How to Survive a Divorce using EFT

Suzy Miller www.thedivorcemagazine.co.ukIn this interview with EFT expert Susan Cowe Miller, she explains to Alternative Divorce Guide Suzy Miller, how EFT Tapping can help with divorce stress; one of life’s big emotional challenges.

How to Survive a Divorce using EFT

Divorce Stress is one of life’s big emotional challenges.  Feelings of frustration, anger, helplessness, injustice all come high on the list.

A need for increased confidence, stronger self-worth and self-esteem seem necessary but sometimes they appear out of reach.

I share here the first of two easy to follow self-help Tapping videos; hugely effective in lowering stress and anxiety.

EFT can help clients deal with overwhelm, deep stress, self-sabotage and as a result they benefit from improved physical health and positive emotional well-being.

So how can EFT Tapping help you?

EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) works to release trapped negative energy blocked within the body’s energy system. EFT has been called ‘Psychological Acupuncture’ because you tap on energy channels and voice your distressing issue, event or pain. When you are happy your energy flows easily through the energy channels but when you become stressed by a negative emotion blockages then appear within the energy system and potentially cause physical illness and pain.

The negative energy released by EFT Tapping has been stored since the specific negative event, statement or issue first took place, months or many years before.

EFT works at a conscious and subconscious level. It clears negative experiences from your past so that you change your emotional reactions today; you live and react in the present – not repeating negative patterns of learned behaviour from past stressful events.

It can be used as a self-healing tool but it is advised to work with a practitioner if troubled by big trauma.

Tapping is a powerful tool and you now have it, at your fingertips!

Suzy Miller of The Alternative Divorce

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Susan Cowe: EFT (Tapping) practitioner and author of ‘Survive and Thrive after Trauma’

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