Healing the Emotional Trauma of a Stroke with (EFT)

by Cheryl D. Hiebert  M. Div  —- EFT has been used to treat the emotional trauma caused by a stroke.  Traumas such as stroke cause disruptions in the body’s energy pathways (known as meridians) which can often restrict or stop the natural flow of energy within the body.  EFT is a effective method to release stored traumas and emotions. Using the same energy pathways found in ancient Chinese medicine, EFT was created to be a quick, self-help tool that can be used by anyone.

Unresolved emotional trauma underlies most disease. By removing that layer, healing becomes possible.

EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques have been described as one of the most important breakthroughs in the area of psychology in this century. It has been used successfully with thousands of people with a broad range of challenges,  to include stroke.

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is done by tapping with the fingertips at the end of the body’s energy meridians together with a carefully crafted statement to trigger a healing response.

This technique works to identify the emotional root of your problem and to resolve it quickly. It has been proven successful in healing phobias, anxiety, stress, PTSD, fear, pain, cravings addictions, insomnia and weight issues.

Another key to unlock the wonders of our self-healing bodies.

How have you dealt with your emotional trauma after a stroke?

 

 

 

 

2 Comments on this article

  • Tamara November 2, 2012

    The emotional part is the hardest part for me. It even stops my recovery. Painful spasms in my leg prevent me from walking normally. When I feel safe, for instance if I’m walking outside holding the arm of my PT, my movement is much better. Even though it’s only psychological support I’m using. I KNOW that, but I don’t FEEL it. I used to be sexy and have an interesting (but stressful job), now I don’t look that wonderful and I work as a volunteer trying to get back to a normal job. A physiatrist once told me I was acting more disabled than I am. I’m really seeing my stroke as an opportunity for growth. To find out who I RALLY am, underneath those hair extensions, sexy dresses and high heeled shoes. I’ve discovered I lived from the outside in. I did a lot of things, so other people could find me interesting.

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    • Lisa January 25, 2013

      When I am reading your writing here, I feel like that you’re writing about me. Now we have to be friends so we can grow and fight the stroke together. You can reach me at [email protected]

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