Removing The Cluster Of Belief Support Solves Personal Problems

by Houston Vetter - DocResults on July 28,

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One of our experts, Morty Lefkoe, recently wrote an article about three issues that people have a big challenge with and one of the things Morty let people know is that problems have a cluster of beliefs holding them in place. So if you want to get rid of anything that is troubling you regardless of whatever it is, please be aware that many different beliefs will need to be addressed to remove the problem for good.

The three problems that Morty addressed in his article were procrastination, fear of rejection and concern with the approval of others. He also points out that each problem has some of the same underlying beliefs that hold the unwanted energy in place.

Morty, unknowingly does what I do, he removes the energy charge that holds the beliefs in place. He also does not realize that is ultimately what he is doing so he addresses the problem from the verbal linguistical meaning side of things.  This is not a good thing or a bad thing and it really is effective. However it can take some time 20 minutes or so per belief or conditioning. Now I will admit taking an hour or two to remove a lifelong problem is still a great deal faster than taking pills or using traditional talk therapy.

Here is the cluster of belief support that hold procrastination, fear of rejection and concern with the approval of others in place. The list below is taken from Morty’s article

Procrastination:
•    Mistakes and failure are bad.
•    I’m not good enough.
•    Change is difficult.
•    What makes me good enough or important is having people think well of me.
•    Nothing I do is good enough.
•    I’m not capable.
•    I’m not competent.
•    If I make a mistake or fail I’ll be rejected.
•    I’m a failure.
•    I’m stupid.
•    I’m not worthy.
•    I’m powerless.
•    What makes me good enough or important is doing things perfectly.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with criticism and judgment.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with not meeting expectations.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with rejection.

Fear of rejection:
•    I’m not good enough.
•    Change is difficult.
•    I’m not important.
•    What makes me good enough/important is having people think well of me.
•    If I make a mistake or fail I’ll be rejected.
•    I’m not worthy.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with criticism and judgment.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with not meeting expectations.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with rejection.

Concern with the approval of others:
•    Mistakes and failure are bad.
•    I’m not good enough.
•    Change is difficult.
•    I’m not important.
•    What makes me good enough/important is having people think well of me.
•    I’m not worthy
•    If I make a mistake or fail I’ll be rejected.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with criticism and judgment.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with not meeting expectations.
•    Conditioning: Fear associated with rejection.
If you want to get over any of these problems or any of the resulting emotional pain of stress, worry, fear please contact me here
To Your Best,
Houston
Dr. Vetter – DocResults.com

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