EFT is great for stress relief, even to overcome the fear of surgery. Tapping – on your own or with a skilled practitioner – can release the anxiety you have throughout the process.
When energy blocks from negative emotions are cleared with EFT, healing can really accelerate. Your body has an amazing capacity to heal itself. Without obstacles in the path, the natural ability has nothing to stop it or slow it down.
1. Use EFT to remove unwanted feelings from previous operations.
2. Write your concerns and frustrations. Include things like:
- not sleep the night before
- to get help for rides
- fill out all forms
- trust the facility and staff
- hard to find your veins
- roommates and food in the hospital
- pain and swelling after surgery
- need help at home
- restrictions on your activities
- physiotherapy in recovery
Be as thorough as you can with your list of concerns. Get help with it! The more negative feelings you can remove, the better.
This list will vary with what you have done, past experiences, etc. Let your GP or a friend help you identify your concerns.
3. Use EFT to eliminate these concerns.
Without the stress load, your body can function in wonderful ways. Negative emotions create energy blocks. And they also tighten your muscles. This restricts blood flow – prevents healing from taking place.
Removing these obstacles allows for optimal healing. My clients who have used these EFT methods before surgery report:
- stress-free check-in at your facility
- reduced pain after surgery
- reduced swelling
- fewer aftereffects from anesthesia
- recovery time that is shorter than usual
- rapid healing of the surgical wound
- astounded doctors and nurses – both at the hospital and at follow-up visits
- happier caregivers
Whether you have a small outpatient procedure or are facing open heart surgery, the basics are the same. Do yourself (and your loved ones) a tremendous advantage. Make your surgical experience the best it can be by using EFT in advance.
If you are not yet confident in your own ability with EFT, an experienced GP should help you.