"Embracing Change" question
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- April 17, 2015 at 8:16 pm#21741IdPSTEC User
I noticed that there are 2 sets of files and intros in this download: “Dealing with unwanted change” and “Making a positive change”. They both sound like the exact same content. Are they?April 18, 2015 at 12:04 pm#24087Peter BunyanPSTEC User
This is not a package I have, I have asked Jeff if he knows.
PeterApril 18, 2015 at 6:01 pm#24088Jeff HardingPSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator
A little background on Embracing Change…
In my personal work and also when guiding others to experience more and more freedom within their mind as well as in their life experiences, there was the “R” word … that nasty 10 letter word that comes up when we try and do something new and when we are unsuccessful we also use four letter words http://pstecaudiosource.org/4121/embracing-change
These tracks, if used liberally, help to “grease the skids” to embracing change … to Loving the experiment and the experience of Life!!
To strengthen the perception of embracing change, you can also address the following:
1. Emotions … imagine change your mind model … your perception … it could be in a general way or a specific way about something. Maybe your perception about intimate relationships being Truly Loving and Freeing … or … maybe about owning your own business … or … perhaps that your chronic ailment can be overcome. Imagine it, whatever it is, how does that feel? If it's not J.E.E.P., CT it!
Listen to Tim's tracks and if there are particularly problematic sentences in Embracing Change, ask yourself why.
2. Beliefs … craft new PSTEC Positive Sentences that are more specific for you about embracing change. Listen to Tim's tracks and if there are statements that are in there that give you grief, see if you can craft PP Sentences to help shift it more specifically.
The world will be constantly changing … learn to embrace the change.
We are evolving, both individually and collectively … learn to embrace and LOVE those changes!
To answer your question, no, the tracks are not the same. There are some phrases that are repeated in each, but they are not all identical. Look at the size and length of each and you will see they are not identical.
Don't scrutinize the tracks … could that be resistance? … use them and scrutinize your mind model that has you stuck and/or experiencing limitation and pain.
JeffApril 18, 2015 at 6:28 pm#24089Peter BunyanPSTEC User
Your'e a star!
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