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What is EFT?
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques. It re-writes the programs contained in your subconscious, just like you would re-write software contained in your computer hard drive. Once your subconscious programs are changed, you are no longer at the control of your emotions – you are the master of your emotions. Getting out of overwhelm is no longer just a dream, it’s a possibility, as long as you know how to use EFT effectively…and I’m going to show you how.
Here are some science-based facts:

Conscious Mind

  • Controls our waking life 5% of the time
  • Hopes
  • Dreams
  • New Years Resolutions
  • Affirmations
  • Effort
  • Downloads 40 bits of information a second

Subconscious Mind

  • 80% of which were created by our 7th birthday (acquired from family and community, most of which are limiting you from your fullest potential)
  • Controls our waking life 95% of the time
  • It is simply a record/playback machine. You cannot change it by simply talking
  • Contains habits/systems
  • It’s main function is to keep you safe
  • Rewriting the beliefs held here show up as Habit not Effort
  • Downloads 40 million bits of information a second (it is one million times stronger than the conscious mind!)

Looking at these facts objectively, which one usually wins?  Subconscious, the Master Processor.  And if you understand that 95% of your beliefs about yourself are beyond your conscious awareness you now have some idea of why things might not have been turning out like you expected them to.

body_points

Karate Chop Point (KC): This point is on the side of your hand, in the middle of the fleshy part.

Eyebrow (EB): This point is at the inside edge of the eyebrow, above the inside corner of the eye.

Side of the Eye (SE): This point is next to the outside of the eye, on the temple.

Under the Eye (UE): This point is just below the middle of the eye, near the edge of the bone.

Under the Nose (UN): This point is in the indentation just between the middle of the nose and the middle of the upper lip.

Chin (CH): This point is on the middle of the chin, just below the crease.

Collarbone CB): This point is a tender area close to the end of the collar bone, next to the u-shaped indentation below the neck, just under the bone.

Under the Arm (UA): This point is in the the tender area on the side of the chest about four inches below the armpit.

Top of the Head (TH): This point is at the crown of the head.