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AvatarBrian Tucker
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One more thing I want to add to this post from my experience:

The word “emotions” and “feelings” can be interpreted differently by people. One thing that really helped as I moved further along with it was to focus on the “feeling”. To better describe what I mean by “feeling” is to compare with a feeling which reminds you of something. Like that “feeling” you get when it's your birthday, like you feel at Christmas time or when you visit your home town, walk through your old high school. The feeling like you are in trouble by your parents or maybe when you get the winter blues or a sinking feeling etc.

Clicking on the physical “emotions” or “feelings” does help but it's that “feeling” that exists below the physical emotions that really makes a difference when you want to remove something with PSTEC.

A lot of people will say they don't have heavy emotions or feelings after they get really stable and take off the big stuff. and that's where it starts to get really fun.

More on the feeling here: http://pstecforum.com/pf/feelings-ratings-suds-and-the-level-of-your/recreating-negative-emotionsfeelings-click-tracks/msg3096/#msg3096

When I started looking for that “feeling” associated with a bad experience or thought and focusing on that, it really made a difference. It is those “feelings” down below the physical feeling that influence our thought, behavior, emotions, energy etc.

The feeling of loneliness or emptiness is a perfect example. It may not have physical emotions with it, it is just a feeling that is present all the time.

Example: The other day my mom was here and brought some pictures by. Immediately, I had this “feeling” that came with looking at them. It was not a feeling of JEEP but there is no way to describe it with words. So I decided to clear it and with that came a long slew of feelings that kept changing as I went to at least 50 different feelings and events that I have experienced over the last 15 years throughout my relationship with my wife, none of which were JEEP and none which I could describe with an emotional word. I just followed it and kept clicking on whatever came in. I would not call the feelings pain, but each event had a distinct feeling and it felt good to clear. They are all gone now and what a difference it made.

Hope this helps!