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Refusal Tapping Technique

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated.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.

Hi Everyone,

EFT Master Carol Look shows us how to capitalize on the "rebel" within so we can overcome obstacles to change. This process also points to a clever way to open doors to important core issues.

Hugs, Gary

Part 1 of 4: Letting go of anxiety
Part 2 of 4: Addictions and Weight Loss
Part 3 of 4: Pain Relief
Part 4 of 4: Attracting Abundance


By Carol Look, EFT Master

Part 1 of 4: Letting go of anxiety

I have been using a variation of the basic EFT technique in workshops that brings up many important feelings and moves my clients to core issues around control, feeling powerless, and not feeling free.  I call it the Refusal Tapping Technique, and it is exactly what it says.  The technique allows the client to rebel against being controlled and refuse to change.  This is often the magic formula clients need to allow them to drop their resistance and move forward.  It is another door through which practitioners can enter the client’s world.

The theory behind using this technique is that we have all been controlled by others for most of our lives.  That’s what people tend to do – tell others what to do!  Do these commands sound familiar from your early life??? (eat your vegetables, put your coat on, stop talking, take a nap, tie your shoe…) It’s time to give yourself or your client a chance and the emotional space to say “no” and reap the benefits!  Never underestimate the power of rebellion…

What I ask my clients to do is repeat a regular setup phrase, and then vehemently and loudly state I refuse to change right now.…this gives that part of them a “voice” of power and a posture of “I’m in charge” and stirs up other emotions.

Letting Go of Anxiety and Phobias:

There is incredible social and interpersonal pressure to “get rid of” anxiety, generalized or acute.  I have experienced a great amount of resistance in some of my clients to getting over these feelings, even though they don’t like how they feel when they experience them. Believe it or not, people’s anxiety does provide them something positive --- there is always an “upside” no matter how subtle -- or else they would be able to release it more quickly.  Remember my favorite question for all clients: “What is the downside of releasing this problem?”

Karate chop pointEven though I’ve been anxious for good reasons, and you keep wanting me to let go of it, I accept who I am and how I feel about it…Even though my anxiety serves some purpose for me, I just haven’t figured it out yet, I accept who I am and how I feel about holding on to it…Even though you make me feel wrong for having anxiety, I accept who I am and how I react to situations in my life. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to give up my anxiety

Side of eye: It’s done a lot for me in my life

Under Eye: I don’t want to give it up

Nose:  I refuse to stop being anxious

Chin:  I am so used to being anxious

Collarbone:  I refuse to give it up

Under Arm: I refuse, so there!

Head:  I have decided to stay anxious 

Eyebrow: Being anxious feels normal

Side of eye: I refuse to give it up

Under Eye: It feels good to rebel

Nose:  I’m scared to release it

Chin:  Who will I be without it?

Collarbone:  I refuse to get rid of my anxiety

Under Arm: I refuse, so stop focusing on it

Head:  I have decided to refuse to let go of my anxiety 

Karate chop point: Even though everyone wants me to be calm and peaceful, I choose to love and accept who I am with my anxiety…Even though being “anxious” is who I really am, I accept who I am and how I feel…Even though everyone wants to make me feel a different way, I accept my feelings and my thoughts. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to change

Side of eye: I’m not going to give up this anxiety

Under Eye: I don’t know how to give it up

Nose:  I refuse to let go of my anxiety

Chin:  I need to be anxious

Collarbone:  I refuse to give it up

Under Arm: I don’t know how anyway

Head:  Stop trying to make me be different. 

After giving your client (or yourself) some air time, so to speak, to refuse to change, and giving a voice to the threat of changing, there is more room for the person to actually consider changing!!

Eyebrow: I’m not ready to change YET

Side of eye: I’m not going to change

Under Eye: I’m willing to consider giving this up

Nose:  I refuse to let go of my anxiety

Chin:  Maybe I don’t need to be anxious

Collarbone:  What if it’s time to release the anxiety

Under Arm: I will consider it in my own time

Head:  I am going to make my own choices

Saying “I refuse to give up this anxiety” sounds strange to the client, and allows them to explore more options of feeling safe and peaceful to enter their consciousness.   It doesn’t mean that they are in fact refusing, it just stirs up their feelings about the position of feeling safe without their problem.

