At the end of last year, Tim Phizackerley, the developer of PSTEC (Percussive Suggestion Technique™ ), awarded me the title "PSTEC Master Practitioner". A few weeks ago, he announced this on one of his websites. When I read the article, I busted my buttons with pride, happiness and gratitude alike. Of course, nothing can keep me from joyfully posting his article on my blog - just to feel the happiness all over again! And I hope you'll share my joy with me! :-)
Master Practitioner and German Speakers
Sunny Van Vlijmen has been working to make PSTEC available in German and this should benefit a great many people. Her remarkable work has led to her being awarded PSTEC Master Practitioner.
As I mentioned in another PSTEC News posting, the attainment of Master Practitioner will ALWAYS be about action in terms of doing something extraordinary in moving PSTEC forward.
Sunny has been doing something really remarkable. She has had a passion to translate PSTEC into German.
Contrary to what many people may expect, translation is a hideously complex undertaking when it comes to PSTEC. I find the tracks hard to produce in English. Translation poses even more unique problems and as such I have been very careful in offering access to translate.
With my permission and with some considerable two way interaction and guidance, Sunny has worked tirelessly to translate PSTEC into German and also to build a German website so that PSTEC can reach even more people to help them.
For Sunny, this has meant learning and understanding EVERY aspect of the very special and hideously complex way that PSTEC tracks are constructed.
I’m personally grateful and amazed that Sunny has been able to make sense of my rather complicated tracks and render them in German. To say that this is a difficult task would be a massive understatement.
In fact it took Sunny more than a month of very hard work to create even just the free tracks in the German language.
Despite the difficulties she has carefully pieced every aspect together. And undaunted, she has persisted to work on the rest of PSTEC including the tutorials, so that it can be brought to German speakers around the World in the hopes it will help millions of people.
Few therapists would have been able to make sense of the complex formulas I use for creating these audio tools. Even fewer would have had the amazing tenacity it has taken to persist. Sunny is multilingual and has also proven to be hugely talented.
Because of this and because of the detailed conversations we have had about therapy, life, and also about the complex and often subtle aspects of translation, her knowledge of PSTEC is now totally unique.
With such dedication demonstrated over and over, this highly skilled therapist deserves the Master Practitioner qualification.
On a personal note I would also like to add that every aspect of Sunny’s communication has been a delight. She is a genuine pleasure to know.
Sunny can be reached here.