DAY 4 – THE SCIENCE OF FASTEREFT TAPPING

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DAY 4

THE SCIENCE, HISTORY AND MORE UNDERSTANDING OF eutaptics®/FASTEREFT TAPPING

eutaptics®/FasterEFT was created out of years of studying systems and modalities like EFT, NLP, neuroplasticity, and mindfulness. The strategies, methodologies and techniques involved are backed by science, experience, and results. Read more HERE about the four main elements involved, and the difference between FasterEFT and EFT.

Dr Peta Stapleton, a clinical psychologist, has led Australian research on Tapping and explains why it’s regarded as the fourth wave in healing. She provides details of the resounding success of clinical research done at Bond University on weight loss. Subjects Tapped on food cravings for 15 minutes a day over four weeks and emerged having curbed their cravings for unhealthy food choices.

Watch Dr Stapleton’s TED TALK HERE

The complete results of Dr Stapleton’s pilot program’s preliminary results showed a dramatic reduction in activity in the emotional centre of the brain, responsible for food cravings.

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IT’S ALL ABOUT MEMORIES AND THE WAY WE HOLD THEM

So now to the detail of how eutaptics®/FasterEFT works.

It is an understanding of how and why reconsolidating or updating memories to POSITIVE is necessary to create positive life transformations. A memory is recorded across the cortex. But really it’s not the real experience, it’s just a recording. Inside the memory, it has components that make it seem real – visuals, feelings, sounds and maybe taste and smell. When we address a memory, we address how we encode it in our mind and upgrade it to an empowering one. 

Daniela Schiller, Associate Professor, Mount Sinai Hospital, has done ground breaking research on memory consolidation.

She explains it HERE

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She says memories are unstable and a window of opportunity has been created by nature each time you retrieve a memory, to change the meaning. “We have to relive the bad memories to change our memories. We are free and not slaves to our past.”

Years of research have taught Elizabeth Loftus, a professor of psychology and law at the university of California, just how unreliable our memories are. From tweaking a real memory to planting a completely fabricated one, tampering with our minds is surprisingly easy, she says. In her work, she has proven how human memory is not only unreliable, but also mutable. She is most well-known for her work in criminal law, where she has shown that eyewitness testimony can be manipulated.

HERE IS HER TED TALK.

 

How does this complement what we do in a FasterEFT session?

FasterEFT is an easy to understand, highly effective way of changing how we represent our past.

The science behind fastereft and the nature of working with memories is explained eloquently HERE by Chip Brown, an advanced level 4 FasterEFT practitioner.

 

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