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Yes. Masters, which account for about 4% of the population, are accurate about 99% of the time.

Yes. Experts, which account for about 16% of the population, are accurate about 96% of the time.

Yes. Pros, which account for about 60% of the population, are accurate about 80% of the time.

Yes, Students, which account for about 16% of the population, are accurate about 36% of the time.

Yes, Novices, which account for about 4% of the population, are accurate less than 20% of the time.

No, people who do not use them or understand them are not accurate very much at all.


Here's the rest of the story:

About 80% of all primary care physicians are less than 40% accurate when they make a diagnosis and writing you a prescription.

Less than 16% of all primary care physicians are more than 40% accurate when making a diagnosis and writing you a prescription.

About 4% of primary care physicians are more than 50% accurate when making a diagnosis and writing a prescription. What that means is 96% of all primary care physicians are less than 50% accurate.

You Can Do Better Than That

You can Teach Your Clients to do Better Than That

We're going to show you how to become accurate more than 80% of the time. That also means we're going to show you how to teach your clients to become more that 80% accurate with their own diagnosis and prescriptions.

That bears repeating:

You're going to learn how to teach your clients to become more than 80% accurate for themselves.

How Can I Prove How Accurate I Am?


Play Inside-The-House Hide and Seek.

This requires you to have a friend hide any size object for you to find. The rules are your friend may hide the object in, under or over, below or above anything in any room of the house. Then your friend times you until you find it.

This sounds impossible, but you'll be surprised at how quickly you will be able to find any object in the house in under a minute with practice.

Suggestions to get Started:


1. It works best if you're both validating your coaching tools and you trade off being the seeker and hider.

2. In the beginning you can help each other by responding to opinions. For example: "I believe the target object is in this room." The correct answer is either: "Yes it is" or "No, it is not." Giving too much information usually proves to be a mistake because the Seeker depends on your answers instead of communicating with his or her subconscious mind as requested.

3. It helps to support each other. Reminding each other to "tune in" is usually helpful. Sometimes, it helps to be reminded to breathe deeply, become calm and peaceful, enjoy and be happy with our successes. It helps to be reminded we did a good job. It helps if we tell ourselves these things too.

4. In the beginning start with only one or two rooms. Add more rooms as the Seeker requests -- as the Seeker becomes more competent at "tuning in" to the target object.

Suggestions for the Seeker:


1. In the beginning we suggest you use the looped fingers, finger pull or pendulum exclusively until you can find any object in the house in less than three minutes. But if you want to use the thumbs up or lean empowering tools, there no reason you shouldn't.

2. After that your skills will improve more quickly than before. So practice all of the tools you want to use yourself and teach your clients to use.

3. Don't worry about accuracy in the beginning. Let your mistakes go and concentrate on finding the hidden object.

4. In the beginning you will be tempted to guess a lot. As you become confident in your own subconscious mind, you will stop guessing and begin to "know" where the object is hiding.

5. If there's one best suggestion, it is to "not think" while practicing. Let your mind go as blank as possible and let your subconscious mind take control. The more you do this, the more accurate you will become and the less time it will take you to find the object.

6. If you are not getting any feelings about where the target object is hiding, take a few deep breaths, close your eyes and start asking your questions.

7. Appropriate questions to silently ask your own subconscious mind are:

Is the object in this room? Then perform the test indicated by the tool you're using.
Is the object on my right? left? behind? above? below? in front of me? Test after each question.
Is the object over? under? inside? anything? Test after each question.

8. When you get a positive result, in the beginning it's a good idea to keep testing other possibilities. You may get a second positive result. This means both results may be true, one result may be false and the other true, or both results may be false. Work with these options until you know how to identify a false negative and a false positive.

9. The secret of being a good Seeker is to ask questions, test and learn.

Advanced Suggestions for the Hider:


1. When hiding the object keep it hidden and move into every room of the house so the finder doesn't have a chance to "cheat."

The Seeker can't read your mind. So you need to name or describe the object the Seeker needs to find. In the beginning, it's best to show the Seeker the object to be found.

2. Use guile as the Hider. Carry some small objects with you. When you enter the "target" room, select any object in that room. Touch it, mentally send the message to that object that it is the target to be found. Keep this target in your mind and keep the other objects in your possession -- pockets are good hiding places. But don't do this too often or the Seeker will start "guessing" what you are doing instead of paying attention to his or her own subconscious mind.

When you use this kind of guile, you need to describe the hidden object well enough that the Seeker will recognize it when he or she sees it.

3. Challenge the Seeker when you're the Hider. Don't make it easy. Don't give any clues. Just observe. In the beginning it may take several minutes for the Seeker to find the target object. Time is not important as we're learning. When the Seeker announces the target incorrectly, merely say something like: "Wrong target." But celebrate when the Seeker announces the target correctly.

Final Comments:


1. Have fun, support yourself, accept your mistakes, forgive your mistakes, focus on finding the target, relax, remain calm and peaceful inside yourself, be happy for happiness improves our intuition, our connection with our own subconscious mind.

2. "Know" that everyone has the ability to become a Master at using these tools. That means that with practice you will be correct 96% of the time. Anybody can become a Pro and be right 80% of the time. You can teach anybody to become a Pro and be correct 80% of the time.

3. In the beginning, most of us are Novices and some of us are Students. In the end, all of us can become Experts if we keep practicing and Pros even if we don't keep practicing. The saying: "Use it or Lose it" is very true with it comes to tuning in and using your subconscious mind, higher self or intuition.

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