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EFT & Matrix Re-imprinting

What is EFT?

EFT stands for Emotional freedom technique, also known as tapping, it's a relatively new form of therapy, developed by Gary Craig in the 1990s. However, while Gary’s specific treatment may be new, it is linked to the principles of acupuncture dating back over 5,000 years. It also has a substantial body of recent research evidence showing its clinical effectiveness in a wide range of settings.

The actual process of EFT is straightforward, combining gentle self-tapping with words and phrases designed to focus attention on the matter in hand. Once you have learned the basic principles, you can continue to practice EFT at home. It becomes a handy self-help tool you can turn to whenever you need.

Although emotional freedom technique is easy to learn, it’s also incredibly powerful. It can allow you to transform and release feelings of hurt, shame, guilt, anger and fear to name a few.  Even after one session, doing just a few rounds of tapping, many people find they are calmer, lighter and generally feel better. Evidence shows that the effects of EFT can be transformational and long-lasting. It’s not just a temporary feel-good process but can provide long-term relief from well-established conditions.

How does EFT work?

EFT works with the body’s internal energy systems. It uses gentle stimulation of the meridians used in treatments such as acupuncture, while simultaneously focussing on the current difficulty. This dual attention helps your brain process whatever might be troubling you.

Western science has historically been sceptical of approaches such as acupuncture. However, recent research has revealed the existence of the primo vascular system corresponding to many of the meridian points. Further, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), studies have observed that EFT can make significant changes in brain function.

When we are stressed, the way our brain works changes. Activity in the pre-frontal cortex (linked to memory formation and retrieval, and cognitive processing) reduces — it goes “off-line”. At the same time, activity in the amygdala increases. The amygdala is like the body’s fire-alarm, responding automatically to what it thinks is a danger. When the amygdala becomes activated, it signals our bodies to ‘standby for action’. Our bodies release stress hormones (adrenaline and cortisol) that prepare us for fight or flight.

As evidenced by MRI scans, EFT calms the amygdala. Thus, reducing our arousal, bringing us back to a quieter, more resourceful, state. Because you were focussing on the issue at the same as tapping, and your body relaxed, your amygdala learns that it doesn't need to set off the ‘fire alarm’. So, the next time you encounter whatever the issue might be, it has much less effect. Meaning, EFT leads to a permanent change in how you respond to the original problem with life changing results.



What is Matrix Re-Imprinting?

Matrix Reimprinting was developed by EFT Master, Karl Dawson, in 2006 and is ​a new EFT technique that changes your relationship to your past and dramatically transforms your physical and emotional health in the present. It takes into account scientific developments in the fields of cell biology (in particular, the work of Bruce Lipton who correlates the connection between beliefs and biology), trauma psychology, neurodevelopment and quantum physics. The effect is often a profound transformation in physical and emotional wellbeing, freedom from the traumatic memory, and a cognitive shift in insight, belief and perception through the deep reframing of the event.

Matrix Reimprinting is a powerful therapy that helps process and release the chronic effects of past trauma and stress in the subconscious mind. It is effective and gentle. In contrast to other therapies, it doesn’t require the client to necessarily relive the event and risk re-traumatisation.

Some of the benefits of Matrix Reimprinting include;

  • Very easy to use and gentle on clients

  • Resolves traumatic memories often within minutes

  • Quickly finds core issues, related trauma and beliefs

  • Locates pre-conscious trauma (pre 6 years) often beyond our awareness and conscious memory

  • Allows client driven reframes and cognitive shifts 

  • Locates Psychological reversal and secondary gains 

  • Creates positive beliefs

  • Works on dissociated clients 

  • Successful with non visual clients or who have difficulty with imagination

  • Allows forgiveness and wisdom to be gained from past events

  • Sends a message to the body/cells/DNA the trauma is over

  • Resources the client and rewrites the past

  • Naturally utilises the law of attraction in a very powerful way

How does Matrix Re-Imprinting work?

Matrix Re-imprinting works by acknowledging and releasing the emotional charge from the trauma, identifying the negative belief made or strengthened at that moment, and then creating new positive images, outcomes and beliefs in relation to the original event and reimprinting these in the mind and body.

To understand how Matrix Reimprinting works, you will need a basic introduction to some of the modern theories of quantum physics. What quantum physicists have helped us to understand is that we are all comprised of energy, and that we are all connected by a unified energy field. This notion has been popularized more recently by films such as The Secret and What the Bleep do We Know?, and more and more people are coming to accept the understanding that this field exists.

This energy field was originally referred to as the ‘Matrix’ by Max Planck in 1944. In more recent years Lynne McTaggart has referred to it simply as ‘The Field,’ Greg Braden has talked of the ‘Divine Matrix,’ whilst Rupert Sheldrake has talked of ‘Morphic Fields.’

This field or matrix is all around us, and connects us to our past. This is because we hold our specific traumas and stressful life experiences in the matrix, and they influence our every thought pattern, behaviour and action. To understand how this is so we can draw on the findings of modern psychology in relation to trauma. Any psychotherapist or psychologist can explain what happens in the body when a trauma takes place. Part of us splits off or disassociates to protect us from the trauma, and this is why we often don’t remember a traumatic event after it has taken place. But where does this disassociated part go when it leaves us? In our experience over the last couple of years has led us to understand that it goes into the matrix.

It is important to recognise that this process is very different from denying what happened. From a quantum physics point of view, we have any number of possible pasts or futures, and it is simply turning us into one that is more resourceful, whilst releasing the stress and trauma that we hold in our body-mind and body-field, due to traumatic life events. 

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