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Surrogate EFT for Chronic Pulmonary Obstruction Disorder

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated. It provides practical uses for EFT Tapping but you should also explore our newest advancement, Optimal EFT, by reading our free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™, and/or get help from a Certified EFT Practitioner.

Brenda McEachern shares this remarkable case of using surrogate EFT over long distances. The results here are unmistakable and deserve the attention of all healing professionals. This is soooo easy to do that it should be considered for just about any ailment you can name. In serious cases like this, however, qualified physicians should be consulted.

By Brenda E. McEachern

Hi Gary,

I have a story that I just have to send you. About two months ago, I was instant messaging on the Internet with my friend, Cheryl, that I had taught EFT to about a year and half ago. Cheryl asked me to hold on for a minute and came back to tell me that her friend that was there at her house, was on the phone with her sister and the sister was in a panic. She was about to take herself to the emergency room. She told me that (I will call her Pat) had a condition called CPOD. I had no idea what that was. So she explained that is stands for Chronic Pulmonary Obstruction Disorder. Bottom line, she couldn't breathe! She has had this condition for over 20 years do to a severe car accident. So I immediately suggested that we both start tapping her surrogately.

First I asked her to go ask Pat on a scale of one to ten, with 10 being cannot breathe at all, what was the intensity.

Before I go any further with this story, I want to add that I was in Mt Pleasant, Michigan at the time. Cheryl was in Adrian, Michigan (2 hrs away) and Pat was barely breathing in Lansing, Michigan, which is an hour from both of us.

So Pat reports that her intensity level is 9. So Cheryl and I both start tapping for "restricted breathing" and for good measure we do the full EFT recipe. Cheryl goes and checks with Pat on the phone and the intensity dropped to 4 or 5. We did another round for "this remaining restricted breathing", and Pat reported she was at 0! Cheryl was stunned. I was grinning so big I thought my face would break!

I called the next day to see how Pat was doing and she was still at zero!

Just a note: Until a year ago I had been trying to surrogate tap people and pets that were in the same room or in the car or somewhat close by. But I read the EFT newsletter more than I do my local newspaper, and I read one day about how people were tapping across many miles with success. So since then, for me, there is no limits for the surrogate tapping.

I also would like to add that I highly recommend that we teachers of EFT urge new students to get in the habit of going to the website and reading the stories. It widens their scope of uses for EFT.

Brenda E. McEachern

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