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Rapid EFT results with an ACL tear -- Every sports team in the world would love to hear about this

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Hi Everyone,

Physicians, sports doctors and anyone associated with athletic injuries will enjoy this "impossible" result from Gillian Tarawhiti of Australia. After doing some persistent EFT on her injury she says, "Last week I went for a second MRI, went to see my specialist and he couldn't believe that the ACL tears had gone. He kept going back and forth between the first and the second MRI images and couldn't believe it, he said, he had NEVER in his entire career see an injury like the one I had incurred just DISAPPEAR, it made me laugh that he refused to say FIX ITSELF. But there it was on his screen in the before and after images of NO ACL TEAR." Please consult physicians on medical cases.

Hugs, Gary


By Gillian Tarawhiti

I was injured in a sports accident incurring an ACL injury (anterior cruciate ligament) and a meniscus cartilage tear. Basically this means I had ligament and cartilage tears in my knee, I was immediately referred to specialists, had MRI's and then told I would need major surgery and I would have difficulty with my knee for the rest of my life.

Well, I'm an EFT Practitioner and decided to take their diagnosis with a grain of salt and decided to postpone any surgery against the specialists' /surgeons' advice. So I decided to take my own journey and tapped religiously for everything from pain, to feeling stupid for letting it happen, to over stretching, to blaming everyone else and on and on. Five days after I started tapping I was back doing some light training, 2 weeks after that I was doing even more training and everyone tried to tell me that is was not a good idea and that I should slow down or not train at all. But you know I was feeling good, I still obviously had an injury but I knew my limits and continued to tap and train anyway.

Last week I went for a second MRI, went to see my specialist and he couldn't believe that the ACL tears had gone. He kept going back and forth between the first and the second MRI images and couldn't believe it, he said, he had NEVER in his entire career see an injury like the one I had incurred just DISAPPEAR, it made me laugh that he refused to say FIX ITSELF. But there it was on his screen in the before and after images of NO ACL TEAR.

When he asked me what I had done in the past 4 months I told him I went back to training straight away and that I was doing a form of physiotherapy, and I knew he had to ask what it was, so I explained in as much technical terminology as I could muster about Emotional Freedom Techniques. He stared at me for a moment and said - well, you will do me out of a job, if anyone else finds out about this. We both laughed and then he looked at me and said, no! I'm not joking.

So I am so grateful that my injury now is minor and only involves microscopic day surgery of which I've agreed to have since there will be no slicing or dicing. So all you sports people out there EFT works, it really does.

 

 

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