Reply To: So many options

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Paul McCabePaul McCabe
PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

Hi Akandi,

Thanks for your post.

The standard protocol is listed here: http://www.pstec.org/selfhelp.php

However, there are so many ways to modify this approach and you will find YOUR way when you stick at it. The key thing is that you follow the instructions, as they are, and not mix in elements from other modalities. Once you are familiar with the whys and wherefores of PSTEC, you can experiment, of course.

I recommend that you familiarise with the instructions on the Free Click Tracks and work through some smaller issues initially. This will get you acquainted with the process again: http://bit.ly/pstecclicktracks

There is a wealth of information on the forum, so you could put in a search for the particular issue you are seeking to resolve. You can also ask any questions and you will get an answer.

Alternatively, you could listen to the free interviews here: http://www.pstec.org/talks.php

There are some great free tutorials you could download. Mindfulness with PSTEC is an excellent one: http://bit.ly/pstecmindfulness

It sounds like you have most of the core tracks, so could really dissolve a lot of issues if you put in some time every day, or even when you can. If you have lost the tracks, I recommend emailing support to see if you can get any assistance with retrieving the downloads.

If you do not have these yet, Click Tracks 2015 (http://bit.ly/clicktrack2015)      are Tim's newest and most advanced Click Tracks. They can help you deal with multiple memories and imagined outcomes, linked to one emotion, and neutralise them en-masse. In this way, you could target an emotion like anger and neutralise every experience you can remember or imagine where anger is produced.

For beliefs, you can use PSTEC Negative, which you already have. There is a newer option too: the Belief Blasters package (http://bit.ly/beliefblasters) was released last year and the tracks do not require any tapping and are, by common consensus, much easier to use than PSTEC Negative.

I hope that helps.

If you have any other questions, please let us know.

All the best,

Paul :)


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