Where Did EFT Tapping Come From?

Have you ever seen someone rub their forehead when they were stressed? Or clutch the base of their throat when shocked? Hold their heart when it is breaking?

And, of course, we pat babies to soothe them when they are upset.

Where Did EFT Tapping Come From? 1

Touch is comforting. We're wired for it.

Tapping is a gentle form of soothing touch.

There are some key points where the flow of the body's energy is more "accessible." Such points were discovered and documented a long time ago.

In fact, the Chinese have been stimulating these points through touch (acupressure) and needles (acupuncture) for over 5000 years! It's also from traditional Chinese medicine that we learned about the flow of vital energy (chi or qi) along meridian pathways.

Since the tapping points are on these meridians, EFT Tapping is sometimes called Energy Tapping or Meridian Tapping.

Tapping started in the 1960s and '70s with George Goodheart and John Diamond. It was further refined in the '80s and '90s by Roger Callahan, Patricia Carrington, Gary Craig, Fred Gallo, Donna Eden, and Carol Look. Since then, the benefits of Tapping have continued to be extensively documented by thousands of other professional practitioners and researchers.

Tapping continues to evolve since they are a part of several overlapping fields of scientific exploration: energy therapy, energy medicine, energy psychology, meridian energy therapy, energy-centered bodywork, and more.

From worldwide experience, we now know Tapping can shift our beliefs and thoughts quickly and with much less pain than many conventional therapies.

There are lots of theories on how and why it works, but no one can say for sure. (We just see the positive results.)

Scientific studies show that the electrical resistance in the skin at the meridian acupoints is much lower than in the rest of the body. Brain wave studies show energy tapping affects the deep subconscious.

However it works, Tapping seems to activate our body's innate self-healing intelligence and allows us to transform our lives.

 Case histories abound that show astounding changes in anxieties, fears, and phobias. Hundreds of thousands of people use it to improve their relationships, their ability to work, and how much they enjoy life.
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