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How EFT and Cognitive Psychology (alternative) Works

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How EFT and Cognitive Psychology (alternative) Works

Did you know that the emotional freedom technique can play a big role as far as cognitive psychology is concerned? It is important to understand how cognitive psychology works and how EFT can be used as a cognitive psychology alternative. It is basically the study of mental processes which include attention, the use of language, memory usage and perception, problem solving and creativity and thinking. EFT can be used to resolve traumatic issues around these processes as an alternative to cognitive psychology.

EFT and Mind-Body technique

Considering that EFT is a tapping therapy where you concentrate on your emotions and thoughts while tapping on various acupressure points, it means that this particular technique can also assist in managing patterns of thinking so as to avoid stressful relapses. EFT can be a good way of preventing the negative emotions and cognitive psychology that normally affects the balance of the body.

 

Human thinking and EFT

EFT can be useful in altering our belief system. Sometimes, human beings thinking may drive them into depression and mental disturbances. EFT can be introduced in place of cognitive psychology to release and resolve emotions that have been trapped because of traumatic events and memories. Whereas cognitive psychology seeks to study and understand how human beings think and how the external forces affects their thinking, EFT gives a resolution when tapping on the pressure points and thinking about the event. This cognitive psychology alternative is definitely one to try.

EFT and problem solving

In life, problems are inevitable and those problems must be resolved in order to avoid continual and worsening of stress type symptoms. Through tapping on the nine acupressure points on the body and talking through your emotions and problems, EFT can be a very good cognitive psychology alternative.

If you would like to find out more about how EFT can be used as an alternative to a cognitive psychology, you can view my website at www.mindfulhealingtoolkit.com.au or book in a session. I do face to face and online consultations. Book here. You can also view free videos to help resolve some of your emotions at my vimeo channel here: https://vimeo.com/mindfulhealingtoolkit

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