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Two success stories of EFT with dogs: A vacuum cleaner fear and an arthritic back

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Hi Everyone,

Denis Jevon from the UK uses EFT, intuition and creativity to help dogs with important issues.

Hugs, Gary


By Denis Jevon

Hi Gary,

I thought that you and the readers might enjoy these two doggy stories!  A while ago my dog Pipkin developed a strong aversion (almost a phobia) to our new vacuum cleaner.  It got so bad that he went to hide when I got it out!  So I decided to use EFT on him. 

I sat him down in front of me and started tapping him on the top of the head between the ears.  I started with, Even though I am afraid of that noisy vacuum cleaner… Even though I don't like the way the vacuum cleaner moves...

Next I tapped behind his ears, on the eyebrow points, under the eye points and collarbone points while saying, that nasty vacuum cleaner … that noisy vacuum cleaner.  Then while tapping the same points again I put in the positives, ... Nice vacuum cleaner … friendly vacuum cleaner … happy vacuum cleaner.  Now I have another problem - not only is Pipkin no longer afraid of the vacuum cleaner he won't even move out of the way when I am using it.

Recently I met a Dalmatian called Max.  Max was brought to see me by his human companions because he had developed a problem with his back legs.  Every time Max became excited and pulled on his leash his back legs gave way.  I immediately suspected a lower back problem and as Max was walking past me I placed my hand on his lower back. 

My heart sank when I felt an awful grating from his lower back, I examined him carefully then I turned to his companion Malcolm and said, “I am afraid he has extensive arthritis in his lower back - I am not sure if I can fix this, but I'll try some EFT.” 

First I did some acupressure points to calm Max and then started tapping on the under eye points while thinking about the problem in his back (I didn't verbalize - just thoughts).  I carried on for 5 minutes tapping a variety of points which came to me intuitively and at the same time simply thought positively about healing his back. 

I said to Malcolm, I don't know what results we will get but if it helps, ring me and we can have another session.  I have recently seen Max for the third time and I can find no arthritis, no coffee grinder effects from his spine, and he is walking normally!  Sometimes we don't know what happens in the healing process; but does it matter?  Max is fine now and I am very pleased. 

Just remember, sometimes even if you can't think of a way forward just use intuition and it often works.

Bright blessings,

Denis Jevon

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