Five Simple Steps to Emotional Healing: The Last Self-Help Book You Will Ever Need

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Tap Your Troubles Away
It's that simple. Meridian Therapy is a self-healing system that can be learned in minutes and can relieve a lifetime of emotional pain. A cutting-edge technique based on the ancient art of acupressure, it involves stimulating the energy meridians in the body by tapping on specific energy points and awakening their healing power.
In Five Simple Steps to Emotional Healing, noted therapist Gloria Arenson explains the scientific basis of Meridian Therapy and teaches readers the five easy-to-follow steps that will allow them to break free from stress and negative emotions. Meridian Therapy can be practiced any time, anywhere, in order to
Improve performance in sports, work, and the bedroom
Stop the fears that limit activities and ruin relationships
Eliminate the urge to procrastinate
Conquer cravings and compulsions
Heal emotional scars and painful memories
Improve self-esteem
Dissolve panic attacks before they start

Product Details

  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Touchstone; Original ed. edition (December 6, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743213874
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743213875
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces

Customer Reviews

Highly recommended

92 people found this helpful.
 on February 27, 2002
By Violet Oaklander, Ph.D.
I found this book to be extremely helpful both personally and professionally. It is written clearly so that busy people, such as myself, can use the technique easily. It is down to earth and basic and at the same time explains in a readable fashion, how and why this method works. I am a psychotherapist and teacher and have taught the technique to students and clients, both adult and children. But most of all, I use it on myself often. It has helped me to cut down on my obsession with chocolate. It has helped reduce pain in my back. It has helped me feel much better over a loss I recently suffered. I could go on and on. It almost seems to easy and simple to be true–but it really does work!!

A Gargantuan 5 Stars!

97 people found this helpful.
 on February 12, 2002
Okay, so this shouldn’t work. It makes no sense. Meridians? Tapping? Where’s the logic? At least, that’s what I used to think. I’ve suffered from agoraphobia and found public speaking impossibly painful. But part of my work requires me to occasionally get up in front of huge groups and either give a talk or sit on a panel. I’d reached the point where I couldn’t talk or breathe. I was turning down events, which hurt my business and worried me that I was going to end up so agoraphobic that eventually I wouldn’t be able to leave the house. Desperation drove me to try Dr. Arenson’s method. I used it in advance for a month, practicing just as she says in the book, imagining my getting up in front of the big audience I was scheduled (terrifyingly) to speak at recently. By the time I got there, I was worried but okay. By the time it was my turn to give the talk, I was still okay (when you’re agoraphobic, “okay” is wonderful). When I actually opened my mouth, words came out. I could breathe. Even more amazingly, I actually discovered that I was enjoying myself. What a marvelous feeling. And that’s the point. So, I give this book a gargantuan 5 stars. If you want help, it’s right here.

The Best Of The Bunch

92 people found this helpful.
 on June 15, 2006
By SheSays
I’ve been using energy tapping for several years. I went through two of Gary Craig’s courses, then began buying books on the subject for further (and different) information. Gloria Arenson’s book is simply the best. The reviews here cover most of what I was going to say, so I’ll just add a paragraph.

Best energy psychology / tapping book to date

35 people found this helpful.
 on January 2, 2002
By Amazon Customer

It really is simple

28 people found this helpful.
 on January 19, 2002
By Victor Sigismondi
This technique really works! Don’t let the cover fool you this is a great book for both women and men. The book is so easy to understand. The text flows in a logical progression. There are great examples of situations in which people were able to resolve their issue or problem with this technique. I enjoyed reading this book and the technique I learned so much, that I bought several more copies to give to friends. This is one of those “self help” books that actually works! Go ahead make your life better, check out this book.

It works, it really works!!!

37 people found this helpful.
 on June 28, 2002
By Beth Sandoval
I wish this book would have come out years ago. Gloria Arenson’s approach to healing is fantastic. It is fast, easy and you don’t have to wait for days or weeks to feel better. It’s truly amazing that you can feel better now. The content is thoughtfully laid out and easy to read. Arenson’s approach makes me think that this really could be the last self-help book I ever need!

An excellent EFT-related book

20 people found this helpful.
 on September 30, 2007
By Jeff Maziarek, author of Codi’s Journey
Having purchased and watched the DVDs from Gary Craig regarding the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), I was curious as to whether Ms. Arenson’s book would bring any additional insights into applying it; it certainly did. I particularly liked the large number of real-world examples that she cites. If you are interested in a highly practical book about applying EFT to address all sorts of issues, I highly recommend this one.

Energy Psychology Made Simple

33 people found this helpful.
 on January 9, 2002
By Fred P. Gallo
In “Five Simple Steps to Emotional Healing” Gloria Arenson has done a wonderful job of making energy psychology techniques understandable and easy to apply. This is a marvelous contribution to the well being of all who read it. –Fred P. Gallo, Ph.D., author of 

Simply the Best Book on Self-healing

15 people found this helpful.
 on October 26, 2007
By Kai Virihaur
After reading this book I finally feel confident enough to use EFT, or “Meridian Therapy” as the author prefers to call it, by myself! The book lays out the process in a very clear, concise and friendly manner. This is accomplished in the first 50 or so pages. (For instance, the locations of the tapping points are shown more clearly than I’ve seen anywhere else.)

Brings different methods together and simplifies

12 people found this helpful.
 on December 11, 2007
By Klyde
I’d just like to echo the positive reviews. The author explains different types of Meridian therapies (I started with Gary Craig’s EFT) and simplifies the process. It helped me to make sense out of the concepts and methods. Highly recommended and does not take long to read.

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