Chinese Five Elements theory is a wonderful and accessible tool for working out the root causes of various emotional symptoms and issues that a person may present with. Working with the elements alongside EFT can more quickly move a person to a place of balance and harmony.
In this episode of Tap Into Your Healthy Self, Annabel will be interviewing acupuncturist Stephen Hunter.
Stephen will talk about the emotions associated with the Five Elements and how they work together in a dynamic yet perfectly balanced system. He and Annabel will also discuss how life trauma affects the balance of the elements within a person and how this can lead to a variety of different symptoms and responses.
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About Stephen Hunter: Stephen started training in healing work in the early 90’s, first with body work and then acupuncture. After qualifying in acupuncture at the Northern College of Acupuncture he was immediately invited back to teach both points and bodywork. He also began working with Dr Arthur Bailey of the Bailey Flower Essences and together they developed the Acupuncture Essences, based on the Five Elements. More recently, Stephen worked with Gwyneth Moss (EFT Master) and attended her EFT workshops. Together, they collaborated on a way to help EFT practitioners gain some insight into the workings of EFT from a Chinese Medicine perspective and how to use Flower Essences to support and further empower their clients.
Annabel Fisher used EFT to go from being utterly exhausted, in extreme pain, and wheelchair-bound with severe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), to being vibrant, pain-free, and healthy enough to travel and motor bike regularly with her husband. She has used her EFT and NLP training to enable hundreds of people struggling with chronic illnesses to go from managing their symptoms, to enjoying life, to living at their fullest potential. Find out more about EFT Practitioner and Trainer, Annabel Fisher.