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EFT quieted a dog

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

Hi Everyone,

Gratitude to Carol Seck for this practical use of EFT. Remember, "Try it on Everything!"

Hugs, Gary

By Carol Seck

Hello Gary,

I have used EFT daily and have found many obvious and subtle benefits, but the most interesting was yesterday and today.  Here is some background on the incident:  My dog, Max, an almost seven year old English Cocker Spaniel, was diagnosed last year with Lyme Disease.

We had thought him fairly symptom-free but when I thought about it, I realized he'd had several problems that I'd attributed to other things.  Some of them were a very gradual decrease in appetite, limping on and off, and the most alarming, very occasional seizures that I thought were due to eating inappropriate things while on walks.

He was treated with a month of antibiotics and seemed much healthier all around.  Lately the problems started gradually returning, some chewing on his legs, less appetite, and other things which might be due to other causes such as the wood and deer ticks that plague us out in our wooded acreage.  I started thinking he might need to see the vet again soon.

Then it happened.  During a walk on our dirt road he had a seizure.  It started with a limp, then a reluctance to move, then loss of control of his legs and back muscles.  He weighs too much for me to lift him, so I started sending energy.  I am a Reiki Master so that's my first inclination.

After a moment, I remembered to tap and he pulled himself together enough to walk up our long driveway to our house.  Once inside, I took him to our meditation room.  He sat quietly by my feet then bolted for the downstairs bathroom.  He's been trained to jump in the tub or the shower to vomit if he feels he must.  That's what he was doing.  I moved him from the shower so he wouldn't get dirty ... and he seizured again.  This was much worse than the first.  I immediately started tapping, saying, you’re okay … good dog …I love you.  He came out of it so fast I was astounded.  Needless to say, he is going to the vet at the first appointment open.  He's doing better today, and I've kept tapping.

The last interesting thing is that I developed a left eyelid twitch yesterday after it happened.  I kept tapping for it, and it would go away and come back.  I was just tapping for "this eyelid twitch".  Today, as I walked Max, I realized I was fearful that the seizures would happen again during his morning walk, so I did EFT for, Even though I have this eyelid twitch because I am worried about Max's health…  And the points were "concerns about Max" instead of "this twitch" as I'd used the day before.  It took one round of "imaginary tapping" as I walked, and the twitch is gone!

Thank heavens for EFT!

Carol Seck


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