. and claim a healthier future . w ww.EFTUniverse.com
  3. T he R evolutionary T echnique f or C onquering E motional O vereating, C ravings, Bingeing, E ating D isorders, a nd S elf-Sabotage F eaturing R eports f rom E FT P ractioners, I nstructors, S tudents, a nd U sers b y G ary C raig www.EFTUniverse.com
  4. E nergy P sychology P ress P .O. B ox 4 42, F ulton, C A 9 5439 w ww.energypsychologypress.com C ataloging-in-Publication D ata C raig, G ary, 1 940- EFT f or w eight l oss: t he r evolutionary t echnique f or c onquering e motional o vereating, c ravings, b ingeing, e ating d isorders, a nd self- sabotage / b y G ary C raig a nd E FT p ractitioners, i nstructors, s tudents, a nd u sers. - 1st e d. p .cm. I ncludes i ndex. I SBN 9 78-1-60415-048-3 1. W eight L oss. 2. D iet-Psychological A spects. 3 . M ind a nd b ody. 4 . S elf-help. I . T itle. © 2 010 G ary C raig, w ww.EFTUniverse.com T he i nformation in this book m ay n ot be used as a substitute for medical advice o r t reatment. T he a uthor a nd p ublisher u rge t he r eader t o use these t echniques u nder t he s upervision o f a licensed mental health professional o r p hysician, a nd t hey a ssume n o liability, actual o r implied, for a ny al- leged d amage t o a ny p erson as a result o f u sing these techniques. N o p art o f t his b ook is i ntended t o d iagnose o r t reat a ny p articular p erson o r d isease, a nd n o p art o f t his b ook is i ntended a s m edical a dvice. All r ights r eserved. N o p art o f t his publication may b e r eproduced, s tored in a retrieval system, o r t ransmitted in a ny form o r b y a ny means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording, o r o therwise, w ithout p rior w ritten p ermission from E nergy P sychology Press, w ith t he e xception o f s hort e xcerpts u sed w ith a cknowledgement o f p ublisher a nd a uthor. " Emotional F reedom T echniques" is a r egistered t rademark b elonging to G ary C raig a nd is used u nder license by E nergy P sychology Press. C over d esign b y V ictoria V alentine E diting b y C J P uotinen a nd T ina C raig T ypesetting b y K arin K insey T ypeset i n C ochin a nd A dobe G aramond P rinted i n U SA b y B ang P rinting F irst E dition 1 098765432
  5. I mportant n ote: W hile E FT ( Emotional F reedom T echniques) h as p roduced r emarkable c linical r esults, i t m ust s till b e c onsidered t o b e i n t he e xperimental s tage a nd t hus p ractitioners a nd t he p ublic m ust t ake c omplete r esponsibility f or t heir u se o f it. F urther, G ary C raig i s n ot a l icensed h ealth p rofessional a nd o ffers E FT a s a n o rdained m inister a nd a s a p ersonal p erformance c oach. P/ea.Je COfMult qualifieo health practitionerJ regaroing your lMeof EFT.
