Although medical science hasn’t yet been able to discover the cause of, or a cure for fibromyalgia, FasterEFT has helped many of those with the condition to free themselves from it – permanently.
Medical doctors are currently only able to offer medications that are designed to help treat the symptoms. However, as is the case with all problems – from physical ailments to life-long patterns – the cause of fibromyalgia is the records that are held in the subconscious.
Fibromyalgia is not a disease; it is the result of the body following perfectly what the subconscious holds. Change the information in the subconscious, and the body will follow automatically.
The Mind-Body Link
The mind is the brain in action – the mind is what the brain does. Thoughts are connections between neurons (nerve cells) in your neocortex. These connections trigger other physiological processes in the brain and body, including the production of chemicals in the limbic brain.
These chemicals produce various results throughout the body. Since the brain controls bodily functions, and the mind is the brain in action, the mind has a direct effect on the body.
While medical science has not been able to find a physical cause of fibromyalgia, considering the fact that the brain controls the nervous system, and the rest of the body, it’s not a stretch to understand the connection between the activity in the brain and the physical symptoms of the condition.
So, the mind is the brain in action, and the brain controls the body – who’s controlling the mind? You may think that you are in control of your mind – you may think that your thoughts, decisions and choices are conscious; however, the truth is that most of what your mind does is unconscious.
You will notice that you are not making conscious choices in every single thought, choice and decision. So, who’s driving? The subconscious mind prompts the brain to trigger various processes in the body, and then the conscious mind, registering the sensations of these processes, gives meaning to them – and reacts accordingly with thoughts, decisions and choices.
This is why simply using “positive thinking” will not cure your fibromyalgia. It is not your conscious thinking that is in charge. You may consciously be thinking positively, but it is the data in your subconscious that is driving your brain and body.
The Real Cause of Fibromyalgia
If you have fibromyalgia (or any other condition), you will have a structure of data or “proof” within your subconscious that it is referring to, in order to produce the symptoms.
In other words: Your subconscious is referring to certain information that provides evidence of “reality” (for more detail on this, read: The REAL Cause of All Your Problems), and it is then prompting your brain to trigger the responses in your body that produce the symptoms that are recognized as fibromyalgia.
For more on the physical effects of your emotions, read: How Can Emotions Affect Physical Health?
The Cure for Fibromyalgia
Instead of simply trying to treat the symptoms, addressing the original cause will help you to free yourself from the condition – permanently. Think of it as having a pebble in your shoe.
You can take pain-killers to try to alleviate some of the pain, or you can try to put less pressure on that foot, but it is only by removing the pebble that you will be able to free yourself completely and permanently from that pain. FasterEFT enables you to remove that pebble.
Think back to when you first noticed the symptoms. Make a note of anything that was going on at that time. Were there any stressors or triggers around the time you can remember first experiencing the symptoms?
Don’t worry if you can’t remember anything specific happening at that time. Fortunately, since FasterEFT works directly with the subconscious, and since your subconscious is able to access information your conscious mind doesn’t have access to, you don’t need to know what the original cause is in order to change it.
If you do remember something specific happening around that time, use the FasterEFT Technique to address it and flip the memories. If you don’t remember anything around that time, simply make a note of any traumas or other stressful events that you’ve had in your life.
There’s no need to remember them in detail or to write descriptions; simply write one or two words to identify them for yourself – as you would a shopping list. Then, use the FasterEFT Technique to address each one until it flips.
As you go through the memories, you may well experience various physical sensations and symptoms – it is crucial you keep tapping until they have changed. If you are finding it difficult and you need help, tap along with some of the YouTube videos, or speak to a Certified FasterEFT Practitioner.
The Most Important Part
In order to truly free yourself from fibromyalgia, you need to be thorough. This is not just about relieving the pain or fatigue for a while. It’s not about the symptoms at all. This is about cleaning up the data you are carrying that your subconscious is constantly referring to.
One of the biggest mistakes people make when they become free from the symptoms using FasterEFT is they stop using it. If you stop using your toothbrush, you will develop cavities in your teeth and gum disease. If you stop using FasterEFT, you will allow the bad stuff to build up again. Just like cleaning your house, washing the dishes, taking a shower, weeding the garden, you need to keep your mind clean by using FasterEFT on an ongoing basis.
Whenever you feel less than good, notice how you feel, notice how you know you feel it, and then tap it out until it flips. If it reminds you of an event from your past, clear and flip that memory. Using it in the moment is the most powerful method – use Mental Tapping if you can’t tap physically for some reason.
For more information on physical health and FasterEFT, visit: the Healing category.
To learn how others have healed their bodies from a range of medical conditions (including fibromyalgia) read the articles in: Testimonials, and watch the videos in the FasterEFT Severe and Chronic Illness Playlist.
Article by: Robert G. Smith