Over a million people have selected The EFT Manual as a primary healing resource, and EFT is found across the globe in many countries. EFT is in hospitals, psychotherapy clinics, sports fields, business coaching practices, families, and many other places. What is EFT and why is it so popular?
EFT is a very quick and simple method of reducing the intensity of traumatic memories. Everyone who lives on planet Earth had at least some trauma growing up. For the lucky ones, these traumatic events were rare and mild, like a nurse forgetting, for a few minutes, to give you a bottle when you were a baby.
For some people, the traumatic events of their childhoods were horrific, like genocide, rape, or war. Most of us fall somewhere between these two extremes. Over the years we’ve built up a backlog of traumatic memories, reinforced by negative experiences as young adults. By the time we’re in full adulthood, we’ve formed behaviors and coping strategies based on these experiences. Our emotional growth has been shaped by them, and we may believe we’re destined to remain that way for the rest of our lives.
Historically, it was very difficult to control our emotional experience. A person could spend years in contemplation or meditation, cultivating inner peace. But that state is easily disturbed by the events of the average day. These techniques take many years to learn and perfect.
EFT has ushered in a whole new way of releasing emotional memories. Even the first times you use it, you are likely to find the intensity of your traumatic recollections rapidly dropping. There are over 100 scientific studies of EFT for depression, anxiety, and other psychological problems. They show that people who use EFT recover very quickly, often in just a few sessions.
You’ll learn all the essential EFT techniques in the EFT Mini Manual download below. It takes less than an hour to read, so grab this knowledge and read it now.