  6. A Vital Guide for In a n utshell, E FT i s a n e motional v ersion o f a cu- puncture, e xcept w e d on't u se n eedles. I nstead, w e s tim- ulate t he a cupuncture m eridians b y t apping o n t hem w ith o ur f ingertips. T his o ften b rings f orth a stonishing r esults t hat a re l ikely b eyond y our e xpectations. T he p rocedure is e asy t o l earn a nd e asy t o u se. Y ou w ill l earn t he b asics a nd m ore i n t his b ook. B ecause E FT i s s o v ersatile, w e o ften s ay, " Try I t o n E verything." W hile t his b ook fo c uses o n E FT's u se f or w eight l oss a nd e motional o vereating, I m ust e mphasize t hat e motional o vereating r epresents b ut a t iny f rac- tion o f E FT's l ong l ist o f s uccesses. F or e xample, E FT is o ften u seful f or p ain a nd s ymptoms o f a ll k inds a nd o ften w orks w here n othing e lse will. I t is a lso a stonishingly u seful f or e motional i ssues o f e very t ype. F urther, t hose w ishing t o i mprove t heir p erformance i n s ports, b usiness, p ublic s peaking, o r t he b edroom w ill a lso f ind E FT a v alu- able a id. T his b ook i s a n e xtensive r esource. I t is s o c ompre- hensive t hat y ou m ight f ind y ourself r eferring t o i t o ver
  7. E FT vi L oss F OR W EIGHT a nd o ver a gain. M ost r eaders w ill n ot n eed t o r ead i t all, b ut e very r eader w ill w ant t o k eep i t a round a s a p rice- less r esource b ecause i t c ontains a pproaches a nd c oncepts t hat y ou w ill n ot f ind i n o ther h ealth-related b ooks. T his b ook c ontains c reative a pproaches w ritten b y m any E FT e xperts. E FT is a n " open s ource" h ealing t ool t hat e ncourages e xperimentation. T his m eans t hat w e s tart w ith a n e asy-to-learn, s imple p rocedure t hat w orks b eautifully i n t he m ajority o f c ases. A fter t hat, a ny- one c an e xperiment w ith t he p rocess a nd d evelop o ther r efinements. T hus, f or y our e xpanded e ducation, w e a re s prinkling w ithin t his b ook t he o pinions, r efinements, a nd c reative a pproaches o f d ozens o f E FT'ers. D epending o n y our i nterest level, p revious e xperi- ence, a nd i ndividual r esponse t o E FT, t here a re s everal w ays t o r ead t his b ook. I f y ou a re n ew t o E FT, I s uggest y ou s tart a t t he b eginning a nd r ead i t a ll t he w ay t hrough. B y t he t ime y ou r each t he e nd, y ou w ill h ave a n e xcellent c hance o f b eing c ompletely a nd p ermanently f ree f rom o ut-of-control c ravings i n a ddition t o h aving a t horough u nderstanding o f E FT a nd t he a bility t o s hare t his u seful t echnique w ith f riends a nd f amily. I f y ou're i nterested i n t he b ackground o f E FT a nd s ome o f t he t echnical, s cientific, o r e ngineering e xplana- tions t hat I 'm f ond o f s haring, d ownload o ur f ree E FT s tarter k it f rom t he E FT w ebsite, w ww.EFTUniverse. c om. T his b ook w as d esigned a s a c ompanion t o t he m ain g uide t o l earning E FT, The E FT M anual a nd y ou'll l earn s omething v aluable f rom b oth.
  8. A V ital G uide f or R eading T his B ook v ii F or c onvenience, a c ondensed v ersion o f t he m an- ual is also available a s a p aperback b ook s old i n r etail b ookstores a nd o nline. L ook f or The E FT ManuaL (EFT: EnwtionaL Freedom Techniqued) b y G ary C raig, p ublished b y E nergy P sychology P ress, 2 008. I f y ou're a n e xperienced E FT'e r, p eruse t he T able o f C ontents a nd g o w here y our c uriosity a nd i nterest t ake y ou. O ne o f m y g oals i n w riting t his b ook is t o p rovide a s m any i nteresting e xamples a s p ossible, s o t hat all o f u s- including E FT p rofessionals-can a dd t o o ur r epertoire o f a pproaches a nd s trategies f or m aking E FT m ore e ffec- tive a nd v ersatile. E FT b ooks a nd t rainings a re v ital t o y our c omplete c omprehension o f E FT. I w ould l ike t o e mphasize t hat t his b ook a nd The E FT ManuaL d o n ot c ontain e verything t here is t o k now a bout E FT. F or e xample, t here is n o s ub- stitute f or t he d emonstrations i n o ur t raining s eminars, s tudy g uides, b ooks, a nd D VDs. O nce y ou u nderstand t he b asics b y w atching t he f irst few E FT d emonstrations, y ou c an g et c opies o f a n E FT D VD a nd t hen s imply t ap a long. W hile d oing so, y ou c an c ollapse o r n eutralize i ssues t hat h ave u ntil n ow i nterfered w ith y our w eight loss goals. E FT p rofessional t raining a nd c ertification i s a lso a vailable. W hether y ou a re a lready i n t he h ealing field, o r i nterested i n b uilding a n E FT p ractice, y ou w ill f ind t he s tudy g uides a nd t he E FT c ertification p rocess a v alu- able a ddition t o y our t herapeutic t oolkit. L ook f or t he C ertification t ab a t w ww.EFTUniverse.com.
