This study from The Journal of Science and Healing focusses on the progression of symptoms a group of veterans. The study concludes that as a simple and quickly learned method, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) may be a useful skill for veterans and active-duty warriors.
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A recent study from The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine compared the efficacy of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) with that of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in reducing adolescent anxiety. The results for the EFT participants showed a significant reduction in anxiety levels with the study concluding that EFT is an effective intervention to significantly reduce anxiety for high-ability adolescents.
The Daily Mail has reported that Heather Jones, 38, has used EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques to shrink from size 18 to size eight in just nine months.
After Heather's former partner died at age 32, she fell into a depression, didn't get out of bed for about a year and started to gain weight.
At Heather's lowest point, she thought about ending it but said: "I didn't want that to be my story, so I tried to think differently about my grief."
That's when Heather discovered EFT, which is the simple tapping technique that anyone can learn.
There is a natural healing process at work which will in time take care of not just emotional scars but also physical scars in the widest metaphorical sense.
Sometimes however, this natural healing process is disrupted and remains stuck in a state of pain and disruption. Here is an important pattern in modern energy based trauma treatments, which, if it isn't successfully addressed, can stop physical and emotional healing from taking place.
In tribute to GoE member Dez Sellars, who sadly passed away this year, we've made his GoE Energy Conference 2012 presentation on Energy EFT available to watch online here. In this 45 minutes video, Dez Sellars talks about his story, why he became a practitioner and speaks about his overwhelming love of helping clients succeed.
"My search is to be the best I can be for my clients, to help people. To empower them, so they don't need me. It's not about me being a crutch for them." - Dez Sellars
A study published by the Journal of Traumatic Stress Disorders & Treatment compared EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and NET (Narrative Exposure Therapy) for treatment of PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). The study found that EFT was the most effective of the two therapies, giving long term benefits to those with PTSD. It highlights that EFT is effective in helping those actively cope with their PTSD and reduce symptoms.
An eagle eyed viewer spotted USA Olympian Deven Allen doing what appears to be some form of meridian tapping like EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques before his 110 meter hurdles race at Rio 2016 Olympics. EFT is great at releasing stress and building energy before a big race so is used by many for sports performance. Last week, fellow Olympian Bralon Taplin was also seen in a video tapping before a race.
The GoE runs introduction tapping courses and professional grade tapping courses throughout the year world wide, which are also available via accredited distance learning if you prefer to study from home. If you would like a comprehensive E-manual on the subject of Energy EFT, then please do Subscribe to the GoE as this comes as a special bonus for new subscribers.
Thanks to "Reiki Master Nan" for filming this video.
Here is a video of Granada athlete Bralon Taplin appearing to use EFT tapping as part of his race preparations for the Mens 400m sprint at the 2016 Rio Olympics. EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques and can be used very successfully for releasing sports performance nerves.
Whether you are an aspiring Olympic athlete, want to banish performance anxiety or just would like to learn how to release stress, the GoE runs tapping training courses throughout the year all round the world. We also run fully accredited tapping distance learning courses for people who prefer to learn from the comfort of their own home.
A recent article in the Gifted and Talented International Journal, asked: What do we really know about teaching gifted children to cope with stress and anxiety? The report refers to a study conduct in 2014 by Gaesser which used Cognitive Behavioral and Emotional Freedom techniques with gifted students, which demonstrated promising results.
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A recent study published in The Journal of Integrative Medicine has shown that EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) tapping significantly reduced depressive symptoms. These results were found at both 3 month and 6 month intervals after treatment, giving support to the long terms benefits of EFT. Examination of the individual cases also revealed clinically significant improvements in anxiety.
The study concludes that the results are worthy of further investigation.
In June 2016, the BBC's TV show "City in the Sky" featured EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques for conquering a persons fear of flying, also known as Aerophobia. Watch the full 9 minute clip here or to find a trained practitioner near you, see: Interactive Practitioner Map
EMO Energy In Motion is fundamental to the development of modern Energy EFT. Here a comprehensive essay which traces the lineage of the different techniques and approaches utilized in modern Energy EFT as opposed to Classic EFT back to EMO Energy In Motion.
A recent study published in The International Association of Applied Psychology has shown that EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) tapping is an effective tool for reducing food cravings.
The report states that EFT and CBT are capable of producing treatment effects that are clinically meaningful and supports the suggestion that psychological interventions are beneficial for reducing food cravings.
In this insightful case story from Netherlands-based GoE Energist Trainer Jacqueline Besseling, she describes how she introduced Energy EFT tapping to a elementary school group of 27 children.
An EFT study from the University of Athens, has found the frequency and intensity of the headache episodes were all significantly reduced when participates used EFT. It concludes that this trial shows promising results for not only the frequency and severity of headaches but also other lifestyle parameters.
The Energy EFT Heart & Soul protocol is a simple and hugely effective tapping technique, and one that is highly recommended to all that love energy and tapping.
In a wonderfully simple and colourful layout, these handy Energy EFT fridge magnets are perfect for giving out to clients, workshop students and friends.
Decreases in anxiety were statistically significant, as well as a reduction in self-reported stress. The data supports that nursing students experienced a decrease in feelings of stress and anxiety including a decrease in somatic symptoms, when EFT was used.
The study concludes that EFT can be an effective tool for stress management and anxiety relief in nursing students.
There is just 100 days left to go until the GoE Modern Energy & EFT Trainer's course begins in Port Melbourne, Australia.
For the first time in Australia's history, there is the chance to become a Modern GoE Energy Trainer, and be among the first to take advantage of the new Gold Rush in personal development, coaching and professional advancement, including the latest advances in modern Energy EFT tapping.
Hwabyung is a Korean somatization disorder, a mental illness which arises when people are unable to confront their anger as a result of conditions, which they perceive to be unfair. Hwabyung is loosely used as the name of the disease, as it is actually more of a name regarding the cause. Hwabyung is known as a culture-bound syndrome. The word hwabyung is composed of "hwa" meaning "fire", "angry", and "byung" meaning "syndrome" or "illness".
Silvia Hartmann writes; "When we work with positive energy, we experience a personalised, positive healing journey every time - and we can never choose the wrong positives. All positives are aspects of love. It is simple, profound and immensely practical - but also, exciting, stimulating, fun and very, very inspiring."