Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

by Ben Wilson |  Date Released : 01 Mar 2008

  • Introduction
  • Program is right, diet is right, why isn’t everyone getting results?
  • Lack of commitment and lack of results often lie in the emotional and mental component.
  • Conscious subconscious brief overview
  • Negative emotions are disturbances in body’s electrical energy field
  • What is EFT? Basic theory, how it works, quick example, how can it be used for weight loss, emotional eating, etc…
  • Diffusing the electrical charge with tapping
  • Getting specific: “Even though I ________, I accept myself..."
  • Locating core problems
  • Track to the core using EFT
  • The event (i.e., car crash) and the FEELING about the crash
  • No such thing as reality
  • Elements from your past that still have emotional charge today
  • Rate it, tap it, re-assess
  • Asking your client questions can bring you to "ah ha!" moment
  • Help your client by developing FEELING based visualization of his goal weight - what will it feel like, what will you do, what will people say – multidimensional imaging

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Ben Wilson

About the author: Ben Wilson

Ben Wilson has a degree in Chemistry from Cardiff University. He is a NSCA-certified personal trainer, nutritionist and EFT therapist. He is author of Rugby Fitness Training: A 12 Month Conditioning Programme. He has studied and worked in the US, Australia and the UK with every type of client from housewives to business executives, from children to pensioners to elite level athletes. Previous roles involved training special populations, including post heart attack/stroke patients and clients with varying degrees of disability. Ben has sat the National Federation of Spiritual Healers (NFSH) foundation course. He is the founder of One2One nutrition.

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