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EFT setup statements for grief

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Hi Everyone,

A thank you to Jan Luther for these entryways into using EFT for grief. Note the specific wording. This often allows deeper, higher quality relief.

Hugs, Gary

By Jan Luther

One of my greatest challenges is that I do not have time to answer every email from clients asking me to please help them process their grief. This is an email that I sent off to a young woman who told me about her mother passing and then a short time afterward her father having a heart attack and dying right in front of her.

Please work each phrase by first assessing your level of intensity on the phrase on a scale of 0 to 10, and then tap on that phrase until your level of intensity is at 2 or below before you even look at next one.

Even though I can still see the life leaving him...
Even though I cannot make it stop- I am powerless to help him...
Even though it is not my place to make this 'not happen'...
Even though I see his eyes...
Even though I want to remember life in those eyes
Even though I remember hearing... (Whatever sounds haunt you)
Even though I may have been so panicked...
Even though it happened... it's over ... he is at peace now...
Even though I am so glad I was there and he was not alone... he knows I love him. I was there
Even though some part of me can see the good in this. I may still be angry and fearful...
Even though it is okay to feel even the negative feelings... (tap for each one that you can think of)
Even though I don't know what to do next... One day at a time. I will figure it out as I go.
Even though I never imagined I would have this challenge... I have managed challenges before. That is how I learn and grow
Even though I feel (...) I deeply and completely love and accept myself even with this feeling of (...) ... This feeling is allowed ... I love this feeling it is real for me ... I am going to be okay.

Jan Luther




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