Chronic Neck Pain Vanishes After EFT
This submission is a classic case of how our physical issues are often very directly related to deeply-rooted emotional ones. Tesha Telleria has her client first tap directly on the physical pain, then on emotions they tuned into after tapping.
by Tesha Telleria
Hello, I want to share with you a wonderful experience I had with a client. We will call her Gabriela (not her real name).
Gabriela came to me with a chronic pain in her neck. She had this pain for more than eighteen years. She had been to physical therapy, massages, and chiropractiors. She had taken all the pain killers in the world - and nothing seemed to work. She didn’t know what triggered that pain.
I told her to rate how strong the pain was, and her number was 10. So we tapped with: “Even though I have this pain in my neck I deeply and completely love and accept my self anyway”. After a few rounds the number was still 10. Nothing changed.
I asked her, now that she was tuned into the problem, if she remembered the last time she had the strongest pain in her neck. She said: I remember very clearly, it was about 18 years ago, when my oldest son went to study in Germany.
So we tapped:
“Even though my son went to study in Germany and this is very hard for my husband and for me, I deeply and completely love and accept my self.”
“Even though my son left us, our family is not the same since that day; I deeply and completely love and accept my self.”
“Even though, my son had to go to study in Germany, he abandoned us, he has grown up, I deeply and completely love and accept my self any way.”
(At this point, Gabriela was crying and she couldn’t stop her tears, she cried so hard that she could not say the words out loud, but we continued tapping).
Through the points:
-My son went to study in Germany.
-Our family is never going to be the same again.
-It was really hard to let him go.
-It was hard to admit that my little boy had grown.
-God I miss him.
-Why did he have to go?
-It is so painful.
She said she was feeling a little better and she couldn’t rate the number because of all the emotions moving inside her. So we did some rounds with: “it was hard to let him go”. She calmed a little and her number was 4.
I asked Gabriela how her son was doing at work and he was a very successful businessman.
We finished that session with a positive round about her son and her self as well.
“Even though my son left, he went to study in Germany, I am calmed because he is doing very well at his job”
“Even though it was hard to let my son go, he is doing well”
“Even though I am sad because my son is so far away, I am happy because he is a good son”
Through the points:
-My son is doing very well at his job
-It was hard to let him go
-We miss him every day
-He is building a wonderful career
-We wish he was closer to home
-My son visits us for holidays
-I am proud of my son and I am proud of my self
Four days later I called Gabriela to see how she was doing and she reported that she no longer had the pain in the neck, she didn’t have headaches and she was able to sleep the whole night. So the progress went better that expected. In one session she was able to clear three symptoms which she didn’t mention at the beginning because she didn’t know they could be related.