“The energy of life entering and leaving your body flows evenly throughout the universe. With that current, the mind of the cosmos communicates with all things.”
~ Ilchi Lee
Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is a SIMPLE, QUICK and extremely POWERFUL technique that gets right to the root of emotional, and often physical problems, to clear stress, anxiety, phobias and much more.
The founder and developer of TFT, psychologist Roger J. Callahan, PhD says: “Thought Field Therapy is the study of the structure of thought fields and the body’s energy system as they pertain to the diagnosis and treatment of psychological problems.”
Also known as The Callahan Techniques TFT, is the pre-cursor to EFT and other tapping therapies.
TFT utilises the same energy system used in acupuncture, but without the needles. It capitalises on the body’s powerful energy system to relieve the emotional distress associated with most psychological problems.
The tapping, which occurs at the endpoints of different energy meridians. It brings the energy needed to activate a healthy flow of electromagnetic energy throughout the body’s system and thus brings relief to numerous maladies.
This video will give you a great idea of how it works, why it is effective and why it benefits you.
Thought Field Therapy (TFT) has already changed the way thousands of people have overcome emotional problems, such as phobias, anxieties, addictions, and other common psychological problems.
Developed over the last 25 years by Dr Roger Callahan, a clinical psychologist in the USA. The technique combines principles of Western and Eastern healing methods, using the tapping of energy points in the body to release emotional distress. The process only takes minutes and provides immediate and lasting relief.
What Kind of Problems Can Be Helped with TFT?
• Anxiety and Stress
• Personal fears
• Anger and Frustration
• Eating or smoking or drinking problems
• Loss of loved ones
• Social or public speaking fears
• Sexual or intimacy problems
• Travel anxiety, including fear of flying or driving on the freeways
• Relationship issues
• Cravings, sabotage
• Confidence issues
• Low moods and mood swings
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Here are some additional Thought Field Therapy resources for you to check out.
What do you think?
Is Thought Field Therapy something you have tried? Has it been successful for you? Would you recommend it to others? If so, why?
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NOTE: This information may not cover all possible claims, uses, actions, precautions, side effects or interactions. It is not intended as medical advice, and should not be relied upon as a substitute for consultation with your doctor, who is familiar with your medical situation.