Stay tuned for part 2 of this Refusal Tapping Technique series which will focus on “Addictions and Weight Loss.”

Carol Look

EFT Master


Part 2 of 4: Addictions and Weight Loss 

Addictions can be very, very complicated.  If you are an addictions counselor, I encourage you to try this technique with your clients.  However, please remember, we are using it for the purpose of uncovering underlying emotional conflicts.  We are not using it to give the person a license to continue drinking/drugging in a way that harms themselves or others.  This technique needs to be used within a larger context of recovery when dealing with addictions.

If only it could be as easy as simply “giving up” or staying away from the substance of your choice.  Millions of people are addicted to sugar, cigarettes, drugs and alcohol, not to mention turbulent relationships, surfing the internet, and certain other behaviors that aren’t good for them.  A broad definition of addiction or dependence is as follows: using the “substance” gets you in trouble in your personal or professional life so you “swear it off.”  Within time, you “forget how much trouble you got in, and start using it again, “forgetting” how it damaged your relationships, health, or job.  This cycle can go on for years before an appropriate intervention is considered.

Addicts start using their substance as a way to fit in, to try something unusual or exciting, and most importantly, to tranquilize their anxieties, frustrations or other emotions.  The substances “work” for the most part.  Therapists are often seen as threatening as they might “take away” the alcohol or cigarettes  and leave the client feeling deep anxiety.  (Even when the client has contacted you as a practitioner for smoking cessation or weight loss, you are often seen as a threat, especially when there are so many success stories on the websites about how tapping helps people lose weight and quit smoking!)

I love using the Refusal Tapping Technique for weight loss and smoking issues.  People are often telling others what to eat and drink, how to quit smoking, why they should eat less, eat more, why they should stop smoking etc. Allow yourself or your clients to make a decision to rebel!

Karate chop pointEven though everyone else wants me to lose weight, I refuse to lose the weight now…Even though they keep bothering me about my weight, I choose to rebel as much as I need to…Even though I’m tired of being told what to do, I choose to accept my feelings about my body.

Eyebrow: I refuse to lose weight for you

Side of eye: I’m not going to do it again

Under Eye: It feels good to rebel

Nose:  I refuse to lose the weight

Chin:  I am not going to diet anymore

Collarbone:  I refuse to lose the weight

Under Arm: I refuse, so there!

Head:  I have decided to refuse to lose weight. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to lose weight for you

Side of eye: I’m not ready to lose the weight

Under Eye: It feels good to rebel

Nose:  I refuse to stop eating

Chin:  Leave me alone

Collarbone:  I refuse to lose the weight

Under Arm: I refuse, and you can’t make me

Head:  I have decided to refuse to lose weight 

Eyebrow: I refuse to lose weight for anyone else

Side of eye: I’m not going to lose weight

Under Eye: What a relief to stop trying

Nose:  I refuse to lose the weight

Chin:  I refuse to change anything

Collarbone:  I refuse to lose the weight

Under Arm: I appreciate feeling rebellious

Head:  I refuse to lose weight and I feel lighter already. 

Suppose you are trying to quit smoking…nothing will trigger resistance more than recognizing that a part of you thinks you SHOULD quit, while other parts know you aren’t going to…There are many angles or “downsides” to quitting smoking.  I have had clients tell me a range of challenges such as (1) dealing with withdrawal symptoms, (2) not knowing what to do with their hands, (3) fearing they would lose their identity if they quit, (4) extreme depression, (5) intense anxiety, and (6) an inability to concentrate.  Reminding smokers that the surgeon general thinks smoking is bad for your health is utterly useless.  Remember, addicts are trying to tranquilize their feelings, and the thought of being unable to soothe themselves with a cigarette throughout the day is very threatening.

Karate chop point:  Even though everyone else is pressuring me to quit smoking, I accept who I am and that I may not be ready…Even though I don’t want to quit yet, I accept who I am and how I feel…Even though I feel resentful that you are pressuring me to quit, I accept who I am and that I’m a smoker. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to quit smoking

Side of eye: I’m not going to do it yet

Under Eye: It feels good to rebel and keep smoking

Nose:  I refuse to give up my cigarettes

Chin:  I am not ready to quit so don’t ask me to

Collarbone:  I refuse to quit smoking

Under Arm: I refuse, so stop bugging me

Head:  I have decided to refuse to give up smoking. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to quit smoking

Side of eye: I’m not ready so why bother?