  9. C ontents A V ital G uide f or R eading T his B ook ... ...... .... ..... ........... v N otes a nd A cknowledgments .... .. .. ................. ............... xiii I ntroduction ................ ... ... ... ..... ... .......... .. ......... ............. ... xvii C hapter 1: G etting S tarted with E FT ........................... 21 Welcome to E FT .. ... ... ... ... ....... ............................. .. ...... 21 D efining the P roblem ...................... ... ... ........... .. ... ...... 24 The Basic Recipe ............................. ............................. 2 6 I ngredient #1: T he Setup ...................................... .... ...... 2 7 Psyc hological Reversal .................. ............ ......... ... ... .... 29 The Affirmation ... ............ ......... ...... ............................... 30 C orrecting for Psychological Reversal ...... ........... ....... 33 The Karate Chop P oint .... ............................................. 33 I ngredient #2: T he Sequence ...... ..................................... 34 The Reminder P hrase ................... ... ................. .. ......... 3 8 T est Y our Results .................................... .................... 4 0 S ubsequent-round Adjustments ........... ...................... 41 Tapping with and for O thers ...... .................... .... ....... 4 3
  10. E FT x L oss F OR W EIGHT I ntroducing A spects ................................................... 44 C ore I ssues ................................................................ 4 7 Be Specific ................................................................. 4 8 T he Generalization Effect .......................................... 52 The Movie Technique a nd Tell the S tory T echnique ................................................. 52 E FT's C onstricted Breathing Technique ................... 54 S econdary G ain ......................................................... 56 The Personal Peace Procedure .................................. 5 7 Is E FT W orking Y et? ................................................ 6 0 U pcoming Examples .................................................. 63 C hapter 2: T apping A way C ravings .............................. 6 7 E FT R esearch a nd W eight Loss ................................ 69 Intense Cravings in a Weight-loss Class .................... 71 O vercoming a F ood C raving ....................................... 73 H itting a C hocolate Craving Head-on ........................ 7 7 C hocolate Cravings a nd C hildhood Poverty .............. 79 W hat W as ReaLLy B ehind Those Cravings? ................ 81 A Craving Vanishes for a Skeptical D octor ............... 8 6 E FT f or Ice Cream Cravings ...................................... 89 C hapter 3: E FT F ood A ddictions .................................. 9 3 E FT for a Chocolate Addiction Triggers Symptoms ............................................... 95 M orbidly O bese W oman S tops Feeling H ungry ....... 9 7 B udweiser a nd E motions T hat C ause Addictions .... 100 D etective W ork for an Ice-cream Addiction ............ 103 A C hocolate Addiction a nd t he Reason Behind I t ... 109 F inding O ut W hat ReaLLy C aused a Food Craving ... 112
  11. C ontents xi T he Core Issue Behind a Cookie Addiction ............. 113 Using t he Client's Cravings ....................................... 115 E FT a nd M y S ugar Addiction ................................. 119 C hapter 4: A re Y ou G etting t he R esults Y ou W ant? ....................................................... 125 Results a nd Refinements ........................................... 125 W hen E FT D oesn't W ork ........................................ 1 30 T he I mportance o f B eing S pecific ........................ 131 Weight Loss a nd Tail-enders .................................... 134 More Helpful Hints ................................................... 138 Sugar Cravings Subside With Persistent E FT ........ 141 C hapter 5: E xploring U nderlying I ssues ..................... 143 Finding the Root o f t he Problem .......................... ~ ... 144 Persistent E FT for C hubby Issues ............................ 146 The Comfort Z one ................................................... 148 Detective Skills .......................................................... 151 Emotional Issues H ad t o Go F irst ............................ 155 E FT for Panic Attacks and O vereating .................... 1 60 H er Boss W as M aking H er F at. ............................... 163 "God, Y ou're F at!" ..................................................... 167 Sneaking U p on the Core Issue ................................. 170 A Compulsive Overeating a nd Weight-loss Protocol ........................................... 172 C hapter 6: E liminating R esistance ............................... 185 Emphatic Tapping for a S ugar Addiction ................ 187 A U nique Perspective on Weight Loss .................... 190 Personal E FT M arathon ........................................... 194
