EFT Tapping Therapy is Sparking Controversy

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EFT tapping therapy is without a doubt one of the most controversial alternative health approaches currently in existence. While the vast majority of people in the US and Canada have never heard of it, word about this new approach to healing is spreading rapidly. And it’s creating controversy wherever it goes, without exception. In fact, the first reaction most people have when they hear about EFT and are told what it involves is to laugh out loud. “That could never work” is a common response. It’s actually one of the more polite negative responses – we can’t print a lot of them because this article is meant to be suitable for the whole family. Suffice it to say that many people are at first skeptical about EFT tapping therapy.

And that’s just the laymen – the response from medical professionals and authorities is even more negative. They denounce EFT in no uncertain terms, calling it quackery and a hoax. Most of them state that not only is it a scam that doesn’t work, there’s no way it could work according to modern medical science. According to them, any positive benefits of EFT tapping are simply due to wishful thinking, false correlation, and the placebo effect, helped along by the desire of many people to believe in miracle cures.

But that’s only one side of the story. Yes, there is a strong negative response to EFT out there, but there are hundreds of thousands of people who swear by the therapy. Most of them were skeptical and laughed about it when they were first introduced to the modality. But many of them had an mind open enough to new ideas to give it a try. And now they’re big believers. (There doesn’t seem to be much middle ground – people either hate EFT or love it.) People from all over the world, and all walks of life are raving about it. And they don’t buy for a minute the doctors’ idea that they’re deluding themselves, or just imagining that they’ve been cured. Tens of thousands of folks have reported astonishing results. And no one should write these people off until they’ve tried EFT tapping therapy for themselves.

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Source by Susan Hewitt

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