Reply To: PSTEC Negative – textbook on negative beliefs
Thanks for your question.
Within the PSTEC Negative (http://bit.ly/pstecnegative) User Guides (there are 2), Tim doesn't go into a great deal of detail about how beliefs are formed. There is more focus on practicality.
There is a lot of information on how beliefs are formed within this forum and online. If you would like my suggestions for further reading, please PM me
Core beliefs tend to be formed in early childhood, based on interactions with parents and caregivers. We almost certainly hold thousands of beliefs, and it is only worth eliminating the ones which get in the way.
The PSTEC Negative User guides are particularly useful if you want to find ways to identify and eliminate your core beliefs.
There is more detail about this on PSTEC Advanced (http://bit.ly/pstecadvanced), which is packed with theoretical and practical information about the subconscious mind. It is an invaluable audio package and covers a lot of ground.
I hope this helps, rvrv.
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