This is a frequent and valid question I get from perspective clients for EPTworks. I want to know too. How long before I jump off this “gerbil wheel” that keeps me spinning in the repetitive, self-destructive habit I’ve lived with and been tired out by for years? My short answer is, “It depends.” EPTworks seeks to do two main things for this problem:
- Break, disconnect or neutralize the charge of old false beliefs you have held that make you keep going back to “do it again.”
- Establish a new belief for a new experience with a positive, life-sustaining charge connected to eternal, spiritual truths.
Most people get the feeling in the very first session of EPTworks that this therapy is powerful and meaningful to this process. Is that the conclusion of the journey for their process? Usually not, but for some it is enough to get the process going in the correct direction.
Often the popular articles on changing habits give a number of days (21, 30, 45, etc.) you must engage in your new habit to make it your experience and snuff out the old habit. This objective never worked for me because I thought that it was that simple. In my life experience this decision to hold to a good habit for X-number of days didn’t work. The energy shift and interruption that EPTworks interjected into breaking my old habit gave me a supportive link I wasn’t expecting. It is linked to brain chemicals and that can be driven by environmental and emotional habit.
Changing my destructive habits has been more like learning a language. For some people learning a new language comes faster than to others. EPTworks has been an efficient system to engage my mind in possibility I didn’t allow or know about. I started over 20 years ago with a fantastic awareness of freedom from an awful problem, and the uses and applications of EPTworks continues to grow in my life.
Regina Viars says