Meridian Points To Heal

...People looking for a safe, healthy solution to emotional and physical pain are increasingly finding relief with the emotional freedom technique, which is also commonly seen as EFT. EFT is completely natural and can be done anywhere, at any time.

 This revolutionary technique utilizes ancient acupressure points located on your body's meridian to stimulate healing and desensitization. It is safe for all ages and appropriate for all people, and is easily learned. EFT even makes it possible to target very specific problem areas on the body.

The different meridian points work effectively as "keys", so that with the proper training, a practitioner can address specific areas. Different emotions are associated with these different points, too. For example, the meridian located at the small intestine is marvelously effective at relieving feelings of being stuck or frozen. If you need extra stimulus to change old, undesirable habits, or want to rid yourself of obsessive behavior, this is a point you should experiment with. The skin is a very delicate organ and beneath the skin is where we reach and relieve our built up anxieties and begin to heal.

Located just at the side of your eye, the gall bladder point meridian is a useful spot to assist with clearing feelings of rage and resentment. By bringing taps to this area regularly, you will experience greater compassion and understanding. Facing rare aggressive diseases like mesothelioma that is triggered from asbestos exposure can feel daunting and unfair, but this meridian will help you to harness and understand your emotions.

The meridian located at the top of the head can be tapped to focus and clear your thinking--it can help you to silence your inner critic, and to access greater spiritual clarity. If you have been overwhelmed by your states disease life expectancy, this might be a particularly good tapping point for you. As we all know, to heal the body, it is important to also heal the mind.

Our governing meridian is located just under the nose, and by tapping this point you can relieve those oppressive feelings of guilt, grief, and embarrassment. This is a particularly self-empowering gesture to work into your EFT routine if you suffer from social anxiety.

Directly beneath the governing meridian is our central meridian, located at the chin. The old reminder to keep one's chin up has new meaning when you practice EFT. The central meridian helps to teach us self-acceptance and certainty. If you find yourself having difficulty making up your mind, this meridian will be very useful to you.

The collar bone point can be utilized to help us continue to stride forward in our day to day activities--you will want to make sure you visit this spot if you find yourself feeling worried, confused, and unable to move on. Regular incorporation of this point will increase your confidence and capability.

If you find yourself feeling guilty or obsessive, or even hopeless, the under arm point is a very powerful meridian you can use to overcome these feelings.

The power of EFT is truly humbling. When you use EFT in conjunction with traditional medicine and a healthy regime, you will be mind blown at your feelings of wholeness and efficacy. One of the most wonderful things about EFT is how easy it is to teach other people this life-changing technique. Share the knowledge and share the power. Learn how you can harness the emotional freedom technique to improve your life.

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