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Hi everyone,

My question is about setting the beliefs in the "now" vs. the future.

I've come to the part in the program where a student asks about setting beliefs as if they have already achieved them instead of them being in the future.

The example the guy uses is he is currently making $5,000 a month when in reality he is not. The idea being that if you feel and believe it now the subconscious will get to work to make it a reality.

I've also heard similar things that you should always set your goals in the present tense because if you set them in the future they will always be in the future. Like when you say "I'll do that tomorrow" tomorrow never comes.

However Tim discourages doing this as he says if it flies in the face of reality it won't stick. But in module 1 he says he writes his goals/vision in the present tense but he just puts a time deadline on it.

So now I am a little confused, which am I supposed to do? I don't really want to set my beliefs in the future as I feel if I do that they will always be in the future.

I've also already started doing beliefs and adding now to the end of them and doing similar income ones like the example.

I get the feeling Tim's advice was more if someone who has a mountain of debt and currently has no money coming in at all it would directly contradict with having $5,000 come in every month which makes more sense.

For me personally I already have a business that makes money I just want to take it to the next level and I also have peers who are in the same business who are hitting the goals I want to achieve so it's not that big of a stretch for me to believe I can do the same.

Any clarity on this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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Hey everyone,

Trying to work out the best way to word the beliefs using the correct structure to stop thinking about an ex.

I've clicked tracked the feelings in general which has helped significantly and I'm just now running a few beliefs such as:

I couldn't get over her
I couldn't move on
I couldn't let go of her
I had missed her

I think these will probably be enough as just running the EEF click tracks a few days ago has done wonders.

However one thing that I want to get rid of is to stop thinking about her on a daily basis. It's not always negative thoughts (although sometimes it is) but just random thoughts about her or things we done together.

Or sometimes I'll replay old memories in my mind either how they actually went or new versions like an old fight but imagine it going differently. I'll catch myself doing this and then feel bad as we broke up years ago now and think I shouldn't still be struggling with this.

Admittedly this has significantly died down the past few days from the click tracks alone so I'm very optimistic about the belief blasters completely removing everything.

But how do I stop things reminding me of her and therefor me thinking about her. For example I was cooking pasta the other day and it reminded me how she taught me to break it in half first and then I started thinking about her and when we lived together and so on. But there are a heap of these tiny little things.

So what would be the best way to word the beliefs correctly.

I couldn't stop thinking about her - not sure if this is correct because thinking isn't in the past tense?

I had thought about her everyday
I had thought about her all the time

I am hoping the initial beliefs will fix this and I won't think about her anyway but I am just a little confused on the best way to word it correctly.

Hope that makes sense.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks


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PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo / Interrupted While Listening
« on: November 28, 2018, 07:43:07 PM »
Hey guys,

So I listen to the tracks with headphones on my phone and I was half way through PQT when my phone rang, so the track stopped and I got a loud ringtone in my ears.

Obviously not ideal but is this going to screw anything up?

Thanks

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PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo / Should I add "now" to suggestions?
« on: November 27, 2018, 11:26:48 PM »
Hi all,

Been going through PSTEC for a couple of weeks now and have had great results with the click tracks and belief blasters and now that I've cleared out the negative junk it's time to put some good stuff in.

Been through PP Secrets and thought it would be best to start off with a softener using Quantum Turbo.

My question is should I put "now" at the end of the suggestion?

For example:

"I could be successful now"
"I could be a millionaire now"

I'm not sure if the "now" contradicts the softener?

I've click tracked feelings around both those statements and also ran the belief blaster on them as well as a few variations that came up.

Would appreciate any advice.

Thanks

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