EFT - Emotional Freedom Therapy

by Wendy


Okay, before you scoff, EFT (Emotional Freedom Therapy), while typically used for issues like stress, anxiety, depression and other psychological states, it has amazing effectiveness on physical pain!

I haven't used it on my back pain lately, because I haven't had any, but I have used it recently for headaches and stomach aches. I love it. Google it. There's tons of information on it.

EFT is along the lines of acupunture in that it relies on energy in the body and meridian points. But instead of using needles, you tap with your fingers on various meridian points. You use affirmative statements to lock in whatever it is you want to change. You can also use complete protocols, like I would suggest for back pain, to effectively eliminate the pain from your body.

It's amazing. And it works.

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No Scoffing Here
by: Dave

Wendy,
I absolutely believe what you are saying, and I also believe that the brain is the ultimate pain control tool. Some people have trouble appreciating or believing what they don't understand.

Combining acupressure with positive affirmations sounds like a great pain control technique. Keep the faith and don't let anyone tell you that it doesn't work.

Thank you for sharing your story.
Dave

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