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Clearing allergies for entire groups of people

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

Sandi Radomski, ND, LCSW is an expert on both EFT and allergies. In this article she extends her abilities by simultaneously clearing allergic reactions for entire rooms full of people by using our Borrowing Benefits procedure. Please note that Sandi is also an expert at muscle testing and uses these skills to diagnose and test whether someone has "cleared" their allergy or sensitivity. The actual proof, of course, is whether or not someone has their previous reaction to the food or substance. In Sandi's experience, after people test OK with a muscle test for a given substance, they are able to handle it without problem.

There are exciting uses for Borrowing Benefits with allergies. In Sandi's words.... "I see Borrowing Benefits as having a profound potential for treating allergies in groups. My vision is to be able to treat an entire school at one time for the mold in the corridors for example, or to treat an entire community for a common problem in its environment."

By Sandi Radomski, ND, LCSW

Since I work regularly with allergies and with EFT, it seemed obvious to experiment with using Gary's concept of Borrowing Benefits for treating allergies in groups.

My first experiment with this approach involved treating an entire roomful of people for their reactions to specific foods. I started by treating everyone for desserts and cheesecake so we could all enjoy a treat together. When each person was individually muscle tested, it was found that most people were reactive to these treats.

I then treated a single person in front of the group for cheesecake sensitivity with the "intention" of also treating everyone in the group at the same time. The remainder of the group tapped along with the demo person, saying the same words as this person did regardless of whether they themselves had a reaction to cheesecake. This is Gary's well-known Borrowing Benefits protocol

Following the tapping, all but one person then muscle tested strong for the cheesecake (meaning that the cheesecake no longer created weaknesses in their system). Following our group indulgence in the treat, several people reported their being able to tolerate the dessert when in the past they would have had a negative reaction. This experiment has proven to be remarkably successful on the occasions when I have used it.

At the recent Phoenix ACEP Conference, I decided to extend our Borrowing Benefits experiments over our 2-day training. The group initially muscle tested each other to find reactive foods and substances. Then, when I demonstrated in front of the room with a participant, I instructed all the rest of the group to have the intention of treating one of their own reactive substances, or, if they were having a problem with the same substance as the demo person, they could work on that item. As the training progressed, people were focusing on treatment of their own unique reactive substances, but tapping along with (and using the same words as) the demo person.

We also conducted a mini experiment by having some people focus on the same substances as the demonstration was using, while others focused on different substances. Fascinatingly, the results were identical. Eleven out of 13 participants consistently received benefits from the Borrowing Benefits treatment during this workshop (as determined by muscle testing). The two people who did not clear their reactions on the substances were both immune-compromised -- one person had MS and the other had long-standing multiple chemical sensitivities.

I continued to muscle test during the 2-day training to be certain that the Borrowing Benefits treatments were holding, and indeed they continued to hold both during the training and later after returning home. Several people reported to me to be able to eat the offending substances at home after the indirect seminar treatments. The benefits of this were obvious -- Borrowing Benefits had allowed each person to be treated for many more items during a workshop session than is normally possible.

I see Borrowing Benefits as having a profound potential for treating allergies in groups. My vision is to be able to treat an entire school at one time for the mold in the corridors for example, or to treat an entire community for a common problem in its environment. My hope is to create a video / DVD / CD of a person being treated for many basic substances. The audience would presumably then be treated merely by watching the tape. Basic foods that most people have problems with could be targeted. For example, the top 7 reactive foods are: dairy, wheat, corn, soy, sugar, peanuts, and eggs. If we could help people eliminate reactions to just this small group of foods, we would have helped great masses of people.

As with classic Borrowing Benefits, this is not work to be taken lightly. It is very powerful and should be done under the guidance of a professional. Of course it is still in the experimental stage, but clearly it holds great promise for treating the epidemic of allergies that is now occurring around the world.

Sandra Radomski, ND, LCSW

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