Gas Sensitivity, EFT andAllergy

At the first New Age London

Allergy Testing and EFT Treatment weorkshop, our kinesiologist did the testing and I did the treatment. Amongst a couple of

other minor things, I cleared a sensitivity to North Sea Gas and now breathe even better. I had no idea, despite living for

months with leaking gas and products of incomplete household gas combustion, that it was still affecting me. I had thought I

was OK with it after the building’s gas problems were fixed, and especially after I moved. As a matter of fact, it never

entered my mind that I could have any problem remaining in my body to do with gas itself. The tesing showed that up, and my

body cleared it after treatment with EFT. The treatment went something like this; on all the EFT points including the head and

Gamut, using the shortcut that ends on the KC.
Setup on Sore Spot:
“Even though I this North Sea Gas problem, I deeply and

completely love and accept myself”
Reminder:
“North Sea Gas”
Setup on Sore Spot:
“Even though I this North Sea Gas problem,

I ask my body to safely process this North Sea Gas”
Reminder:
“North Sea Gas”, “Safely process”, “Safely co-exist with”

I

also used the crossing over technique for left-right brain integration recommended by Sandi Radomski in her Allergy Antidotes

(TM), where we crossed our hands over as we tapped, and this was only done at the KC and UA.

When you have a chronic physical condition, anything that either emotionally or physically has a negative impact on you can make the condition worse. EFT is one way of throwing away the emotional rubbish collecting in your system. In the same way that we dispose of our household rubbish regularly for home cleanliness and hygiene, I use EFT to dispose of negative emotions for my optimal physical health.  — Low-Cost EFTbyWorkshop London UKStop Smoking Smokefree EFT — Disclaimer – You are advised to consult with your medical practitioner before embarking on any course of alternative, complementary, or beauty therapy. Any medical-sounding terms are only used as per the layman’s usage in the English vocabulary and are not necessarily meant in a medical context. Our use of systems that are trademarked or have a registered trademark represents our views and not necessarily those of the trademark owners.