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Wording of Belief Blaster
« on: August 22, 2019, 12:11:07 PM »
Ive recently uncovered a core belief - or at least what appears to be a core belief - from childhood after using the click tracks. I want to use belief blasters and maybe even PQT to eliminate this belief but not sure of the wording as it is quite general. Basically as a child I developed OCD, over the years I haven’t noticed it as much but since click tracking I can see it clearly, basically if I see or hear anything related to any fears I have I “believe” somewhere deep in my subconscious that it will happen to me. When I was very young I now remember it starting with dirt and if I saw something dirty I felt ‘contaminated’, that passed by the time I was a teenager but now it seems it was underlying somewhere and has become more generalised. So as an example, one of my fears is going crazy, if I hear or read about someone losing their mind, my mind will jump and make me think it could happen to me as if I’m ‘contaminated’.

I cannot for the life of me think how to word the belief blaster to nail this problem. Any suggestions?




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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2019, 02:01:30 PM »
Hi Magsoltech,

Thanks for posting.

From reading your post, it seems like you may hold some beliefs like:

- "Something bad is going to happen"
- "I am responsible for everything that happens"

The latter belief would like create a sense of over-responsibility and self-blame.

We are all open to suggestion. The tendency to believe anything bad about yourself might lead to search for "evidence" and to self-diagnose.

There can be a superstitious element to certain beliefs. For example:

"If I have a bad thought, something bad will happen"

or more damning like

"If I think something bad, it means I am bad"

Also check in to see if the following beliefs resonate:

"I am contaminated"
"I am impure"
"I am messed up"
"I am going crazy"
"I am cursed"
"Everything bad about me must be true"
"There is something deeply wrong about me"

For any that resonate, put them into the past tense and blast them.

If none of those resonate, you can still CT the fear you are going crazy or that something bad is going to happen.

I hope that helps.

All the best,

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2019, 02:47:41 PM »
Thank you Paul, that does resonate especially the superstition part as my Mum is hyper superstitious and so was my grandmother.

Could I use: "When I had a bad thought, something bad would happen" or even “When I thought something bad it meant I was bad”

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2019, 04:54:08 AM »
Hi Magsoltech,

Thanks for your reply.

Yes, you could blast both of those.beliefs, as I am sure they would have created certain experiences for you.

For the first belief you cited, there might be something more causal like:

"I am bad"

Or

"Negative thoughts were dangerous/bad" (as not all thoughts deemed to be negative are inherently bad or dangerous)

Or

"I had to resist bad thoughts"

I have found that supersitious beliefs tend to get passed down from other generations, or just permeate cultures in subtle ways. They can sometimes take the form of rules (e.g. Sod's Law, Murphys Law or even the Law of Attraction).

Hope that is helpful.

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2019, 05:55:39 AM »
Further to Paul's recommendations -

You can blast the belief "I will go crazy" in past tense "I would have gone crazy"

Also look into

I will lose my mind
I'm not normal
There is something wrong with me
I can't control my thoughts/mind
My mind is out of control

You can back it up with PQT:

Thinking I was contaminated made no sense because I'm clean
I will be completely safe with everything from now on
There is absolutely nothing wrong with me because I'm completely normal
I will not lose my mind now because I'm completely sensible
I will not go crazy now because I'm completely sane
I will be in complete control of my thoughts from now on
I now realize it was silly to think I would go crazy
I now realize it was ridiculous to think I was losing it




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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #5 on: August 25, 2019, 06:09:47 AM »
Thank you both, I’ve run some of these through the belief blaster and I can definitely feel a difference. One thing that solid pop up while blasting that surprised me was the law of attraction which didn’t resonate when I read the words in Paul’s post but as something shifted I realised that is a significant part of it.

Would you have any suggestions on wording for that? Would “I believed negative thoughts would become true” work?

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2019, 03:57:33 PM »
Hi Magsoltech,

Thanks for your reply.

Yes, you could certainly blast that.belief - take out the "I believed" part of the phrase.

However, I sense you'll get more leverage by blasting more causal beliefs like:

- "Negative thoughts had to be avoided"

- "I was responsible for everything"

- "Being negative was bad"

- "I was out of control"

- "I had to be in control"

All these beliefs create certain experiences and eliminating the "absolutism" of a belief creates new possibilities.

Hope that is helpful.

Best Regards,

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #7 on: August 28, 2019, 01:38:24 AM »
Thank you Paul,

I’ve noticed something else using the belief blasters. I tried “I had to be in control” with the 18 minute track and it worked well but I wasn’t 100% sure I had cleared the belief so I went to run the 10 minute track and then hit resistance in the form of anxious thoughts overriding what I was concentrating on, is this my brain telling me to stop and I’d done enough or should I have pushed through?

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #8 on: August 29, 2019, 05:05:45 PM »
Well if anyone else finds themselves in the same position I was in, this is what I did. Initially the feelings were extreme so I backed off but the anxiety was present all day, so when I had a chance I used the long click track 2015 tracks and focused hard. There was no memory at first but I was able to focus on the sensation and the vaguest mental image my mind could give me related to sustain it - and it really was vague to the point of non existence- just a random image. Suddenly on the second click track the veil lifted and I was presented with the core issue and was able to clear a problem that was over 20 years old!

