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Migraines and a chocolate/cookies addiction

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Hi Everyone,

Members Carole Damon and Steve Koretsky sent me these short experiences. Thought you might find them interesting. Cheers, Gary


by Carole Damon

Hi Gary,

If you recall our telephone conversation, I told you about a client of mine who called to cancel her appointment because of a migraine headache. I suggested she try EFT, and in one round, she noticed that the "storm" in her head was gone. She had a residual of pain which moved to the back of her head, above her neck. I suggested that she keep doing EFT and see what happens. I could not continue with her, because my next client arrived.

I called her back later that evening and she stated that following the third round of EFT, she fell asleep and woke up without the headache. She was duly impressed, as was I, as I never cease to be amazed at how well this process works. Carole Damon


by Steve Koretsky

Gary,

I used EFT with a woman who had an addiction to chocolate and cookies prior to XMAS. She was worried about getting thru the holidays. She was thrilled she lost 5 pounds and she actually threw out cookies and chocolate without eating them--something she was never able to do previously. Steve Koretsky, PhD

 

 

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