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EFT enhances many things

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Hi Everyone,

We have many stories of EFT enhancing the use of hypnosis, medicine and many other healing techniques. In this case by Sharon Peterson (from Brunei), EFT resulted in a spontaneous improvement in her running while using yet another method. This is yet another reason to "Try EFT on Everything."

Hugs, Gary


By Sharon Peterson

Hi Gary

Greetings from Brunei!

I subscribed to your newsletter a little while ago and I'm a real (newbie) fan.  I wanted to write and tell you of my experience with EFT used in combination with Kelly Howell's binaural beat music.

I was out running listening to the music.  The music is designed to activate certain brainwaves that make exercising easier - I am NOT a runner but my husband is encouraging me to take up hashing out here in the jungles of Borneo, and I thought I'd better start doing something ahead of time so I can build my endurance.  Anyway, I was out trying to run.  The typical pattern is that I run and stop after 5 min, walk, run, stop, and walk.  And feel lousy and keep looking at my watch and saying what's the use ... I hate running anyway.

Today with the music I ran twice as long and felt good but then had an immediate thought of "something this good has to be bad for you.”  All of a sudden, I felt puffed and dissatisfied.  So I stopped and walked and did EFT (music still playing).  What followed was completely spontaneous - it just flowed out of me and I had an amazing conversation with myself.

Karate chop: Even though something that feels this good can't be good for me… Even though I've told myself I hate running and here I am running… Even though I am used to feeling lousy when I run…

Eyebrow: Can't be good for me

Side of Eye: Hate running

Under Eye: Can't run

Under Nose: Yes you can

Chin: well I don't want to

Collarbone: Well I do

Under Arm: No, Don't want to

Top of Head: Why not?

Eyebrow: I'll look stupid, stupid

Side of Eye: Well I want to do this, let's do it together

Under Eye: It might be fun

Under Nose: Let's try

Chin: Ok

Collarbone: That's great

Under Arm: We can do this together

Top of Head: It IS fun!

I felt a tremendous surge of energy and well-being in my body, twice of what I had felt before, and didn't run, but DANCED home.  It was fantastic!  I cannot wait to go out and run again, and see what happens next time.

Thank you!

Sharon Peterson

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