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Super Learning, Improved Retention and Memory with PSTEC
PSTEC Interview – Carole Rafinetti

Carole talks about how PSTEC Positive helped her retain more of her studies, reading and also to learn a new language.

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Carole Rafinetti

In this audio, Carole will share:

  • How her brain seemed shut down to learning anything new but how she found the answer and the process for “opening up her mind” to not only new learning, but new experiences in life as well!
  • Her struggle with learning a new language and how PSTEC, again, opened her mind to more easily assimilate and retain her language learning.
  • The emotional issues that were in the way of learning and despite clearing the emotions, her learning issue was still present… find out what she did to finally transcend her learning barrier.
  • Some of the most beneficial concepts she learned from the PSTEC Positive Secrets package; such concepts as tipping points, softeners and creating correcting unrealistic PSTEC Positive Statements.
  • The key to her personal success in using PSTEC Positive to not only create ease for her in learning, but also allow her to enjoy and look forward to learning new materials as well as reading in general.

Thanks Carole for volunteering to share your priceless tips and experiences with us!

We appreciate you leaving your comments and appreciation for Carole down below…

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    • Stanley Halder
    • February 1, 2013

    Please mail me your advice for for better memory power and develop intelluctal

    1. Reply

      Hi Stanley, the purpose of the interview was to help advise as to one way in which PSTEC can be used to improve both of those things by offering a concrete example. Carole has kindly described the exact steps she has personally used and the remarkable results attained. They are not surprising to me though because psychologists have long known that belief and learning are closely linked. PSTEC Positive can be used to change beliefs extremely quickly but more than that it actually does so at the subconscious level. That is why when used with the correct suggestions it has worked so well for Carole. My suggestion is to listen to the interview and make notes. I have been working on PSTEC systems for memory nd learning but they are yet to be released. In the meantime my suggestion is to follow in Carole’s footsteps.

    • Denise
    • February 4, 2013

    This is a wonderful interview. I agree with Carole totally about PSTEC Positive Secrets unlocking many of the secrets to using the positive tracks as well as the click tracks. I found it enlightening. It really helped me when I had become stuck and quite disheartened. The difference between emotions and beliefs is difficult to understand but I keep trying and I know I need to keep re-reading and listening to the tutorials. It is clear from Carole’s experience that it is so important to keep going over the tutorials and to use PSTEC regularly and correctly. I have just started studying again at 52 so this came at a very good time for me! Thanks very much Jeff and Carole

      • Jeff Harding
      • February 5, 2013

      You’re always welcome, Denise! It is always my pleasure (I benefit just as much as those, like yourself, that listen) to help bring other people’s experiences, ideas and tips to the PSTEC Community to help everyone become excellent at using PSTEC for self-help and also as therapists! I agree with you and mahalo for emphasizing the value of PSTEC Positive Secrets (I can’t say enough) and continuing one’s studies of the PSTEC Tutorials because with extended PSTEC study comes better and better results! Again, mahalo nui, Denise for doing your personal work … I appreciate it! Aloha nui loa!

    • Glenn
    • April 24, 2013

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts and experiences. It’s very encouraging because you make it sound easy once we take the time to apply the PSTEC Tools correctly. I am motivated to experiment myself! Thank you once again.

    • bill hinchcliffe
    • November 22, 2014

    Hi Carole,
    I’ve just listened to your interview and have found it so helpful. I have recently moved to Spain and will be starting to learn the language soon. I will follow your steps as your issue with learning and retention seems to resonate with me. I will keep you informed of my progress
    Kind Regards

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