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  • #25315
    Avatarwhitelotus
    PSTEC User

    I have no problems rephrasing Core Beliefs like I'm powerless, I'm not good enough in the past tense. It's working pretty well.

    1) I face doubts when I'm trying to work with supporting beliefs like

    “People would not like me if they knew the truth about me”

    I understand finding and working with its corresponding core belief “I'm bad” or “I'm not good enough” is the way to go but can we also work with the supporting beliefs directly? ( Incase I'm not able to detec the underlying core belief)

    If so how do I rephrase it?

    People have not liked me when they discovered the truth about me” ?

    2) I would also really like to work with situation specific beliefs like

    “I don't think I'll get that job”

    “It's too late to apply for that job”

    I'm not sure if Belief blasters are meant to work with beliefs like these but I would still like to test it out. I just don't know how to rephrase them.

    Can someone help me out with this?

    Thanks

    #25316
    AvatarBrian Tucker
    PSTEC User

    1) I face doubts when I'm trying to work with supporting beliefs like

    “People would not like me if they knew the truth about me”

    I understand finding and working with its corresponding core belief “I'm bad” or “I'm not good enough” is the way to go but can we also work with the supporting beliefs directly? ( Incase I'm not able to detec the underlying core belief)

    If so how do I rephrase it?

    Thanks

    You are saying two things here – a complex belief

    People haven't liked me
    Someone would have found out the truth about me

    also might add in

    I've had a secret or I've been keeping a secret
    I've been hiding something

    “I don't think I'll get that job” – I couldn't get a job and I couldn't find a job

    Thanks

    “It's too late to apply for that job” – It has been too late to apply for that job or It was too late to apply for a job

    You could also get into:

    nobody would have hired me
    and
    I haven't been good enough to _______ 
    I haven't been worthy of _______ 
    I didn't deserve _______ 

    The blank might be something you believe about the job. e.g. I didn't deserve a better paying job or I haven't been good enough to have a higher paying job.

    Read here http://pstecforum.com/pf/belief-blasters/'it'-vs-'i'/msg3867/#msg3867

    Don't worry about the phrase being absolutely perfect. if one does not clean everything up at worst you will become a little more clear and then see what the real issue is. You can't make a mistake or break anything by using a belief blaster. The are rather forgiving and what is 10 minutes time? :)

    #25317
    Paul McCabePaul McCabe
    PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

    I have no problems rephrasing Core Beliefs like I'm powerless, I'm not good enough in the past tense. It's working pretty well.

    1) I face doubts when I'm trying to work with supporting beliefs like

    “People would not like me if they knew the truth about me”

    I understand finding and working with its corresponding core belief “I'm bad” or “I'm not good enough” is the way to go but can we also work with the supporting beliefs directly? ( Incase I'm not able to detec the underlying core belief)

    If so how do I rephrase it?

    People have not liked me when they discovered the truth about me” ?

    Hi Whitelotus,

    As Brian and yourself have acknowledged, identifying the core and simple beliefs and working through them systematically seems to be a very effective strategy. It will bear fruit.

    Worrying what people think about you is at the core of that belief, so you could run the Free CT (https://pstecaudiosource.org/accounts/1cx/24861/order) or one of the more advanced tracks on the imagined outcome of people finding out “the truth” about you. Keep CTing that down to 0 (or as close to it as possible) and you will probably notice a profound impact and it would not be atypical to be worried what people might find out to feeling absolutely fine about it…and fine about YOU.

    Also, identify “the truth” and be clear on what it is. I know other people have had this fear. It shows up in different guises.

    People will find out that…

    “I have a criminal record…”

    “my marriage broke down…”

    “I went bankrupt…”

    “I am gay…”

    “I am a bad person.”

    These are just examples and I have heard many. We live in an age where media will try to “shame”, ridicule and marginalise certain people and where many people on social media will pass moral judgement. Ultimately, though, whatever the “truth” is about you, then you do not have to feel bad about it or feel alienated.

    Of course, if the “truth” is that you are engaging in unethical behaviour, then that can be helped too. Even at that, behaviour does not necessarily define who someone really is. It is just part of the picture and we always evolve.

    So, to be bothered by what people might think, you might have two aspects at play:

    1) Not being accepting of who you are

    2) Not trusting people will accept you.

