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AvatarBrian Tucker
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Hi Clearingman and Lee,

Beliefs usually feel like the absolute truth with lots of “evidence” to support them. Some beliefs, however, lie far beneath the surface and we may not be consciously aware we believe what we do. They do make sense at the time they were formed, however.

You can use some of the beliefs already suggested and you may have others like:

“I wasn't enough”
“I wasn't loveable”
“The world was a cruel place”
“I was a disappointment”
“I didn't belong in this world”

Paul

Paul is giving an example of what I described in this post. http://pstecforum.com/pf/miscellaneous-and-other-topics/forum-case-study-avoidant-personality-disorder-apd/msg4809/#msg4809

We are blind to our own issues. We are often in complete denial as a means to protect ourselves. These beliefs run so deep and we have so much going on in us emotionally we sometimes can't feel some of these issues – as of yet – but as we continue evolving we become more aware every day. Loneliness is a perfect example of this. A person can have so many negative feelings going on that they can't even realize/feel the loneliness yet even though it is at the root of their issues.

The belief “I didn't belong in this world” is also important to note how the sub can work because the phrase could be interpreted in different ways. This probably would affect your reality in many ways, from social issues to suicidal thoughts. Belief Blasters completely overrides that and takes it all out. The same goes for PQT. When you craft a proper suggestion for use with PQT you do not have to believe it at all. It can be installed in just the same (opposite) way. This is the beauty of Tim's ingenuity.