EFT is also very powerful, as it stimulates the energy meridians at the same time as addressing what is downloaded onto the subconscious to bring it to the surface faster and fuller.
Saying that low serotonin production is the disorder itself is like saying the root cause of a flooded basement is rainwater, and the only way to fix this problem is to hire a "professional" water drainage specialist at a rate of $100 an hour, who comes by every week to suck the water out and sells you an endless supply of "special", high tech soaker pads.
Meanwhile, the bum from down the street comes over to share a joint and says - "ummmmm ... I think you have a hole in your wall"
Because we have been trained so heavily to trust the professional, we tell the bum "what do you know, you're just a bum - the doc says to leave the hole alone, you can clearly see that the water is the problem - it happened to my Dad's house, so mine is pre-dispositioned to do the same"
We are being fooled so badly that it's not even funny. Once you get past the first layer of clever medical jargon, you realize that what they are saying is complete and utter nonsense.
I have motivated dozens of people to start unloading their subconscious mind, whether that be with EFT, Hypnosis or Release Techniques, and not once yet, have any of those people been let down. They often call or message me with a hundred exclamation marks following their subject lines and are crying uncontrollably with joy, telling me that I saved their life.
There is something wrong when people like me, "the bum", who isn't even certified as a practitioner yet is bringing the answers to people in need, while the "professional" in the white lab coat is killing 120,000 Americans every year from the side effects of the properly prescribed, pharmaceutical drugs they hand out like candy that are trying "soak up the water in the basement"
This website brings a smile to my face - I am very impressed with people like you who have used your common sense and wisdom to find the truth and spread it to those in need.