Turbo Tapping: How to Get Rid of Your Soda Addiction

I've certainly devoted plenty of attention and pages to the dangers of consuming soft drinks. Considering one can of soda has about 10 teaspoons of sugar, 150 calories, 30-55 mg of caffeine, and is loaded with artificial food colors and sulphites, I can't think of any good reason to drink one. And that doesn't begin to take into account diet soft drinks laced with harmful artificial sweeteners like aspartame and Splenda.

So how do you get rid of this addiction to sweet soft drinks? I've found patients have great success integrating healthier habits by learning the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), the energy psychology tool I use daily in my practice. Today, I stumbled onto a modification of EFT used by a practitioner on Gary Craig's Web site that I believe could be especially helpful for people learning to wean themselves away from the soft stuff.

The technique involves Turbo Tapping, a variation that allows you to resolve emotional aspects of an addictive problem in a short period of time. First, the practitioner, who told the patient to bring a bottle of soda to the meeting, asked her to take a drink. After that, the bottle was hidden and the patients was asked to describe why, how, when and where she liked to have a soft drink.

Then, using EFT along with a finely tuned sense of intuition, the practitioner was rapidly able to guide the patient, based on directed tapping and confronting her fears verbally, to a place so she could overcome her addictions to sweet drinks in one session.

Before you can overcome your addictions, you must learn how to use it. If you're struggling with such issues, I urge you to review my free EFT manual to learn how to use this completely non-invasive and safe technique in your home.

If you need more guidance in learning this technique, I recommend reviewing a list of guidelines and practitioners compiled by Dr. Patricia Carrington.

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