TFT is an energy tapping technique which involves tapping on various acupuncture points on the body. This helps to alleviate distress including stress, anxiety, Obsessions, Panic Attacks, and Depression.
Thought Field Therapy Is the original EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and is a unique meridian or energy therapy whereby a client is asked to tap on various meridian points in a precise sequence whilst thinking about their problem.
Most individuals experience significant relief from their issue within a few minutes. Thought Field Therapy was discovered and developed by Dr.Roger Callahan a Californian clinical psychologist with over 40 years of experience, Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is best described as a natural, drug-free, non-invasive system to eliminate the cause of negative emotion. It started in 1979. Dr Roger Callahan was treating a lady with a water phobia. After many months of conventional psychological approaches, like systematic desensitisation and cognitive behavioural techniques, there was no progress. He then had the idea of tapping on one specific acupuncture point which related to where she felt the phobia symptoms in her body. She was dramatically cured! Her water phobia had gone. Dr Roger Callahan, and his patient, were both amazed by the result.
Dr Roger Callahan subsequently developed various tapping sequences over the following months and years. Each tapping sequence corresponds to particular conditions like anxiety, stress, fear, other negative emotions, cravings, phobias and traumatic events. Thought field therapy TFT, is simple, yet very effective .It is quick, and provides lasting results. However, it does not fit with our conventional way of thinking and expectations.
The technique is to tap on acupuncture points on your body in a particular sequence. However, it does not fit with our conventional way of thinking and expectations. The technique is to tap on acupuncture points on your body in a particular sequence. It sounds too simple to work. Or too ridiculous to work. Or you might think; how could that possibly help me? I would say those are reasonable initial thoughts. But it does work. It works well for anxiety, both mild and severe. It works well for other things like stress, fear, phobias and emotional traumas and so on.