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Briefly, EFT is an emotional form of acupuncture without any needles. It’s something you can learn to do. Here’s how it works. You tap with your fingertips to stimulate specific meridian energy points while you’re “tuned into” whatever is bothering you. Very often, you get relief in minutes. In oriental medicine, the idea of energy meridians has been around for thousands of years. So what may seem like a new idea is really a tried and true one.

EFT works well for all kinds of emotional and physical issues. You can try it on most anything that limits you from being who you want to be. Or feeling how you choose to feel.

EFT is elegantly simple, powerful and safe. While the idea of tapping may sound unusual, unbelievable or even ridiculous, people are surprised by EFT’s undeniably wondrous results. EFT isn’t perfect, of course. Yet it often works when nothing else will.

The best thing to do is to discover the possibilities EFT may have for you. It’s a tool for a lifetime.


A key part of growth is accepting responsibility. The intention for this Weblog is to provide information of value in learning about EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques). While it’s quite often remarkable, EFT is still relatively new and in the experimental stage. Our focus is on helping the general public understand how to use EFT positively for self-help and personal growth. EFT is a wonderful, gentle and safe tool for people to learn and use.

Given that, we also recognize and honor that there are times when a person needs to use EFT under the supervision of a doctor, therapist or other healthcare professional. You’re responsible for using your judgment in knowing when to do so. Any information, instructions or advice presented is in no way intended as a substitute for medical or psychological care. We disclaim any liability or loss in connection with the information and advice herein.