There are a variety of different ways to learn EFT.
- Quick guide to the shortcut method
- From a trained practitioner
- In workshops
- From Gary’s Craig’s manual and videos, or other websites
Most people come across EFT on the internet where there is a lot of information about how to use EFT. They usually get started with the “shortcut method”. This is an abbreviated version of Gary Craig’s original system. This gives you enough information to start experimenting with EFT on small day to day issues. My page explaining how to do the shortcut is here.
From a Practitioner
Some people prefer to learn things from a person face to face, and one on one.
Or, if you have used EFT quite a bit, you may get to a point where you feel you could use some help with some deeper or more complex issues. Then it’s time to find an EFT practitioner.
Others prefer to learn in a workshop situation. There may be someone teaching an EFT workshop in your area. If you’re in NZ and can’t find anything via Google, contact me and I’ll see if I can find someone close.
If you’re in Wellington, I periodically run 3 hour Intro to EFT workshops, and can organise something if there’s enough demand.
At some stage in your learning process, you’ll want to become acquainted with the amazing resource that is Gary Craig’s website. This site has a detailed EFT tutorial which can be watched free, articles, case histories, and more. You can sign up for a free newsletter.
There are many other great websites from very experienced practitioners, and loads of good videos on You Tube.
Just a small handful of my favourites:
- Ann Adams
- Brad Yates
- Carol Look
- Gwenn Bonnell of Tap Into Heaven and Tap Away Pain.
- Patricia Carrington (developer of the Choices method)
- Paul and Layne Cutright (Relationship Counsellors)
- Rick Wilkes
- Sandi Radomski (Allergy Antidotes – using EFT and Ask & Receive)
- Stacey Vornbrock (Sports Performance)
While EFT has produced remarkable clinical results, it is still be considered to be in the experimental stage and each user must take complete responsibility for their own use of it.