Reply To: Emotions vs memories
Thanks for your post.
A memory is not necessarily something we feel, but a “faculty by which the mind stores, encodes and retrieves information.” (source: Goo Gill ?)
Of course, you may experience emotions and feel certain feelings when accessing memories or when thinking of imagined future outcomes. Equally, because we have the ability to repress emotions and disassociate from the memories, you may not experience any emotions when thinking of certain events from the past.
When running the Click Tracks, it can be very effective to associate back into the memory. See what you saw then, hear what you heard, and try to feel what you felt. If a memory is very traumatic (e.g. involving abuse), however, then work up to this.
Also, it is worth noting that your subconscious mind does not distinguish between memories and imagined outcomes. You can, therefore, work with what you imagine (e.g. worst case scenarios) and feel those emotions. There will usually be a historical cause for anything we imagine in the future, however.
The PSTEC Accelerators (http://bit.ly/pstecaccelerators) would definitely go on the “essential list” for people using PSTEC long-term. It can help you find causal events and reassociate with the emotions you originally felt. It speeds progress.
Alternatively, you could use PSTEC Positive Extra Power (http://bit.ly/pstecposextrapower) to layer in a suggestion like “When I use the Click Tracks, I remember the cause of my problems”
I hope that helps, Truman. If you need any clarification or have any more questions, please let us know.
Paul McCabe – PSTEC Master Practitioner
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