Understanding how PSTEC works is not necessary
in order to get results. Most people will discover it works anyway and this can be determined by using the free
process. This explanation is given mostly for therapists who want to understand why so many people find PSTEC so
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At it's most basic level, the PSTEC Click Track
audio technology provides a very powerful and repetitive pattern interrupt. Anyone familiar with the concept of
pattern interrupts will realise just how effective this can be of itself in dealing with anything "ingrained". This
is however just the first step. There is much more to the process and it works on many other levels (not all of
them covered here)
The percussive sounds on the audio perform very
specific functions the most important of which are listed below.
1) They create a concentrative and essentially
emotionally neutral state at very specific points on the track.
2) They repetitively anchor the concentrative
mental state being experienced (at the appropriate times) and those anchors are then used as a direct means to
obliterate the problem feelings (at other points on the track).
3) The percussive sounds are designed to
maintain a level of user focus on the problem in a specific way and by very careful timing this also provides an
effective critical factor bypass at important moments.
There are three primary sound anchors and these
all perform the function mentioned above. Having three working in unison means that each one backs up the
functioning of the other.
The tone is actually two tones played together
as one. This has been done for two reasons. This is partly to make it easier for anyone with a hearing impairment.
The second and more significant reason is so as to provide at least one anchoring stimulus which is completely
outside of conscious awareness.
The frequency of the clicks was initially
optimised by educated guesswork and then fine tuned by means of experimentation. I now use an algorithmic process
to determine the precise timing for each sound in relation to the spoken content. This careful timing is absolutely
crucial for the tracks to work in the way that they do, and successive generations of the track have become ever
more powerful as the algorithm has been improved.
The primary reason for using sounds to trigger
physical actions, aside from the reasons already mentioned above is that the anchoring process is not just
acoustic. It is also tactile and muscular. There is another very important reason for using sounds rather than
something such as a visual stimulus and this relates to the speed with which the brain processes these relative
types of information. A visual stimulus would be too fast.
The suggestions on the track are given in very
specific way so as to deliver the maximum new linguistic programming to the subconscious mind in any given play of
the track. (Whilst most people do not realise it, the interpretation of language is fundamental to the way in which
people build their internal realities.)
The suggestions are cyclic and are used in such
a way as to create what I would describe as being a "leak proof linguistic matrix". This language is much like a
contract in as much as it specifies things comprehensively. Processing is enhanced by the fact that the user
experiences what is being suggested which provides direct and immediate corroboration.
I have considered carefully what neuroscientists
believe to be required for new neural connections to be made and this has been factored into the structuring of the
process. Because people vary significantly there are additional repetitions over and above what should be