  12. x ii L oss E FT F OR W EIGHT C hapter 7: E ating D isorders ........................................ 199 J oe Resolves His A norexia-and M ore ................... 202 E FT S uccess for a Binge E ater ................................. 213 Binge Eating R ecovery .............................................. 217 T reating Self-sabotage Eliminates Binge Eating ...... 221 Is I t S afe to D rop T hose Pounds? ............................ 223 B ulimia in Brazil ........................................................ 226 T wo-year Bulimia Problem Improves in O ne H our ............................................................ 232 A B ulimia " O ne-session W onder" ......................... 235 E FT G lossary ................................................................ 239 A ppendix A: T he F ull B asic R ecipe ............................ 243 Ingredient #1: T he S etup ............................................ 243 T he Sore S pot .......................................................... 244 Ingredient #2: T he Sequence ...................................... 245 Ingredient #3: T he 9 G amut P rocedure ...................... 249 Ingredient #4: T he Sequence (again) ......................... 251 A ppendix B: E asy E FT ................................................ 253 Q uestions a nd A nswers About E asy E FT ............... 254 H elpful Tips for Getting the M ost O ut o f E asy E FT ...................................................... 257 A ppendix C: I deal W eight E FT: T he O nline E FT W eight L oss T raining P rogram ............. 263 E FT R esources .............................................................. 2 67 I ndex .............................................................................. 269
  13. N otes a nd T he l ist o f i ndividuals w ho c ontributed t o t he d evel- opment o f E FT c an n ever b e c omp lete b ecause m ost o f t hem lived o ver 5 ,000 y ears a go. T hose a re t he b rilliant p hysicians w ho d iscovered a nd m apped t he c enterpiece o f E FT, n amely, t he s ubtle e nergies t hat c ourse t hrough o ur b odies. T hese s ubtle e nergies a re a lso t he c enterpiece o f a cupuncture a nd, a s a r esult, E FT a nd a cupuncture a re c ousins. B oth d isciplines a re g rowing r apidly h ere in t he W est a nd, a s time unfolds, t hey a re d estined t o h ave a p rimary r ole in emotional a nd p hysical healing. I n t he 2 0th C entury, o ther d edicated s ouls a dvanced o ur u se o f a ncient t echniques t hat u tilize t he b ody's e ner- gy . P rincipal a mong t hem is D r. G eorge G oodheart, w ho d eveloped A pplied K inesiology, a f orerunner o f E FT. I n t he 1960s, D r. G oodheart d iscovered t hat m uscle t esting c ould b e u sed t o g ather i mportant i nformation f rom t he b ody , a nd h e w ent o n to t rain m any h ealth c are p ractitio- ners a nd p ublish i mportant b ooks a nd p apers.
  14. E FT x iv L oss F OR W EIGHT D r. J ohn D iamond's w ork d eserves a pplause b ecause, t o m y k nowledge, h e w as o ne o f t he f irst p sychiatrists t o u se a nd w rite a bout t hese s ubtle e nergies. H is m any p ioneering c oncepts, t ogether w ith a dvanced i deas f rom A pplied K inesiology, h ave f ormed t he f oundation u pon w hich o ur w ork is c onstructed. D r. D iamond's b est- sellers i nclude Life Energy: UJing the Meri2ianJ to Unlock the Power o f Your EnwtionJ ( Continuum I nternational, 1990) a nd Life Energy and the EmotionJ ( Eden G rove, 1 997). D r. R oger C allahan, t he c linical p sychologist f rom w hom I r eceived m y o riginal i ntroduction t o " emotional a cupressure," d eserves all t he c redit h istory c an g ive him. H e w as t he f irst t o b ring t hese t echniques t o t he p ublic i n a s ubstantial w ay a nd h e d id s o d espite o pen h ostil- ity f rom h is o wn p rofession. A s y ou m ight a ppreciate, i t t akes h eavy d oses o f c onviction t o p low t hrough t he i ngrained b eliefs o f c onventional t hinking. W ithout R oger C allahan's m issionary d rive, w e m ight still b e s itting a round t heorizing a bout t his " interesting t hing." I t is u pon t he s houlders o f t hese g iants t hat I h umbly s tand. M y o wn c ontribution t o t he r apidly e xpanding field o f m eridian t herapies h as b een t o r educe t he u nnec- essary c omplexity t hat i nevitably f inds its w ay i nto n ew d iscoveries. E FT is a n e legantly s imple v ersion o f t hese p rocedures, w hich p rofessionals a nd l aypeople a like c an u se o n a v ariety o f p roblems. I a lso o we a s pecial d ebt o f g ratitude t o A drienne F owlie, w ho, t hrough a f riend, i ntroduced m e t o m eridian t apping t echniques a nd h elped m e d evelop E FT.
