Reply To: Belief Blasters and Past Tense Confusion
Thanks for the reply Brian.
Your right, my example really wasn't a belief per se. I used a bad example. I'll use yours.
My question was, why would I want to remove “I've been a failure” (or ANY belief for that matter) in the past tense? This is the crux of my question.
So “I've been a failure” (or I have that belief, erroneous or otherwise). I could “blast” that I had been a failure and still believe I am a failure NOW. (or worse yet, in the future)…
I've been a failure is the past tense for I am a failure which is the belief.
PSTEC Negative didn't use past tense, I'm just trying to wrap my head around the needing the belief being blasted to be in the past tense.