Emotional Freedom Tapping (EFT) offers hope to people suffering with many of the main types of anxiety disorder.  EFT founder, Gary Craig, developed a single, streamlined solution to anxiety by looking at the true cause of anxiety and other emotional and physical illnesses.

According to EFT theory, at the root of anxiety are unresolved emotional issues and a disrupted energy meridian system (or chi), both of which are easily balanced wit EFT’s do-it-yourself acupressure system.  The process involves certain meridian points on the body being stimulated with a simple fingertip tapping process.

Anyone can do EFT and gain relief and peace without lengthy talk therapy and complicated medications.  Anxiety disorders are often accompanied by other issues like depression or substance abuse and EFT has a proven track record in alleviating these issues as well.

“We are not suggesting that EFT replace medical care, but EFT often works when nothing else will, it has no known side effects and the results are often permanent, and when used correctly EFT has an 80% success rate”

Six of the most common anxiety disorders EFT is used to combat:

  • Panic Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Social Phobia
  • Specific Phobias
  • Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Each anxiety disorder has unique characteristics but they all have irrational fear and persistent feelings of dread in common.  According to EFT theory, anxiety disorders are linked by the common thread of a disrupted energy meridian system, and unresolved negative emotions.  By balancing the energy meridians and neutralising negative emotions, anxiety sufferers may achieve permanent relief and peace without drugs.”


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