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Using EFT to rejuvenate a withered plant

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Here's an interesting use for EFT from Christina Hurst-Prager of Switzerland. While other explanations can be given for rejuvenating plants, I bring this to your attention as something else to add to our "Try it on Everything" list. EFT has been reported to assist in so many areas that it is only reasonable to include "dead or almost dead" plants.

By Christina Hurst-Prager

Dear Gary,

For a few weeks now I have been experimenting with EFT with great pleasure and some success; more to come I am sure! I agree wholeheartedly with you that EFT is one huge contributor to peace!!

You suggest to try it on everything, so I did. I had a couple of cuttings my daughter gave me and I had left them too long in the once moistened paper. Their frail roots had dried out and they looked pitiful. Nonetheless, I planted them in very moist soil. They looked dead. I decided to do some surrogate tapping...

'I am a pelargonia and although my roots are dried out, I completely accept myself';

'Although I do not know if I will survive, I accept myself etc etc etc,'

....whatever came to my mind about being a plant in such a dismal state. Well, it survived and is sprouting new leaves!

Yes, do try it on everything.

Love, peace and blessings

Christina Hurst-Prager. Kuesnacht, Switzerland




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