EFT Tapping Side Effects : Driving

EFT tapping side effects: A Main Street image

Learning to Drive Before EFT

If you've ever been in the car with me, you'll know I have spacial awareness issues - it goes with the dyspraxic territory. As a result, well, I always had trouble parking the car - we call it "reverse parallel parking" in the UK. Trouble is, in order to pass the driving test in the UK, reverse parallel parking is one of the things you have to be able to do.

Eventually, I got to the stage I could do it - barely! Once only. Enough to pass the test, just.

So on the way to the test, my instructor was all "you should practice parking". And I replied "Actually, I can only do it once, so I'd rather save that once for the test!" Passed (that time!) by the way πŸ™‚

Until 2010, I was still able to park the car properly once only per day!

Kinda inconvenient, but, you know, we work around these things.

Parking - After EFT

For the last two years, however, I've been able to park the car brilliantly without even thinking about it!

Really. It just changed "overnight"!

You want to know why things changed?

It's a weird one. The 2010 EFT World Summit changed my life - well parking the car, anyway πŸ™‚

I just went out in the car and parked it without even thinking about it. In fact, I didn't even notice until I'd done it a few times.

No sweatiness, no anxiety, no frustration. Just did it. Wow! That was huge for me.

And the best thing?

It was a side product of the whole tapping for 10 days thing.

I'd got so used to not being able to park properly that I didn't even think about addressing that during the summit.

The 4th annual EFT World Summit has just opened for registration.

Click here to register. It's a free event. And maybe, like me, you'll have the kind of breakthrough you never even thought about!

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