Having a hard time focusing? Try this.

If you’re having a hard time focusing, you’re in the right place. This blog teaches you an easy tool you can use right now to help improve your focus.

(by Sarah Murphy, LPC)  One of the fastest and most effective ways to improve your attention is to help your body rebalance while reconnecting your left and right hemispheres. You can do this by practicing a technique called the Cross Crawl. This simple body-based technique helps your body to rebalance and allows you to feel more connected. Practice the technique right now by watching the video below and following along. You can also download written instructions in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

Why It Works

By using energy techniques like the Cross Crawl, you help your body rebalance. This allows you to regain focus quickly and easily.

If you haven’t given the Cross Crawl technique a try yet, do it now. Take notice of how your body feels both before and after you use the technique. This technique is just one of many you can use to improve your focus.

More Techniques to Help Improve Your Focus

If you found the Cross Crawl technique helpful here are a few more tools you can use to calm anxious feelings: Breathing into Balance and Brain Balancer.

Need Help from a Professional?

Many people are experiencing trouble focusing and seeking alternatives to pharmaceuticals. ACEP is a nonprofit, 501c3 dedicated to the research, education, and sharing of energy psychology. Check out the ACEP practitioner directory to find a certified ACEP therapist in your area or online.

Author:  Sarah Murphy, LPC

Sarah Murphy is a licensed professional counselor and coach with more than 12 years of clinical experience. She is Communications Committee Chair for ACEP. She specializes in energy psychology, including EFT, as well as mindfulness and hypnotherapy. Learn more at www.transformative-therapy.com.


Video Resources Provided by the ACEP Humanitarian Committee

The mission of the ACEP Humanitarian Committee is to develop and implement humanitarian projects that alleviate emotional distress caused by catastrophic natural and man-made events around the globe. We do this by encouraging and assisting ACEP members in developing humanitarian projects that utilize recognized energy psychology and other modalities that meet ACEP’s standards and guidelines. Learn more here.

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