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I(a)

- SENTENCES

A sentence, not otherwise a structure, which may be a question, a statement, or a declaration. A group of items may not be obviously related. The PSR list is an example of sentence structure items.

Why do I encumber myself?

- I obtain love when I need it.
- If despair comes, I won't be there.

There is never enough time!
- Please do not leave me.

I(b)

- ESR
EMOTIONAL STRESS RELEASE

The person thinks about anything stressful, past, present, future. The more real, vivid & detailed, the better. Always uses the same reflex points.

Client Specified:
- Studying & preparing for an Important exam.

l(c)

- PSR,
PERSONAL STRESS REDUCTION

The person thinks about something stressful, past, present, future. The more real, detailed, & vivid the better. Testing determines the reflex points.

Client Life Issue:
- My Grandmother just died. HK Tested from PSR List:
- HK is Easy!

II

- I AM / I FEEL

HK adapted the Barometer from One Brain. These HK items always come in pairs, just as matched on the Barometer. The first always begins with "I feel..."; the second with "I am...."

- I feel wounded.

- I am needed. or:
- I feel unloved

- I am safe.

III(a)

- BEING / NOT BEING X 1

A pair of items where the first is "Being" something, the second is "Not being" the same thing.

- Being in love
- Not being in love
or:
- Being unable to cope
- Not being unable to cope

III(b)

- BEING / NOT BEING X 2

A double pair of Being /Not being items, where the second pair is typically an opposite of the first pair. Opposite may mean Psychological, not dictionary, Opposite.

- Being emotionally close
- Not being emotionally close

- Being emotionally distant
- Not being emotionally distant

III(c)

- BEING / NOT BEING X 3

Three pairs of Being / Not being items, where typically the second pair is an opposite of the first pair and the third pair is yet another opposite of the first.

- Being dependent
- Not being dependent

- Being independent
- Not being independent

- Being free
- Not being free

III(d)

- BEING /
NOT BEING /
BEING NOT

A triplet of items where the first is "Being" something, the second is "Not being" the same thing, and the third is "being not" the same thing.

- Being satisfied
- Not being satisfied
- Being not satisfied
or:
- Being happy with my work
- Not being happy with my work

- Being not happy with my work

IV

- EXPERIENTIAL GERUND

Generally only a single word, a gerund (verb ending with -ing).

- existing
- knowing
- assuming
- yearning for

- clutching at

V(b)

- DIFFERENT GERUND
DIFFERENT TOPIC

Each item in the sub-group begins with a different gerund and each has a different topic. The entire group will relate to a single theme, however.

- understanding my power

- accepting the future
- knowing failure
- trusting others
- respecting women

V(c)

- DIFFERENT GERUND
COMMON TOPIC

The items in the sub-group all have the same topic, but begin with a different gerund. The entire group obviously relates to a single theme.

- trusting others
- accepting others
- recognizing others

- honoring others
- appreciating others

V(d)

- COMMON GERUND

CONCEPT
- COMMON TOPIC

The items in this group all have the same topic, and begin with the same gerund separated with a concept. The entire group obviously relates to a single theme.

Empowering insignificant challenge
- Empowering rushed challenge
- Empowering shameful challenge

Empowering changed challenge

Empowering satisfying challenge

V(e)

- CONCEPT / COMMON GERUND

COMMON TOPIC or

WORD

The items in the group all have the same topic, and a common gerund, but begin with a different concept. The entire group obviously relates to a single theme.

- Afraid of accepting change.

- Refusing accepting change.

- Seldom accepting change.

- Gladly accepting change.
- Never accepting change.

V(f)

- OTHER GERUND, TOPIC, CONCEPT SEQUENCES

These cover the other three–part sequences and variations of gerunds, topics, concepts, and commonality.

Gerund Topic Concept

Topic Concept Gerund

Concept Topic Gerund

Topic Gerund Concept

VI(a)

- CONCEPT / EXPERIENCE

One or more pairs of items, the first is always the abstract concept ("the dictionary definition"), the second the personal experience.

(idea of) fear
- (you yourself) being afraid
- (concept of) love
- (you yourself experiencing) love

VI(b)

- CONCEPT / EXPERIENCE / OTHERS

A triplet of items, like above, but with the third item relating to the experience of any individual or group.

- (idea of) understanding
- (you yourself) understanding

- (other people) understanding

VII(a)

- SYSTEMATIC DESENSITIZATION:
STRONG FEARS &
PHOBIAS

These corrections usually include several progressively closer steps. ( Still more items might be needed for this example!) Ordinarily, multiple items are needed to eliminate one phobia, or strong fear. This process is used sometimes for "ordinary" items (Systematic Desensitization).

