Learning About EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)

eftAs I’ve spoken about before, I tend to be a worrier and a nervous and anxious person. Sometimes I even get panic attacks, which can be extremely scary and embarrassing. So I’m always looking for ways to stay calm and relaxed and release the anxious parts of me.

Recently, I was able to learn about EFT (emotional freedom techniques). I had never really heard about this before, but it is a very popular method of relieving stress, anxiety, and all around bad feelings in a safe way. It definitely sounded like it was worth a try!

EFT is something you can do alone, by yourself, and you cannot do it wrong! You simply tap certain areas of your body (see picture below) and allow yourself to vent your feelings and in turn, give yourself positive affirmations.

I find that the positive affirmations are my favorite part. Here are some of my favorites:

  • I am letting go of what I cannot change.
  • The only thing I have control over is my thoughts, my behaviors and my actions.
  • What other people think about me is none of my business.
  • I can’t always control the events in my life, but I can control my response.
  • Even though I have this feeling, I completely love and accept myself.

What do you think? Have you ever tried EFT? Do you suffer from anxiety? I would love to get some comments on this!

To learn more, please visit Brenda’s website (the lovely lady who took the time to teach me this – she writes for Mindful Moments on ASKinyourface.com!).

Courtesy of Lauren’s Thoughts.

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  1. Lauren,

    Thank you or doing this shout out to EFT and me…I am so glad you found it helpful and know I am here for any questions or concerns. I love EFT and am dedicated to letting the world know about it!


  2. Lauren and Brenda; I am also a worrier who suffers with panic attacks, which can be debilitating and frightening. I know I have seen this technique before on Askinyourface, but I would like to know more about it. Thank you both for posting this, and I need to check out your websites.

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