Reply To: Too many problems

Jeff Harding
PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

    Hi Michael,

    I'm going to be a bit general here…

    First of all, the approach that you are taking is along the lines of non-specific re-patterning, which can be very effective.

    Another way, as Tim mentions in The Easy Way, is to use specific re-patterning.  When you take this approach you may be more effective because it is more targeted and easier to measure your progress so that you can make adjustments.

    The toughest part of this work (play?) is seeing the issues to target and also staying on track, so you might consider finding someone to help work with you at least to get you started and on track.

    If you go to the PSTEC Registry, there is a listing of various PSTEC therapists, practitioners and experts.  You can browse through there…Don't let the geography get in the way because most of the practitioners can work with you via the phone or Skype.