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Other Emotional Issues

Anger Management

An interesting approach to EFT and road rage

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Hi Everyone,

There's no way to know for sure if MaryEllen Delancy-Johnson's EFT experience reduced the road rage of others. It does, however, propose an interesting idea that is well worth trying.

Hugs, Gary

By MaryEllen Delancy-Johnson

I find it convenient and effective to proxy tap or surrogate tap with EFT. One application is on the roadway. I am always encountering "road rage." Since words have vibrations, I have developed the habit of saying "bless you" to anyone who is upset behind the wheel. Of course, the angry person cannot hear me since he/she is in another automobile, but the blessing seems to "clear the air" for a better mood, not only for the enraged driver, but it serves also to keep me calm.

It occurred to me one day that the blessing should be more effective if I tap instantly on both collar bone points with my fist or all fingertips of one hand while saying "Bless you, (young man in the blue car), please be forgiving and have peace and joy. Bless YOU."

It is impossible to prove the positive results of this practice. I can report though, that my own demeanor is a hundred times less stressful and drivers do not appear to get angry with ME.

This approach could be effective in any volatile situation whether personally involved or not.

MaryEllen Delancy-Johnson, CNC


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