Scattered amidst all the rave reviews of how EFT has profoundly transformed people’s lives are a smattering of reports that sound something like, “well I tried EFT and it didn’t work for me.” Of course that can be true as no single approach can be the answer for everyone. However, there are many reasons that EFT can appear to offer limited or slow results when tapping on one’s own or even with a practitioner. In this episode we explore the most important reasons (and strategies to overcome them) why EFT may not appear to be working well enough or fast enough. Understanding these elements can offer you critical responses that can turn a skeptic into a believer.


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