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 REMINDER: When in doubt, use the click tracks first for any issue. Any time you don’t like how you’re feeling, PSTEC it.

Step 1

Begin by downloading the Belief Blasters audio files by clicking here for $39*. These will need to be downloaded to a computer within 36 hours of ordering. Once you’ve downloaded them to a computer, you can sync them to a mobile device via iTunes, DropBox or Google Drive.

If you have technical difficulties, this video will walk you through the download process. (Click here)

PSTEC is currently working on a way to stream these tools directly from their site to give you easier access. Stay tuned!

Step 2

Watch this video to learn more about Belief Blasters and how to use it.

BELIEFS

All beliefs must be stated in the past tense. (Up until one second ago I had this belief.)

Statements should be between 7-12 words long if possible.

Add “I had the belief that…” or “I believed…” if your belief is too short. DO NOT start with “I used to believe.”

Play a Belief Blasters track while saying the statement in a loop in your mind.

Also try to prove (in your mind) that your belief is correct throughout the track by playing the examples of proof from your life.

Remember that some beliefs may seem ridiculous to you logically/consciously, but your subconscious has been harboring them anyway. If your actions show that you have the belief, it’s in there somewhere! Even if you feel as though you’ve consciously worked through it, your subconscious still needs convincing- especially if your actions/reactions prove that some part of you still believes it.

Knowing whether to PSTEC it or Belief Blast it: If there is a strong feeling attached, always click track it first. If your thoughts or behaviors still show that you have that belief or programming, then Belief Blast it. If it’s only a thought or behavior without much emotion, then go directly to Belief Blasters.

Many people like Belief Blasters more than the click tracks but they are for COMPLETELY DIFFERENT purposes. Click tracks should always be your first line of defense, as emotions will always do more damage than thoughts. However, it can be of great help to also remove the belief programming!

There is a list of common beliefs at the bottom of this page

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Common Beliefs

Select some that resonate with you and Belief Blast them, then start creating your own.

  • I had the belief that change was scary (or dangerous.)

  • I had the belief that nothing would improve.

  • I had the belief i was stuck like this forever.

  • All this work was too much of a sacrifice.

  • I didn’t have enough time to do all this work.

  • Even if I did the work, I still wouldn’t feel as good as I’d hoped.

  • I don’t care enough about feeling better, to do all this work.

  • I had the belief I wasn’t capable of doing this work.

  • I had the belief that nothing could fix me.

  • I had the belief that this wouldn’t work for me.

  • I had the belief that things might get worse if I felt better.

  • I had the belief that I didn’t deserve to feel good.



  • I had the belief that I wasn’t good enough.

  • I had the belief that I was unworthy of love (or success, etc)

  • I had the belief that I was unwanted.

  • I had the belief that everyone would abandon me.

  • I had the belief that I was on my own.

  • I made my bed and I had to lay in it.

  • Other peoples’ feelings were more important than mine.

  • It wasn’t okay to ask for what I wanted.

  • I could never just do what I wanted.

  • It wasn’t okay to speak up for myself.



  • It was my job to take care of everyone.

  • It was my job to take care of everything.

  • If I wanted something done right, I had to do it myself.

  • My worth was dependent on how productive I was.

  • I had the belief that I always had to be the best.

  • It wasn’t okay for me to relax and do nothing.

  • I had the belief that laziness deserved to be punished.

  • I had the belief that it wasn’t okay to waste time.

  • I needed stress in order to stay motivated.

  • I had to be perfect to earn love.

  • I had the belief that I was _____. (ugly, fat, stupid, sick…)

  • I had the belief that i was a disappointment.

  • I believed that being busy equalled being worthy.



  • The rug would always be pulled out from under me.

  • If something bad could happen, it would.

  • Saying something positive would jinx it.

  • I had the belief that I was a worrier.

  • I believed that it wasn’t safe to be alone with my thoughts.

  • I believed that nothing good ever happened to me.

  • All good things came to an end.

  • I had the belief that life was hard.

  • I had the belief that I was cursed.

  • I had the belief that change was scary.

  • I had the belief that I couldn’t have what I wanted.

  • I had the belief that I was trapped.

  • I had the belief I’d be stuck here forever.

  • I had the belief there wasn’t enough time to _____.



  • I had the belief that nobody cared about me.

  • I had the belief that I was unimportant.

  • It was selfish to put myself first.

  • I had the belief that something was wrong with me.

  • I couldn’t be happy until _____was happy.

  • I had the belief that I needed to fix others.

  • I had the belief that I deserved to be punished.

  • I had the belief that I couldn’t do anything right.

  • People would see my mistakes and judge me.

  • I had the belief that I was a bad person.



  • I had the belief that people were bad.

  • I had the belief that I wasn’t safe.

  • I had the belief that life was attacking me.

  • I had the belief that I couldn’t count on others.

  • I had the belief that vulnerability was weakness.



  • I had the belief that I was better off alone.

  • I needed to hurt them before they could hurt me.

  • I’d never have a healthy relationship.

  • I had the belief that I wasn’t good enough for _____.

  • I had the belief that _____ wasn’t good enough for me.

  • I had the belief that the honeymoon phase should last forever.

  • I had the belief that men only wanted sex.

  • I had the belief that my value was in sex.

  • I had the belief that women only wanted money.

  • I had the belief that I couldn’t be happy alone.

  • I had the belief that men/women were… (fill in the blank.)

  • I had the belief that relationships always…(fill in the blank.)



  • I couldn’t make a decent living by doing what I loved.

  • I had the belief that I was wasting my life.

  • I had the belief that I wasn’t living my purpose.

  • I was too old to have the life I wanted.


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