Optimal EFT Newbie gets impressive results with Diabetic Retinopathy

Hi Everyone,

Claire Gerry helped her friend, Myra, with a vision issue that was severe enough to require a cane to help her "see" when she walked.  Note how the vision improved and the cane became unnecessary.  As a newbie to this process, Gerry aimed Optimal EFT at Myra's symptoms.  Further improvements are possible, of course, when the process is aimed at the emotional/spiritual causes.  Please consult physicians on all medical issues.

e-hugs, Gary

Hi Gary,

I wrote last week to tell you I shared your Optimal EFT therapy with a member of my ACIM study group. Remember, I am not a trained therapist and my only exposure to Optimal EFT is through your website.  It was my second time attending this particular study group.

Myra has diabetic retinopathy and uses a walking cane because she cannot see her way. She was extremely interested in the technique so she and I decided that we would do the technique twice a day in the morning and evening. Myra rated her eyesight as a 3 in a scale of 1-10 with 10 being good. I did not see or talk to Myra all week.

This Monday night, when I asked Myra how she was doing, I expected to hear her say she was a 4. Myra thought about it and enthusiastically told me she was a 7. She told me that during the week, she had accidentally left her cane in someone's car. She didn't even realize it until she was home. She came to the ACIM study group without the cane and seemed perfectly comfortable with it. We are both continuing the process this week.

Regards, Gerry Claire