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Emotional Freedom Technique
The Tapping process taught here at Tapping.com is based on Emotional Freedom Technique, created by Gary Craig. Emotional Freedom Technique itself is based on Thought Field Therapy.
All successful therapeutic techniques activate the same basic mechanism in the human body that releases trapped negative emotion.
You will find the focus of Gary Craig's official Emotional Freedom Technique site, emofree.com, to be based much more around the physical healing of illnesses and emotional medical conditions such as PTSD and Depression.
Here the main aims are to help people who are already well become the best person they can be. Your negative feelings and beliefs are the only things that hold you back from being, doing, and having anything you want in life. Emotional Freedom Technique is one of the best techniques for working through them.
While the videos touch on problems like Depression and Insomnia, the main thrust of the site will be more similar to Gary's Palace of Possibilities work than his physical healing content.
Tapping.com supports the use of any and all effective Release Techniques for activating the releasing mechanism and helping people become more than they are.
Sincere gratitude goes to Gary for his inspired invention and re-invention of Emotional Freedom Technique.
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