Bianca's COPD symptoms vanish while watching an Optimal EFT Webinar

Hi Everyone,

I've had many reports of healings that have occurred while watching our Weblnars, even the recorded ones.  Bianca von Heiroth, from France, gives a detailed description of her experience.  She says, "The next morning, I didn't feel that I needed to take my medication for my lungs..and so I didn't. Years and years ago I was diagnosed with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and I have had to take a "puff" of the medicine, sometimes two, every single day. Now, a week and two days later, I still feel fine. In fact, I feel much better than before. And I even tend to forget that there was once this necessary routine for my lungs.."

e-hugs, Gary


Dear Gary,

On your Webinar #19, December the 20th 2015 you offered me, and probably to all, a strong feeling of communion - you know, the"we are all one" feeling!

The next morning, I didn't feel that I needed to take my medication for my lungs..and so I didn't. Years and years ago I was diagnosed with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and I have had to take a "puff" of the medicine, sometimes two, every single day. Now, aweek and a two days later, I still feel fine. In fact, I feel much better than before. And I even tend to forget that there was once this necessary routine for my lungs...

So this is what happened: after the first half hour or so of the webinar I noticed that I got the usual "Optimal EFT feeling" which is a pulsation around the heart area that spreads more or less across the chest. This time it settled down on the whole chest area, and stayed put there. It was also warm. So I thought to myself : what if I think about my lungs, for which there is no cure (I have been told)? So I thought about my lungs... off and on, while I listened to you and the others on the webinar.

That was all I did.  It wasn't until the next morning that I gave my lungs a thought again.

It seems so simple. But how can all these doctors and specialists be so wrong? The next check is scheduled in May, 2016, but I will ask my lung specialist if he is willing to advance the appointment to an earlier date. In the meantime, my doctor friend (whom you "met" in a webinar in French) says that if I feel better, interrupting the medication is not an issue.

The problem might appear again, perhaps in connection with a bronchitis, but asCorinne, the medical doctor I mentioned, says, "The fact that you have been free of medication this long, is remarkable in itself."

My lungs feel free and I don't mind taking deep breaths any more. Awesome.

Love,

Bianca