Reply To: Anger packages

Brian Tucker

    Mahalo for sharing!!

    Great insights and I wanted to highlight two that I feel are very helpful in making one's PSTEC work the most effective and efficient…

    1. ” I have done a few plays in a row in a single day and my experience was a very intense and long release of past anger that some might not be prepared to forego. One play a day per the instructions seems to be perfect.”

    Not prepared to forego … our not being prepared to release and let go comes with our resistance to change and something that we all must be aware of and even address.  As you mentioned, one can address it by slowing down and bit and being patient.  Another strategy is to address the resistance and one tool out there is Embracing Change from Tim.  Also, as we move forward using PSTEC Positive and suggesting new perceptions/beliefs, we can soften them as outlined in How to Achieve Almost Anything – The Easy Way.

    Again, mahalo for sharing… good job!!!

    Thank you, Jeff. Just to clarify when I said “not prepared to forego” what I meant by that was the unexpected level of intensity that these releases are occuring. Even using the relaxing accelerators these releases are very mentally and physically intense.

    Most of this is due on my part to the amount of time I am investing. The faster one goes the faster and bigger the change will be and naturally that comes with larger and more intense releases.

    The bigger the release the bigger the advancement towards freedom.