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Burris Institute -


Printing and Setting up Your Workbook

SR® Introduction

Step 1 - Emotional Checklist

Step 2 - Subconscious Perspective &

Empowering Questions

Step 3 – Subconscious Self-Image

Step 4 - The STOP and REPLACE System

Step 5 - The Heart of SR®

Step 6 - Food & Fitness Planner

Step 7 - TheTrance-Formation

Tab 8 - Maintenance

Copyright 2011

Adults -

Printing and Setting up Your Workbook

Printing: Check the Duplex (double sided) print option in the Properties tab of your printer. If you print the cover separately, (recommended) use the borderless printing option under Properties and then start your print of the rest of the document from page three. Thecover will look much better printed on photo glossy paper with your highest quality settings.

Binding: A one half inch ring notebook with a clear front for the cover will work the best. If you already have, a notebook you would like to put the document into that will work also.

Tab Set: You will need an eight tab set. Simply put the tab before each Step of the program. This willallow you to quickly reference any section.

Step 7 Audio: “The Trance-Formation” Step 7 Audio is available at Simply make an account and click on Step 7.

The Trance-Formation is the most powerful guided meditation you will ever experience and is based on the first six steps of program process of Subconscious Restructuring®. The greatest influence you will have on thesubconscious is when you are in a subconscious state. This is why it is imperative to meditate every day and within a structure which you have determined to work the best for you.

SR® Introduction

The SR® Difference

SR® is a focused, structured, scripted discipline with an integral progress tracker to Measure & Improve the clients’ emotional state, behavior and relationshipsatisfaction with a 22 point three instrument checklist.

The SR® Progress Tracker at automatically calculates whether you have improved, not improved or stayed the same in any date range and color codes the difference.

SR® does not depend on past history, labeling or observational, subjective measurement to fix or improve behavior. SR® goes straight to the problem andimmediately to the fix.

Measure & Improve

There are two critical components to the Measure & Improve equation of SR® which enables client and counselor to easily detect when a problem arises or when one has been affectively addressed.

One must first clearly define behavioral epidemiology (behavior cause and control) before one can claim to have an evidence-based behavioral healthsolution and the Burris Institute has defined this term by clearly answering seven key questions or KQ’s.

• KQ1. What determines an emotional state and human behavior?

• KQ2. How does the subconscious work?

• KQ3. What do all behavior disorders have in common?

• KQ4. What is the difference between brain, mind, conscious and subconscious?

• KQ5. What is the functionof the conscious and subconscious mind?

• KQ6. Is depression a disease or disorder?

• KQ7. Is depression caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain?

After a clear definition of behavioral epidemiology is established one can address the second component of the Measure & Improve equation and establish a clearly defined “evidence-based”

protocol to empower theclient and monitor the performance of a counselor or life coach. Three KQ’s define the term “evidence-based” behavioral health.

• KQ1. What is measured?

• KQ2. Why is it measured?

• KQ3. How is the data generated?

Answers to all of the above KQ’s can be found in the epidemiology section under SR® Intervention.

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