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Belief Blasters / Beliefs about men/women
« on: June 24, 2019, 05:48:24 PM »
the first role models we had about men and women were mom and dad.

so, it is reasonable that we construe two different maps of the world based on who we are interacting with.

i relate to women different to men.

for example,

my dad never gave me approval or supported me during childhood because he was and still is emotionally numb. the same way his father was to him.

my mom was over protective and very anxious, this led me to try to fix her and made me afraid to her anger and verbal abuse.

so, i grew up searching for the approval of men and being afraid to women.

i think it is very different to work on "beliefs about others" than working specifically on beliefs about men and women. because the last two don't fit in the category of people as general but people as groups that construe our maps of the world and relationships.

maybe i am not afraid of men and i am looking for the approval of them, which makes me to hunt women to get men's approval.

or i am not looking for the approval of women but i am afraid of them, which makes me harder to get the approval of men by getting women.

both work on different structures and both are synergetic but are not the same.

Belief Blasters / Re: Metapsychological Beliefs
« on: June 15, 2019, 05:22:29 PM »
thank you guys. that is really helpful.

Belief Blasters / Metapsychological Beliefs
« on: June 12, 2019, 05:07:42 PM »
if we follow Freud's notion of dynamic unconscious we suffer mainly because we value pleasure over pain (who wouldn't).

So, I thought that maybe if we erase some beliefs about pleasure and pain we could achieve more spiritual freedom from ID and superego.

My problem is that I don't know how to locate these beliefs about pleasure and pain because those are unconscious.

I would like to erase any belief that goes against not wanting to feel pain.

For example

"I couldn't have handled pain"

Thanks a lot for your answer Paul, sorry for the late reply.

I agree, there seem to be certain "Belief-Laws" behind a set of beliefs about the world.

The same way logic works (we have a set of axiomatic presupositions or laws and we create deductions and hypotesis from those presupositions)

The hypotesis or deductions seem to fit the "shallow belief" standard

Meanwhile the Laws fit the "Deep belief" standard.

How do you think it is the best way to recognize the "Laws" behind our daily beliefs?

I believe we get to these Laws once we finish a PSTEC process and we feel a huge shift in our perception.

For example, a few days ago I did PQT on the belief "From now on I deeply and profoundly love and accept myself" and I felt a huge shift in my whole personality.

Hey. I remember Tim said something like beliefs are like a balance in which we have two poles. Positive and negative. And we have to add more suggestions to our positive side to change a belief.

What I realized is that sometimes some beliefs are more difficult to change because those are deep.

For example.

If someone mocks me I could have the belief that they are doing it out of insecurity or that I am a bad person.

But if I install the belief "Everyone is good with me" that seems an unstable belief because reality won't match to that (people are going to be mean sooner or later).

So, how can I create positive beliefs that are difficult to change even when reality presents itself as the opposite of what I would like.

Relationships and Rejection / Re: Parent's burden
« on: March 24, 2019, 04:17:59 PM »
Yes indeed it really helps. Thank you for your advice Paul it is always insightful and appreciated

Relationships and Rejection / Parent's burden
« on: March 23, 2019, 11:22:27 AM »
well, I remember Freud said something about parents, that we are never fully adults until our parent's words stop affecting us or we stop placing them on pedestals.

my main issue is that I had 2 very narcissistic parents that crippled my self esteem. luckly I had became aware of these patterns and I fixed them with PSTEC, now my self esteem is much higher and I am a different person now.

the thing is that the actions of my parents still affecting me.

it's is like I take 10 steps foward with PSTEC but then when I go to drink coffee with my mother she starts critizising and being intrusive in my life and I regress into a 10 year old boy.

the same way when my father gets passive-agressive with me because of some stupid random shit and I regress into a 10 year old boy.

I believe their actions still shape me deeply and I would like to start placing bonudaries around them and cut the shit right from the beginning.

Wayne Cook Posture is a technique to reduce distress and resistance that engages both brain emispheres to reduce fight or flight responses and induces a sense of inner peace and serenity.

It is really powerful to do before any Clicktrack and while doing Positive Quantum Turbo and Belief Blasters.

It helps you to get more focused and attentive.

One side of the brain controls half of the body while the other side does the same.

When you engage both sides of the brain simultaneously you disengage from stress, anxiety and stuckness to allow the flow of energy.

PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo / Re: Subjective VS Objective statements
« on: March 09, 2019, 02:28:29 PM »
Thank you Paul. I like that approach

PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo / Subjective VS Objective statements
« on: March 06, 2019, 12:42:15 PM »
Hello, I would like to know if it is preferable to create subjective statements instead of objective ones.

For example

"I am extremely happy when I meet new women"

Insead of

"I am a social person that feels good meeting new women"

The second one has a more discriptive and objective vibe

The first seems like something that someone would think when their are in that situation

PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo / Re: Fictional/Real Projections
« on: February 19, 2019, 02:29:44 AM »
great advice paul.

thank you, that makes much more sense.

PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo / Fictional/Real Projections
« on: February 13, 2019, 03:50:28 PM »
my question is,

to which degree is it possible to create characteristics from fictional or real people we project stuff into.

for example.

if I admire a fictional character from movies or pop culture such as Tony Stark (iron man).

can I create characteristics that I project into him with PQT?

for example:

instead of using the statement:

- "I am very confident"


- "I am as confident and charismatic as tony stark".


"I am as adventurous as indiana jones".

Confused and Not Sure Where to Start / Re: Success with women
« on: February 04, 2019, 10:30:25 PM »
Try to ask yourself these 2 questions until you reveal all your negative beliefs about it.

Then apply CT2015 and Belief blasters on them

1. What beliefs must a person have who experiences or lives with an unpleasant reality or who lives through an unpleasant experience?

2. What is necessary for a person to succeed in a field or activity in which s/he is unsuccessful?

PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo / Beliefs about resistence
« on: January 23, 2019, 11:55:51 AM »
Personally I think resistence it is a meta issue when it comes to using PSTEC.

Resisting emotions leads to the majority of problems.

Which beliefs about resistance do y'all recommend to work on to become more resilient and able to feel instead of blocking ourselves to painful experiences?

PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo / Re: Handling the future
« on: January 22, 2019, 11:42:28 AM »
awesome brian! thank you for your input.

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