EFT has several unique features that set it apart from other complementary healing modalities.  For
instance, there is one basic tapping routine, which is effective for both physical and emotional issues.  
This makes EFT simple enough for even a child to learn and practice effectively.

Another difference is that healthy shifts in a person's perceptions often occur as the energy meridians are
brought into balance.  For example, a man whose father was unable to offer affection may go from
believing, "My father hated me," to realizing that, "My dad didn't know how to show me that he loved me."  
Physical symptoms that have been attached to these emotions often subside as old beliefs shift to new and
healthier ones.

EFT may also help injuries heal faster.  For instance, sports injuries that could sideline a player may resolve
much more quickly when EFT is part of the healing regimen.

Finally, EFT typically produces results that extend long-term.  When the process is done properly, the
symptom or issue most often vanishes and does not return.  This is true with such diverse issues as grief,
traumatic memories, or phobias, as well as physical symptoms.

If a symptom or issue seems to "reappear," it generally means that the core issue was not fully addressed.  
You simply repeat the procedure on the new aspect that surfaces.  An example of this might be the person
who uses EFT for fear of flying.  After tapping several rounds, off they go to the airport.  

All goes well getting on the plane, even taking off, until perhaps they encounter some in-flight turbulence.  
If this causes a spike in anxiety, the fear of flying hasn't returned.  EFT has not failed to work.  This is simply
an aspect (turbulence) that was not addressed before.  

The fearful flier can apply EFT immediately, regarding this new aspect.  Within a few minutes, the anxiety is
usually reduced to a manageable level or eradicated completely
Meridian-based therapies such as
EFT... can have effects out of all
proportion to their cost and
 Norm Shealy, M.D.
EILEEN SULLIVAN, CERTIFIED EFT PRACTITIONER (EFTCERT-I)                                                                  EMAIL: AREYOUTAPPING (AT) YAHOO (DOT) COM                                                                                            (704) 905-4665
While EFT has produced remarkable clinical results, it has only been in use in its current form since 1992. Therefore, it must still be considered to be in the experimental stage. You are an expert on your own health, so please take full responsibility for
your use of EFT. Eileen Sullivan is not a licensed health professional. She offers EFT as a certified EFT practitioner, ordained interfaith minister, and certified holistic doula. Where appropriate, please consult your healthcare practitioners regarding your
use of EFT. It is VITAL to note that you should not stop taking any prescribed medications, nor alter your dosage, without the advice of the prescribing physician.
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