Andrew C, Birmingham

Andrew C, Birmingham

"I noticed some days after that my mind was thinking with a clarity i hadn't experienced in a long time, and I became more confident in social situations than in an even longer time." Click to Read More

Yuri T, Florida

"I am increasingly feeling more positive about people around me, and mainly myself. Now, I am nailing 30-40 negative beliefs a day. Some of these were hidden deeply inside me."

I had already read first 40 pages of EFT book and already knew the basics. Nevertheless, I did not make any practical use for this science. Then Magnus intro'd my group to the abridged, shorter version of EFT.

That's when things took a turn. OK, all you who know me, know that at first, I approached this idea with good portion of skepticism.

Nevertheless, now I am increasingly feeling more positive about people around me, and mainly myself. Now, I am nailing 30-40 negative beliefs a day. Some of these were hidden deeply inside me.

As the rule, everytime I think anything negative - I apply EFT immediately (its freaking people out!). It could be long line in the fast food restuarant and I would feel like ripping slow people's heads off - straight to EFT I go. It is funny to see that something that originally was dragging me down, turns into something so small and negligible that I cannot help but laugh at it. It helps me to live better happier life, which is good!

- Yuri T

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