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Re: Spider phobia
« Reply #15 on: June 01, 2018, 07:01:41 PM »
Hi Jesse,

That's a pleasure.

Here are links to the product pages for Click Track 2015, Belief Blasters and PSTEC Quantum Turbo:

http://bit.ly/ct2015desc

http://bit.ly/ppbeliefblastdesc

http://bit.ly/ppquantumturbodesc

Once you are on any of these pages, you can click into the other product pages via the menu at the top of the page.

The description pages are useful, as you will often get an introductory webinar/interview for the corresponding product on them.

Best Regards,

Paul  :D

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Re: Spider phobia
« Reply #16 on: June 11, 2018, 10:42:21 PM »
Hi Paul,

I wanted to thank you for the links. I apologize for not responding sooner, I actually hadn't realized that you responded. I was actually checking the page frequently for your response,  I didn't realize that your response was put on a second page.

Anyway, thank you I will have a look.

Jesse


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Re: Spider phobia
« Reply #17 on: June 11, 2018, 10:55:32 PM »
Hi Paul,

Here is my log Day 11-20 doing PSTECH with tarantula photos.  I went from fear score of 10 to 2. I included a log because I think it would be really helpful for people to see that doing this in a methodical way you can really see the progress. One thing that was fantastic was watching the fear response in my body in the first few days go from 10 to 3 in about 10 seconds. Its like you just pass through the fear and it just dissolves. I think I am still at a 2 because I keep adding more photos I haven’t seen. Soon I will get it to the point where any random photo gets a 0 reaction.

Day 11 tested memories imagined fears started at 0 end 0 (I did this just to make sure I was at 0 before starting photos)

Day 12 photo #1 looked at photos started 10 after 3

Day 13 day 2 photos. Photo #2 started 10 after 3

Day 14 AM photo #3 started 10 after 3 or 2. Felt like doing it again in PM photo #3 started 10 after 2

Day 15 AM photo #4 started 5 after 2.

Day 16 AM photo #5 started 8 after 2. PM photo # 5 started 5 after 2

Day 17 photo #6 started 4 after 2.

Day 18 photo #7 started 3 after 2.

Day 19 AM photos several  started 3 or 2, after 2. PM started 2 after 2

Day 20 AM photos several started 1. All the prior download photos I had weren’t getting much reaction so I went to photos on the internet. I was swiping through random photos all at 1 when suddenly a scary close up got a 7 reaction, after 3.
PM started 2 after 2.

Thank you again! :)

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Re: Spider phobia
« Reply #18 on: June 12, 2018, 06:18:37 PM »
Hi Jesse,

Thank you very much for your update.

The details will be very useful for many visitors.

I really appreciate you taking the time to share this.

Paul  :D
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Re: Spider phobia
« Reply #19 on: June 23, 2018, 02:57:42 PM »
Hi Paul,

And hello to anyone who has a spider phobia, or any phobia for that matter.

I am progressing steadily, here is my update:  I went from looking at about 20 photos of Tarantulas to hundreds of random photos of tarantulas of every kind. Next I moved on to video. Today I watched a video. I am at 1 after just 4 days of clicking tracking video. This system is simply incredible!  If you are interested you can read further to see that just doing this 1 or 2 times a day is incredibly effective. I am writing all this because I am a living testimonial. No one has asked me to write this. I am going to buy the other click tracks now.

PHOTOS cont.

Day 21 AM multiple photos before 1 during 2 after 1
Day 22 AM multiple photos before 1 during 2 after 1 PM multiple photos before 1 during 2 after 1
Day 23
1. Hundreds of google photos, start 1 after .5.
2. Hundreds of google photos, start 1 after .5.  Touching screen, had feeling of wanting to give the tarantula a hug, and also send it love.
3. Rght after second session curious about where their eyes are so look at close-ups of their multiple eyes. Started at 1-2, ended at 1- .5

Time for video! :)


VIDEO

Day 24  YouTube videos of Tarantula close ups before 8 after 3-4
It was interesting to start at 8 rather than 10. Also to see the fear just go from 8 to 3 after a minute.

Day 25  Multiple Tarantula's video :o : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYv3b7pHdJM
This is a great clip! This goes through many different types of tarantulas being watered and fed cockroaches, and snapping at the owner, and crawling around. I decided to work with this one because it is very close up, with variety. It's as long as the click track. (I never would have been able to look at this for more than a second before.) Started 5 , after 3.

Day 26  Same video Start 4-5, after 1-2

Day 27 Same video  Start 3 end 1 Sometimes during the video the fear would increase and I just love letting the fear in and trying to make it even scarier-- and it just dissolves. It’s amazing.

Thank you again!  :)

Jesse


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Re: Spider phobia
« Reply #20 on: June 23, 2018, 04:48:14 PM »
Jesse that is awesome. If you pick up the 2015 clicktracks just fire up the long 2015 track and go through all of those while you are tapping. You will be blown away!
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Re: Spider phobia
« Reply #21 on: June 24, 2018, 08:23:07 PM »
Hi Brian,

Thank you for the suggestion. Day 28, I bought and switched over to PSTEC 2015 Long track 1 (29 min).  I was planning on doing video, but once I played the track I had the instinct to test eyes closed memories and imagined fears. I started at 0 and ended at 0. During the track I tried as hard as I could to get a reaction by coming up with all different kinds of imagined fears as the memories were all 0. It's almost as if the original phobia thoughts were completely empty of meaning. I tried to create new imagined scenarios of tarantulas but could only get a 1 reaction.  The track was excellent!

The free click tracks were excellent too, but in one use I can see and feel it is much more comprehensive. It is fantastic that you offer the free tracks to allow people to get a sample of the effectiveness of the program. People can quickly see for themselves first hand proof. 

I will switch back to video tomorrow.  :)

Jesse

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Re: Spider phobia
« Reply #22 on: Today at 05:19:27 AM »
Hi Jesse,

Thanks so much for your updates, which are very detailed and well-written.

I appreciate you sharing these, as I know that many people who read the forum do not post. Posts like yours further demonstrate what is possible with PSTEC (coupled with personal dedication, where appropriate!)

It would appear you have totally resolved the phobia, and you will be the best judge of that.

You may wish to make an "inventory" of everything else that bothers you - upset, historical traumas, grief, anger etc.

Then you can systematically resolve those too.

These are definitely tools "for life" - not necessarily that someone has to use them for the rest of their lifetime, but that they can resolve a lifetime of unwanted emotions, clear all traumas and enable you to extinguish any unwanted "emotional fires" that may spring up.

I look forward to reading more from you, Jesse.

Thanks very much for your graciousness and your dedication.

Paul  :)
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