Reduce worries with EFT

(3 customer reviews)


Learn how to let go of worries with EFT tapping, a powerful alternative tool.

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Are you a worrier? Do you tend to think about the worst possible outcome for any situation? Do you constantly worry about the safety of your your loved ones or your own health and wellbeing perhaps? Then you might need to rewire your brain.

Learn how to let go of worries with EFT tapping, a powerful alternative tool based on Energy Psychology. EFT is a fantastic technique to help you get clarity and reduce worries, unhelpful patterns and emotions. In this video I’ll guide you through a couple of sample tapping sequences. You’re encouraged to personalise the statements so that you can get the most out of if.

There’s also a couple of introductory EFT videos included in case you’re unfamiliar with EFT tapping, so you’ll get three videos with this purchase. Tapping is a unique holistic energy psychology tool aimed to help and empower you.

This video takes you through an EFT tapping sequence that may help to

  • stop worrying and overthinking things
  • reduce stress and anxiety
  • reduce fear
  • increase relaxation
  • see things more clearly
  • promote sleep (if done before going to bed)

For a more personalised approach and to tackle deeper issues, please consider booking a 1-2-1 session.
I’ve also got an extensive Emotional Balance online course aimed to help reduce stress, worries, anxiety, improve sleep and lift depression.

Learn how to let go of worries now. Get this video and have this wonderful tool at your disposal whenever you need it! EFT can also be used with children (adapt language accordingly)

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Additional information


00:13:48 (13mins)
MP4 video

EFT Intro

Introductory videos: 00:07:25 part 1 & 00:07:35 part 2

3 reviews for Reduce worries with EFT

  1. Lucy Bennet

    This is so weird and so cool at the same time but most importantly it works!

  2. Margaret

    I love EFT but always struggle with what to say when tapping on my own. This is like a guided tapping meditation and still tailored to what I need because Sandy asks you to tune into your own body and notice the feelings before tapping and you can fill in the blanks in the statements. I’m planning to use this every day now as I tend to worry a lot.

  3. Sandra

    Great little video, not as good as a 1-2-1 session but I guess it’s not aimed at that. It’s definitely great as a starting point or in between sessions. Thank you.

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