- Think of a picture of a spider.

- Think of a spider in a cage.
- Think of a spider in this room.

- Think of being near a spider.

- Think of holding a spider.
- Hold a real spider.

VII(b)

- COMMON FEARS

Very common. Each item is for a different fear, although each item in a group may relate to a different aspect of the same fear topic. Opposites are common.

Fear:
- that I cannot be happy
- of happiness
- of being loved
- that people will not trust me

- of being trusted

VIII(a)

- I (NV)

These are groups of items with a common topic and different verbs, but all begin with / and use NV points for correction. There is an Integration Phase process.

- I am happy.
- I must be happy.

- I can be happy.
- I cannot be happy.

- I need to be happy.

VIII(b)

- I (other)

These might use the NV's, but more often will not. They are also a special case of the Sentences Structure, generally looking like I (NV's) but with a different object in each case.

- I graduated.
- I face danger daily.
or:
- I am understanding.
- I will be trustworthy.
- I can't determine my needs.

IX

- BODY PARTS

Simply the name of any given body part or function.

- my heart - digesting - toes

X

- NAMES / PEOPLE

The name of a specific person, title, or type of person.

- Mom
- Penelope
- authority figures

- dentist

XI

- PEOPLE / ME

A pair of items where the first is about other people, either generally or a specific group, and the second is about me. There could be a third item with a specific reference related to "me". (rare)

- People needing maturity
- Me needing maturity
or:
- Women wanting subordination
- Me wanting subordination
or:
- Others accepting defeat
- Me accepting defeat
or:
- People being nice
- Me being nice
- Me being nice to (name)

XII

- IMPERATIVE !

An imperative statement, typically only the verb and object—usually "me".

- Appreciate me!
- Enjoy yourself!
- Don't abandon me!

- Trust me!

XIII

- LINKED OPPOSITES

Each item includes an opposed pair of concepts, linked by the word "and". The first word is generally a percept, the second word a threat. The individual words do not TL ., only the
combination.

- peaceful and terrified

- loving and dissatisfied

- forgiving and alone
- appreciated and hurt
- validated and neglected

- involved and pressured

XIX

- FOCUSED THEME

A series of items, on a specific Theme, which is usually identified. The group of items is required, when one correction for the overall Theme would not suffice.

- attending class

- studying
- preparing for an exam
- taking an exam

XX

- MISCELLANEOUS CONCEPTS

Any concept, usually only one word. The overall group of items, however, does have a thematic connection.

- peace - play
- power - control

XXI

- WORD VIBRATIONS, SELF SPOKEN

Words which must be spoken out loud by the client for correcting. Neither hearing nor thinking the word works.

- powerful
- afraid
- bold
- appreciate

XXII(a)

- ADVERB PHRASE

Usually a short phrase beginning with an adverb.

- very lonely
- quite alarmed
- knowingly destructive

- unfeelingly sneaky
- appropriately numb

XXII(b)

- ADJECTIVE PHRASE

Usually a short phrase beginning with an adjective.

- weak man
- rich and famous

- ugly
- natural
- relaxing vacation

XXII(c)

- PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE

Usually a short phrase beginning with a preposition.

- for myself
- to others
- in love
- without hesitation

- out of fear

XXII(d)

- CONJUNCTIVE PHRASE

Usually a short phrase beginning with a conjunctive.

- if I can
- when I do
- and always alone
- but for now, I must not change

- however,

XXII(e)

- OTHER PHRASES

A phrase beginning with a structure not of adverbs, prepositions, adjectives or conjunctives.

- palindrome,

- alliteration,

etc.

XXIII

- INVERTED STRUCTURE

The verb part of the sentence or phrase comes last in this structure, while the other phrases come first.

- Strong I feel not.
- Jealousy I do.
- Envy I do have.
- Spiritual rebellion I do condone.

- In my life chaos I have.

XXIV

- WORD STRINGS

A sequence of words which on the surface appear almost random, but which have great significance unconsciously.

- empowering motivate betray panic
- fallible delight
- love surrender bliss
- pride trap

XXV

- FRAGMENTED THOUGHTS

A sequence in which there is a usually changing topic, a usually common topic, and overall sounds strange because of the fragmentation of thoughts. One part of the structure often seems like word strings while the rest seems normal.

- progress division of responsibility

- purpose expectation of responsibility
- pressure discontent with responsibility

OTHER

Any other Psychological Structure not yet described.

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