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EFT to help heal fruit trees - a major new business waiting to happen?

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

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Hi Everyone,

Eloisa Ramos brings up an interesting EFT possibility. She says, "It works for animals so why not trees and plants?" Think of the possible uses that the agricultural industry might have for this method.

Hugs, Gary

By Eloisa Ramos, EFT Cert-I

Dear Gary,

I wanted to share my experience using EFT to help heal fruit trees. One summer I was watering my mother's fruit trees. I noticed three small peach trees and a nectarine tree with a bark rot that began at the bottom of the stem and ate away at the bark exposing the inner part of the trees on one side. It reminded me of a gash someone would get if they were cut with something very sharp and jagged exposing the bone. I remembered the wound had been smaller the previous year.

I also noticed something similar on the large fig tree, but the bark rot was mostly on the upper side of the branches. I did notice tiny white fungi growing in some places there, so I figured this was the problem. I don't have much knowledge of tree disease, but this seemed to be spreading and so I tried EFT on them. It works for animals so why not trees and plants?

So, I touched the rotting part, and using myself as a surrogate, I asked the usual questions that I ask when looking for sensitivities in a person, (using applied kinesiology): I asked, "Is there any trauma associated with fungus in the aura field?" I got a "yes", so I tapped on myself as a surrogate to clear the trauma:

Even though there is trauma associated with this fungus, I choose to locate the damage to the aura field and repair and heal it, while removing any blocks to the 100% healing of these traumas now and into the future.

I repeated this three times and use the reminder phrase, "healing and repairing trauma" I then asked again, "Is there any trauma associated with this fungus?" I got a "No".

GC COMMENT: While Eloisa prefers to use applied kinesiology (muscle testing) in this case, you can also get results without using this method. You merely assume the problem exists and use EFT for it. This takes very little time and saves the muscle testing step.

The next spring I went to check on the fruit trees with the bark rot and I am happy to report that new bark is growing back, slowly covering the exposed inner tree stem, much like a wound begins to close up in a person. However, I admit to also spraying the damaged area with baking soda and water at the same time too.

GC COMMENT: As a result of this spraying, we cannot conclude that EFT did the job here. However, this opens the door for others to try EFT on plants. Note Eloisa's examples below.

Nevertheless, I know that EFT works because I applied it one summer to a large oak tree that I came across when I was hiking nearby. It had white spots of fungus all over its bark. The next summer I checked on it and it looked great! Only one or two small white spots remained.

Also, recently I noticed my peach and nectarine trees beginning to get that curly leaf disease, which shrivels the leaves, making them look like they have an inflamed rash that kills them. From past experience I know this spreads and my mom would tell me to just cut off the leaves that got infected to save the rest, but this time I did EFT instead, using the same process above. Touching the infected leaf I found trauma associated with the infection and used myself as a surrogate to tap on, like before. I'm happy to say the leaf rot stopped on its tracks and my peach and nectarine trees are beautiful and full of healthy leaves.

Thank you for sharing EFT with the world.

Eloisa Ramos, EFT Cert-I


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