EFT tapping

(Emotional Freedom Technique)

EFT tapping is a therapeutic technique that combines elements of traditional Chinese acupressure and modern psychology. By tapping on specific meridian points on the body while focusing on emotional issues or physical symptoms, EFT aims to release negative emotions, reduce stress, and promote emotional well-being. This is effectively used to heal traumas.

Our subconscious and physical body stores unprocessed emotions. The emotions are stored somewhere in the body and they usually manifest as different types of tensions and therefore also pain. By treating the emotional body, we are able to release emotional energies stored in the body. When a negative emotion is removed from memory, the negative effect it caused  on us also disappears and we are freed from the problems caused by the situation, such as e.g. fears, harmful beliefs or even physical illnesses and pains that a certain situation may have caused us.

Everything starts with events. Something happens to us that causes us strong emotions. Based on these strong feelings, we draw conclusions about ourselves and life, these conclusions are called beliefs. A large part of these beliefs come from parents and society, and some we invent ourselves as a result of our own experience. We then act according to these beliefs, often subconsciously and experience the consequences, which we call symptoms. Sometimes the symptom is a behavioural pattern, in which case it is based on a belief, sometimes it is a physical symptom, in which case it can come directly from emotions that appear in the body as stress, which in turn hinders the normal functioning of the body and causes diseases.

EFT tapping can help you e.g. with memories and symptoms related to

  • Physical abuse
  • Emotional abuse
  • Sexual assault or abuse
  • Domestic violence
  • Emotional and physical neglect
  • Bullying
  • Loss of a loved one
  • War or combat
  • Serious illness or medical trauma
  • Serious accidents or injuries
  • Childhood adversity
  • Natural disaster
  • Discrimination and prejudice