Emotional Healing in Minutes: Simple Acupressure Techniques for Your Emotions

Emotional Healing in Minutes: Simple Acupressure Techniques for Your Emotions

by Valerie Lynch, Paul Lynch

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Overview

Conquer your fears, phobias and negative emotions with this simple proven technique. The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a psychological version of acupressure, incorporating methods from Ancient Chinese Medicine and modern-day Applied Kinesiology. Each session involves gently tapping a sequence of energy points on the body with the fingertips, which releases the negative emotion. The authors provide a clear step-by-step guide with information about where to tap and what to say. This technique can be mastered by anyone and can be used effectively without the need for a therapist. It is a remarkable treatment that has achieved amazing results for a wide range of issues. You can tap away:stress and panic attacks• negative emotions from jealousy to anger• bad habits and addictions• fatigue, depression and more

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780007112586
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Publication date: 01/28/2002
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.70(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Paul Lynch trained in NLP and worked as a holistic therapist for years before discovering EMT.Val Lynch runs The Heart Centre in Eastbourne with Paul. She is a Reiki healer and runs personal development groups.These two authors, based in the UK are eager to promote.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsiv
Forewordv
Prefacevi
Introductionix
Part 1Introducing Emotional Healing
1The story of EFT3
2EFT - How It Works9
3The Friendly Therapy17
Part 2The Emotional Freedom Technique
4The Formula to Freedom33
5Energetic Shifts53
6Multiple Aspects66
7Psychological Reversal78
8The Self-help Approach98
Part 3Emotional Healing in Practice
9Phobias113
10Addictions126
11Physical Complaints138
12Beliefs152
13Weight Loss164
14Relationships176
15Troubleshooting189
16Working with a Therapist206
Afterword217
Glossary220
Resources222
About the Authors224
Index225

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