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"Miracle" Tapping Technique EFT Found to Help Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and Pain in Reduced Timescales. Workshops Now Offered
Date:6/26/2010

An intriguing and promising new treatment for many conditions including stress, trauma, anxiety, depression, anger and even physical issues such as back pain, is to be taught for self-help in a workshop format by practitioner couple Tamara and Peter Donn in London and abroad. This treatment – sometimes known as EFT, or “Tapping”, is receiving wide acclaim, spreading rapidly by word of mouth by individuals experiencing rapid shifts in their mental, emotional and physical conditions. Whilst not effective for everyone, the majority experience deep shifts in a short space of time, and it is not uncommon for individuals to experience the “miracle” of having years of back pain, or a complete past trauma disappear in one session.

(PRWEB) June 26, 2010 -- For so long people have been looking for quick solutions for their stress, anxiety, depression, anger and other negative emotional states. Large numbers of people are using pharmaceutical and recreational drugs, and even mild addictive substances such as tobacco, alcohol and chocolate to cover up deeper anxieties. Others use food to fill a deeper state of emptiness. The problem with turning to these methods of unconscious stress relief is that they are purely symptomatic. Underlying patterns remain firmly in place and will continue to drive behaviour.

All this is now set to change with the use of a remarkable method known as Emotional Freedom techniques (EFT), also sometimes known as Tapping. It involves tapping a small set of acupuncture points whilst focussing on an upsetting feeling or memory, and the effects are often dramatic. People are finding the negative emotions associated with past traumas suddenly dissolving in front of their eyes. Others are focussing on physical pain whilst tapping and finding that too is dissolving, sometimes permanently. In fact well-known British Hypnotist Paul McKenna is using
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