  15. N otes a nd A cknowledgments xv M any E FT s tudents a nd p ractitioners h elped m ake t his b ook p ossible. I a m g rateful t o a ll w ho c ontributed c ase s tudies a nd r eports. M ost o f t he e xamples g iven h ere w ere p ublished i n o ur e mail n ewsletter a nd a re p osted i n t he n ewsletter's a rchives a t t he E FT w ebsite, w ww.EFTUniverse.com. T he g rowth o f t his c ollection o f r eports h as b een s omething t o b ehold. A wesome is a n a ppropriate w ord, a s t here a re s o m any a rticles i n t his c ollection t hat t hey c ould b e b ound i nto p ersonalized r ef- erence b ooks o n m any t opics. O ur w ebsite is l oaded w ith s ome o f t he b est o f t hese c ontributions. T he n ames g iven i n t he r eports p resented h ere h ave o ften b een c hanged t o p rotect t he p rivacy o f t hose i nvolved. T his is e specially l ikely i f o nly f irst n ames a re g iven. W hen a p erson's f ull n ame i s given, i t h as n ot b een c hanged a nd is u sed w ith p ermission. I n t he i nterests o f e ditorial c onsistency, r eports f rom t he U nited K ingdom, A ustralia, C anada, a nd o ther c oun- tries t hat u se B ritish s pelling a nd p unctuation h ave b een c hanged t o c onform t o s tandard A merican E nglish. L ike m ost t opics o f s pecial i nterest, E FT h as i ts o wn l anguage, w ords, o r a bbreviations t hat h ave s pecial m ean- ing f or i ts s tudents a nd p ractitioners. Y ou'll f ind a l ist o f E FT t erms a nd t heir d efinitions i n t he G lossary.
  16. A re y ou o vereating a s a w ay t o s uppress o r s oothe u ncomfortable e motions, s uch a s s tress, a nger, a nxiety, b oredom, s adness, a nd l oneliness? I f so, y ou m ay b e a n e motional o vereater. O besity h as r eached e pidemic p roportions i n t he U nited S tates, a nd a t a ny g iven t ime, a bout h alf o f A merica's w omen a nd a q uarter o f i ts m en a re o n a d iet. D ieting h as g rown t o a $ 40-billion-a-year i ndustry a t t he s ame t ime m ost d ieters a re failing. I t is e stimated t hat 9 5 p ercent o f s uccessful d ieters g ain t heir l ost w eight b ack w ithin five y ears. R ecently, c elebrities l ike O prah W infrey a nd D r. P hil M cGraw h ave b rought a ttention t o e motional o vereating, b ut t he s tandard a dvice o f t rying t alk t herapy, j ournaling, a nd k eeping a f ood/mood d iary i n a ddition t o c ounting c alories, c arbohydrates, a nd f at g rams d oesn't s eem t o w ork f or m any.
