Aug 21 2010

Using EFT for Self-Empowerment

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Using EFT for Self-Empowerment

One of the most amazing self-empowerment tools I have ever encountered is EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique (or tapping as it’s sometimes called).

There are many reasons why I like using EFT:

  • It can be used by any individual – it isn’t necessary to go to a practitioner for treatment.
  • It’s available whenever it’s needed 24/7.
  • There’s no cost outlay – it’s completely free to learn.
  • It’s very simple to use.
  • It cannot be done the ‘wrong’ way.
  • It’s based on ancient Chinese knowledge utilizing acupressure points or meridians.
  • There’s no limit to its use. It can be used on mental, emotional, physical, or spiritual challenges.

For those of you who are new to EFT, let me explain a little about why it is my favourite self-empowerment tool. I first learned about EFT about three and a half years ago. Even then I recognized the value of it as a self-empowerment tool, but it wasn’t until about one year ago that I fully understood the extent of its use and started using it seriously.

Some time ago, I was introduced to Nick and Jessica Ortner who founded Use It On Everything – a site dedicated to promoting the benefits of EFT. This site eventually changed to The Tapping Solution designed around a wonderful DVD made by Nick and his associates by the same name. The DVD is endorsed by many well-known individuals including Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield, Bruce Lipton, Dr. Mercola and many others.

Since the DVD was introduced, The Tapping Insiders Club opened which gives members access to an array of tapping routines, interviews with EFT experts, etc. I am a member myself and there’s a wealth of information for anyone interested in self-empowerment.

They say knowledge is power and knowledge of the self is self-empowerment!

You may remember yesterday I posted about looking in the mirror and not being able to love myself. As a self-empowered individual, I’m not content to simply accept that experience. It was necessary for me to do something about it. What did I do? I did EFT!

self-empowermentAs it happens, I had an email in my Inbox from a wonderful EFT expert, Margaret Lynch who created The Secret of Intentional Wealth program based on EFT. I was introduced to Margaret through the Tapping Insiders Club. I had seen her email, but being rather busy, I had not read it. After my experience in the bathroom, I was inspired to take a further look at the email and what I discovered was truly amazing.

Margaret’s email was about self-esteem and a program by Dr. Joe Rubino. She also included an EFT routine to address the Inner Critic! That’s exactly what I needed at that moment and I immediately went through the routine. Later I shared it with some friends I met later in the day and we all found it very helpful.

In my next post, I will explain more about the Inner Critic routine and will try to make a video for you where you can tap along. I’m dedicated to sharing anything that will empower the individual and I find EFT to be the perfect technique for self-empowerment.

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  1. […] EFT (or tapping as it’s sometimes called), there are more details in my earlier post about using EFT for self-empowerment. Also, I made a YouTube video that may be helpful. You can view it on my website […]

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