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The Magic of Personal Choice in EFT

The Magic of Personal Choice in EFT

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The Magic of Personal Choice in EFT
An Introduction to the
EFT Choices Method
Patricia Carrington, Ph.D.
"I choose to be calm and confident."
(EFT Choices Default phrase)
In order to understand this e-book you must
already know EFT.
If you haven't yet learned it, there are many excellent ways to do this
which are described in the final chapter of this book.
When you are ready to begin reading, you may discover that as yet
you have only experienced the tip of the iceberg with respect to your
EFT practice.
There is more here than meets the eye...
In the years to come, there will be still newer ways of using EFT.
2Table Of Contents
Chapter 1. Meet The EFT Choices Method
Chapter 2. The Six Rules of EFT Choices

1. Be Specific
2. CreatePulling Choices
3. Go For The Best Possible Outcome
4. State Your Choices In The Positive

5. Make Choices That Apply ToYo u
6. Make Choices That Are Easy To Pronounce
Chapter 3. The "Choices Trio"
Chapter 4. Mastering the EFT Choices Method
3Chapter 1
Meet The EFT Choices Method

In this book you are going to learn how to customize EFT so that you can
use it for your own personal issues in a much more targeted way than was
previously possible. This is done by using a method known as "EFT Choices"

Before you start reading about this new approach to EFT, you need to
know that:

The EFT Choices Method is somewhat different from the method you
may have learned from Gary Craig's manual or CDs, or from my
"Introduction to EFT" CDs it extends their approach.

The difference is that when using the "EFT Choices Method" you only
occasionally use the standard EFT phrase, "I deeply and completely accept
myself". You use it only when it seems particularly appropriate and then it can be
extremely effective.

The next thing you need to know is that, just as standard EFT gives you
an all-purpose default phrase that you can use under any circumstances, the
EFT Choices Method also has an all-purpose positive phrase. This phrase is:

"I choose to be calm and confident."
As soon as you have begun using, "I choose to be calm and confident" by
placing it at the end of your EFT set-up phrases, you have already begun to use
the EFT Choices Method.
But -- why use the word "Choice" for this purpose?
.You may have realized that the EFT self-acceptance phrase "I deeply and

completely accept myself" is what is known as anaffirma tion. Affirmations are
statements we say out loud or repeat in our minds (or sometimes write down)
that express positive states that we would like to experience, or conditions that
we would like to see in our lives.

For example, an overweight person might repeat an affirmation such as:
4"I am slim and beautiful",
"I weigh (a desired number) of pounds."
The traditional type of affirmation is a statement which is clearlycontrary
to fact, said as though it were true.

These traditional affirmations have been used down through the ages to
help people change their attitudes. One of the most famous ones was created in
the 19th century to improve people's health. It went as follows,

"Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better."

At the time this affirmation was popular, thousands of people used it daily,
and many of them reported feeling much better because of this. A number of
them even reported some remarkable improvements in physical conditions that
had plagued them for years, after they started using this simple affirmation.

However, there is a problem with the traditional kind of affirmation that I
have just described -- it goes contrary to fact and denies a reality that some
part of us knows to be true.
This is why, for many people, traditional affirmations
often do not work well, or may not work at all.
What happens is that a statement that is contrary to what we know to be
true can create a persistent voice in the back of our minds that whispers to us,
"Oh yeah? What makes you think THAT?"

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