Under Eye: I’m enjoying rebelling!

Nose:  I refuse to give up my cigarettes

Chin:  I’m not ready to quit, so leave me alone

Collarbone:  I refuse to quit

Under Arm: I’m not ready

Head:  I have decided to refuse to quit and it feels good

As I said earlier, in addition to food and cigarettes, many other substances or behaviors can be seen as problematic or categorized as “addictions.”  Have you ever known someone who appeared addicted to drama in their romantic relationships? I have used EFT for clients with internet addictions, dependencies on drugs and alcohol, sun bathing, picking their skin, chewing their nails etc.

What is critical in addictions work is to get to the bottom of the addicted behavior --- using a substance, person or “thing” to tranquilize your feelings.  What feelings are you or your clients trying to quiet?  These feelings will need to be addressed for addiction treatment to be successful, however, try the Refusal Tapping Technique as another way to uncover emotional conflicts that are keeping the cycles alive.

Eyebrow: I refuse to give up this unhealthy relationship

Side of eye: I’m not going to give it up

Under Eye: It feels good to rebel

Nose:  I refuse to do anything different

Chin:  I am doing it my own way

Collarbone:  I refuse to give anything else up in my life

Under Arm: I refuse, so there!

Head:  I have decided to stay exactly as I am. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to stop this addicted behavior

Side of eye: How will I feel if I can’t do it anymore?

Under Eye: It feels good to rebel against others

Nose:  I refuse to give it up

Chin:  I choose to do it my way

Collarbone:  I refuse to give up this behavior

Under Arm: I refuse, so stop asking me to

Head:  I refuse to change for you.

Stay tuned for parts 3 and 4 on using the Refusal Tapping Technique on “Pain Relief” and “Attracting Abundance.”   

Carol Look, EFT Master

 


Part 3 of 4: Pain Relief

While the subject of “secondary gains” can often be a touchy one, I invite you to consider that every physiological symptom we have metaphorically represents deeper issues and conflicts, and that many times our symptoms do in fact give us something positive in our lives, no matter how subtle.  We all get sick from time to time and we all wear down our immune systems through holding onto emotional conflicts.  That’s why EFT is so perfect as a universal healing aid.  Whether you have experienced grief, abuse, terror, loneliness, hurt, fear or anxiety, EFT is an elegant tool to help relieve your body-mind-spirit of the conflict and tension.

Some of you or your clients may “hear” blame when we talk about using EFT for pain relief or serious diseases, but please “hear” the truth of what the EFT community is saying: Chronic and unresolved emotional conflicts almost always exacerbate pain, no matter what the x-rays and MRI’s are showing. Someone in pain is naturally anxious and often “braces” against movement of any kind.  There are terrible vicious cycles set up for pain patients.

When working with pain control, I assume that the person’s body has incredible wisdom, and that the energy used to fight the symptoms could be relaxed, if even only for a few minutes a day, with EFT.  Freed up, this energy could help the entire system heal faster, regardless of the diagnosis.  Since I am not a medical doctor, I make it clear that I am treating the emotional issues associated with the pain or illness.

The Refusal Tapping Technique works well for pain because so many loved ones and professionals are always trying to get us to “fix” our bodies and get over the pain.  What if you gave yourself permission to just be with the pain and appreciate your body anyway, rather than always trying to get rid of it?

Karate chop point: Even though I’ve had this pain for so long, and everyone wants me to get rid of it, I choose to accept who I am and I have decided to refuse to let it go…Even though I have been in pain for so long I’ve forgotten how to feel good, I deeply and completely love and accept myself anyway…Even though I don’t know who I would be without this pain, I accept myself and my body right now. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to release this pain

Side of eye: I’m not going to do it for you

Under Eye: It feels good to rebel

Nose:  I refuse to let go of this pain

Chin:  The pain is doing something good for me

Collarbone:  I refuse to let go of the pain

Under Arm: I’m not ready yet

Head:  Stop making me get rid of something I need 

(Again, the point isn’t that the person is in fact refusing to let it go, but saying “I refuse to let it go” is a great catalyst for other feelings.) 

