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Andrea's miscarriage

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

by Gary Craig

Hi Everyone,

About 3 weeks ago I worked with several clients of local therapists to "hone my skills" prior to our advanced seminars. One of these clients, call her Andrea, came in to her session complaining of nausea and a pelvic pain. We did a round or two of EFT for each of these ailments and both subsided, but not to zero. Suspicioning that there was an emotional contributor to these discomforts I then asked her one of my favorite questions, namely,

"If there was an emotional contributor to your nausea and pelvic pain, what would it be?"

Andrea then offered that she had some remorse over a recent miscarriage and it was clear to me by her body language that we had located an important target. I then asked her to say, "I had a miscarriage" and strong emotions ensued. We used EFT (actually, the advanced intuitional version--it takes less time) for several aspects and, after about 20 minutes, she could say "I had a miscarriage" with ease. No charge left. I then asked her to check out the nausea and the pelvic pain. They had both vanished. In my experience this is typical and is confirmation that the emotional issue has become history. It is also glowing evidence that many of our physical ailments are emotionally caused.

About 10 days later I followed up by phone and, as expected, the nausea and pelvic pain were non-existent (even though she had lived with both of them for months--ever since the miscarriage). Further, she could say "I had a miscarriage" with no charge whatsoever. She was also much more philosophical about it, indicating a cognitive change as well. This, too, is typical.

Andrea is a dance therapist and is quite interested in this procedure. She may even be attending our next seminar to work on more issues with me. It's not for sure yet but, if she is able to make it, I think our next seminar attendees will find her quite open and enjoyable--AND--free of this issue. A delightful lady.

Peace, Gary


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