Learn an easy tool you can use to help leave the past in the past.

One of the fastest and most effective ways to heal old memories is to tap lightly on a series of points on your body. One technique that can really help is Simple EFT (emotional freedom techniques)*. This simple body-based technique helps your body to relax and allows you to feel calm and balanced. It also is great for reducing stress quickly. You can also download written instructions in EnglishSpanish, and Portuguese.

How it Works

You can follow along with the video and do the EFT basic recipe: Tap on the side of your hand. Then tap the top of your head, inside eyebrows, corner of the eyes, under the eyes, under the nose, under the mouth, under the collarbones, and under the arms.

Why It Works

Being upset causes a disruption in the flow of energy through your meridians. Easy TFT  helps your energy flow again by clearing blocks along your meridians. When you do this, you reduce stress quickly and easily. This allows you to reduce or even eliminate the troubling feelings that often accompany old memories.

If you haven’t given Simple EFT 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 resolve the feelings from memories and leave the past in the past.

More Techniques to Help Heal Old Memories

If you found Simple EFT helpful, here are a few more tools that you can use to calm anxious feelings: Easy Thought Field Therapy and the Trauma Tapping Technique. If you want to learn more about using techniques like this to improve your wellbeing, contact me.

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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.