Karate chop point:  Even though I have mixed feelings about this pain in my _____________, I deeply and completely love and accept who I am…Even though a part of me wants to hold on to this pain, I accept who I am anyway…Even though I’m not sure I’m read to release the pain yet, I accept where I am and how I feel about my body. 

Eyebrow: I’m not ready to let go yet

Side of eye: Stop trying to fix me

Under Eye: I refuse to change for you

Nose:  I refuse to let go of this ailment/pain

Chin:  I refuse to get over this

Collarbone:  I’m not ready

Under Arm: I’m tired of pushing myself

Head:  I have decided to hold onto my pain for now. 

Karate chop point:  Even though I have been reluctant to let go of the pain, I have decided to appreciate my entire body…Even though I’m not ready to let go of the pain, I accept who I am and why I am in pain…Even though I’m not sure I am ready to release the pain yet, I choose to appreciate who I am and how I feel. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to release the pain

Side of eye: I’m not ready to let it go

Under Eye: I like to rebel

Nose:  I refuse to get better

Chin:  I’m not ready to take the next step

Collarbone:  I refuse to be different

Under Arm: I’ve already tried and nothing works anyway

Head:  I refuse to change even though you want me to.

Remember that pain clients have often tried many interventions only to be left disheartened and discouraged when nothing has worked.  I have seen EFT work wonders for pain control, but the entire “system” of the person needs to be ready to release the tension, release the past hurts, and allow the body to heal in a natural way to the extent it is able.  Ask yourself and your clients, “Are there any possible downsides to being without this pain or condition?”and“Are there any advantages of holding onto this?”  Remember that the notion of “REFUSING” to give up anything is to give the client more power, more control, and more of a “voice” in their life.  It doesn’t mean that the person is actually refusing to let go.

Karate chop point:  Even though I don’t believe I can let go of the pain, I’ve had it too long, I accept who I am and how I am living…Even though it’s not my fault, but I keep hearing blame, I accept my whole body now…Even though I hate the body parts that are in pain, I accept who I am and how I feel.

Eyebrow: I refuse to let it go

Side of eye: I don’t know how to let it go

Under Eye: If I knew how I would let it go

Nose:  Stop blaming me

Chin:  Nothing ever works for me

Collarbone:  I refuse to change my body

Under Arm: I don’t believe I can

Head:  I refuse to feel better. 

Another critical component of pain is that people often don’t like the part of their body that gives them trouble, whether it’s the arthritic knee, the painful back, or the joint pain associated with fibromyalgia.  What if the only “assignment” for the person was to accept their entire body, no matter what?

Karate chop pointEven though I’m mad at my back for causing all this trouble, I accept who I am and how I feel…Even though I feel betrayed by my knees, I accept my entire body anyway…Even though I’m frustrated with my body for not cooperating, I accept who I am and how I feel about it. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to let it go

Side of eye: I hate my body

Under Eye: I’m mad at my body

Nose:  I refuse to appreciate my body

Chin:  Nothing ever works for me

Collarbone:  I hate the parts that are hurting me

Under Arm: I’m not able to change

Head:  I refuse to feel better 

Eyebrow: What if I don’t have to DO anything

Side of eye: Stop telling me what to do

Under Eye: I refuse to let it go

Nose:  If I knew how I would have let it go already

Chin:  Nothing ever works for me

Collarbone:  I refuse to change my body

Under Arm: I have decided to accept all of me instead of trying to change

Head:  I accept my entire body, even the parts that hurt. 

Stay tuned for part 4 of this series --- using the Refusal Tapping Technique for “Attracting Abundance.”

Carol Look, EFT Master


Part 4 of 4: Attracting Abundance

My passion is helping people attract personal and professional success into their lives.  Most of us have some ambivalence, or resistance to being as successful as we say we want to be, or else we would be able to easily open the door and allow the Law of Attraction to bring our desires to our doorstep.

I have found the Refusal Tapping Technique quite powerful when talking about the topic of success and abundance.  As with the other topics in this series, allowing the client to refuse to do something triggers feelings and conflicts that need to be addressed and collapsed in order for the client to progress.  It may sound absurd to say “I refuse to attract abundance” but I have seen it be the perfect catalyst for change in my clients.   

