Tapping for alcoholism is very complicated. For instance, did you know that Vitamin B plays a huge role in the lives of those struggling with alcoholism? In this short video, Deborah talks about how tapping can help to balance levels of Vitamin B in the body to help those struggling with alcohol addiction to overcome their most difficult challenges.
Hey, guys, it’s Deborah Lindsey, and I want to give you some more practitioner’s tips on how to really take your practice to the next level. So the thing I want to talk about today is alcoholism. So when you’re dealing with alcoholics, boy, this is a complicated topic. There is a lot going on there. But I’ll give you a little tip that will really speed things up a bit. Here’s the thing about alcoholics. You have an allergy going on.
Did you know that alcoholics are almost always having a reaction to or a resistance to the metabolization of vitamin B and vitamin B helps them to manage their stress because it’s a stress management vitamin? So if the body is deficient in vitamin B, they always feel more stressed. So you can suggest that they take a sublingual vitamin B, you know, based on what your legalities are of what you can or cannot suggest. But you can also tap with them on the vitamin B resistance.
So even though my body does not metabolize or absorb vitamin B, I deeply and completely love and accept myself and I instruct the body to now efficiently and effectively metabolize vitamin B, you’ll be amazed at how calm they get once the body is utilizing vitamin B. Again, these are complicated topics and you might have to tap on that four or five, 10 times before they really hold on it. But once they start metabolizing vitamin B, they calm down and then once the anxiety is lessened, then the need for alcohol goes down to see if that helps.
So if you’re not a practitioner but you’re thinking about becoming one, check out my online certification training and online EFT certification dot com. I’m Deborah Lindsay. And, you know, together we’re going to make all these people better, OK, bye practitioners.