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Pain

Headaches & Migraines

Mental EFT wards off a migraine in 10 minutes

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated.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

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Hi Everyone,

G V Eswar from India gives us this interesting use of "mental EFT." After his migraine showed up with real force he says, "I thought of tapping but I could not bring myself to tap as I felt totally helpless and immobile. I just could not move my hands. I reclined on the seat when suddenly the thought came to me to tap mentally..."

Hugs, Gary


By Eswar G V

Dear Gary

I was introduced to EFT less than a year back. I came across your website when I was on the lookout for a solution to my son's severe 'fear of falling'. I ordered the DVDs and since then have been avidly studying EFT in earnest. Recently I had a new experience with EFT which I feel like sharing with you.

Whenever I travel in the sun, especially with all the pollution in our land and clime, I get a mild form of migraine headache. This goes away with a cup of coffee. But the other day it started mildly but steadily it went on increasing in intensity. 

I thought of tapping but I could not bring myself to tap as I felt totally helpless and immobile. I just could not move my hands. I reclined on the seat when suddenly the thought came to me to tap mentally. So I focused on KC point and silently said to myself,

Even though I have this terrible headache…

Even though I feel so helpless and not wanting to take action, I forgive myself completely for whatever contribution I have made for this awful pain. I deeply and completely forgive anyone else for whatever contribution they might have made for this problem.

Then I closed my eyes and imagined tapping on the EFT points silently telling myself This terrible headache; this feeling of nausea; this feeling of helplessness; this splitting pain in my temples, and so on.

I must have done it for around ten minutes when I noticed that the intensity dropped all of a sudden. Then I felt a vomiting sensation rising from the middle of my navel. I continued to imagine tapping as the feeling became powerful but very strangely, I could watch the sensations with non-attachment, as though it was happening to somebody else. As I prepared myself with a plastic bag for the eventuality, nothing came out except some gas. I felt a great relief, though exhausted.

I thought it was over but after a few minutes once again the nauseating sensation started from the center of the stomach. I continued the mental tapping. Once again some more gas came out. It happened a third time too.

The headache completely disappeared. I came home and lay down on the bed and imagined a white light surrounding me inside as well as outside and did progressive relaxation. I did not know when I slept but after fifteen minutes when I woke up, it felt as if, nothing had ever happened!

Oh boy, EFT worked! And it worked like a miracle! Thank you so much, Gary, for you are basically giving it away to everyone - even the intricate points - without holding back anything. Cheers!

Gratitude = Great + Attitude.

Esh

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