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Daily EFT creates calm under explosive family circumstances

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Hi Everyone,

On many occasions we have extolled the virtues of consistent tapping. Doing so has produced both physical and emotional benefits. Here is another important example of this by Dawn Norton wherein she remained completely calm under explosive family circumstances.

Hugs, Gary

By Dawn Norton EFT-ADV

Dear Gary,

I wanted to write about the benefit of daily tapping, whether actually doing the Personal Peace Procedure or just realizing a need for tapping something that comes up.

I had something big come up yesterday. I had been up very late the night before and a family member called me very early to let me know she had done something to potentially light a fuse in our very short fused family. As soon as I hung up with her the other family member called and away we went.

I found it amazing that despite the volatile topic, I remained completely calm. The close of the conversation was this other family member screaming at me, cutting me off, and other insulting behavior. I continued calm and as I got off the phone, I did a physical body check to rate my emotions. None! There was no emotional intensity. If this had occurred 8 months ago, I would have been recovering for days. I would have been very upset and would have also obsessed over the experience and feelings attached.

I talked to the original family member several times throughout the day and my feelings remained calm with the exception of a new family member becoming involved. As she told me of their conversation, I simply tapped on all the short cut points over and over without a setup and felt the low level anxiety dissipate. I found myself saying to her repeatedly throught the day, "That is not my problem."

I remain simply amazed that I operated with this level of calm and attribute it completely to daily tapping. I have worked extensively on myself for past family issues and can only guess that this work has removed my fuses completely. Only time will tell. I highly recommend finding something to tap about each day and eventually experiencing the personal peace that comes from doing so.

Dawn Norton, EFT--ADV





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