    Beliefs like “I'm not acceptable” and “People can't be trusted” might be at play. Other beliefs and emotional conditionings will feed into this, for sure.

    For the other beliefs, you might well find that you are giving meaning to the situation. “I won't get this job” can be emotionally neutral, positive or absolutely devastating. You will not get the job because……? How do you know it is too late to apply? Perhaps it is, but why would that matter?

    What meaning are you giving to getting or not getting the job? What would it mean about YOU if you didn't get the job?

    Paul


    Paul McCabe – PSTEC Master Practitioner

    http://www.lifestyleforchange.com

    Please contact me anytime if you want any assistance in utilising PSTEC to help you live a life of tremendous freedom & possibility.

    Recreate yourself with PSTEC.

    Skype, Zoom, in-person & phone sessions available…

    #25318
    AvatarBrian Tucker
    PSTEC User

    On the job topic ask what you really believe. Are you not smart enough. Not qualified enough. Can't be successful for some reason. What are the correct reasons. state your questions again and ask “why” and “because” then address the “because” beliefs that result

    #25319
    Avatarshabier hassan
    PSTEC User

    Beliefs like “I'm not acceptable” and “People can't be trusted” might be at play. Other beliefs and emotional conditionings will feed into this, for sure.

    Paul

    Hey Paul,
                I must say that I always look forward to your posts.They always contain valuable information.The belief 'People can't be trusted' almost jumped out at me and rang true but somehow I am a little shaky at the very thought of blasting it away.I feel it helps to keep me safe and protected in this big, bad World.Wouldn't I be exposing myself by becoming totally naive
    and unsuspecting?
    Regards,
    Shabier

    #25320
    Avatarwhitelotus
    PSTEC User

    You are saying two things here – a complex belief

    People haven't liked me
    Someone would have found out the truth about me

    also might add in

    I've had a secret or I've been keeping a secret
    I've been hiding something

    That's brilliant. Breaking it up makes sense. Thank you

    nobody would have hired me
    and
    I haven't been good enough to _______ 
    I haven't been worthy of _______ 
    I didn't deserve _______ 

    The blank might be something you believe about the job. e.g. I didn't deserve a better paying job or I haven't been good enough to have a higher paying job.

    Could I still streamline this to mean the specific job:

    I didn't deserve this job
    I haven't been worthy of this job

    Because sometimes statements like this doesn't feel true –
    I didn't deserve a better paying job

    But I believe this statement
    I didn't deserve this job

    Another example
    The belief – “Nobody loves me” doesn't feel true but “X will never love me” feels true. 
    Can I then just change it to “X has never loved me” or “X couldn't love me” and BB it.

    I suppose I should be using clicktracks or finding the core beliefs behind these but I just want to get a feel for what kind of beliefs work with belief blasters and what doesn't

    Thank you

    #25321
    Avatarwhitelotus
    PSTEC User

    I have no problems rephrasing Core Beliefs like I'm powerless, I'm not good enough in the past tense. It's working pretty well.

    1) I face doubts when I'm trying to work with supporting beliefs like

    “People would not like me if they knew the truth about me”

    I understand finding and working with its corresponding core belief “I'm bad” or “I'm not good enough” is the way to go but can we also work with the supporting beliefs directly? ( Incase I'm not able to detec the underlying core belief)

    If so how do I rephrase it?

    People have not liked me when they discovered the truth about me” ?

    Hi Whitelotus,

    As Brian and yourself have acknowledged, identifying the core and simple beliefs and working through them systematically seems to be a very effective strategy. It will bear fruit.

    Worrying what people think about you is at the core of that belief, so you could run the Free CT (https://pstecaudiosource.org/accounts/1cx/24861/order) or one of the more advanced tracks on the imagined outcome of people finding out “the truth” about you. Keep CTing that down to 0 (or as close to it as possible) and you will probably notice a profound impact and it would not be atypical to be worried what people might find out to feeling absolutely fine about it…and fine about YOU.

    Also, identify “the truth” and be clear on what it is. I know other people have had this fear. It shows up in different guises.

    People will find out that…

    “I have a criminal record…”

    “my marriage broke down…”

    “I went bankrupt…”

    “I am gay…”

    “I am a bad person.”

    These are just examples and I have heard many. We live in an age where media will try to “shame”, ridicule and marginalise certain people and where many people on social media will pass moral judgement. Ultimately, though, whatever the “truth” is about you, then you do not have to feel bad about it or feel alienated.

