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    • ISBN:9781405513456
    • Publication date:15 Dec 2011

The Healing Power Of EFT and Energy Psychology

Tap into your body's energy to change your life for the better

By Donna Eden, David Feinstein, and Gary Craig

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This groundbreaking book explains how to tap into your body's energy not only to change your health, but to change your behaviours and thought patterns as well.

Your body is comprised of energy pathways and energy centres that are in constant motion, interconnecting with your cells, organs, immune system, mood and thoughts. THE HEALING POWER OF EFT AND ENERGY PSYCHOLOGY incorporates the concepts of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) to show you how to shift these energies, so you can influence your physical health, your emotional patterns, and your state of mind. With this strategy, stubborn phobias often fade in minutes, the lifelong effects of an early trauma can frequently be reduced or completely eliminated, uncontrollable anger can rapidly become manageable and even elusive physical problems may respond where other treatments have failed.
Here are simple step-by-step instructions to help you: change unwanted habits and behaviours; enhance your ability to love, succeed and enjoy life; overcome fear, guilt, shame, jealousy or anger.
This clearly illustrated and easy to follow energy approach will help bring about significant change in your life.

Biographical Notes

David Feinstein, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who serves as national director of the Energy Medicine Institute. Donna Eden is the author of the internationally successful book, Energy Medicine. Gary Craig is the founder of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT).

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  • ISBN: 9780749940201
  • Publication date: 02 Dec 2010
  • Page count: 336
  • Imprint: Piatkus
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