It really is no wonder why depression and anxiety are at an all-time high in the United States.
In the last 6 months, there have been two confirmed terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. Four of the 10 deadliest shootings in U.S. history have occurred in the last two years (including the recent shootings in Las Vegas and Parkland, Fl). And most recently, 2 people were killed and 2 were injured in Austin when they received hand delivered packages containing bombs.
It seems as if, on a daily basis, we’re hearing about another violent attack, another celebrity being called out for sexual assault, another teacher arrested for taking advantage of a student… It’s alarming, to say the least.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, around 6.7% of American adults experienced at least one major depressive episode in 2016. The statistics for anxiety disorders are even more shocking, effecting nearly 18.1% of Americans every year.
The truth is, if you are one of the millions of Americans who suffers from depression and anxiety (or just one), you are not alone. In fact, you are quite possibly experiencing a completely reasonable reaction to the frightening world we live in.
The effects of depression and anxiety can be absolutely overwhelming. They include:
- Increased irritability
- Lowered attentiveness/focus
- Irrational, even debilitating fears (i.e. agoraphobia)
- Obsessive thoughts
- Mood swings/angry outbursts
- Changes in hormone levels that can cause damage to the cardiovascular system, leading to increased risk of blood clots and heart attack
For some people, medication, traditional therapy, or a combination of the two, works wonders for managing depression and anxiety. I am grateful that those options are available to the people for whom they are effective.
But for many others, medications have extreme and even unbearable side effects, and traditional therapy simply doesn’t relieve the symptoms of depression and anxiety. The good news? There is another option.
How To Manage Depression And Anxiety
Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is an all-natural, pain-free, risk-free, side-effect-free treatment that can help you manage the symptoms associated with depression and anxiety in as little as two minutes. The best part? You can practice Thought Field Therapy anytime and anywhere. You do not need to see a therapist or any other professional to experience immediately relief from the depression and anxiety you may be battling on a daily basis.
By tapping on the same meridian treatment point s used in acupuncture and ancient Chinese medicine in a specific order, you open the door to communicating with the bottom part of the brain – the part that has no words. As a result, you’re able to bring down the overwhelming emotions you feel and gain a more objective perspective in minutes.
TFT is taught and used around the world – its affects are not limited by language, culture, or age. A simple diagnostic process that you can perform on yourself will lead you to the right tapping pattern to help you resolve the depression and anxiety you may have as a result of past traumatic stress, fears of the future and much more.
To see a demo of the basic algorithm for depression and anxiety, watch the video below:
How To Learn Thought Field Therapy
The truth is, the best way learn TFT, is to do it. If you’re ready to jump in and learn more, I invite you to join me in my upcoming online workshop series. This highly-interactive online training will give you the opportunity to learn the complete, basic TFT algorithm from the comfort of your own home or office in just 4 live, online sessions. I will teach you everything you need to know to begin tapping into the power of TFT.
Previously, people that wanted to learn this material were required to attend one of my conferences and pay several hundred dollars. Thanks to technology, for the first time ever I am now offering the same exact training for a fraction of the cost—just $100! No travel, no hassle required! I’ll even throw in an added bonus—access to my online Basic training course which includes videos, reading materials and other resources that you can watch/read again and again. This training alone costs $199 but you will get it for free when you invest just $100 to participate in this live, online training.
This live, online, interactive training will take place over four weekly sessions starting April 9, 2018. If you’re ready to learn techniques to help relieve the symptoms associated with depression and anxiety (as well as a long list of other problems like addictions, rage, PTSD and more), I invite you to save your spot now. Due to the intimate nature of this training we only have 15 spots available and we will sell out fast!
Need more info? Get all the details and purchase tickets here. I hope to see you online in April!