Arbitrary CTs vs fixated tapes

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      I've got the feeling that once I learn a whole tapping sequence, its effects on my problems are less because I've made it a habit and I know what's next.

      I was wondering if its possible to create an arbitrary tapping sequence that its always different every time you hear it. And placing the Tims voice on top of it.

      This way, your mind will be always prepared for novelty.

      Brian Tucker
      PSTEC User

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        oughts and feelings around that to a 1 or 0. I have used the same two CT thousands of times hours a day weeks in a row. When you incorporate the accelerators they were not get more powerful.

        On top of that you can install the following pstec positive statements a few times each.

        Pstec will become more powerful every time I use it
        The more I use the clicktracks the better they will work for me
        Pstec works better all the time

        Paul McCabe
        PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

          Hi Truman,

          Thanks for your question.

          Further to what Brian wrote, PSTEC will always be effective as long as you are following the instructions. Brian has shown that too and what he has suggested is spot-on.

          I do appreciate the quest for novelty, but this is what keeps some people always looking for the next shiny object or giving up when things are no longer new. Everything you need is already here  ;)

          If you find that you are “too familiar” with the clicks and tones and you want to keep things fresh, there are some things you can do:

          – Mix up the tracks you use (e.g. if you use the free CT most often, add in the EEFs from Level 1: or the tracks from Click Track 2015: ) and do this frequently, so you do not too used to a particular track. The long CT from Click Track 2015, if you have not used it yet, would certainly keep things fresh.

          – Mix up the tapping points (e.g. if you typically tap on your thigh, you could tap on your collarbone) and vary these tapping points when running the Click Tracks.

          – Follow the “PSTEC Stretch Process”, as mentioned in Level 1.

          Hope that helps,

          Paul  :)

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