EFT for endometriosis pain

EFT (emotional freedom technique) for endometriosis pain can be an effective natural method for finding pain relief.

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Eft for endometriosis Below is an exercise and script you can use when you are feeling pain when you want to use EFT. Feel free to print this page out and write your answers to the questions.

Watch the video above first then grab a pen and paper!

The first step is to identify what you want to tap on. Most of the time you will have deep pain in your lower belly but as endometriosis can show up anywhere you may have pain elsewhere. For today, choose the pain that is most prominent to you now and focus on that. The script below focuses on the lower belly and entire vaginal area. But feel free to change the script to focus where you want to. Make a note of what issue you are feeling right now:
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Take a deep breath, and feel that pain. Give it a number on a 0 to 10 scale of intensity, with 10 being unbearable pain, and 0 being no pain at all:
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Then begin-

SH: Even though I have this pain in my body, I deeply and completely love and accept myself. Even though I have this stressful pain in my body, I deeply and completely love and accept myself. Even though I’ve been dealing with this pain for so long, I choose to relax and accept myself now.

EB: This pain in my body,

SE: This pain,

UE: This pain from endometriosis, UN: This deep vaginal pain,

CH: This pain I feel in my uterus,

CB: I feel this pain,

UA: I acknowledge this pain,

TH: I wonder if I can let this pain go EB: This pain in my body,

SE: I listen to this pain,

UE: This pain in my body,

UN: This endo endometriosis pain, CH: All this pain,

CB: This pain in my body,

UA: Letting it go,

TH: Letting it all go. Take a deep breath, and relax.

Every round or two you want to do two things: you want to check back in on the number and see if there was a shift. And then you want to pay attention to what else came up, what other ideas, thoughts, impressions, memories. So at what level of intensity is your pain now? Was there a shift?
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And what, if anything, came up as you were tapping? Any thoughts, feelings, related or (apparently) unrelated to the pain you were tapping on? Make a note of that:
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Here’s another round of tapping you can do:

SH: Even though I’m feeling all this pain in my body, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.

Even though I’ve been holding onto this pain in my body, I’m not sure what it’s really about, But I choose to relax and allow it now. Even though I have all this pain in my body, I’m not sure what it’s trying to tell me exactly, What purpose it’s serving, Or what it’s all about, And I deeply and completely love and accept myself.

EB: This pain in my body

SE: I wonder what it’s all about,

UE: When did it start?

UN: What was I feeling then?

CH: What was going on then?

CB: This pain in my body,

UA: If there were an emotion in this pain, TH: What would it be?

EB: I wonder what I’m feeling in my body, SE: Or what I’m afraid to feel,

UE: This pain,

UN: This pain in my body,

CH: When did it start?

CB: What’s it all about?

UA: What are the messages behind this pain?

TH: I choose to allow those messages now,

EB: I choose to relax in my body,

SE: And pay attention to what I feel,

UE: It’s safe to relax in my body,

UN: It’s safe to feel these feelings,

CH: It’s safe to remember these memories,

CB: It’s safe to release this pain,

UA: This deep infiltrating pain,

TH: Letting it go.

Take a deep breath, and relax. The questions above are intended to unlock the emotions that might be hiding behind that pain. Did anything come up?
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Notice that we’re doing more global tapping, tapping on general issues, as it can be really helpful to do this generic tapping first to calm the body and the nervous system, to get a little more clarity, to feel safe in our bodies, to take the edge off a little bit. Then when we’re feeling more relaxed and calm we can start to ask some of those deeper questions. Now try answering these questions specifically: When did the pain start?
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What was going on in my life at that time?
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Did something specific happen?
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Who was I with at that time?
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Did anyone say or do something that made me really mad? What was I feeling at the time?
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Is the pain trying to tell me something? Is there a message I hadn’t seen before?
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It’s sort of a detective game. Your job is to figure out what emotions or pent up memories could be having an impact on you, and causing the pain. Here are some deeper questions: Who would you be without this pain? Does that scare you? ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— What’s the upside of holding onto this pain? Is the pain serving you, helping you in any way? (Maybe you don’t have to go to the job you hate, or visit your in-laws…)
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What’s the downside of holding onto this pain?
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As answers come up, use them as the words for your next round of tapping.

Techniques

You can also use one of a couple of ways to tap around a specific incident:
  1. Tell the Story: find a friend, or do it by yourself, and tell the story of what happened, how you were affected, how you felt, what other people said or did. You can say it out loud, or just quietly to yourself, and tap through the points as you’re telling the story.
  2. The Movie Technique: in this method you visualize the incident. You run the movie in your mind’s eye, and tap through the points as you are mentally reliving the incident.
Tap through the points at your own pace. Don’t worry about getting it perfect if you’re still learning the points. If you skip a point, that’s OK. Tune in and see what really sticks out about this story or this movie. Is there a part of it where it feels really strong? Is there a part where the look on someone’s face keeps flashing into your mind? What they said to you, what you heard, what you thought… Let the memories flow. Feel them all through your body. And as you recall this incident, tap through the points:
  1. Eyebrow,
  2. Side of the eye,
  3. Under the eye,
  4. Under the nose,
  5. Under the mouth,
  6. Collarbone,
  7. Under the arm,
  8. Top of the head.
Pay attention to how the memory perhaps shifts. You get other ideas, other impressions. Pay attention to your body. Pay attention to any tension in your stomach, or in your back. What other thoughts came up, that may be issues you can tap on? Are you angry with someone or something? Are you frustrated with something? Are you sad?
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Now tap on these new thoughts or feelings. Keep doing it until you feel a release, until you feel that it’s time to stop tapping for now. Ideally you want to reach a point where you can pull up this memory in your mind’s eye, and not feel that tension, anxiety or stress. Where it just becomes a memory without a charge. Then wherever you are, take a deep breath and let it go… IMPORTANT NOTE: If at any time you feel the emotion is too strong, that you are losing control, just back it up. Take ten steps back from the vision. Or walk away from it and reach out to a practitioner or a therapist who uses tapping and can help you deal with this.

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