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    bpcookie posted:
    This can be used for almost anything. Anxiety, pain, sadness, fear, etc. Ive used tappings before when I was in horrible pain and for anxiety, but sometimes I forget to use it. This really does work.

    Here is a web. site you can go to where they demonstrate how to do the steps.

    http://tappingemotionalfreedom.com/learn-eft/

    Once I had pancreatic, the pain was terrible. On a scale from 1-10 it was an 8. My husband reminded me of pressure point tapping, I started doing this and with in about 15 mins. my pain lvl went to about a 5.
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