I’m still stunned by this but impressed at the same time. So in short, when possible forge ahead despite the resistance

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #9 on: August 30, 2019, 04:30:18 PM »
Hi Magsoltech,

Thanks for your reply and question.

I am very sorry I missed your question, as I only got to check the forum today.

I am glad you trusted your instincts and forged ahead, and that you got a brilliant result because of this. I would love to read more about this, if you are comfortable to share.

There is no standard answer to your original enquiry (just making that clear to other readers and forum users). Generally, you can push through and keep going, as this will allow the feelings to be felt fully and to clear. Alternatively, you can take a softer or slower approach, or use one of the Positive tracks to layer in the suggestion that it is safe to let go of the heavy emotions.

Thanks again.

Paul  :)
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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #10 on: August 30, 2019, 05:51:44 PM »
Hi Paul, I’m happy to share. I became very ill during my A levels - even though I was an anxious child due to family and environment - something broke at that time that affected my stomach, doctors thought it was glandular fever but tests proved inconclusive, I had suffered ever since. I started to believe about 5 years ago - related to other events - it was anxiety / blocked emotion related and my journey via EFT / Faster EFT and now PSTEC began. I have been under tremendous stress in work and it appeared to be “irrational” to my conscious mind why. The click tracks helped but it wasn’t really nailing the issue. It was persistent enough that I realised there must be a belief or beliefs underpinning it. Thus my initial query and you and Brian helped me pinpoint the right area. When I belief blasted the “I had to be in control” statement it worked but I felt I needed another round and this next attempt brought up an image and a feeling of blankness. The feeling was overwhelming so initially I stopped. By the night I knew I had to clicktrack or something as the feelings were almost overwhelming. When I click tracked and aimed and the image and blankness (and the feeling) I went through it and I had images of my time at A Level and the feeling of overwhelm and other related events, and it cleared. My stomach feels different now almost clear and the next day I felt back in control. Pretty amazing, literally blew my mind with the power of the click tracks!

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #11 on: September 05, 2019, 11:11:48 PM »
What would be a good “core” belief to deal with fear of confrontation? I had a run in with a neighbour today and she was very aggressive. I could feel a mix of anger but also deep fear which stopped me responding appropriately. Click tracking helped on the surface but I can feel something deeper holding it in place. I was bullied when younger and I also don’t like being told what to do and both of these factor in but I’m not certain how to word it. Do you have any advice?

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #12 on: September 08, 2019, 03:54:19 AM »
Hi Magsoltech,

Thanks for your reply, enquiry and apologies for my late reply.

I appreciate your patience.

Firstly, I am really sorry you had those experiences.

One good way (and there are others) to get in touch with a core belief (or a set of beliefs) is to ask the question:

"What would someone have to believe about himself/herself, about people and life to have that experience?"

Core beliefs tend to be worded in quite a simplistic way, as they are typically (e.g. almost exclusively) formed in early chlldhood.

From reading what you have written, I recommend you check in with the following beliefs to say if they resonate with you:

"I am not safe to be me"
"People are dangerous"
"I am a problem"
"People want to hurt me"
"I have to be in control"
"If I upset people, I will be badly hurt"

If any of these statements resonate with you, please put them into the past tense and run a BB on each of them until they no longer feel true.

These statements would represent experiences, so bring those experiences into the track and really, really try to believe them.

I appreciate you are au fait with the procedure, so I am just emphasising this for other forum users and readers.

Please also CT any memories you have of being bullied or manipulated. Go back as far as you can remember and try hard to feel the upset as you CT.

Please keep us updated, as we can make additional suggestions.

I hope that is helpful.

Best Regards,

Paul
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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #13 on: September 22, 2019, 10:17:44 PM »
Thank you for the advice Paul, I’ve had some further core beliefs arise relating to superstition, the occult and general fear of “bad luck” , definitely some control issues as part of this too. I was brought up in a strange environment where my mother was very superstitious and very into the supernatural and this seems to have lodged some long forgotten beliefs in me. Unfortunately I seem to be resisting uncovering them. Would you have further potential statements in this regard?

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Re: Wording of Belief Blaster
« Reply #14 on: September 24, 2019, 05:44:26 PM »
Hi Magsoltech,

Thanks for posting.

I think I would need to know a bit more about your mother's superstitions to have a better idea about how this played out for you...and what conclusions you likely made.

However, there are ways to uncover the beliefs/experiences behind your superstition. You could, for instance, run an Accelerator track while thinking about this...and seeing if any causal memories come to mind.

But really, you would be looking at indoctrination. At some point, you would have been influenced by your mother's beliefs.

Effectively, it could be "If I don't do ...., something bad will happen" or "I have to avoid..., or something bad will happen"

It could possibly be along the lines of "I have to do..., or I'll be cursed"

Think of the things you fear, rituals you have, superstitions you hold now (perhaps about the occult and luck)  and see if you can put them into the form of a belief.

Then blast those.

Hope this helps. I will be able to be more specific, however, if you are happy to share some of the experiences with the occult and what challenges these have presented for you.

Best Regards,

Paul  :)
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