I am so excited to share more about the wonderful self-healing potential our bodies are equipped with. But where is this all coming from? Who are we really? How is it all connected: mind, body and soul? Science is unravelling deeper mysteries of our molecular structures and more than ever before, the field of Mind and Body Medicine is sharing a place of respect in the western medical model. With more and more evidence of the link between matter (cells in our bodies for example)and energy (i.e our thoughts or emotions) we are faced with a future of new discoveries that will help us live healthier lives. We are more than cells, we are energy beings. Have you ever wondered how in the world our brains generate brain waves that can be recorded on machines such as EGGs? How does Acupunture work? Where do we go when we meditate? I like to share with you a therapy that is making inroads in the medical field. I hope you find it interesting and may want to try it to complement your journey towards healing and wellness. I actually got training and use it at least once a week. Let me tell you IT WORKS! So what is EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)?
EFT is a powerful new discovery that combines two well established sciences so you can benefit from both at the same time:
Mind Body Medicine and Acupunture. EFT does not require needles like Acupuncture does and it is very easy to learn.
My husband participated on a study where EFT was used to resolve Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome symptoms among veterans, I witnessed the whole process from beginning to end (about 2 weeks) and the results were beyond understanding. I am sharing the website in case you want to learn more about this technique. You can download a free training manual from the site and get to work right away. I suggest watching the video! http://www.emofree.com/ Let me know what you think!
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