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DIY brain retraining: Kath’s recovery story

Kath recently shared her do-it-yourself (DIY) recovery story on the now defunct Dtox Radio Community. She explains how her chemical sensitivity first developed: “The initial exposure I experienced was during a routine childhood tonsillectomy. My mind stored that event as a traumatic, ether-laced memory. This memory surfaced 21 years later during a stress filled stay in hospital. Upon leaving the hospital I couldn’t explain why I suddenly had ‘allergies’ to food dyes and chemical odours; the only thing I knew for certain was that my life was now dramatically different.”

Like many, she was intrigued by the Gupta Amygdala Retraining™ Program and Annie Hopper’s Dynamic Neural Retraining System™ (DNRS™), both being used to help rewire neural pathways for those with chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue syndrome, and other limbic system impairment disorders. While waiting for Hopper’s DNRS DVD Kit to be produced (now available at, she started exploring brain retraining approaches on the Internet. She noticed that many doing brain retraining programs for chemical sensitivity were also incorporating the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). She found a huge library of free resources online and delved in, fully committed to her own healing.

Kath was able to devise a comprehensive routine for herself that resulted in significant improvements after just a few months. In her account, she says:

To all extents and purposes it appears, while not 100% better, I now have the freedom to go wherever I want, whenever I want, without always worrying about what’s going to happen to me.”

She shares her approach, along with links to all the resources she used, in Getting My Life Back Using EFT, just published today on, providing a roadmap for other self-motivated brain retrainers to create their own customized EFT program.

Thank you Kath, for taking the time to share your success story in such a detailed manner. To read the full story, click here.

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