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Posted On: 2006-06-08
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Hi this is Joan and this is episode 47 of The Prosperity Show. Thanks for tuning in. Today we're going to talk about something I call the power word technique. But before we get to that, our main site is prosperityplace.com where you can find lots of free information to help you improve your relationship with money and yourself. You can also find information about my book, "Build your Money Muscles - Simple Exercises for Improving your Relationship with Money." And today we're going to actually talk about something that's taken from the book, "Build Your Money Muscles," which is something I call the power word technique. Now let me give you a little background on this first. It's based on the energy psychology techniques which you may or may not have heard of. In the 1980s a psychologist named Roger Callahan put together what is known as the first energy psychology technique called thought-feel therapy, and then a fellow named Gary Craig came along and put together emotional freedom techniques, which was a simplified version of the techniques developed by Roger Callahan. And over the years there have been developments in this field. You might have heard of MDR, which is used by some psychologists for post-traumatic stress syndrome, and other kinds of treatments. And there's another one called be set free fast, or commonly BSFF, which was developed by a psychologist named Larry Nims, and about four years ago I was introduced to the technique, and really liked it and wound up writing the manual for the technique with Larry Nims. And I really like the technique, and I'll explain in a minute what it does. And when I wrote the book, "Build your Money Muscles," decided to simplify that into something called the power word technique. The idea behind BSFF and the power word technique is that your subconscious mind is a faithful servant and will do whatever you tell it. So what you tell it is that any time that you want to release some problems, discomfort, old beliefs, you're going to use this word that you create as a trigger and it will help in the clearing process. You don't even have to actually believe that it's going to work, but it does. And when I was first introduced to it, I had been doing a lot of emotional clearing and saw how effective both EFT and BSFF could be and one of the reasons I liked the BSFF, I know this is a lot of letters, was because you could do it in a very relaxed and meditative state. And the book BSFF has a very detailed account of how to create what we call the statements that are going to be treated. And it's a wonderful manual and it's especially recommended for anyone who is a psychologist or works with...

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