Want to eliminate a craving? Chocolate? Cakes? Sweets?  Coke?  An EFT trainee with a 4-litre-a-day Coke-drinking habit did just that, in 3 minutes, at an EFT Certificate Level 1 training weekend.  

She did this by tapping on herself while she said a few focussed words.

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT tapping)  is a powerful acupressure-and-mindfulness stress release system that’s fast gaining popularity around the world.

This is a unique way to lose a craving — no willpower, no struggle, no pain.   Just learn how to tap for it, via one of the simple techniques taught in EFT.

The trainee did the Eliminating Cravings tapping process on the first day of my training workshop.  At home that night she  wasn’t interested in drinking a Coke, and next day back at the course she still wasn’t interested in Coke. Her friends couldn’t believe it.

The effects of this process may last weeks or months. When it runs out, she can choose to repeat the process, or not.  Her craving is now in her own hands, literally.

No willpower needed – and a fast change

EFT tapping enables a craving to melt away in a few minutes.  The craver simply loses interest in the craved food — or habit.

This is the only process among EFT’s 48 processes that is temporary.

The Eliminating Cravings process is not only for food, although people often thank it for losing their cravings for chocolate or chips or cake.

The only requirement is that you must truly want to give up the craving, at least for now.

Other EFT tapping techniques

This is just one of a multitude of applications of EFT tapping.  The method can reduce stresses of all kinds — emotional, attitudinal,or physical problems — ranging from neutralising trauma or easing pain through to calming a distressed baby (or even a pet) — and way beyond.

More than 100 scientific studies support EFT’s results.


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