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Tapping for being "able, willing and worthy" may help boost EFT results

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Hi Everyone,

Here's an idea from Deborah Lindsey that you may find useful. She says, "You might be amazed that even the most stubborn cases begin to show results."

Hugs, Gary


By Deborah Lindsey

Hi Gary,

I just wanted to tell of a tapping phrase that works wonders for people who don’t seem to be stuck when using EFT.  With all of the amazing stories that you hear, it’s easy to forget that every once in a while you run into a person who seems to be doing everything right, but doesn’t get much in the way of results.  

When that happens, I have a simple little tapping phrase that I use to blast through it and get people moving again.  The gist of it is that if people don’t believe they are able to heal or if they aren’t willing to heal (usually because of secondary gains) or they think they aren’t worthy of healing, the EFT process will be more challenging because they will subconsciously sabotage their own success.

In many cases, these beliefs are subconscious (the person might even deny it consciously) but if you muscle test, you will often find that one or more of these issues is at hand.  Now if you don’t know how to muscle test, no worry.  Just tap on the following sentence for a few rounds and see if it makes a difference.

Even though I’m not able, willing, or worthy of being healed, I love and accept myself and forgive myself. You can also tap on each part separately if you want.

Even though I’m not able to heal…

Even though I’m not willing to heal…

Even though I’m not worthy of being healed…

You might be amazed that even the most stubborn cases begin to show results. 

Hope this helps!

Deborah Lindsey

 

 

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