  17. x viii L oss E FT F OR W EIGHT T hat p ersonal w ork c an b e a s tep i n t he r ight d irection b ecause i t h elps p eople t une i nto t heir r easons f or o vereat- ing, b ut there M Jomething nwre JubtLe a t the root o f enwtionaL eating. U nresolved e motional i ssues o r t raumas c reate b locks o r d isruptions i n t he b ody's s ubtle e nergy s ystems. Thede energy dMruptionJ create a type o f "anxiety Jhort circuit" in the body that, in turn, triggerJ overeating. T his o vereating s erves t o c alm a nxiety, b ut a t t he e xpense o f c onsuming u nnecessary c alories. E FT i s a h ighly e ffective a id t o w eight l oss b ecause i t is v ery r elaxing a nd u sually r emoves a nxiety. W ith t he a nxiety g one, t he d rive f or e motional o vereating d isap- pears. F urther, E FT h elps t o r eprogram y our e nergy s ys- tem s o t hat y ou e at f or n utrition r ather t han t o t ranquilize e motions. E FT h elps p eople r esolve t heir e motional i ssues b ecause i t a ddresses e nergy i mbalances t hat a re s o o ften b ehind o ne's u nresolved n egative e motions. H ave y ou e ver f ound a nything t hat t akes a way y our c ravings f or j unk f ood? O ther t han g iving i n a nd e ating t he f ood y ou w ere c raving, t hat is! C ravings h appen t o j ust a bout e veryone. I t's w hat w e d o w hen t hey h it t hat m akes a ll t he d ifference. C ravings a re o ften a r esult o f o ur e motions, a nxiety, o r s tress. O ur b odies c rave h igh-sugar, h igh-fat f oods a s a w ay t o " medicate" o urselves i nto a c almer s tate w hen w e a re a voiding o ur e motions o r u nder a l ot o f s tress. W hen w e a re i n e motionally s tressful s tates, o ur b odies' e nergy f low m ay b e b locked o r r eversed.
  18. I ntroduction x ix D id y ou k now y ou c an t otally e liminate f ood c rav- ings i n s econds ? Y ou'll f ind s tep-by-step i nstructions a nd n umerous e xamples f or g etting r id o f c ravings i n t his b ook. Y our j ob o n t his w eight l oss p ath i sn't j ust a bout l os- ing w eight. I t's a bout m aking a m ental t urnaround s o t hat y our w eight l oss is p ermanent. P art o f t he r eason m any p eople g ain b ack t heir l ost w eight i s b ecause t heir m ental o utlook n ever c hanged. Change y our perdpectire a nd y ou wiLL change y our life. O f c ourse, t his is e asier s aid t han d one. I f N ew Y ear's r esolutions a lways w orked, w e'd a ll b e p erfect. R esolutions t o c hange o ur h abits, c hange o ur t houghts, a nd c hange o ur b odies all h it t he s ame e normous b ump i n t he r oad, a nd t hat's s elf-sabotage. W hat c auses s elf-sabotage? T hat's s imple-it's c aused b y t he s ame e nergy b locks t hat c ontribute t o n egative t houghts a nd u ncomfortable p hysical s ymptoms. B ecause E FT a ddresses t he u nderlying c auses o f e nergy b locks a nd all o f t heir m anifestations, i t is a p owerful t ool t hat a nyone c an u se t o m ake p owerful, p ermanent c hanges. W hether y ou a re n ew t o E FT o r a lready a n e xperi- enced t apper, I a m v el}' p leased t o s hare t his b ook w ith y ou. I k now w ithout a d oubt t hat E FT c an h elp y ou t ake c ontrol o f y our h ealth a nd h appiness a nd t hat t he i nstruc- tions a nd r ecommendations g iven h ere c an c ompletely t ransform n ot o nly y our w eight b ut y our e ntire life.
  19. 1 Getting Started with EFT W elcome t o E FT T he b asic p remise o f t he E motional F reedom T echniques is t hat t be ca/Ue o f a llllegative e motwlU U a {)i.lruptwll i ll t be body'.! e llergy .ly.ltem. I c an't e mphasize this c oncept e nough. W hen o ur e nergy is flowing n or- mally, w ithout o bstruction, w e feel g ood i n e very w ay. W hen o ur e nergy b ecomes b locked o r s tagnant o r is o th- erwise d isrupted a long o ne o r m ore o f t he b ody's e nergy m eridians, negative o r d amaging e motions c an d evelop a long w ith all types o f p hysical s ymptoms. T his i dea h as b een t he c enterpiece o f E astern m edicine for t housands o f y ears . E FT is often c a lled e motiolla L a cupullcture b ecause i t co mbines g entle t apping o n k ey a cupuncture p oints w hile focusing y our t houghts o n p ain, u nhappy m emo- ries, u ncomfortable e motions, food cravings, o r a ny o ther p roblem. W hen p roperly d one , t he u nderlying e mo- tional factors t hat c ontribute t o t he p roblem a re t ypically released a long w ith t he e nergy b locks.
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