The Daisy Chain Opportunity

Frequently, EFT produces results so quickly and efficiently that the individual moves from issue to issue to issue, clearing each one. We call this pattern "the daisy chain." The resolution of a problem seems to call to mind another problem, offering the individual a rapid healing transit through a long chain of problems.

For example, a man might start with a spider phobia and, after tapping away the problem, he recalls his fear of heights. After tapping on that, he continues to daisy chain, moving quickly to fresh issues such as a car accident, criticism from a boss at work, and rejection by a lover.

This is a chance for dramatic healing to occur because multiple problems can be resolved in the space of one session. If you find yourself on a roll, keep tapping!

The daisy-chain effect is obviously in play when the client shares with you the new issues as they arise. The client may not know to tell you, however, so the healing opportunity is overlooked. This can be avoided by instructing your client to tell you if other problems come to mind. Alternatively, asking a simple question can trigger the memory of additional issues in your client. When you have finished one issue, the simple question to ask is:

"What does that remind you of?"

By light probing in this way, you can set the daisy chain into motion. Ask the question again after the resolution of each issue. In some cases, you and your client will witness a long list of healing "miracles" in just one session.

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