I always ask my clients why they want to be more successful, as it is important to uncover their motivation for professional success or financial wealth.

  • What do you want to do with the wealth?
  • Why is it important to make more money? 
  • How will you feel when you have more money? 
  • What are you really looking for? 

Then I ask what would happen if nothing changed in their financial situation. 

  • What would happen if you don’t become wealthier? 
  • Who will disapprove? 
  • What if your income level stays where it is? 
  • What if you never have more financial wealth?

This is often where the conflicts and reasons for sabotage are hidden.  One client wanted to be more financially successful to get the approval of his father.  His father appeared unwilling to approve of him under any circumstances, so this was a slippery setup for him.  Another client wanted to be more powerful, yet was giving his personal power away to the idea of abundance and didn’t pay much attention to accepting himself where he was right now.

Karate chop pointEven though I’m not feeling very abundant and can’t even pay my bills this month, I accept who I am anyway…Even though everyone wants me to attract abundance and I don’t feel like it, I accept who I am and how I feel…Even though I feel a lot of pressure to make more money, I have decided I am fine right where I am.

Eyebrow: I refuse to make more money

Side of eye: I don’t want to play this game

Under Eye: I am rebelling against these abundance people

Nose:  I refuse to earn more money

Chin:  I refuse to work harder

Collarbone:  I refuse to be more successful

Under Arm: I accept who I am right now

Head:  I have decided to refuse to attract abundance 

Eyebrow: I refuse to do something more

Side of eye: I don’t want to want abundance

Under Eye: It feels good to rebel against success

Nose:  I’m finally refusing to be more successful

Chin:  I hate the subject of money

Collarbone:  I refuse to earn any more no matter how easy it might be

Under Arm: I refuse, and it feels right to me

Head:  I made a decision to refuse and I’m happy about it 

Karate chop point:  Even though I don’t want to want more success, I deeply and completely love and accept myself anyway…Even though everyone thinks I should have more money, I’m tired of trying…Even though I feel the resistance about abundance, I accept who I am and how I feel about my financial situation. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to want to be more successful

Side of eye: I’m not going to try to be wealthy

Under Eye: I choose to rebel against a higher income

Nose:  I refuse to make more money

Chin:  I am not going to do it just because everyone else is

Collarbone:  I refuse to make more money

Under Arm: I prefer to rebel right now

Head:  I feel so free when I rebel 

Of course some of these statements sound ridiculous, which is often the reason the client starts looking into their limiting beliefs and resistance to becoming more successful.  Sometimes a client will tap on these statements and realize they are indeed just rebelling against a parent or teacher figure in their life, and see how trapped they have been by a need to rebel.

Once enough “refusals” have been stated, the client is then ready to feel their real feelings about prosperity in their lives, and often the deeper reasons for wanting financial success can be uncovered. 

Eyebrow: I have been refusing to make more money

Side of eye: I thought money was bad

Under Eye: I associated it with my father

Nose:  I have been refusing for the wrong reasons

Chin:  I appreciate what I do have

Collarbone:  I choose to attract abundance into my life

Under Arm: I refuse to attract abundance

Head:  I have changed my pattern and now I am ready 

Many clients assume that to make more money, they will need to work harder.  This is what I call a limiting belief as it is not the truth, just an assumption or belief about what is going to happen.  Uncovering and collapsing limiting beliefs with EFT is the cornerstone of my work these days, and I have seen amazing transformations in myself and my clients. 

Karate chop pointEven though I’m convinced I will have to work harder to make more money, I accept who I am and that I don’t want to…Even though I’m convinced I’ll have to give up more time and I don’t want to, I accept who I am and how I am handling this issue…Even though I don’t want to work harder to make more money, I choose to feel free from the pressure.

Eyebrow: I refuse to work harder for more money

Side of eye: I’m not going to work any harder than I already am

Under Eye: I won’t do it

Nose:  I refuse to work harder

Chin:  I refuse to earn more money

Collarbone:  I refuse to work any harder than I already am

Under Arm: I refuse, and it feels good

Head:  I refuse to work harder even though it might bring more money 

Eyebrow: I refuse to work harder

Side of eye: Maybe I don’t have to

Under Eye: I refuse to attract abundance by working more hours

Nose:  Maybe I don’t have to

Chin:  I refuse to work any harder

Collarbone:  I refuse to attract more success into my life

Under Arm: I hate this topic anyway and refuse to give it attention

Head:  I refuse to do what’s necessary to make more money.

