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Clearing a food aversion in 5 minutes

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated. Please use my newest advancement, Optimal EFT. It is more efficient, more powerful and clearly explained in my free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™.  Best wishes, Gary

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Hi Everyone,

Are there some foods you just don't like but wish you did? Then read this article by JoAnn SkyWatcher for tips on how to overcome this issue.

Hugs, Gary

By JoAnn SkyWatcher

Hi Gary,

On a recent hot summer morning, my husband, Steve, offered me some ripe, ice-cold, cantaloupe. He said, "Too bad you don't like cantaloupe. It doesn't get any better than this one." I remembered hearing about people clearing a food issue with EFT, so I thought I might as well try it. I had detested eating cantaloupe for as long as I could remember. My sister didn't like it either, which made me think that "something" happened while we were eating cantaloupe when we were girls. The set-up phrases I used (while tapping on my karate chop point) were:

Even though I don't like the taste of cantaloupe, and I don't know why…

Even though I don't ever remember liking the taste of cantaloupe...

Even though my sister and I don't like the taste of cantaloupe...

Even though something may have happened while we were eating cantaloupe, and I don't remember what it was....

Then I took a taste of cantaloupe. It was cold, somewhat crisp, and felt good in my mouth. It didn't taste quite as bad as I thought it would, but I couldn't say that I liked it. So, I did some more setup phrases while tapping on my karate chop point.

Even though cantaloupe has always tasted yucky to me...

Even though something happened to make it so I don't like the taste of cantaloupe, and I don't remember what it was...

Even though there is something about the aftertaste of cantaloupe I don't like...

For the testing, I took a big bite of cantaloupe. "Yum, not bad," as I continued eating a giant piece of a fresh, juicy, cantaloupe.

In about five minutes, I cleared a food aversion that I have had for over 50 years. Even though I had a sense that something may have happened in my past while I was eating cantaloupe, and even though I couldn't remember exactly what it was, I was still able to clear my resistance to the taste. Now, I can finally enjoy a food that I had eliminated from my diet when I was a child.

Gratefully yours,



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