Reply To: Stalling

#22916
AvatarMeghan Saunders
PSTEC User

Hello Nightingale

The first thing that popped into my head is resistance.  When we are doing well and we are making great progress something underneath can put the brakes on so that we will not actually move forward entirely & change for the better but will instead set up a road block to prevent us from progressing (we're FINE, nothing more to work on – – – carry-on) – – – so that we can remain in its known reality. . . I call this comfortable discomfort – – – does that make sense?

“It's has though I'm waiting for someone to tap me on the shoulder and say 'not you'.  Is this a negative I should work on…”  How do these words make you feel?  Or if you think of this scenario – – – can you notice any feelings???  If yes – – then that is your answer.

“Why am I putting off the results I so desperately desire??”  (so that we remain in the known comfort zone)

Please refer to this post and see if you can use it to help you propel yourself forward – I believe you have all the tools you need for this currently.  http://pstecforum.com/pf/confused-and-not-sure-where-to-start/why-technique/msg696/

Use the free basic click tracks for emotions, feelings, memories or imagined future events that do not feel welcomed and exciting.  The EEf's are also used for this – – – with these two packages you have 4 clearing click tracks that can be used in random order.  I recommend people do 3-4 rounds of these click tracks per issue – – take notes if other negative feelings arise & do more tracks if needed.

The PSTEC Positive tracks are used to re-work our belief system.  Once you take notice of a belief that is not good for you – – – for example – I'm not good enough or I don't think I can _____________ – first check how the belief FEELS when you think it or say it out loud.  If there is no emotion & it feels neutral then you would start working on statements to change the belief.

  • – What if I am good enough
  • – What if I am inherently good
  • – It might be possible that I could be good enough
  • – I think I actually might be good enough
  • – I know I am good enough and I have always been good enough
  • [/list]This is totally made up on the spot and super basic but I hope it helps you to think about your own way of wording that will work for you.

    You may come up against resistance when doing positives – – that is why I wrote many statements as a little step ladder of progressive statements.  If at anytime a memory or emotion comes up that does not feel good – – – those things (feelings) are the free click tracks and EEf's.

    Best to you – – – meghan