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    Avatar_Boobinsko_
    PSTEC User

    Hi Peter,

    This is a bit off topic from this discussion, but I am referencing one of my previous posts from this thread, so decided to continue on.

    Essentially, I have just realised that suggestions do not work for me, but reframing does. Here is an example:

    I have previously used my own method (see one of my above posts) of pattern interrupting, eg, anxiety around a particular issue, with lasting results. My own method took 10-15 minutes. It does not use suggestions, just a physical pattern interrupt. I have also used the click tracks with success on most, but not all other issues I have applied it to. The click tracks make extensive use of physical pattern interrupts.

    With recent anxiety over a different issue, I decided instead to get onto forums and read about other people's experiences about the issue I was dealing with. I found the exact topic on reddit, read multiple accounts of how other people dealt with it, and voila! My anxiety dropped away completely! All I needed was a REFRAME, a new perspective on my problem….and there was none of this psychological herxheimer reaction (which I have come to the conclusion only happens because you believe it will happen). My belief changed due to a new understanding, a new perspective, a reframe, whatever you want to call it.

    A few weeks later I decided to get the No More Anxiety track for a family member. I figured it would be interesting to see how it would go on my small embers of general anxiety, and within a few days all hint of anxiety was finally resolved….once again using Tim's wonderful reframes. I was very impressed with the lengths he went to on that one!

    Anyway, my point is that all the other PSTec tools I have used where they have been suggestion based have not worked….and, yes, I follow the instructions and tutorials to the letter. I also have listened to all of the instructions and tutorials several times each.

    So I decided to do a little research tonight about why some people are not hypnotisable (ie, suggestions do not work on them). I found an interesting study by Stanford University that sheds some light. I'm sure their findings are only the beginnings of what's going on, as I have one of the traits of the hypnotisable (I can go into high focus at times for extended periods), but also have most of the traits of those who are not hypnotisable, eg, in the second article below, Dr Spiegal, who conducted the study, implies that people with competing cognitive demands are less hypnotisable.

    Here are the results of their study:

    https://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2012/10/not-getting-sleepy-research-explains-why-hypnosis-doesnt-work-for-all.html

    This article puts it in layman's terms:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2213293/Hypnosis-Why-quick-decision-makers-people-higher-attention-span-better.html

    So, it seems apparent to me that suggestions do not work too well on me, and reframes work well.

    Is the new Beliefs Blaster primarily suggestions-based like PSTEC Negative and Positive, or primarily reframes-based like No More Anxiety?

    #24829
    AvatarPeter Bunyan
    PSTEC User

    Hi Boobinsko

    There are many interesting topics raised in your post the discussion of which is probably outside the reference of this Forum, thank you though for your feedback.

    The main point for me is that you have pesisted and experimented, done some research and found a way through that works for you. We could discuss and debate for hours and hours about the how and why's, but as long as you have found ways to improve your life then we are happy and proud for you. If PSTEC has played a part in this, then even better.

    I believe Bill Gates named the Windows operating system from the idea of looking into a room through windows in different walls. This enabled a better picture of the inside of the room. (Replace room with data or information). Looking at an issue from a different but linked point of view or views (reframing) enables better understanding.

    Re Belief Busters. As I am so new to it myself I will refrain from comment until I have used it more for myself. But maybe someone else will answer.

    Peter

    #24830
    Avatar_Boobinsko_
    PSTEC User

    Thanks for your speedy reply, Peter. As always, you are succinct and insightful, of which I sincerely appreciate.

    I am quite keen to use the Beliefs Blaster, but am not keen to buy another product that doesn't hit the mark…and, yes, you are right. I have thoroughly persisted with those other products over what is now spanning years, including purchasing the “upgrades” such as with the Positive packages.

    If anyone can clarify if Beliefs Blaster is reframe-based, or at least not suggestion-based, I would love to get started with it asap.  :)

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