Are you stressed? Want to learn how to release that stress quickly? You’re in the right place. This blog teaches you an easy tool you can use right now if you need stress relief fast!

One of the fastest and most effective ways to reduce stress is to tap on a series of acupressure points, practicing a technique called Easy TFT (thought field therapy)*. When you use this simple body-based technique, your body starts to relax, rebalance, and come into the here and now. Practice the technique right now by following along with the video below, presented by ACEP’s TFT trainer Suzanne Connolly. Follow along and see how you feel. You can also download written instructions in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

How it Works

Tap the inside corners of your eyebrows, under you eyes, under your arms, and under your collarbones. Follow along with Suzanne Connolly on the video, and she will demonstrate other tapping points as well.

Why It Works

The energy does not flow smoothly through your meridians when you are upset. Easy TFT  helps your energy flow again by clearing blocks along your meridians. This allows you to reduce stress quickly and easily.

Another good time to use this technique is when you are bothered by upsetting memories. It will help you to leave the past in the past. If you haven’t given easy TFT a try yet, do it now. Take notice of how your body feels both before and after you use the technique. This technique is just one of many you can use to reduce stress and reduce feelings of upset.

More Techniques to for Fast Stress Relief

If you found easy TFT helpful, here are a few more tools you can use to reduce stress: Breathing into Balance and simple EFT. If you want to learn tools like this to help improve your wellbeing, contact me.

Video Resources Provided by the ACEP Humanitarian Committee

The mission of the ACEP Humanitarian Committee is to develop and implement humanitarian projects that alleviate emotional distress caused by catastrophic natural and man-made events around the globe. We do this by encouraging and assisting ACEP members in developing humanitarian projects that utilize recognized energy psychology and other modalities that meet ACEP’s standards and guidelines. Learn more here.