recommended eft resources
When I was first training to become a practitioner, I worked my way through the entire Gary Craig series of EFT DVD libraries, and I highly recommend all of them. For additional information, I turned to a number of books. I wanted to try to understand the basis for EFT, the science behind it, and current thinking in the entire, growing area of energy therapies, and meridian-based therapies in particular. The best I’ve found include the following:
The Genie in Your Genes, by Dawson Church, The Biology of Belief, by Bruce Lipton, The EFT Manual, by Gary Craig, and The Promise of Energy Psychology, by David Feinstein, Donna Eden, and Gary Craig.
There are also some very useful scholarly articles available, and scholarly work (research) is incredibly important. Check out Peta Stapleton’s site and work for excellent research on cravings, take a look at David Feinstein’s site for good research on EFT. If you have database access, look into EFT, acupressure desensitization, Energy Psychology to pull up peer-reviewed work by Ruben, Church, Feinstein, and others. The journal Energy Psychology is a peer-reviewed journal that is dedicated to EFT and similar energy psychology interventions—order all the back issues and keep track of their good work if you are feeling scholarly! I cite this work and others in my papers for school!
There are many resources out there regarding EFT. I recommend, as I’ve said elsewhere, eftfree.net, the site that I am involved with.
I also recommend my colleagues’ sites—go to Betty Moore-Hafter’s site, or Jade Barbee’s, or Carna Zacharias-Miller’s, or Ange Finn’s for excellent EFT insights and possibilities. I recommend them all unresevedly!
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