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Emotional Freedom Technique

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and Meditation

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and meditation are two powerful tools that can help reduce anxiety, stress, and panic attacks. Both practices work by calming the mind and helping individuals to better manage their emotions.


EFT, also known as "tapping," is a form of psychological acupressure that involves tapping on specific points on the body while focusing on a specific issue or emotion. By tapping on these points, you can release stuck energy and emotions, and reduce the intensity of negative thoughts and feelings. EFT has been shown to be effective for reducing anxiety, stress, and panic attacks, as well as for improving overall well-being.

Meditation is a practice that involves focusing the mind on a single point of reference, such as the breath or a mantra, in order to quiet the mind and bring about a state of relaxation and inner peace. Meditation has been shown to have numerous benefits for mental and physical health, including reducing anxiety, stress, and panic attacks.


By incorporating EFT and meditation into your daily routine, you can learn to better manage your emotions and reduce the impact of anxiety, stress, and panic attacks on your life. With regular practice, you can develop the skills to handle difficult situations with greater ease and resilience.

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Welcome to our Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) upcoming 1-day training to reduce anxiety!


EFT is a simple and effective tool that can help you reduce anxiety, stress, and other negative emotions. By tapping on specific points on your body, you can release the emotional charge behind these negative feelings and create more balance and peace in your life.


In this training, we'll walk you through the basics of EFT and give you the tools you need to start using it on your own.


Here's what we'll cover:

  • What is EFT and how does it work? We'll explain the basic principles of EFT, including the concept of meridian points and the role of tapping in releasing negative emotions.

  • The EFT tapping points: We'll introduce you to the specific points on the body that are tapped during EFT, including the top of the head, the eyebrows, the side of the eyes, the under the eyes, under the nose, the chin, the collarbone, and the underarms. We'll demonstrate how to tap each point and explain the rationale behind each one.

  • Setting up the EFT process: We'll discuss how to set up an EFT session, including identifying a specific anxiety-provoking situation or thought and rating the intensity of the anxiety on a scale of 0-10.

  • Tapping through the rounds: We'll explain how to tap through a series of rounds, using the setup statement and tapping on the various points while repeating a reminder phrase that summarizes the specific anxiety or emotion being addressed.

  • Modifying the EFT process: We'll discuss how to modify the EFT process for different situations, such as when the anxiety is too intense to tap on directly or when the anxiety is related to a traumatic event.

  • Combining EFT with other techniques: We'll explore how EFT can be combined with other techniques, such as deep breathing, visualization, and positive affirmations, to further reduce anxiety.

  • Practice sessions: We'll provide opportunities for you to practice EFT on your own anxiety-provoking situations or thoughts, with guidance and feedback as needed.


By the end of this training, you'll have the skills and confidence to use EFT as a powerful tool for managing anxiety and other negative emotions in your own life. So, let's get started!


Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) offer a number of benefits for reducing anxiety:

  • EFT is a simple and easy-to-learn tool that can be used anywhere and at any time.

  • EFT helps to release the emotional charge behind anxiety, allowing you to feel more balanced and calmer.

  • EFT can be combined with other techniques, such as deep breathing and visualization, to further reduce anxiety.

  • EFT can be used to address specific anxiety-provoking situations or thoughts, as well as more general feelings of anxiety.

  • EFT can be a powerful complement to other forms of treatment, such as therapy and medication, in managing anxiety.

  • EFT is a natural, non-invasive approach that has no negative side effects.


By using EFT, you can effectively reduce anxiety and create a sense of emotional freedom in your life.

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I have been struggling with anxiety for as long as I can remember, and I have tried just about everything to manage it. But it wasn't until I discovered Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) that I really started to see a difference.

Since starting to use EFT, I've noticed a significant reduction in the frequency and intensity of my panic attacks. I feel more in control of my emotions and more able to cope with anxiety-provoking situations. I'm so grateful to have found EFT and would highly recommend it to anyone who struggles with panic attacks or anxiety. It's truly been a game-changer for me.

I have to say, combining Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) with meditation has been a game-changer for me in reducing my anxiety. I've always struggled with anxiety and have tried a lot of different approaches to managing it, but nothing seemed to work as well as I wanted. That is, until I started using EFT and meditation together.

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