First my disclaimers: 1. This will not appeal to debunker materialist fools. Duh! 2. I have no connection with Gary Craig, the inventor of EFT, whatsoever other than having tried it and used it for several years. Text: Emotional Freedom Technique: http://www.emofree.com EFT really works. It is magic. I mean that literally and poetically. It is magic. It works. It is very strange; try not to let the strangeness stop you from trying it. Trying it includes keeping in mind while tapping what it is that concerns you. Otherwise, it won't work. There is absolutely no need to spend money, except for your printer paper and printer ink. This site does sell tapes etc, but they are completely unnecessary and are sold at low prices. The manual is all that you need. I bought a tape, and I did not learn anything I didn't already know, although it was pretty neat to see Gary Craig remove a water phobia from someone in about 15 minutes. The website has hundreds of case studies catagorized by symptoms. Reading these ($$$ free) case studies is very supportive and educational. This is really all that you need, except also the willingness to try it. In my experience, NOTHING comes close to EFT for effectiveness when dealing with psychological issues and near- psychological issues (like asthma, ringing in the ears), except perhaps other techniques similar to EFT. For me, since it is easy and free, EFT is always the first line of defense. If EFT doesn't work, then I move on to other techniques and practices. ************************** If anyone wants to stop being a debunker fool, here are a few affirmations to use while tapping: "Even though I am a half wit, I completely and deeply accept myself." or "Even though I use only half of my brain, I completely and deeply accept myself." or "Even though I am completely and deeply shallow, I completely and deeply accept myself."