What is Energy Therapy?

Energy therapy simply are techniques to work with the subconscious mind. There are many types and flavors of these therapies as many people have discovered different angles or aspects of the same big picture.

The subconscious mind is where the emotions are located. Emotions have an energy charge and this is why it is called energy therapy.

For example, hypnosis is the oldest and best known of these modalities. But did you know that there are techniques that can benefit you more in 10 seconds than a 45 minute session with a skilled hypnotherapist?

I learned through my studies in ECIWO medicine that tapping on the acupuncture points of Energy Freedom Techniques (EFT), Tapas Acupuncture Techniques (TAT), Thought Field Therapy (TFT) and others, have nothing to do with their astounding results

Other methods don't use tapping on the body, but use back and forth eye movements such as Eye Movement Desensitization Prepossessing (EMDR). EMDR is gaining acceptance by many psychotherapists for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

The tapping, eye movements or pressing are simply signals to the subconscious mind to act. The subconscious does exactly what it is told to do, if you know how.

Some modalities may seem a bit bizarre, but the more effective techniques use a signal word or phrase, such as Be Set Free Fast (BSFF) and Zpoint.

Some therapies are free and others can cost you $$ thousands to learn, some may not be all that effective or others can even be unwieldy and over-complicated.

According to Dr. Silvia Hartmann, renowned master of EFT, 15% of people do not respond to any help because of dissociation.

However Inner Influencing® cuts right through dissociation as if it is not there. It is the most effective modality on earth.

The Inner Influencing® course costs less than a single session with a psychotherapist, yet it can help you move years beyond conventional therapy in a matter of weeks.



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