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Addictions

Food

Sugar cravings subside with persistent and consistent EFT

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated. It provides practical uses for EFT Tapping but you should also explore our newest advancement, Optimal EFT, by reading our free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™, and/or get help from a Certified EFT Practitioner.

Hi Everyone,

Michelle Hardwick from New Zealand gives us some creative ways to "find the time" to consistently tap throughout the day. Major benefits often occur when we do this ... including the cessation of sugar cravings. Other health benefits frequently occur as well, such as vision improvement and chronic pain relief.

Hugs, Gary


By Michelle Hardwick

I encourage all my clients to use EFT on a regular basis. This allows them to be empowered and to be in charge of their own growth, change and healing and to have the tools to continue to make changes throughout the rest of their lives. I encourage everyone to tap - I tell them that I tap in the car, when on the toilet, in the shower, waiting for planes/trains/buses etc., in fact ANYWHERE! So I give plenty of examples so that clients can see how EFT can be a part of their everyday lives, not just once a week or fortnight when they see an EFT Practitioner!

Recently, I encouraged one of my clients who was suffering from extreme sugar cravings that were completely out of control, to tap on a regular basis, whenever she thought of sugar, whenever she thought of overeating, whenever the urge or craving hit, during it, after it if she forgot to tap, if she was fearful or thinking about a craving happening again in the future - I asked her to think about as many other aspects about the craving that she could think of and tap on them. I explained that the more specific she could be in that moment about the craving the better.

She returned for a follow-up session this week, saying "Wow! It (EFT) really works! I tapped during the ad breaks while watching TV. I just put the TV on mute and did a good couple of rounds of tapping and when my program came back on - I turned the sound back on and continued watching. There's not a night I didn't do that tapping."

And - what happened about her sugar craving? 13 days without a craving! It had been out of control over the past 5 weeks. We still have a little way to go, however we have made major progress after just one session! She was thrilled with the change

So for those of you who say - "there's not enough time in my day to tap".... Firstly tap on the belief of 'having no time to tap' and how about doing it during your ad breaks? Keep me posted - and remember Happy Tapping!!

Michelle Hardwick

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