An Annual Gathering

2018 Hand-Outs

2018 Hand-Outs

The always delightful CJ Puotinen presented an updated and turbocharged difference in using EFT ‘cousin’ BSFF (Be Set Free Fast), which we saw her demonstrate efficiently and hilariously on Joe!  Here are the documents (manual, hand-outs, and other instructions) you can use to teach yourself the basics of this tidy way of reaching the body and the unconscious to bust old beliefs that no longer serve you.

She even includes a letter to each of you that attended our 2018 presentation: 

Greetings, Everyone —

    It was so nice seeing you at the conference weekend before last. Thanks for attending, and I hope you’ll be able to join us again next year.
    Here is some information from the Be Set Free Fast (BSFF) conference I attended last November with Larry Nims in Albuquerque. By practicing a little every few days you can reduce the time it takes to completely reprogram your subconscious mind in order to resolve a problem in just a few minutes. As the old saying goes, practice makes perfect.
    Most of the questions I received after the BSFF demonstration related to muscle testing and how best to do it, especially self-testing. I used to doubt my results so much that I simply didn’t do self-testing, but when completing Dr Bradley Nelson’s Emotion Code certification six years ago, I didn’t have a choice. Several of the one-on-one practice sessions that we had to document were phone sessions in which the practitioner tested himself or herself on the client’s behalf. Fortunately Dr Nelson offered a strategy for self-testing that worked well for me and it may for you as well. There are so many different self-testing methods that an online search can overwhelm you, but as you look at different methods, you’ll feel drawn to some and not to others. Dr Nelson suggests that you start with a method that makes sense to you. It should be easy for you to do and easy to remember. Once you decide to use it, he suggests spending two weeks practicing the method without asking it for information. In other words, spend time every day telling your body what you want a “yes” answer to feel like and what you want a “no” answer to feel like, repeating these motions until they become a muscle memory, a response you don’t have to think about. He recommends practicing each answer 100 times a day, which at first sounds like a lot but which in reality takes only two minutes. Think of it as the energy training equivalent of learning to play the piano (practicing scales before you try to play a tune) or practicing a basic golf swing before playing a game. Simply say, “This is a yes!” while doing whatever the motion involves. “When the answer is yes,” (repeat the motion), “this is what I want it to feel like. This is a yes (repeat the motion), this is a yes (repeat the motion), this is a yes…” and so on. Then switch to the “no” answer and say, “This is a no!” while doing whatever the motion involves. “When the answer is no” (repeat the motion), “this is what I want it to feel like. This is a no (repeat the motion), this is a no (repeat the motion),” and so on. It shouldn’t take more than two minutes to practice the “yes” answer 100 times, and same for the “no” answer. Then leave muscle self-testing alone until the next practice session
    Within a few days you’ll probably notice a shift or change in which you stop doubting your results and feel confident about them.. If you can practice for two or three minutes twice a day, that turning point will come even faster. Then, once you have a reliable “yes” and “no” response, you can check with your body (your subconscious mind) on your own behalf as well as on behalf of others when doing BSFF or any other technique.
    See the attached report from Dr Larry Nims about muscle testing, along with Larry’s notes and handouts from his recent training workshop.
    Please send any questions you may have about BSFF or muscle testing and I’ll do my best to answer them.
    With best wishes,
CJ Puotinen
Helena, Montana