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EFT for Sugar Cravings

Your sugar cravings may have an underlying emotional cause and the EFTeft for sugar cravings statements below may help you clear that core issue, therefore eliminating your sweet tooth all together!

Often, in my personal sessions with clients, I will find answers for them that will help others as well. A sweet tooth is a common problem among those trying to lose weight and in a recent session, I clairvoyantly observed the cause of the problem in one client.

In my work with this client, we were able to determine an emotional cause to her craving and therefore, come up with EFT statements to shift the situation.   Since others could have the same experience, I wanted to share the EFT statements that were devised to clear this issue in my client.

If you are not familiar with EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), that’s okay!  Simply read the following statements out loud while tapping on the side of one hand with 4 fingers of the other hand.  Although EFT usually employs additional tapping, I incorporate an angel request in the setup statement, which is even more powerful than tapping.  If you don’t believe in angels, go ahead and tap.

Here are the setup statements. If this is the cause of your craving, you should notice a shift in the way you feel about sugar.

Even though I crave sweetness in my life and turn to sugary food to satisfy that need, I deeply and completely accept myself.

Even though I crave the sweets that turn to fat and protect me from all that is not sweet, I deeply and completely accept myself and ask the angels to help me experience the sweetness of life in a healthy way.

Even though I’m turning to sweet, sugary food to experience sweetness, I deeply and completely love and accept myself and now choose to experience life as sweet.

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Wishing you all the best,

Sundi M. Bright