Tapping for Alcoholism, Anxiety and Allergies

Tapping for Alcoholism
Alcoholism is complicated. In this teaching, we address tapping for alcoholism, anxiety, and allergies. This is the final short video of a three-part series on alcoholism with EFT master practitioner and instructor Deborah Lindsey.   Here she discusses how the addiction often arises to manage anxiety but that the choice of alcohol as a solution to that anxiety may be caused by a food allergy!
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Transcript: Tapping for Alcoholism, Anxiety, and Allergies

Hey, guys, it’s Deborah Lindsey, and I’m here to give you some more practitioner’s tips. The goal here is to help all of you practitioners out there to get really, really good at what you do. So I want to talk a little bit more about alcoholism. So I’ve got a couple of tips on there already about vitamin B, I’ve got a little bit of a tip on there about some of the ancestral stuff. But these people also have other allergies going on that are really affecting their capacity to stop drinking alcohol.

I’m going to ask the question, why alcohol? Why not something else? I mean, clearly what we’re talking about with it is anxiety, but there’s a reason why they’re choosing this particular addiction as compared to something else. And often it has to do with the management of this anxiety. And when the body is having particular responses, then the alcohol provides a solution for that. So what you will find is these people are often allergic to sugar and the they’re not the body’s not utilizing sugar correctly.

And so when they’re drinking alcohol, they they’re getting tons and tons of sugar with that. And it really gives their body, this energy source, that it needs to feel calm so you can tap on, even though my body doesn’t metabolize and absorb sugar or even though my body doesn’t utilize sugar correctly or even though my body is allergic to sugar. And and you might find some some great some great changes with that. Now, you also usually have a problem with whatever the the main component is and the alcohol that they choose.

So like, if they’re drinking beer, maybe it’s a hops addiction, maybe it’s a maybe it’s a maybe it’s barley or whatever is in the beer. So you can tap on that. Even though I am allergic to barley, even though my body reacts strongly to barley, I love except to forgive myself. If it’s whiskey, I guess that’s corn. So those are some directions that you can try to see if it helps calm them down. Remember all of of alcohol addiction, all of addictions in general is about the management of anxiety.

So what we’re really trying to do is calm down the underlying anxieties. Right. So you’ve got all the emotional issues. Can’t can’t deny any of that. But we also can deal with some of these physical issues to help calm that down. So I hope that helps. If you’re someone who’s looking to further your training and certification, check out my online training and Online EFT Certification training at

Hey, guys, it’s Deborah Lindsey, and I’m here to give you some more practitioner’s tips. The goal here is to help all of you practitioners out there to get really, really good at what you do. So I want to talk a little bit more about alcoholism. So I’ve got a couple of tips on there already about vitamin B, I’ve got a little bit of a tip on there about some of the ancestral stuff. But these people also have other allergies going on that are really affecting their capacity to stop drinking alcohol.

I’m going to ask the question, why alcohol? Why not something else? I mean, clearly what we’re talking about with it is anxiety, but there’s a reason why they’re choosing this particular addiction as compared to something else. And often it has to do with the management of this anxiety. And when the body is having particular responses, then the alcohol provides a solution for that. So what you will find is these people are often allergic to sugar and the they’re not the body’s not utilizing sugar correctly.

And so when they’re drinking alcohol, they they’re getting tons and tons of sugar with that. And it really gives their body, this energy source, that it needs to feel calm so you can tap on, even though my body doesn’t metabolize and absorb sugar or even though my body doesn’t utilize sugar correctly or even though my body is allergic to sugar. And and you might find some some great some great changes with that. Now, you also usually have a problem with whatever the the main component is and the alcohol that they choose.

So like, if they’re drinking beer, maybe it’s a hops addiction, maybe it’s a maybe it’s a maybe it’s barley or whatever is in the beer. So you can tap on that. Even though I am allergic to barley, even though my body reacts strongly to barley, I love except to forgive myself. If it’s whiskey, I guess that’s corn. So those are some directions that you can try to see if it helps calm them down. Remember all of of alcohol addiction, all of addictions in general is about the management of anxiety.

So what we’re really trying to do is calm down the underlying anxieties. Right. So you’ve got all the emotional issues. Can’t can’t deny any of that. But we also can deal with some of these physical issues to help calm that down. So I hope that helps. If you’re someone who’s looking to further your training and certification, check out my online training and online EFT Certification with Deborah Lindsey at www.onlineEFTcertification.com. And together we’re going to go out there and create some great gift practitioners, make the world a whole lot healthier, right by guys.

 

.  And together we’re going to go out there and create some great gift practitioners, make the world a whole lot healthier, right by guys.

 

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10 thoughts on “Tapping for Alcoholism, Anxiety and Allergies”

  1. Angela Connolly

    Great video. Thankyoi for adding more depth to our understanding.
    I wonder if you would cover Candida. I’ve had thrush for 9 weeks,cut out sugar,alcohol,coffee and yeast with no shift.
    I wonder if you could give some core pattern insights on it as I’m a bit stuck xxc

    1. Deborah Lindsey

      Boy I wish I had an answer for you Angela but I honestly don’t have any great insights on this. I would approach it physically like you are with a great probiotic and then remove the sugar.

      The best I could say is to look at what is going on in your life right now…besides the thrush is there something that has been stressing you out for the last nine weeks or before that? Is anything coming to the surface in your life right now that needs to be looked at? What emotions are coming to the surface? I hope that helps.

  2. Great tip. Drinking for hiding allergies…
    I thank you, and tell to myself: sure it totally makes sense.
    Let’s keep eye (heart) fully open to follow this path in the client’soul
    Then continuing on removing onion peels.

    Virginie
    PS: You look beautiful

  3. Mary Jane Bartels

    Hi Deb, when I muscle test myself to see if I am allergic to suger I get s yes. I took your online EFT course and I always have a hard time finding the right words to clear an issue; especially for sugar. Can you give me. some ideas? I would be veey graceful. How much do you charge your former students for asession?

    1. Deborah Lindsey

      Sugar is often related to finding the sweetness in life. Yes it is addictive but like most addictions it is about lonliness and isolation or about fear or about not feeling like your life is interesting or exciting…things along that line, more than it is the substance itself.

      As for sessions, I would recommend that you take advantage of your unlimited tapping partners in the IMU EFT group on Facebook. I’m not really taking on clients right now but you’ll find great practitioners in the group who can help you, and as a graduate that doesn’t cost you anything!

  4. Sarah St Amour

    This is really interesting to me because my mother was an alcoholic. Growing up, I felt that sugar, especially from junk foods,would give me the same “high” as my mother got from drinking. I love the insight on the issue of anxiety with alcoholism. Anxiety as a whole is what I’d love to focus my EFT Practice on.

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