    Of course, if the “truth” is that you are engaging in unethical behaviour, then that can be helped too. Even at that, behaviour does not necessarily define who someone really is. It is just part of the picture and we always evolve.

    So, to be bothered by what people might think, you might have two aspects at play:

    1) Not being accepting of who you are

    2) Not trusting people will accept you.

    Beliefs like “I'm not acceptable” and “People can't be trusted” might be at play. Other beliefs and emotional conditionings will feed into this, for sure.

    For the other beliefs, you might well find that you are giving meaning to the situation. “I won't get this job” can be emotionally neutral, positive or absolutely devastating. You will not get the job because……? How do you know it is too late to apply? Perhaps it is, but why would that matter?

    What meaning are you giving to getting or not getting the job? What would it mean about YOU if you didn't get the job?

    Paul

    I CTed the imagined outcome immeditaely after reading this. There's instant clarity on the situation. Thank you. That was totally on point

    And Thank you so much for the thorough explanantion. I could use this as a blueprint for detecting core beliefs behind other issues too.

    Appreciate what you all are doing here. PSTEC has been life changing for me.

    #25322
    Paul McCabePaul McCabe
    PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

    Beliefs like “I'm

    Hey Paul,
                I must say that I always look forward to your posts.They always contain valuable information.The belief 'People can't be trusted' almost jumped out at me and rang true but somehow I am a little shaky at the very thought of blasting it away.I feel it helps to keep me safe and protected in this big, bad World.Wouldn't I be exposing myself by becoming totally naive
    and unsuspecting?
    Regards,
    Shabier

    Hi Shabier,

    Thanks very much for your kind words.

    Our sub comes up with beliefs to keep us safe and that is its intention. However, think of how a belief like “people can't be trusted” would limit us and how it would influence someone's life and decisions.

    It is a global belief. The counter-example is that some or even many people CAN be trusted.

    Eliminating a belief like this would surely remove the tendency to distrust people or to be more guarded. It would not remove discretion but could help someone build stronger bonds with others, as well as being more empathetic towards people.

    Identifying and then removing “people beliefs” and “life beliefs” can be incredibly liberating. It would not mean you go around life oblivious to danger. Rather, you can make a conscious assessment and will most likely be MORE clear-headed.

    You mentioned the “big, bad world” and that may be pointing to another belief you might wish to eliminate (e.g. “The world is dangerous.”) Think about how such a belief would influence your everyday thoughts and the decisions you make.

    There are objective dangers in this world and some people might betray our trust but, when you move from the general (“all people”, “the world”) to the specific (“that person”, “that situation”) AND “click away” on the imagined outcomes/worst-case scenarios…you will feel totally empowered and full of possibilities.

    Thanks again.

    Paul


    Paul McCabe – PSTEC Master Practitioner

    http://www.lifestyleforchange.com

    Please contact me anytime if you want any assistance in utilising PSTEC to help you live a life of tremendous freedom & possibility.

    Recreate yourself with PSTEC.

    Skype, Zoom, in-person & phone sessions available…

    #25323
    Paul McCabePaul McCabe
    PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

    Hi Whitelotus,

    Thanks for your message. It is an absolute pleasure.

    I am glad that you are seeing some life changes with PSTEC. If you keep at it, I am sure you will notice that it is a real game-changer.

    Thanks again,

    Paul  :)


    Paul McCabe – PSTEC Master Practitioner

    http://www.lifestyleforchange.com

    Please contact me anytime if you want any assistance in utilising PSTEC to help you live a life of tremendous freedom & possibility.

    Recreate yourself with PSTEC.

    Skype, Zoom, in-person & phone sessions available…

    #25324
    Avatarshabier hassan
    PSTEC User

    You mentioned the “big, bad world” and that may be pointing to another belief you might wish to eliminate (e.g. “The world is dangerous.”) Think about how such a belief would influence your everyday thoughts and the decisions you make.

    Thanks again.

    Paul

    Hey Paul,
                you have an amazing eye for detail.When you pointed out my belief about the world I just smiled and said,”Well, there are PSTEC users and then there are PSTEC legends!”I am surely going to eliminate these limiting beliefs and post updates.
    I am really grateful to you and all other experts here who selflessly help people.God bless you!Lots of love.
    Regards,Shabier

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