Depression

Gary discusses depression and some new ideas

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by Gary Craig

"Interestingly, with EFT we have many people whose symptoms just vanish. Our clinical results appear to provide an important missing piece to the healing puzzle...."

I don't know how many millions suffer from depression in this world--but it's a LOT!! Fortunately, with EFT, much of it may be unnecessary.

With EFT we have many people whose symptoms just vanish. Our clinical results appear to provide an important missing piece to the healing puzzle and it is my hope that the purveyors of conventional techniques will consider our findings.

Now here's a little background info that you may find helpful. Having used these tapping procedures since 1991 I have observed 3 categories in which depression seems to fall. Please note that none of them falls within the medical model nor do any of them involve drugs. All of them, however, have provided substantial, if not complete, relief. Could it be that energy imbalances are forerunners to the chemical causes discovered by medical researchers? If so, dedicated medical researchers have an exciting new field to explore.

Here are the categories.....

1. Depression that simply disappears with a few minutes of EFT.

2. Depression that appears to be caused by numerous unresolved emotional issues such as guilt, shame, fear, anger and the like. This type can often be relieved with EFT but it may take more advanced uses. Anyone can learn to do this through our easy to understand DVD Libraries

3. Depression that appears to be caused by some type of substance sensitivity or allergic reaction. On several occasions, I've seen the removal of the offending substance(s) result in the cessation of the symptoms. There are two live examples of this in the easy to understand DVD Libraries (Todd and Grace from The EFT Course).

Cheers (hugs too), Gary

PS: I have observed EFT for depression to be reliable in practice but am not putting it forward as areplacement for competent medical advice.

 

 

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