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Using EFT Tapping When You Fear a Cancer Diagnosis


By Dr. Kiya Immergluck

My client, “Molly,” discovered a lump in her left breast. Before she went to her doctor’s appointment for a biopsy, Molly worked with me over the phone about her intense fear of having cancer.

We tapped the Basic Setups:

Even though I’m terrified that I have cancer, I deeply and completely accept myself.

Even though I’m afraid that I’ll have to have a mastectomy, I deeply and completely accept myself.

Even though I’m scared that I’ll have to go through chemo and radiation, I deeply and completely accept myself.

Even though I’m afraid that my husband won’t love me anymore if I lose my breast, I deeply and completely accept myself.

Even though I’m so afraid that my little girl will have to grow up without a mother, I deeply and completely accept myself.

All of her fears were a number 10 on the SUD level of intensity scale of 0 to 10, and she was unable to sleep or think about anything except her worst-case scenario fantasies.

Using EFT tapping, we were able to get her fear SUD numbers down below 3 out of 10. Then we tapped using the Choices Method on issues associated with her doctor’s appointment the next day.

We tapped:

Even though I’m terrified that I have cancer, I choose to sleep peacefully through the night tonight.

Even though I’m afraid that I’ll have to have a mastectomy, I choose to be calm when I go to the doctor.

Even though I’m scared that I’ll have to go through chemo and radiation, I choose to be optimistic.

Even though I’m afraid that my husband won’t love me anymore if I lose my breast, I choose to pray.

Even though I’m so afraid that my little girl will have to grow up without a mother, I choose to hear good news.

Even though I’m terrified that I have cancer, I choose to have a benign tumor.

Even though I’m terrified that I have cancer, I choose to be free.

Even though I’m terrified that I have cancer, I choose to be happy.

Even though I’m terrified that I have cancer, I choose to be healthy.

Even though I’m terrified that I have cancer, I choose peace.

By the end of our phone session, Molly was laughing and joking and ready to go to sleep. We tested our work by having Molly describe her worst fears about seeing the doctor. She tried to get upset and couldn’t.

The next evening, I got a wonderful phone call from Molly. “I have great news!” she said, “I tapped before I went to bed and slept through the night. When I got up, I checked my breast and I could have sworn that the lump was much smaller! When the doctor did a needle biopsy, he was able to tell me almost immediately that the lump was benign!”

Molly believes that EFT “cured” her cancer. I wouldn’t say that. What I do believe is that the worst kind of cancer is fear, and that EFT definitely cured Molly of her debilitating cancer fears.