Downward-facing dog is the most ubiquitous pose in yoga. This popular yoga pose is the one we see in advertisements and movies, on yoga DVDs, and the covers of health and fitness magazines. Downward-facing dog is taught in beginner yoga classes and returned to again and again by the most advanced yoga practitioners.
"When people are alone, even for a few moments, they fidget and reach for a device," writes Sherry Turkle. "In our rush to connect, we flee from solitude, our ability to be separate and gather ourselves."
In time, EFT is bound to wiggle its way into the heart of Western medicine—it’s simply too effective NOT to. But for now, it’s one of the world’s best-kept secrets in the battle against the emotional baggage that stands between true happiness and us.