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Animals

Dogs

Surrogate EFT for an injured stray dog

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated. It provides practical uses for EFT Tapping but you should also explore our newest advancement, Optimal EFT, by reading our free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™, and/or get help from a Certified EFT Practitioner.

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Hi Everyone,

Did Amit Lakhwani from India help this badly injured dog through surrogate EFT? Apparently so because there is no other way to explain this dramatic recovery. This is how Amit describes the dog before surrogate EFT, "I saw the mad dog lying in a pool of blood all injured and unconscious right in front of a common water tap. His head was resting on his own feet and he was slowly drifting into further states of unconsciousness with eyes closed and saliva falling from his mouth. I stood a few meters away from him and started to tap on myself with statements like...."

Hugs, Gary


By Amit Lakhwani

Dear Gary ,

This is about EFT on an injured dog using surrogate tapping with just the basic recipe.  I work in Kolkata, India, where the guys that live there hardly know what cleanliness is and as a result they keep throwing garbage in every corner they can. Because of the dirt there are also many stray dogs in the area and some of them go insane from time to time.

There was one dog who had started biting people and was also getting into fights with other dogs.  As a result of this he was left out of the gang to fend for himself and this turned into a mess. Then one day I saw the mad dog lying in a pool of blood all injured and unconscious right in front of a common water tap.

His head was resting on his own feet and he was slowly drifting into further states of unconsciousness with eyes closed and saliva falling from his mouth. I stood a few meters away from him and started to tap on myself with statements like....

Even though he is hurt…

Even though it pains…

Even though he is bleeding profusely…

Even though he feels no control over him self…

Even though he wants to run…

Even though he wants to get into another fight…

Even though he has gone insane...

Suddenly he lifted his head up and started to glare at me as if to say he understood what I was doing.  I stood there looking at him and in those few minutes that I stood there he seemed to be very alert … a complete reversal from his last visible state of despair and agony.

I left thinking that I had done my bit … and on returning after about a few minutes he was nowhere to be seen. On enquiring from a few people they told me that he saw a cat in front of the mosque and sprang up to chase her away.

Amit Lakhwani

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