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Beware if you have physical limitations and live alone
on 2 May 2013
Many others have reviewed the theory and content of this book but I thought it important to mention that the various procedures the author suggests can be difficult if not impossible if you have limited upper limb mobility. The meridian base tapping he suggests requires the ability to lift both arms up to your head. He doesn't say why his style of tapping is any better than the other styles, there is no evidence for his preference so if you do have difficulty raising one or both arms, you will need to research this area further and find another way (just google EFT and you will find many ways of using just one hand/arm). Similarly the brain balancing technique is impossible for me to do because of upper limb paralysis. You need 2 good arms to twist! I can't see a way around that one The kinesiology technique he selects requires a partner, you cannot do it alone. I would say you need quite an open minded partner, it is unlikely that your next door neighbour would be a comfortable option. The author could have proposed another kinesiology exercise that does not require a partner, but you will have to research that for yourself.
I was disappointed in this book because of its over simplicity and matey way of writing, but my inability to do the techniques was very frustrating!