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Pain Management

A classic example of an EFT delayed healing for pain

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

Sometimes, when people conclude that EFT "doesn't work", they need only wait awhile for a delayed healing to occur. I've seen this many times. Typically, 10 minutes to an hour later the former problem just seems to have vanished. It is typically subtle and people don't notice it right away. This is a very important concept for EFT students to understand.

By Pete Hawk

Hello Gary,

The other night at work it was a fairly slow night. All of us in the room had occasional phone call's to answer, things to enter in our computer logs, etc, but all in all it was a nice shift.

About half way through though my right lower jaw in the molar section began to ache just out of the blue. It progressively got worse and after about 15 minutes the left lower jaw started to hurt as well.

The pain became so great that my thoughts were this. "I really hope no one will try talking to me while I'm having this pain, because I don't think I'm going to be very pleasant to talk to." I just felt like I wanted to lash out at someone, anyone who got between me and my pain. I became terribly restless and just miserable. I couldn't sit still, couldn't watch a show that was on on of the big screens in the room, nothing sounded good to me.

It was as though all that I wanted to do was NOTHING, to just sit there and try to zone out and forget that I was in pain. I then wished I had pliars with me because I'd rip the teeth out that were making me so miserable.

Well finally, after close to an hour of pure agony (to the point I started feeling nauseous), I decided to give EFT a try. I went to the restroom and did just two rounds of the following...

"Even though I have this terrible pain in my lower jaw, I deeply and completely love and accept myself."

I went back to work and the pain was still there. But then, next thing I know, an hour had passed and I realized at some point the pain had just vanished! I had totally forgot about it altogether. And here it is a couple days later and the pain hasn't returned. I was and am very grateful. No pain pills necessary. EFT is simply remarkable! I just need to remember to use it right away next time and not suffer through unnecessary pain.


Pete Hawk

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