Written instructions vs Audio Instructions
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- May 11, 2012 at 8:03 pm#22741Meghan SaundersPSTEC User
Great to hear you are progressing and just focusing on Tim's process. My pstec positive audio does end with: “… and step closer every second to the way you are going to be.” I have itunes & this mp3 says 6:03 in my player. Tim's voice stops at 5:51.
My personal experience with the Positive Click Tracks is that in comparison to the rest of the audio and my momentum – – I too feel a somewhat sharp edge or abruptness in the ending.
The discrepancy is audio length could happen during compression into and out of the .zip files? ? ? But it sounds like you have the right one.
Wishing you all the best on accomplishing this goal.
MeghanMay 12, 2012 at 1:59 am#22742gavin underwoodPSTEC User
Hi, yes my file ends the same way too, It's a nourishing line to end with, it sounds, very good. Thanks for the confirmation.
Just to state my experience to date, I have started a week later than planned, as I had to consider whether to include any of the extras offered to me, plus I needed to work through my resistance to starting it in the first place.
At the moment I am seeing the situation as if it's two parts of me, working to become whole again.
As a 11year old, I took easily to the smoking as it was a diversion from life as I knew it at the time, and it was illegal, and then being told not to, by people who were smoking the strongest non-tipped brand available at the time, plus on top of that my step-father was a snuff-taker, an even more abhorrent habit than smoking in my opinion, because as a child I got to see his handkerchiefs soaking in the sink every Monday morning and I guess the effects were then out in the open more, rather than only hidden within the body. So this was hardly advice I could believe in.
When I started and then kept at it, it was, as if, the child/alive being, part left, to escape the smoke/chemicals (perhaps) and let the addict part get on with it, waiting in the wings, to return, later, when the addict part had ceased his mission to self-destruct, and really, really, annoy the guardians. Of course that back-fired.
To get back to the S.S process, I think I blew it, by, during the week, building up my hopes and then aiming to do the 48hour fast over a weekend, only to awake on the Saturday morning with an intense passion to ignore the process and smoke, which I did.
Now having time to reflect, I have decided to start again, making sure that I'm ready to start the 48hrs during the day, whilst I'm awake, with what I'm doing. Gavin
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