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EFTfree.net is a community-minded, educational website dedicated to sharing the art and practice of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques). We offer a growing library of innovative resources and training materials for students and teachers, including weekly EFT articles from enthusiastic users from around the world. Want to explore EFT further? Click here to Discover EFT and learn more about how you can balance the energy you bring to any life situation.
Recent EFT Trainings:
Recent EFT Trainings:
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EFT Level 1 & 2, May 13-15, Washington, D.C.
"I feel honored to have been a part of Lynne and Betty's first group of EFT Certification trainees! The healing energy flowing through our small group was palpable. I am leaving with a strong base of knowledge on the art of using EFT, excitement about putting this knowledge to use in my practice, and a desire to continue to learn and study." - Marie Black, MA, LPC
EFT Level 2: Building Your Skills
"I just want to thank all of you again for the incredible weekend! I have already put my new skills to work. I arrived home on Sunday and my daughter had a sore calf from a dance rehearsal. She and I tapped on the pain and she was AMAZED at how it vanished. Today at work, I had an 11 year old client in tears due to the death of her cat. She and her mother tapped with me and, again, she couldn't thank me enough for the help. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!" - Mandy Tolson
More feedback from Lynne, Betty and Jade's EFT trainings can be found on our EFT Training and Certification Page...
Latest EFT Articles:
Holding space for someone to tap with a marginalized or frightened part of him or herself is always a sacred experience for me. To hear someone address a part of themselves tenderly and with intention is to witness the miracle of self-healing.
“When you get to what the chocolate means, the craving will often shift profoundly…”
I love to use this concept of “allowing the possibility that I can be delighted,” or “pleasantly surprised” by a certain event we’re currently dreading. It’s light-hearted enough to avoid most “yeah-but” reactions, and to lift our spirits as we set our intentions.