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An at risk coronary patient has normal arteries and flawless angiogram after persistent EFT for two months

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Hi Everyone,

John Townsend from the UK collapsed during his Treadmill Test thereby leading his physicians to put him through tests that showed substantial clogging of his arteries. After addressing the problem repeatedly with EFT he says, "Then I had another angiogram and they found that my heart was very strong and that the arteries were normal." Please bring this case to the attention of your physicians.

Hugs, Gary


By John Townsend

Hi Gary,

At one point, I became so unwell that I was pushing myself beyond what I knew was comfortable. I left my job in nursing and doctors seemed to feel I was a pain in the extremities. However I continued to call on my doctor until one day I saw a different one. He referred me for an ECG, 7 months after I first felt unwell. The ECG suggested that months earlier I had had a heart attack. I was sent to have a treadmill test that I nearly collapsed on, which worried them and caused them to say I was an at risk coronary patient.

Suddenly the doctor’s practice was all full of help, and I was sent to the hospital for tests. An echogram showed I had a significant problem with clogging of the arteries, and that was the cause of my symptoms. That was 4 months later. I was then referred to have an angiogram as a way to establish what treatment would be best.

Both my daughter, Farrah and I know EFT but I, like a fool, had not taken EFT seriously being overwhelmed with shock at the thought of what could happen again. However my daughter insisted I stop being stubborn and try EFT and so I did EFT every day, some days for a long time, and I did between 20-50 sessions before my next angiogram.

Then I had another angiogram and they found that my heart was very strong and that the arteries were normal. They said that the echogram was flawed, and I am being referred to another department to establish why I could only do 2 minutes before near collapse on a treadmill test. I will tell them when the time is right that it was EFT.

Thank you Gary,

John Townsend

 

 

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