Chocolate Cravings Gone with EFT Tapping Therapy learnt during EFT Practitioner Training
In this article, you will learn how Emma Voss conquered her food cravings one by one through Emotional Freedom Techniques. She attended EFT Practitioner Training every year and achieved her desired shape.
Ever wondered why you get that insatiable urge to have a Belgian dark chocolate cake in the middle of nowhere on a regular day? One moment, you’re simply sitting and working in your office after lunch, the next, you find yourself ensnared with desires. Before you even realize you’re standing next to the refrigerator, binging on chocolates and other sugary treats. These kinds of food cravings can be both physiological and psychological.
Business owner Emma Voss managed to grab her cravings by the scruff of the neck. She talks about her victory over her chocolate cravings after attending EFT Practitioner Training in the UK in 2011, “I learned a lot at the EFT training program and I feel very positive. On the first day of the training itself I felt in control over my chocolate cravings. My first ever day without chocolates was effortless. I did all my work without getting clobbered by my urges. I never thought I could ever achieve that in a single day”. Emma returned for the EFT Practitioner Training in 2012 and this time she won over her biscuit cravings. She came back for the training in 2013 when she reported her body was in better shape.
The EFT Practitioner Training ‘eliminate cravings protocol’ can easily be learned on Day 1 of Training Program. You will be able to free yourself from any negativity, fears, inhibitions and trauma from the past events.
During the EFT Practitioner Training, as attended by Emma Voss, you will also learn how to:
- Shift limiting beliefs to move towards what you want
- Work with adults and children on real-life issues
- Become qualified as a Practitioner
Attend the next training to find out more about Emotional Freedom Techniques Practitioner Training and how the training can help as part of a self-healing program or to become professionally qualified and make a difference to the lives of others and earn a living.
Learn how EFT Tapping heals
Emotional Freedom Techniques (tapping) is clinically proven to lower stress, tension, anxiety, past-trauma to enable health, happiness and vitality.
With EFT there are many different ways of working to shift from feeling unhappy to happy:
- First use EFT Tapping on what it feels like to be not happy and open the door to a new reality.
- Then discover past experiences of feeling unhappy and clear them from the root cause using Tell the Story or the Movie Technique.
- Explore if there are any limiting beliefs (link to limiting belief blog) that prevented you from being happy and use the Limiting beliefs process to transform any limits.
- Use positive EFT Tapping for 21 days to embed the vibration of feeling happy.
Example of positive tapping sequence might be:
“Even though I felt unhappy, then was then and this is now, I am open to feeling happy.”
“Even though I only existed and I did not realise I could be happy, I open myself to to the possibility of being happy."
In closing, people seek comfort in their food. After a terrible day, they turn to their favourite food to clear their head. This temporary comfort turns into cravings.
Instead of choosing short-term comfort, you should get to the cause and resolve it. However, we have self-doubt and limiting beliefs that prevents us from looking within ourselves.
Emotional Freedom Techniques eliminates the limiting beliefs and helps you get to the root cause. This way you can deal with your emotions and welcome peace in your life. That too, without gaining extra pounds.
In summary, EFT can help you find the emotions that trigger your food cravings. Resolving your underlying emotions makes it significantly easier to overcome your addiction or cravings. Emma Voss successfully tamed her cravings using EFT.
Disclaimer: The information on this website is purely for educational purposes and does not in any way replace the requirement for medical and psychological diagnosis and treatment. Please do seek professional medical and psychological diagnosis and advice for all medical and mental health conditions. It is advised to always book any consultations with qualified professionals.
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