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with Karen Raymond

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                      WITH  KAREN RAYMOND


with Karen Raymond

What is EFT?

Hey, great question. EFT is based on the discovery that imbalances in the body's energy system impacts one's psychological well-being. These imbalances can be caused by unresolved emotional stress, often resulting in mental, physical and performance issues. Correcting these imbalances is done by tapping on meridian points, while tuning into the issue to be resolved. EFT is often described as an emotional healing version of acupuncture without the needles. When tapping while tuning into something upsetting, you are sending yourself a calming message and detaching the negative emotions attached to the memory. You are not ridding yourself of the memory, but you are detaching the emotional charge attached to it. 


What can I use EFT on?

Everything. EFT is safe and easy to use. Even if you don't believe in EFT, it will produce results (which will lead you to believing!) From stopping a craving in it's tracks to dealing with deep trauma, EFT is a tool you want in your toolbox.

What if it hurts too much to talk about my issues?

There is no need to talk about your problem if you don't want to. This is the beautiful thing about EFT - it is extremely gentle and there are ways to do it without risk of being re-traumatized.

What about medical problems?

EFT is considered a complementary tool and should not replace

seeking qualified medical advice or help when needed. 

Can I use EFT on myself?

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Yes! EFT is a wonderful self-help tool. However, working with a qualified practitioner will help you navigate through more difficult problems, help you get to the root cause of your issues and facilitate progress more quickly. A qualified practitioner will also help take you places that you may be uncomfortable taking yourself to in a safe, gentle manner.  

Where are the tapping points? 


Image courtesy of The Tapping Solution

What do I do with these tapping points?

Gently tap on the acupressure points as identified on the diagram. For ease of use, follow the numbered order in the picture. Tap on each point as long as you want. Try not to count, but when just starting out 5-10 times will get the job done. There is no right or wrong. You don't need to follow this pattern, you don't need to tap 5-10 times on each point. As you get more confident with tapping, you will learn what works for you! 

More research please

Fair enough - and I am excited that you want to want to learn more! Here is a fantastic compilation of research and articles on EFT.

How can I become an EFT Practitioner?

I don't blame you for asking this question! As I discovered years ago, there are many, many offers on the internet to become a practitioner. I highly recommend taking your training from the National Emotional Freedom Techniques Training Institute (NeftTI) 

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