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EFT - Tapping for Emotional Freedom

The basic principle behind EFT is that powerful negative emotions can cause disturbances in the body's energy field. Emotional and physical healing can be rapidly achieved by systematically tapping on a sequence of acupuncture points while the client focuses on a specific negative thought, feeling or memory that they wish to resolve.
It works on a variety of health issues, psychological problems, and performance issues, including those that have been found resistant to other methods. It has become popular with millions of people because of this effectiveness coupled with the fact that it can be quickly learned and applied in almost any situation.
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) are a simple yet remarkable healing system that reduces the stress that underlies much disease. Scientific studies have shown that EFT is able to rapidly reduce the emotional impact of memories and incidents that trigger emotional distress. Once the distress is reduced or removed, the body can often rebalance itself, and accelerate healing.
Wendy has been helping people experience the power of EFT for several years now and continues to be filled with awe and joy at the results and healing these simple, yet powerful techniques provide.
Call Wendy today and begin Tapping your way to Emotional Freedom.

While it can be fun and beneficial to experience EFT with an experienced practitioner you can easily empower yourself with these same techniques at home. If you're ready to invest the time, learning EFT is fun and easy and can be self-applied for relief in many real life situations.

EFT theory is derived from principles similar to those associated with the ancient art of acupuncture but without the need for needles or intensive training.

If you'd like to learn more about EFT, explore research or testimonial links or get your own starter package mini-manual I encourage you to visit the official EFT site at

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