Does the subconscious need long form? Eg. It’s vs it is
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- August 10, 2019 at 11:49 pm#22204shoutmanPSTEC User
When crafting suggestions for PQT I noticed that I tend to write out the suggestion in long form basically because I want to ensure the subconscious is very clear on what I am saying however this results in the actual sentence containing more words.
Take the suggestion: It's great that I'm successful
When doing PQT i would break that down to: It is great that I am successful
So “it's” becomes “it is” and “I'm” becomes “I am”.
I think I just always assumed you need to be super clear so the subconscious understands.
Do you have to break it down like that for the subconscious or does it know both mean the same?
On a sidenote how I speak I would just say “It's great that I'm successful” instead of “It is great that I am successful” so I don't know if that makes a difference?
Probably over thinking it but I just don't know how specific you need to be with the subconscious.
ThanksAugust 12, 2019 at 6:01 pm#26659Brian TuckerPSTEC User
Either way will work.
An even better way would be to anchor it to a feeling…
I now feel great because I am successful completelyAugust 13, 2019 at 12:12 am#26660shoutmanPSTEC User
Ok cool thanks, I assumed either way would be fine just wanted to double check.
I like the anchor idea too, thanks Brian.
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