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Paul McCabePaul McCabe
PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

Hi Tarmicle,

Thanks very much for posting, sharing your feedback and contributing to the forum.

It is nice to have you with us. I recommend having a trawl through some of the posts here. There are lots of gems.

Based on what you have written, I would also recommend two products:

Belief Blasters (http://bit.ly/beliefblasters)

and

PSTEC Positive Quantum Turbo (http://bit.ly/ppquantumturbo)

Each of these packages work very well together. Belief Blasters allow you to eliminate beliefs, while Quantum Turbo allows you to install positive suggestions of change.

They are very easy to use – no tapping at all.

However, if you had to choose just one package for now, then I recommend opting for Belief Blasters.

If you do get this, I recommend focusing on the beliefs below.

Say each of these statements out loud and, if they feel true/uncomfortable, blast them  ;)

– “I am not good enough”
– “I am not talented”
– “I am not worthwhile”
– “I am a failure”
– “I am a screw-up”
– “I am doomed”
– “There is something wrong with me”
– “I will never get what I want”
– “I will never get what I need”
– “Things never work out for me”
– “Money is hard to get”
– “Life is a struggle”
– “It happens for others, and not me”
– “If I fail, I'll be rejected”
– “What makes me good enough is doing things perfectly”

There are particular instructions for the Belief Blasters. Imagine how much freer you will feel and act without beliefs like those above.

If you do get Quantum Turbo, you can layer in some brilliant suggestions for your subconscious mind. Each package works very effectively. Together, they are a two-punch combo.

If you are not able to get either package, then I highly recommend continuing to CT the events you cited in your post (e.g. CT the fear of not getting a new job soon, CT the regret/annoyance of not getting a job promotion).

Hope this helps.

Please keep us updated and feel free to dialogue with us.

All the best,

Paul  :D


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