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Have you noticed the important feedback you get while doing EFT?

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Hi Everyone,

Gene Monterastelli lists for us 4 types of EFT feedback that will help us with our sessions.

Hugs, Gary

By Gene Monterastelli

One of real benefits of using EFT is the fact that the rounds of tapping are so short that we are given immediate feedback to how we are doing the process.  In my experience, there are four typical outcomes to a round of tapping which give us information.

1) The pain or emotion reduce in intensity.  This tells us we are doing the right work in the right place.

2) The pain or emotion increases in intensity.  When this happen it simply means that as we were tapping we have tuned more precisely into whatever we are doing work on.  I am reassured that when the intensity increases this is good.  It means we are closer to the root of the problem.

3) The pain or emotion changes in location, texture or type.  This informs us that we are getting closer to the root, but haven't found our way there yet.   We are getting close, but need to keep working.

4) There is no change in intensity.  This means we need to change our approach.  Typically this means we don't have enough water in the system, are psychologically reversed, or we are not being specific enough.

All four of these outcomes are good news.  We are either healing, or have more information about what the next step is to healing.





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