One of the subtle, but spectacular, results that can come from Optimal EFT is the deep, spiritual re-framing of our emotional issues. Judith Stewart experienced this during her participation in our Webinar #23 where we worked with Vivienne and her romantic betrayal issue. As you will see, Optimal EFT allowed her to see the entire scenario as an amusing computer game. She says, "...and now when I think of my ex-partner I just see the being behind the person - his Higher Self I guess"
When we were working on Vivienne's betrayal, my memory was of me sitting at my partner's computer (now ex-partner) and discovering the evidence to back up my suspicion that he was having an affair with someone else.
At the time it happened I had experienced that awful "thud" feeling that Vivienne described. I had used EFT and NLP and the scene had no emotion left but what happened with the Optimal EFT is that I had a re-frame along the lines of "All the world's a stage and all the men and women merely players" only I saw this scene and life in general as a computer game with none of it being real and the other characters being just those we needed to interact with in that play.
For some reason I found this quite amusing at the time. The feeling of being in a play or computer game has remained and now when I think of my ex-partner I just see the being behind the person - his Higher Self I guess, I find myself smiling and all the pain from all my time with him, not just from that particular incident has gone. Ram Dass has some lovely expressions for this - he says that life is not real, it's only relatively real and that the people we meet have come in from central casting.