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EFT collapses seasickness and Rosa becomes the life of the party

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

Read how Yosef Rabinowitz uses EFT to completely collapse a severe case of motion sickness, despite the open hostility from onlookers.

Hugs, Gary

By Yosef Rabinowitz

Recently, during a summer outing, our entire company of about 50 people went on a yacht ride around lower Manhattan (a "three-hour tour", perhaps?).  As she walked toward the boat along the wooden pier that was floating on the water, just before she boarded, "Rosa" experienced a sudden attack of motion sickness and couldn't keep her balance.  So, with her permission, two co-workers physically dragged her on board and then, once on board, sat her down (next to me) so that she could regain her composure.

After a few minutes, while we were still docked, she still couldn't keep her balance and wanted very much to get off the boat.  I offered her the opportunity to try a new technique that can relieve motion sickness, and she agreed.

I told her to match my tapping and started with the karate chop point.  "Regina" saw this and thought I was making fun of Rosa, so she tried to stop me, saying "Oh, c'mon, she's sick.  Leave her be!"  Another person agreed with her.  I continued anyway, but I said the setup phrases to myself rather than out loud because of the "hostility" toward what I was doing.

Rosa went along and continued to tap with me.  All the while, Regina and company were keeping a close and very suspicious eye on me - I have known these people for at least two years.  When Rosa and I tapped on our collarbone points, Regina had enough and yelled at me "stop making fun of her … she's sick … leave her alone!”  Then she grabbed my hands to make me stop.

Right then, Rosa stood up, fully balanced and smiling, and indicated that she felt better.  Needless to say, Regina was utterly shocked and did eventually let go of my hands.  We had a DJ on board and for the rest of the ride, Rosa was the life of the party, often dancing to the beat of the music.

EFT turned what could have been a rough ride into a very enjoyable afternoon.  I dread to think how Regina might have reacted if she'd waited until the eye-rolling portion of the gamut procedure before intervening.

Yosef Rabinowitz


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