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Introduction to Tapping In this introductory video I'm going to take you through how Tapping can release negative emotions The Science of Tapping The biggest thing that puts people off Tapping is that they see it as a little bit New Age. It's funny to me, as someone who studied science at Cambridge University, I find it perfectly scientific. The formula is precise, and the results are repeatable and reliable.
Welcome to the EFT research pages. There are thousands of stories on this web site written by people who have recovered from a wide variety of physical and psychological challenges using EFT. While such anecdotal evidence is valuable in pointing to what EFT can do, rigorous scientific research has been required in order to establish EFT as an "evidence-based" method that can be used with confidence by medical and psychological professionals in primary care. These EFT research pages summarize the many studies of EFT published in peer-reviewed professional journals.
By Joaquin Andrade, MD and David Feinstein, PhD The research, which was initiated in the late 1980s and included various studies over a 14-year period, was published in 2004 in an appendix to David Feinstein's Energy Psychology Interactive: Rapid Interventions for Lasting Change (Ashland, OR: Innersource). SUMMARY (complete paper follows; for images click here ) In preliminary clinical trials involving more than 29,000 patients from 11 allied treatment centers in South America during a 14-year period, a variety of randomized, double-blind pilot studies were conducted. In one of these, approximately 5,000 patients diagnosed at intake with an anxiety disorder were randomly assigned to an experimental group (tapping) or a control group (Cognitive Behavior Therapy/medication) using standard randomization tables and, later, computerized software.
Please make sure to read our DISCLAIMER before using Tapping. For more on Tapping , make sure to get the FREE Ebook: 15 Ways to Health Happiness and Abundance. Click here to learn more The Below Video Was Originally Created for our 2011 Tapping World Summit online event which had over 350,000 people in attendance. You will hear referencing to the event and audios to listen to.