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Using EFT

Using EFT for a choking emergency

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

Ariele Love successfully applies EFT to her husband for his sudden onset of violent choking. This example points to the many emergency uses of EFT and, in my experience, should be an important tool in any healer's toolbox. The usual caveats about seeking competent medical advice are, of course, suggested

By Ariele Love

Hi Gary,

To celebrate the end of a difficult two month work project, I decided to make a delicious Italian-style dinner for my husband.

He has a very sensitive digestive system, so I need to be careful when creating my meals. I am NOT a domestic Goddess but I do enjoy putting love into my cooking.

I presented this delicious pasta and meatball dinner along with bread and everything was fine . . . until a few hours later.

My husband fell asleep sitting up in bed, (he had been working for 48 hours straight) while I was watching your Palace of Possibilities DVDs for the 10th time. He began violently choking and gasping for breath, and woke up and ran into the bathroom.

He thought it was acid reflux, but I thought it might also be an allergic reaction. So I immediately did the full EFT tapping on him, as he sat coughing, and choking.

Even though I have this distress....

Even though I can't breathe....

Even though I am choking and spitting up....

Suddenly, the coughing stopped, his breathing relaxed and he fell asleep. He said, "Thanks for chopping on me, it really helped". I told him it was called tapping, and he fell a sleep with a wink and a smile.

Ariele Love


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