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Other Emotional Issues

Panic And Anxiety

Using EFT for panic when nobody is around

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

Note: This article assumes you have a working knowledge of EFT. Newcomers can still learn from it but are advised to peruse our Free Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tutorial™ for a more complete understanding.

Hi Everyone,

Jenn Goddard was in a snowmobile accident miles away from anyone. She thought her leg was broken and, of course, panic set in. With EFT, the panic subsided and she was better able to handle the situation. This is yet another emergency use for EFT.

Hugs, Gary

By Jenn Goddard

Hi Gary,

I wanted to tell you and the readers about how EFT really works on the scene, in response to a traumatic event.

Recently I went on a ski trip with my husband and we had a very terrifying experience on a snowmobile in Vail, Colorado. It was the 3rd day of our ski vacation and my husband and I decided to take an unguided snow mobile ride as part of our ski vacation. Neither one of us had ridden a snowmobile before but the rep for the company told us we had nothing to worry about, we would be fine.  After about 30 minutes on the trail, the path that we were on seemed to be getting steeper and narrower.

My husband who was driving was getting nervous and decided to try to turn the snow mobile around but the path was just too narrow. Therefore, we slid off the narrow path down the side of the mountain and hit a tree.  My leg was wedged between the snowmobile and the tree, so my husband who was in snow up to his waist, had to push this heavy two-person snowmobile off my leg and set me free. At the time, I had no idea if my leg was broken, how we were going to get out of there or if anyone was going to rescue us.

It was 9 am and the temperature outside was 1 degree. No one was around and we were on the side of a mountain with no cell reception. I started hyperventilating and could not breathe or calm down. I was having a panic attack and was in a bit of shock. I started tapping all of the points and I just started to say over and over "I'm okay."  After about two minutes I began to calm down. I started hyperventilating again, about two more times, when I realized where we were, that no one was around and we may not be rescued. Each time I tapped the panic subsided.  What a relief!

Luckily enough my leg was not broken, and it was a good thing because we had to walk over three miles in the snow up the mountain until we able to get cell reception and finally get 911 on the phone to come and rescue us.  We eventually were rescued and we were both okay. I do not know what I would have done if I did not remember to tap.

Thank God for EFT!

Jenn Goddard

(Snow Mobile Survivor/ EFT practitioner)


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