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Using EFT

11 year old girl finds lost cell phone using EFT

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

We have many reports of EFT being an excellent memory refresher. It has been shown to bring up core issues on many occasions and has helped people remember "little things" with impressive regularity. Here is another example by Rosa Graham (with some innovative twists).

Hugs, Gary

By Rosa Graham

Hello Gary,

My 11 year old granddaughter Olivia and I enjoy reading about EFT; I like the articles about aches and pains and phobias, she likes the ones about children and pets.  And we both laughed at the articles about inanimate objects, especially the one about the clogged toilet. 

So when her cell phone had been missing for days, she suggested we try tapping.  "After all, everything is energy," she said, quoting her science teacher.  I love that she's always so willing to explore and test things out for herself, so I agreed immediately.  Besides, I, too, was curious to see what would happen.

First she tapped herself saying, Even though I've lost my cell phone again, I'm still an OK kid.  After a round or two of that, she shrugged her shoulders as if to say nothing happened.

She wasn't ready to quit, though.  "Why don't I try as if I am my cell phone," she asked.  Again, I agreed.  She tapped again, this time saying, "I'm lost and I don't know where I am."  A few more rounds of that and still nothing.  I asked her if any images or thoughts came to her while she was tapping and she shook her head no.

"Let me try," I suggested.  After a few times saying, "I am Olivia's cell phone," I started tapping.  I barely got the first sentence out of my mouth - "I'm lost and I can't find Olivia" when she bolted out of the room like a shot.  A few seconds later she returned, beaming a big smile and holding up her lost cell phone!

She had suddenly remembered where she had put it.  She had carried it into her Mom's bedroom and it had fallen off the nightstand and under the bed. 

We both laughed with amazement!  And this Grandma beamed with pride at how a little girl used tapping to solve her problem of a lost cell phone.

Rosa Graham


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