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Miscellaneous and Other Topics / Re: Clicktracks and work-related issues
« on: January 09, 2019, 08:29:11 PM »
I have noticed this phenomenon around releasing techniques in general, but I haven't had it happen with PSTEC yet.  It makes sense if you think of the energy of beliefs causing positive ripple effects throughout your life.

Keep us posted.  I can't contribute much to this, but I would love to hear more about this.

And congratulations for using the tools to improve your life.

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Belief Blasters / Re: Re-phrasing Global Beliefs for BB?
« on: October 16, 2018, 02:55:49 AM »
Paul,

I took a break from the forum and only now discovered your reply.  Thank you very much for taking the time to respond to my question!

Regarding my "Cute girls are never single" belief specifically, your comments made me realize that there's a small constellation of beliefs surrounding and hypertrophying this one. 

Your comment:

"You can dig into those beliefs even further, by the way. One way is to pretend that "cute women are never single" is the absolute truth, get annoyed about it and CT away the emotion."

What if someone you found cute WAS single?

Do any feelings or other beliefs seem to limit your actions?

What would it mean about you, life and relationships if cute women were never single?

Think about this in terms of "being rejected, "being vulnerable" and "being thought less of."


Really hit me hard.  I feel this is the best way to tackle the belief, which is more than just a simple belief to blast away.  It's a compound belief that's metastasized into an absolute, unbreakable paradigm for me now. 

Ok, feeling the overwhelm and the "it's impossible to change this" charge in my gut. 

I will start with ClickTracking some of the peripheral emotions that come up like you mentioned.

Oh boy. 

I have more questions about tackling the evidence but I will do some work on the beliefs before I ask any more.  I'm very in my head about this and it's probably just a delaying tactic to keep me from facing these monsters.

Thanks again for your thoughtful comment, Paul.  It has started the ball rolling for me.  I will drop back in and report on my progress.

Cheers,
M

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Belief Blasters / Re: Re-phrasing Global Beliefs for BB?
« on: October 09, 2018, 11:39:32 PM »
Thanks for the replies.  I'll try to go in without over-thinking it.

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Belief Blasters / Re-phrasing Global Beliefs for BB?
« on: October 09, 2018, 04:42:28 AM »
Hello,

First post from a lurker and someone who hopes PSTEC can help. 

I own quite a few of the programs and have experienced some nice results with the Click Tracks. 

What I'm really interested in trying are the Belief Blasters.

Can I get your input on effectively re-phrasing statements for global beliefs?  My attempts to create past versions of the beliefs I want to eliminate either feel convoluted and overworked or they just sound silly and delusional.

Some examples:

Now version:   Cute, sexy, healthy women are never single.

BB version:   Cute, sexy, healthy women were never single.


Huh??  And now they are?  The past tense version doesn't make sense to me, and it has lost all the visceral punch/anger/frustration I am desperate to get rid of.

Some more examples I'm wrestling with:

Now version:   Attractive women don't want to be approached by men.

BB version:  Attractive women didn't want to be approached by men.


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Now version:   Beautiful women only want tall, handsome, famous or rich men.

BB version:   Beautiful women only wanted tall, handsome, famous or rich men.


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Now version:   People are selfish and unkind.

BB version:   People were selfish and unkind.



Again, the past tense version sounds silly to me.  Like the world changed and people behave differently?  I understand all of these are subjective beliefs (which I'm trying to reconfigure for a healthier emotional state in myself) but global beliefs are causing me problems.

More than anything, I would love to reverse these (and many other) global beliefs in my subconscious, but I'm struggling with how to articulate them for BB.  Maybe I'm overthinking it?

Any suggestions for how to re-phrase global beliefs into past tense statements would be most appreciated.

Thanks!

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Hi LP,

No feet jerking for me.  I do get some twitches in my back, but the most common reaction during click tracks is tons of deep, big yawns and watery eyes.

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Scott,

I'm not in sales, but I also have a strong reaction to people being late, "flaking", so much so that I have just stopped agreeing to situations where I will meet someone at a certain time.  It feels like a burning personal insult to be kept waiting -- even though I am sometimes late myself.  In working through my anger in general...I am hoping this reactivity will go away also.

Please keep us posted on how you are working through this feeling and please share your progress with us!  I'm very interested to see what happens.

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Confused and Not Sure Where to Start / Re: Why Technique
« on: January 12, 2018, 01:44:56 PM »
Thanks for bringing this awesome post from Brian back into the light, whitelotus.  Very helpful!

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GREAT resource.  Thanks, Brian.  Sometimes it can be difficult to sort between all the PSTEC products and the best way to use them for maximum effect.

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Confused and Not Sure Where to Start / Re: Meta beliefs
« on: December 05, 2017, 02:00:11 AM »
Great job, Truman.  Keep us posted on your journey!  I'm really interested in how you've been working through your beliefs, and I'm also interested to hear how your interactions have changed since clearing so many beliefs.  Great stuff, and very inspiring!

As always, great insights, Paul.  I've gotten a lot out of this thread, as I am dealing with similar (social/dating) challenges.


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