Using Eft Tapping
Tapping, which is also known as Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), applies to tap to acupressure points to aid you to liberate energy blockages as a way of handling emotional and intellectual issues.
What is EFT Tapping?
In plain words, EFT uses nine acupuncture points touched lightly in a particular progression, while you recollect a bad or hostile encounter. When you recollect a bad experience and feel uncomfortable, there is a natural connection. The serotonin and dopamine levels in the brain are increased causing irregularities; and the stress hormones, cortisol and adrenaline, rise.
While it might not seem proper to think about the specific situation, the tapping technique fashions the experience in the setting of self-acceptance. The aim is to permit you to dwell in the space of all the woes and dearth you’ve never processed emotionally in your life so that you can let them go forever.
EFT tapping remedy was employed at first in the 1990s by a man named Gary Craig, who esteemed his methods to be a potent combination of mind-body medicine and acupressure methods. The basic principle of EFT is that all sentiments and thoughts are forms of energy; this energy, either positive or negative, has very genuine carnal materialisations that influence all purposes of the body.
While the human body has an inherent rehabilitating capability, stress and emotional challenges can hinder it. This is where EFT comes in. People who enjoyed the benefits from carrying out tapping methods discovered that it helped them in clearing their mind, concentrating their attention on the current moment (much like meditation does), and enhancing their posture; giving them more fortification to triumph over difficulties they may encounter.
One thing that distinguishes EFT from acupuncture or other Eastern methods is that it concentrates on more than bodily illnesses and energy networks; it also brings to the foreground the thought processes that contribute to stress and emotional problems.
The EFT procedure joins tapping of the energy meridians with speaking of positive declarations. In this way, EFT tapping combines an Eastern medicine method with more cultural Western psychotherapies.
How to Carry Out Simple EFT Tapping
There are seven simple EFT tapping procedures, in accordance to the EFT methodology developed by Gary Craig. The fundamental EFT tapping steps are:
Diagnosing the Issue
Naming the particular challenge or emotion you want to focus on with EFT. The aim is to concentrate on only one issue per time for optimum results.
Developing A Balanced Expression
You develop a short-expression which you use to refer to the challenge or experience in a particular way by ascribing a title to it. This helps you to focus on the experience or current challenge during the rest of the session.
Ranking the Issue
Decide on an “intensity scale” ranging from 1–10, how important the problem is to you.
Creating Your Declaration
Create a self-affirming expression that helps you feel stronger than the challenge. While you repeat your declaration, you start by tapping on your hand, particularly on the fleshy part on the exterior side of your palm under your little finger.
Carrying Out The Tapping steps
In the course of a tapping procedure, you tap your finger over eight key meridian spots. Employ two fingers, usually the middle and index finger, and apply consistent mild taps. Speak out loud while tapping, reciting positive expressions to keep you concentrated. The meridian spots to tap are in this order: top of the eyebrows, side of the eyes, under the eyes, under the nose, under the chin, under the collarbone, under the arm and top of the head.
Tuning In for Re-Rating
Tune in to how you perceive the tapping session, ranking the challenge again on your created scale.
Repetition of the Process
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