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Neck pain and Irritable Bowel Syndrome--Pass the Megaphone

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated.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

Beth Smillie from the UK helps a client eliminate neck pain and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Geez! I just paused to read that sentence again. Would you mind re-reading it as well?

It sounds so casual, so routine. It reads as though these things are commonplace. I guess I'm so used to saying things like this that I've grown used to it. Please understand, though, that the client's neck pain was of six years duration (from an accident) and was given up on by the medical establishment. Also, IBS is one of those medical maladies that is often stubborn and not easily cured.

Yet with a few waves of the fingertips, Beth was able to give this client complete and lasting relief on both issues. This is jump-up-and-down stuff. It merits pounding on one's chest and hollering through a megaphone. Restraint might be in order if it only happened once in awhile. However, we do this with some consistency. Read through our web site. It is LOADED with reports like this. It goes on...and on... and on...and touches just about every emotional and physical ailment known.

I know we are supposed to be conservative in our statements. That's the way the establishment would like to see it. OK. But once in awhile it's time to recognize the startling stuff that we do and be emphatic and vocal about it.

I just called Ingrid who, as you may recall, was the lady on our EFT Course audiotapes who tapped for IBS. This was over 5 years ago. Before EFT, her IBS was at a nearly constant 6 or 7. It took some persistence in her case, but the whole problem subsided. She informed me on the phone that SHE HAS NOT HAD A SINGLE INCIDENT OF IBS SINCE WE CONCLUDED OUR SERIES OF TAPPING SESSIONS. IT HAS BEEN GONE FOR OVER 5 YEARS!!

Pass the megaphone.

So, with that bit of much deserved fanfare, here is Beth's report.

Hugs, Gary

by Beth Smillie

Dear Gary,

I'd like to tell you about a patient I attended last year. She called me for help with IBS but during history taking she advised me that she had been involved in a road traffic accident 6 years past and as a result had a whiplash. Subsequent physiotherapy delivered a stroke and whilst she had made a good recovery, she was still unable to move her neck.

Medics had advised her that she would have to live with the pain and that nothing further could be done for her. I asked her if she would like to try tapping. (The subject of IBS had not yet been discussed). She said she would try anything but was highly sceptical. One round of tapping, (no hypnosis) using the affirmation "even though I have this constant pain in my neck" brought instant relief from the pain, however it was evident that there was still a degree of stiffness (apprehension perhaps) so we tapped for the stiffness and that too disappeared.

Her IBS was no longer an issue and she has been free of those symptoms too - no need for any further comments on that score. I have had endless referrals from this lady and she remains to this day, without pain or stiffness. Her GP is completely amazed but her children are overjoyed!

Best wishes - Beth Smillie (oh, how British - shouldn't I say "hugs"?!)

Beth Smillie

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