EFT and Heartmath

EFT + Heartmath

Combining EFT with other techniques intensifies their effect. One of the simplest ways to do this is to use the Heartmath breathing technique with EFT.

First, bring your focus to your heart and breathe in and out as if you are breathing through your heart. Then think about something you feel grateful for.

After a few moments, when you feel relaxed, then do a round of EFT. You can do the heart focusing exercise after the EFT if you want. This brings the heart into a state of coherence, which reduces stress and enhances intuition. It will help you to have better focus, more energy, and improved mental clarity for any issue you are working on.

heartmath-infographic-topThe HeartMath® System introduces you to a powerful tool to help you increase physiologi-cal coherence. Use the Quick Coherence® Technique in your daily life to reduce the ef-fects of stress and the emWave® technology to enhance your coherence practice.
The Quick Coherence® Technique The Quick Coherence Technique is an easy way to interrupt the stress response and quickly bring your system into coherence. Practice this tool four or five times a day, every day for a minimum of three weeks. Use it as a quick stress manager prior to or during chal-lenging events or situations. Good times to practice Quick Coherence are first thing in the morning, before going to sleep at night and break time in the middle of the day, but you can use it anytime you want to rebalance or get an energy boost.
The Steps Step 1 – Heart Focus
Focus your attention to the area around your heart.
Step 2 – Heart Breathing
Breathe deeply but normally and feel as if your breath is coming in and going out through your heart area.
Step 3 – Heart Feeling
Activate a positive feeling such as appreciation or care, perhaps recall a fun time when you felt good inside, and try to reexperience it. Once you have completed the steps, you can ask yourself, “How could I handle this in a better way?” With practice, you’ll find you have more intuitive choices or options for what you can do next – even in the middle of a challenging or high-pressure situation.