I have been working through the structured education program slowly, sometimes every day, sometimes I skip a day, sometimes I do two days at once. Just going at my own pace, sometimes I skip a day when I feel like I need a break. Then I've gone through Alan's program on this site. That one really spoke to me so I burned through it and now I'm going over it again. I also have read two of Dr. Sarno's books and now I have another book by Schubiner. Part of the problem with all of this is how I approach learning something new. I gather as much information as I possibly can and I read all of it. I'm trying to master the subject. I've always done this. As soon as I am interested in something or learn about something I feel the need, and sometimes pressure myself, to know as much as I can about it. This personality trait has served me well on certain things - I have a PhD in Physics and I am at the top of the field in my work. I really love to learn as much as I can about new things all the time. In this instance, however, it is not serving me well. I feel like it is stalling the real work that I need to do, but somehow I can't seem to stop myself. I feel like if I don't read something then I will miss some key thing that I have to do in order to get better. Any suggestions or advice to get myself off of this gathering stage and put aside the fear that I'm missing out on some key information?