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Serious Diseases


Cervical cancer pain & being specific

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

Hi Everyone,

Krysti Wesley gives us this creative use of "getting specific" on a patient's intense pain. My comments are interspersed within her message.

Hugs, Gary

by Krysti Wesley

Hi Gary,

I absolutely love this course and am having incredible results for myself and my clients. So far there is nothing I cannot use this for.

GC COMMENT: Good! I gather you are "trying it on everything" as suggested in the EFT Course. Keep it up. However, I don't know anyone who has been at this awhile that gets 100%. Someday you will likely "stub your toe" wherein Some people will not move when they "should have" or some ailment "stubbornly" stays in place. These are opportunities, of course. They are the challenges that move us to the next level of Mastery.

KRYSTI CONTINUES: The most incredible one so far is a woman who has had cervical cancer. She came to me for treatment as she was having no relief from the specialist for her pain. When she arrived she was obviously in a lot of discomfort. I use various different modalities depending upon what the client needs, but since I had just received my EFT course, I decided to go straight to that.

She was in incredible pain when she went to the toilet, and could not sit comfortably on a chair. I checked her SUDS [0-10 intensity] and she said she was a 20! We first used the statement "Even though I have pain in my uterus." There didn't seem to be much change so we changed the statement to "Even though I have pain in my vagina" and bingo she dropped down to a 5 in the first round. By round three she was pain free and the pain had disappeared from her face. There was a lightness to her whole energy.

GC COMMENT: Thank you for this. It is a creative example of being specific and zeroing on the precise nature of the pain. I have often seen otherwise immovable pain subside after using precise language about the problem. I have also seen stubborn physical issues vanish after addressing any underlying emotional causes that may be there. The artist with these procedures usually has several doorways through which to approach the problem.

KRYSTI CONTINUES: The next day she reported to me that she had experienced some nausea and stomach cramps several hours later which lasted for about an hour. That was about six weeks ago and there has been no re-occurrence of the pain since. There are other aspects she is working on as to why the cancer occurred...but she is very happy.

GC COMMENT: I don't know why the nausea and stomach cramps. However, I have seen many physical cases where symptoms got temporarily "worse" before subsiding. It is as though the body is ridding itself of some sort of toxin and the process creates an apparent "worsening" of the problem until the culprit is expelled or done away with. That's an experienced guess of mine. It is not medical advice.

KRYSTI CONTINUES: So once again thank you very much. I have been looking for an easier faster, therapy for my clients and this in conjunction with my other work is fantastic.


Krysti Wesley

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