Now that I am retired from my full-time career, I have time to play more golf. The other day, while playing with my husband and two other men, I had the opportunity to use EFT for an emergency.
Please note that there can be some awkward moments while playing golf and being the only female. So here is how the situation occurred.
We each had hit our drivers and landed in various spots. One of the men had landed off the fairway, in the desert. I was in the fairway at a distance from him. He found his golfball a few feet behind a large rock. He decided that he would be able to hit the ball over the rock and back into the fairway.
From my viewpoint, I saw him swing and then quickly grab his forehead. So I was concerned that the ball had ricocheted back and he had hit his head. However, this was not the case. Once the guys went over to see how he was, he informed them that the ball had actually ricocheted and hit him in his groin. At this point there was a combination of concern and humor among the men. He continued to play the hole, but it was obvious that he was in much pain.
While on the green, I was debating if I should tap with him, or would that make matters worse? So I took the chance. While the others were still putting, I faced him and simply told him to think about what happened and copy me. He followed me. We began at the eyebrow point and simply said "this pain". We followed down the face using the basic recipe.
When we got to the collarbone point, he had a strange look on his face. I translated that look as "where are we going with this tapping?" But he then said that the pain was almost gone. At the next hole his cart partner jumped out of the cart and said to me that he was told that it really worked! My comment was, "Of course!"
Monica Broadfoot Johnson
EFT International Certified EFT Practitioner
From the EFTfree Archives, which are now a part of EFT International .
Originally published on October 20, 2012.
Great article, Monica. Sometimes I forget just how simple it can be to get results. When you said, “of course” at the end, was that intended to be a pun for your golfing friend?