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EFT for the Highly Sensitive Temperament (EFT: Emotional Freedom Techniques) 1st Edition
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EFT, short for Emotional Freedom Technique, is a painless tapping on specific acupressure points. It is based on the concept of "The cause of all negative emotions is a disruption in the body's energy system." This concept is shared from the Eastern practices of how meridian lines (channels along which the energy is considered to flow.) can become blocked or stagnant, which can lead to many dis-eases. However, when this energy is running open, we feel our best. Rue Hass has devoted an entire book for just those that suffer from being `highly sensitive' and explains how that personality type is not alone, but should be treasured for the wonderful being they truly are.
Rue immediately describes the nature of the `Highly Sensitive Temperament', but first she opens with learning how to self-care for this type of person. Explaining how sensitive people are often from painful pasts, and these pasts are filled with very limiting and invalidating beliefs. She teaches the reader how to reconnect him or herself in a loving, positive way and one begins to feel that sense of `belonging' in the Universe. After this, she provides the `Basic Recipe', which is the foundation of the technique provided. She then includes the rest of the instructions as well as sample affirmations and worksheets. I say this is wonderful for everyone as so many examples are listed with just the basic recipe, and it is so simple that I am eager to start teaching my five year old son how to do this!Read more ›
(EFT: Emotional Freedom Techniques)
Author: Rue Hass
Publisher: Energy Psychology Press
Today's world can often be a hectic place. We are exposed to a huge amount and variety of stimuli. From bright lighting, noisy cars, loud talking, blaring music and constantly ringing phones to the noise of machinery, blinking lights of electronic equipment, and everything that goes along with modern society and technology. Do you ever feel like all that activity, people and noise are really upsetting you? Ever feel like you are on sensory-overload? If so, you may be a person with a highly sensitive temperament (HST).
Do you get anxious or depressed by things and people around you? How do you make personal decisions? Are you logic driven or do you base decisions on your gut feelings or intuitions? Studies have found that those of us with HST tend to be more intuitive, more in touch with our personal vibes, and the vibes of people we come into contact with. HSTs often get their feelings hurt easily, and have an extremely high level of empathy towards others, including animals. Perhaps you are self-sacrificing, putting the needs and desires of others above your own. You may find that your physical or mental health suffers because of it. Often, HSTs will feel emotionally drained and exhausted just by being in crowded or loud situations. They may try to avoid conflict of any kind. Usually idealistic, they would like to assume the best of everyone.
Being an HST is not a bad thing; many of the world's greatest humanitarians and creative people are HST.Read more ›
I am going to go on u tube to learn more of how to do it for different things.I think this is a great way to self help with emotional problems and physical.
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It interesting, not much different than other books I have read on EFT.Published 9 months ago by Lynn T. Gunnoe
ordered it for understanding hyper-sensitivity, the EFT approach was, wellllll....... it was unique.......little out there.Published 12 months ago by L. Willmon
Helpful info for someone who has fibromyalgia but I don't have this; however, I am "sensitive" to emotions, etc. A lot of the books is conversations.Published 16 months ago by Patty Lyda
Still reading and studying the techniques. So very glad I added this to my EFT library. I can see how this will be an asset to my practice. Thank youPublished 17 months ago by Leslie E. Carmody