Mainstream psychology is starting to shift towards acceptance of energy psychology treatment protocols.There is a new article by David Feinstein and Dawson Church, both psychologists, about to be published in the American Psychological Association’s Journal, which is a peer reviewed Journal. Energy psychology is becoming a leading aspect of psychotherapy.
The underlying principle in the article is that there are certain genetic aspects to behavior and when people have undergone trauma at an early age, it tends to “turn on” or “turn off” certain genes which, in turn, lead to various negative behaviors. Those behaviors can include (in their words):(a) exaggerated limbic system responses to innocuous stimuli, (b) distortions in learning and memory, (c) imbalances between sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system activity, (d) elevated levels of cortisol and other stress hormones, and (e) impaired immune functioning. In simpler terms, if you experience exaggerated responses to minor problems; are having trouble with learning or using your memory; feel like everything is a “fight or flight” experience; have a lot of unusual stress symptoms; or have suppressed immune responses, there could be a genetic reason behind it.
THE GOOD NEWS: By using acupoint techniques, such as EFT, you can ameliorate such conditions – at a genetic level. That means that you don’t have to experience all those challenging symptoms that medicine and psychology previously seemed to be unable to do much about. You can use EFT to actually change your genetic pre-disposition to having such negative experiences and start to feel better than ever before.
They specifically mention the fact that such maladies as depression, schizophrenia, anxiety and social isolation are all conditions that will likely be amenable to treatment with meridian therapies better than any other type of treatments.
In other words, they conclude that therapy, using EFT and other types of meridian based interventions can be very effective at changing the genes and their cascades that will change those areas of biological change which, in turn, may produce long-term benefits surprisingly quickly.
This means that EFT is being seen as a legitimate treatment by mainstream psychologists which could change psychology sooner than most people think.
EFT practitioners are thrilled that the mainstream of psychology may be starting to wake up to the benefits of EFT and its efficacy in treatment of serious psychological issues. We applaud them for finally publishing such a study in their Journal and hope that their professional readers respond favorably to it and what it can mean to the profession of psychology.
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