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  1. One of the founding NLP Presuppositions is: So when someone says, "But, I've always done it that way!", they are committing themselves (and possibly others) to a fate that will continue to occur as there is no way to change the results if you won't change the procedure. How do you interpret this specific presupposition?
  2. If telekinesis is real, then there must be some well documented and witnessed examples. Who was the most famous telekinetic person?
  3. How do you know if you are a candidate for past life regression? For instance, do memories of events and people that you don't know indicate a possible past life? Would that be worth exploring?
  4. I'm having trouble locating my eight chakra. I was reading how it's considered to be a few inches above the top of the head. She described the process saying how you should feel a tingling in the palm when you locate it. However, maybe my positioning is off. I wish there was a chart to show the exact spot.
  5. This next month, I will be attending an EFT work shop that offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee for those who don't feel the treatment worked. I don't have any doubt that I will be satisfied with the results as I've heard many good things about this specific workshop. However, is it really possible to guarantee such amazing results for every person that has EFT at a workshop? Surely there will be some who walk away not feeling as if the treatment works? If so, how can the coach guarantee such a thing?
  6. What type of physical, emotional or psychological ailments or conditions can EFT be used to effectively treat? For instance, other than sadness, are there any specific conditions (with mind or body) that EFT would be right for?
  7. I was amazed to find out that many people go about their daily lives in a mild hypnosis, sometimes while driving or watching TV. The mind slips into it's own groove, allowing the body to perform routine actions that it already knows by heart. For some things like driving which require an alert mind, this can be dangerous, however for routine activities such as house cleaning, the mild hypnosis might allow you to free your body to perform work you don't like while letting the mind free roam. What are some other instances, where you might experience a mild hypnosis daily and not realize you a
  8. Once you learn proper EFT techniques from your coach or EFT mentor, can you use it on others? For instance, maybe you could instruct your child on the method to help with an issue they were facing.
  9. How can EFT be effective in a work environment such as when fine tuning your team? What type of negative emotions could EFT be used to combat that would otherwise act as a stumbling block to your team building efforts?
  10. Is it possible there would be some unresolved feelings even after EFT treatment? Would the negative feelings (anger/sadness, etc) be gone completely after treatment?
  11. Is EFT an effective way to help a child deal with anger, sadness or depression? Or, would you consider EFT a technique that is only effective for adults?
  12. What can you tell me about the history and development of EFT and how it came to be so popular and effective in dealing with negative emotions?
  13. When using EFT to release anger toward another person, such as an ex, which accupressure points are tapped? Is it the same for every person?
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