eft history

History of EFT


A brief history of the Emotional Freedom Technique by Brad Yates.


truth stage (2) ridiculous
violent oppose accept
hope self-evident out there
hopefully psychology like it or not
history different make a difference
confusion founder it makes sense
lifelong fear intense
nightmare issue (2) inch
trauma foot/feet (2) all my life
therapy even that for some time
conventional method around (2)
acupuncture flow experience
discomfort whack out of whack
symptom knot knot in my stomach
meridian under tap
relieve pressure (2) run after her
wait splash upset
nightmare sequence within
free (2) regular basis out of business
program train degree
technique throw throw out
instead diagnosis figure (3)
figure out major bottom
rather than leave leave out
necessary hurt moment
go through protocol takes a few moments
result client apt/aptly
comfortable discover emotion
cause disruption energy
system clear balance
return natural fond of
try anything you never know
clear out stuff both
experience another state
statement too late carry
present (3) long/longer no longer
whole whole lot feel (2)
more recent feel good
show (2) during tap
download anxiety take my word for it
link research evidence
science brain anecdotal evidence
scan normal active
activity stimulate lower
level cortisone stress
hormone design threat
situation fight fly/flight
pump now fight or flight
develop regular basis
mind open-minded often times
respond attack saber
threat calm saber-toothed tiger
calm down change homeostasis
comfort zone comfort zone
human relationship danger
resolution allow hope
choose valid beneficial
share reason process





1. What are the three stages of truths, according to Arthur Schopenhauer?

2. Everyone is unanimous about the history of EFT. True or false?

3. Where did the speaker learn the history of EFT?

4. Who are Roger Callahan and Mary?

5. Describe Mary’s condition.

6. Talk about Dr. Callahan’s treatment.

7. Dr. Callahan’s business or career changed. Yes or no?

8. Who is Gary Craig? His background was in psychology. Is this correct or wrong?

9. Was Gary’s approach (methodology) simpler or more complex than Roger’s?

10. According to Dr. Callahan, what causes negative emotions?

11. Are their methods related to acupuncture? If yes, how?

12. Gary says, “Try it on anything.” What does this mean?

13. Explain Gary’s statement, “It’s never too late to have a happy childhood.”

14. What is cortisone? What happens during tapping?

15. The speaker talks about evolution, saber-toothed tigers and fight or flight. What does this mean for people?

16. The human mind is designed to like homeostasis: we like to stay the same we like to stay in our comfort zone. What does this mean? Give examples from life.

17. The speaker tells listeners to believe him; believe everything he says. True or false?
A. Have you heard of EFT?

B. My friend has tried acupuncture. Yes or no?

C. Is alternative or folk medicine popular?

Share Button

Email this page

Comments are closed.