healing options. Tap Your Troubles Away (Part 1)

Johnston, S. Laurance
December 2010
PN;Dec2010, Vol. 64 Issue 12, p28
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The article focuses on the popular mind-body healing modality called Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). It says that EFT is a form of acupressure-assisted exposure therapy that catalyzes the release of negatively charged stuck emotions. It states that EFT is a type of energy medicine, particularly energy psychology, which includes acupuncture, therapeutic touch, and homeopathy. It adds that EFT uses the pressure of tapping fingers, instead of needles, in regulating the flow of life-force energy. INSET: Basic EFT Procedures.


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