EFT is a valuable self-help tool. Being an effective energy based psycho-therapeutic  tool, it can easily address acute as well as chronic emotional and physical problems. It is based on TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and modern Psycho-therapeutic tools. EFT renounces the usage of any drugs in all its procedures and hence there are no side effects. It is backed by rigorous scientific research.


AAMET, the Association for the Advancement of Meridian Techniques, or AAMET International,  is a non-profit association founded in 1999.  AAMET is a member of GRCCT (General Regulatory Council for Complementary Therapies).



DATES: 11 & 12 November, 2017

TIME: 10 am to 5 pm (Sat & Sun)

VENUE: T. Nagar, Chennai

(Old No. 9, New No. 13, 3rd Lane, Habibullah Road, Near Nadigar Sangam, T. NAGAR, CHENNAI)

special_offerEARLY BIRD OFFER Rs. 8500 (Before 20th October)

After 20th October – Rs. 9500

(Lunch & Tea included)


(After registration, you will be sent a payment link. Once the payment is done your seat will be confirmed.)

Visit www.emofreetherapy.com for more information

The training is experiential, allowing you to build your skills step by step while working on a range of issues. It  will give you a thorough introduction to EFT and help you become confident in applying EFT on yourself, family and friends. EFT utilizes acupressure points and other psycho-therapeutic techniques to give you freedom from painful memories, cravings, physical issues and trauma.

In this small group training, the number of participants is strictly limited to 5 trainees, allowing for individual attention.

On completion of the workshop, you will receive AAMET’s certificate of attendance. This does not confer practitioner status.  This is the first step towards becoming a certified Practitioner. The next step is to attend a level 2 workshop and meet the AAMET requirements. I will also be providing a EFT Level 1 manual that will cover everything you’ve learnt in the workshop.


Origins, Background and Efficacy

Building Bridges to EFT

The EFT Discovery Statement

EFT Basic Process – Tapping Basics & Insights

Psychological reversal?

The Importance of Measuring and Testing

Reflecting Your Client’s Exact Words (Introduction to Rapport)

When EFT Doesn’t Work

The Importance of Being Specific

The Concept of Aspects and Shifting Aspects

The Importance of Persistence


The Apex Effect

The Generalization Effect

Additional Points, Strategies, and The “Your Point” Concept

Handling Excessive Emotional Intensity

Cognitive Belief Shifts

Borrowing Benefits

Introduction to Trauma and The Movie Technique

Quality Detective Work

EFT for Physical Issues

EFT for Cravings

Confidentiality and Healthy Boundaries

EFT for Self-Care: The Personal Peace Procedure

Limitations to Level 1 Competency


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Empty the barrel

Have you ever felt that even though you’ve weathered the toughest crises in the past, now even a small problem makes you feel like you’re losing control and you can’t take it anymore? That’s because your barrel is full. You cannot pile on more things on your system otherwise it will break down. This is what burn out looks like.

The full barrel effect refers to how when the immune system becomes overburdened and the body is full to its capacity of fighting pathogens and stress, you get autoimmune conditions where the body attacks itself.

“As long as your barrel is less than full, however, your immune system is still able to deal with what it confronts every day. But once the immune system becomes overburdened and that barrel fills to capacity it can begin to misread signals, causing the immune system to make costly mistakes and attack the body itself.”( Nakazawa, 2008)

So empty your barrel. You need to release the stress, let go of the adverse experiences and the stuck emotions that are keeping your barrel full. Once you start emptying the barrel, you will have more space in your body and mind to deal with new stressors. If your system is full of stress, then you don’t have any mental capacity to deal with new stuff, and anything new, no matter how small, can cause a breakdown.


Read more on the barrel effect here:



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