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Surrogate EFT removes a horse's limp

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated.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.

Hi Everyone,

Dr. Fred Feldstein helps an ailing horse where meds and injections had failed.

Hugs, Gary


By Dr. Fred Feldstein

I have an incredible EFT story regarding a distressed horse and her 15 year old owner.  My 9 year old daughter, Briana, and I went horseback riding on a trail for an hour near my house today.  The trail guide was a very sweet 15 year old girl, and we got around to talking about energy healing, while on the trail.  She and the lead horse were right in front of me so it was easy to have a conversation.  We spoke about a lot of performance issues because she was an ex-gold medal ice skater, but was forced to stop and take up riding because she broke her ankle and couldn't skate anymore.

As she was riding she told me that she owned a horse named Dewy that had something wrong with its lower right leg.  The vet said it was a soft tissue injury and had injected the horse with steroid and hyalouronic acid, but it didn't help. The horse was still lame and unable to put pressure on its leg.

They tried a very strong medication for 3 days, and the vet said if it helped, that it was definitely a soft tissue injury.  Well, it did help, but the horse couldn't stay on it for more than 3 days, and with no meds, back to being lame, and limping.  The vet said it would take 9 months to heal fully.  I love challenges like this.

I told her that I would try an energy technique that I knew when we got back to the stables. However, I didn't want to wait that long so I started surrogate tapping for Dewy, while on the trail.  Holding on carefully to the reins with one hand, I started tapping with the other as though I was Dewy.

Even though I have this pain in my lower right leg, and I don't know why it hurts, and I can't put pressure on my leg, I'm still a terrific horse.

Even though I have this limp, and my owner can't ride me because of this, I'm still a terrific horse.

Even though I still have this remaining pain and limp, I choose to release it now.

A couple of rounds later, as we were approaching the end of the trail, I was excited for her to bring me to see her horse Dewy.  She thought I was going to do something then, but I told her I already did, and asked to take her horse out of its stall to see how it walked.  To her amazement, and I must admit mine, no limp.  "But it was totally lame this morning, and now there is no visible sign of any limp" she screamed.

Oh, the power of EFT.  Thanks again Gary, for a tool to help all of God's creations!

Wishing you all Exponential Success Always,

Fred Feldstein

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