We are spiritual beings in a human body. Just as we can study the physical body, take care of it by eating well and exercise, or when we are sick take medicine and get extra rest, we can also learn about the spiritual body. Let’s take a look at how we can support the energy body.
The Chinese have studied the meridians for thousands of years. Acupuncture manipulates the meridians through needles or pressure to the skin. They correspond to different organs (heart, liver, stomach, etc.) and physiological systems (immune, nervous, lymphatic system, etc.) in the body. They are our body’s energy bloodstream.
When the body gets sick, these meridians get out of balance. Donna Eden (http://www.innersource.net/) describes in detail the different energy systems in her book “Energy Medicine.”
To do the tapping we don’t need to know a lot about meridians or the body’s energy system.
Emotional Freedom Technique was introduced in 1995 by Gary Craig, a Stanford engineer in lifelong pursuit of personal well-being. He recognized at a young age that the quality of his thoughts were mirrored in the quality of his life and has been intensely interested in personal improvement ever since.
His underlying theory was that "the cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system." The EFT system includes tapping on 12 acupuncture points and repeating reminder phrases about your problem aloud. Mr. Craig believed that this sequence of tapping would balance one's energy system; he recommends it as a potential solution to any challenge.
Documentary film released soon:
Tapping points (diagram)
Gary suggests to first use the tapping on physical pain and later adress emotional issues.
We have to understand that we are responsible for our life. To do the tapping we don’t need any specific place or circumstance, just a willingness to let go of negativity. Let’s make room for the good life, the life we were intended to live.
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