Thanks to Linda Carr for providing us with this useful example of Optimal EFT in action. She says, "When our session was over, the pain was down to a 1, no urgency had presented, no "leakage" had occurred and she was undecided about visiting Urgent Care at that point."
I had a session with a client recently who was experiencing a level 10 urinary tract infection. The day before the session she said she "wet her pants" (don't know the best way to say that) twice, once when she was standing in a room with family, and once with the bully you will hear about shortly. That was the 10 and she absolutely could nor prevent it. She had feelings of urgency at an 8, intermittently, pain at a 6-7 when urinating and an inability to empty the bladder even she needed to when she went to the toilet. When we met that morning she said she was going to Urgent Care for treatment following our session.
Through dialog it was concluded that what had triggered this physical response was a visiting family member she disliked and considered a bully. This man is the husband of her husband's sister. My client grew up being bullied often and badly by an aunt. As we talked through some of this, her pain was increasing and there was pressure, 2-4, but no other symptoms presented during the session.
We did 2 rounds of Optimal EFT with the Unseen Therapist on the physical symptoms. We did 2 more rounds on a specific event she experienced with her aunt at age 9. In this event she felt humiliated, unloved and angry. Emotions presented when she was with this family member (her husband's sister's husband) were anger, feeling disregarded and powerless. When our session was over, the pain was down to a 1, no urgency had presented, no "leakage" had occurred and she was undecided about visiting Urgent Care at that point.
She felt peaceful emotionally.
Five days later she checked in with me. She did not go to Urgent Care following our session. Over the 5 days she had experienced only subtle, 1 or less, sensations in her urinary tract. There was 1 or less slight leakage on 1 or 2 days. No urgency occurred and her bladder was emptying fully when visiting the toilet.
All symptoms were gone a day or so later.