EFT Tapping

EFT Tapping is a powerful technique used by many people all over the world. It was developed during the 20th century. There are various types of EFT techniques. Some of them are:

Electro convulsive therapy (ECT)

Acupuncture

Psychic healing (AKA clairvoyance, precognition, etc. )

) Hypnotherapy

Therapy with crystals or stones

The most popular one is called “Electro Convulsive Therapy” (ECT). It involves applying electric current to certain parts of the body, usually the brain. This causes seizures in those areas.

Most people who have tried it report positive results. However, there are some drawbacks:

It’s not without side effects; sometimes these include depression, hallucinations and even death.

Some people experience a temporary decrease in their intelligence.

There is no guarantee that it will work for everyone.

ECT is expensive and only available to the wealthy. It requires special equipment, which may cost thousands of dollars. If you want to try it out, you’ll need to pay for a licensed doctor or medical professional who specializes in ECT treatment.

You won’t get any other help from anyone else if you don’t succeed at this procedure!

The second most popular EFT technique is called “Acupuncture.” During this treatment, small needles are placed in the body at specific points. These points cause certain bodily functions to change.

Practitioners of this technique say that it can help people with mental illness. People who have tried it have mixed results. Just like with ECT, its success rate is about 50%. It’s significantly cheaper than ECT, but still out of reach for most people.

Some people believe in something called “psychic healing.” In this technique, the healer claims to manipulate a person’s energy with their mind. It sounds crazy, but it’s surprisingly common!

In some places, they call it “faith healing.” Other places have something known as a “trepanation ritual.” This involves cutting circles around a person’s head using flint tools.

The most well-known type of psychic healing involves something known as “clairvoyance.” This is when a person claims to see through time or space using their mind. A clairvoyant healer claims to see inside your body and diagnose the reasons for your pain.

They say they can then manipulate your inner energy to make you feel better.

There are several problems with this approach:

This method has never been scientifically proven to work.

Sources & references used in this article:

Tapping for success: A pilot study to explore if emotional freedom techniques (EFT) can reduce anxiety and enhance academic performance in university students by E Boath, A Stewart, A Carryer – Innovative Practice in Higher …, 2013 – journals.staffs.ac.uk

Tapping for PEAS: Emotional freedom technique (EFT) in reducing presentation expression anxiety syndrome (PEAS) in university students by L Boath – Innovative Practice in Higher Education, 2012 – journals.staffs.ac.uk

Is acupoint tapping an active ingredient or an inert placebo in emotional freedom techniques (EFT)? A randomized controlled dismantling study by L Fox – Energy Psychol Theory Res Treat, 2013 – energypsychologyjournal.org

The Art, Science and Business of Tapping by EFT Level – 2013 – efttappingtraining.com

Tapping your way to success: using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) to reduce anxiety and improve communication skills in social work students by E Boath, R Good, A Tsaroucha, T Stewart… – Social Work …, 2017 – Taylor & Francis