Again, many of these statements will seem utterly absurd to the person, and will allow other limiting beliefs to surface.  Once they enter conscious awareness, then they can be targeted with EFT.  Repeating “I refuse to earn more money” only makes sense when making more money is seen as a problem, or as a threat to our free time or belief system.

Many clients also believe that being more successful will make them stand out, and have some negative consequences.  While they may have experiences of being hurt in the past for standing out, EFT is the perfect tool to collapse this fear, and thereby get them on the path to attracting abundance if indeed that is what they want.

Karate chop pointEven though I don’t want to stand out because they’ll hurt me, I accept who I am and how I feel about abundance…Even though I’m afraid to become more visible, I accept how I feel about myself….Even though I don’t feel safe becoming more successful in my business, I deeply and completely love and accept who I am.

Eyebrow: I refuse to become more successful

Side of eye: I don’t want to stand out

Under Eye: It’s dangerous to stand out

Nose:  I refuse to stand out

Chin:  I’m not going to become more successful

Collarbone:  I refuse to change anything

Under Arm: I’ll be safe if I don’t stand out 

Head:  I refuse to attract more abundance

Eyebrow: I refuse to let go of this fear

Side of eye: I refuse to feel free to be powerful

Under Eye: I refuse to attract more abundance

Nose:  I like feeling rebellious

Chin:  I won’t earn more even though I’m worth it

Collarbone:  I’m not worth it

Under Arm: Yes I am

Head:  No I’m not.

The worthiness issue that I raised in these last few sentences is critical to success and abundance.  Many of my workshop participants and teleclass attendees truly believe that they don’t deserve abundance, and suggesting that they do is often confusing or disorienting.

Karate chop pointEven though I don’t feel I deserve abundance, I accept who I am and how I feel…Even though I’m convinced I don’t deserve as much as everyone else, I accept who I am and how I feel…Even though I feel convinced that I don’t deserve abundance, I choose to appreciate all of me anyway. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to believe I deserve abundance

Side of eye: I don’t deserve it and I’m not changing this belief

Under Eye: I’m convinced I don’t deserve it

Nose:  I know I don’t deserve what others deserve

Chin:  I refuse to believe in myself

Collarbone:  I refuse to believe I deserve abundance

Under Arm: I don’t believe I’m worthy enough

Head:  I refuse to feel more worthy 

Eyebrow: I refuse to let go of this belief

Side of eye: I’m sure I’m not worthy

Under Eye: Stop telling me I should feel deserving

Nose:  Stop asking me to change how I view myself

Chin:  I refuse to believe I am enough

Collarbone:  I refuse to change this belief

Under Arm: I have never believed I am worthy

Head:  I refuse to feel better. 

After this sequence, many feelings are loosened up and the client is often ready to move to new issues or release this dependence on seeing themselves as unworthy or undeserving.  Remember, we are often quite attached to our identities, no matter how damaging they are. 

Karate chop pointEven though I still don’t feel worthy of abundance, I accept and love myself anyway…Even though I’m still convinced I don’t deserve abundance, and you keep trying to change my mind, I deeply and completely love and accept who I am…Even though I don’t feel deserving of success and abundance, I accept who I am and how I feel. 

Eyebrow: I refuse to let go of this belief

Side of eye: Stop trying to make me feel better

Under Eye: I refuse to feel better

Nose:  What if I am worthy after all

Chin:  No I’m not

Collarbone:  I refuse to feel deserving

Under Arm: I don’t believe I am worthy 

Head:  I refuse to feel worthy

Eyebrow: Maybe I do deserve success and abundance

Side of eye: You deserve it

Under Eye: They deserve it

Nose:  Maybe I deserve abundance after all

Chin:  I choose to feel worthy

Collarbone:  I appreciate who I am

Under Arm: I accept that I am worthy

Head:  I refuse to hide any more!

I hope you enjoy trying out this technique with yourself and your clients.  You are sure to get a few good laughs, and emotional and energetic shifts will follow.

Carol Look, EFT Master

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