If you’ve been using FasterEFT on physical symptoms and they either haven’t changed, or they have reduced but not gone completely, here are a few steps you can take in order to make sure you get the results you want. Considering your physical symptoms are linked to records held in your subconscious, it is those records that need to be changed in order for the symptoms to change. In the same way, you would need to change the original file on a computer if you wanted to see those changes in the printed document. Naturally, it’s not always possible to know what the original record is that is causing those particular symptoms; and one of the benefits of FasterEFT is that you don’t need to know what the original cause is.
Having said that, it is of course, important that you have seen your doctor, and that you follow any medical advice you’re given by your medical professional. The wonderful thing about FasterEFT is that you can use it along with any medical options your doctor gives you – you don’t need to choose just one or the other.
The first step in addressing physical symptoms with FasterEFT is to simply notice how you know there’s a problem. In other words, notice the symptom and what it is about it that bothers you. Notice how it feels, where in your body you feel it, and the intensity of it. That’s the aiming part of the process; and then, of course, you tap. However, if you’ve already done this, and you’ve been tapping on the symptom, and it still hasn’t reached a zero, it means the original cause is still very much in place. You will need to look a little deeper.
Take a moment to think about how the symptom feels – how would you describe it to someone who had never felt that feeling before. What descriptive words would you use? For example, if it is a pain, is it “stabbing” or “dull” – what would you compare it to? By doing this, you are allowing your subconscious to bring up aspects of the original record that may be linked to the symptom. Then tap on those descriptions. If it’s a stabbing pain in your back, for example, think about being stabbed in the back – and tap on that.
You may find that as you describe the symptom, you start to remember hearing that description from someone in your past. These will not necessarily have anything to do with physical symptoms. Your grandmother may have complained about people stabbing her in the back (betraying her), or your father may have complained about his dull existence. When these memories come up – tap on them. These are the clues regarding the original records from your subconscious. If it’s coming up, it’s most likely connected – and therefore worth tapping on.
Think about the symptom again, notice the feeling of it, and see if you can remember when it started. When did you first feel this particular symptom? When did you first notice it? It doesn’t matter if you don’t remember when it actually started; just go back to the first time you remember noticing it. Then, think about what was happening at that time. What were you doing? Who were you with? What was happening? Notice anything that bothered you at that time. See what you saw, hear what you heard, feel what you felt. Notice it – and tap on that. Flip that memory, and then go back to aiming at the symptom again (if it hasn’t already automatically changed).
Think about your symptom again. Notice the feeling of it; and see if you can remember ever having felt that same sensation in the past. Have you ever felt this particular way before? Does it remind you of anything? Whatever comes up, notice it – notice the details – and tap on that. Once you’ve cleared and flipped whatever memories or thoughts have come up, go back to the symptom and notice if it’s still there. If it is, notice if it’s changed. And then continue to tap until you’ve cleared it.
For more guidance on using FasterEFT effectively visit: Tips on Using FasterEFT.
For more information on how and why FasterEFT works, visit: The FasterEFT Belief System.
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