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EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUES GROUP - free non-profit group & community service, since 2004, in The Woodlands (Houston suburb), Texas, USA


EFT/tapping presentations in the news

WOMAN'S WORLD
May 2010

Tap Your Chest!



FIRST FOR WOMEN MAGAZINE
5/3/2010

The tap that ends tiredness   FIRST FOR WOMEN MAGAZINE




EFT on the Oprah Winfrey Network

This is reposted from the EFT Universe newsletter:
Sunday, September 18, 2011
EFT on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN): OWN has videotaped an episode that shows veterans doing EFT! The show is called Our America With Lisa Ling and will air in October. Here's a link to the trailer. Our wonderful volunteer for the Iraq Vets Stress Project, Candace Green, has been offering EFT to veterans and their family members for years; Lisa Ling captured the heartwarming results of her work in this documentary about PTSD. EFT Universe has a very active publicity program; you can find published stories in EFT in the News.
Looking forward to seeing this episode!




"CLAPPING HANDS --- a simple form of EFT?

Clapping Hands Sharpens the Brain
Sept. 2010 - Natural Awakenings

Clapping Hands Sharpens the Brain
Anew study by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev reveals that hand-clapping songs boost the development of motor and cognitive skills in children ages 6 through 10.
"We found that children in the first, second and third grades who sing these (kinds of| songs demonstrate skills absent in children who don'I take part in similar activities," explains Dr. Idit Sulkin, of the university's music science lab. "We also found that children who spontaneously perform hand-clapping songs in the yard during recess have neater handwriting, write better and make fewer spelling errors."
Sulkin engaged several elementary school classrooms in a program of either music appreciation or hand-clapping
songs for 11) weeks. With the hand-clapping group, she found that "Within a very short period of time, the children who until then hadn't taken part in such activities caught up in their cognitive abilities to those who did."
The children's teachers believe that those who participate in such hand-clapping songs also exhibit better social integration.







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