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Update: January 2019

Make Your New Year's Resolution A Reality

from the Perelandra Question Line Duo

Dino on Scale

We're a week into the new year. How are you doing with that resolution? Already starting to slack off on the exercise? Considering lighting up again? Blowing off those dietary changes? Not exactly being a more courteous driver like you'd planned? Or just can't seem to stick to the new morning schedule you set?

You get the idea. If your gung-ho has done-gone, consider giving yourself the support of PIC — a comprehensive, simple way to find out which Perelandra Solutions and Essences you need to address whatever your concern.

On the Question Hot Line, we have the pleasure of hearing about your success with PIC List Testing. People are making progress on everything from overall daily balance to serious health issues, and the full range of "in-between" things like changing a bad habit, learning a new skill or recovering from a fall.

We also answer questions from folks who get stuck or feel overwhelmed. That led us to write two articles on PIC List Testing that take you through the process, step by easy step. It helped opened the door for many more people, and we hope it opens the door for you.

A few important notes first:

Dino on Treadmill

For those of you reading about PIC for the first time: "PIC" means "Perelandra Information Center." It is your resource for understanding and using the Perelandra Solutions and Essences, personalized to you.

For those who scanned through the PIC Booklet and assumed you need every bottle on hand to use PIC: Wrong. You do not need a single Essence or Solution in your home to get started. And once you start, you can order only the bottles you need.

For those who think you have to muscle test for PIC List Testing: Try not to let the name of the process throw you off. You do not need to know PKTT to test the PIC List, or to use any of PIC's resources. In the PIC Booklet, Machaelle explains how to use your intuition for testing. (But if you know kinesiology, use it!)

For those who think you have to address everything all at once: Stop that! Choose just one thing to address. You will be more successful in the long run by following through on just one issue, than by starting and stopping a bunch of different processes.

Today is the day. Now is the time. You can do this!

Start here:

Then, when you're ready:

If you get stuck or still find yourself overwhelmed, please give us a call on the Question Hot Line. We answer the line Wednesdays from 10 AM to 8 PM, eastern. And we will be more than happy to help you over that hurdle so you can make the most of PIC, or any of the Perelandra tools:

Question Hot Line
Wednesdays 10-8 ET


P.S. If you would like to visualize "what" or "who" you are asking when you activate PIC, picture yourself at the desk of the PIC Librarian.