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EFT

How can EFT help me?

EFT tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique)  is a non-invasive energy therapy based on the traditions of Chinese acupuncture and the idea that energy in the body is organised around certain channels called meridians. In 1980, a clinical psychologist called Roger Callaghan had a client, Mary, who had a terrible water phobia. She was so afraid of water that getting into a bath would bring on an anxiety attack. She had nightmares about water, and she was even afraid of rain. Callaghan tried all the conventional techniques but nothing worked. She felt fear in her stomach whenever she thought about water. As an experiment, Callaghan used his knowledge of meridians by EFT tapping on her stomach – he thought it might help the discomfort, but to his amazement,...

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