Posts tagged NLP
NLP examines our emotions, and asks us to think more carefully about why these emotions are arising. If we feel angry, or upset, happy or sad, it may seem obvious as to why the reason. We then go ahead and try and fix this problem as best we can. The problem is, sometimes we misread our emotional signals, ignore them, or cover up the real reasons behind why we feel that way.
Motivation plays an important part in Neuro-linguistic programming principals. It is certainly the case that More >
By David Molden
I have been a proponent of NLP since 1992, and an early adopter of NLP training in the company where I was National Service and Training Manager. It was a place where forward thinking, confident people thrived and created rapid growth. The most competitive were the first to seek out NLP to help them succeed. Initially these were the sales executives looking for anything to give them the edge in a highly competitive marketplace. They were soon followed by marketing and management teams.
“I Didn’t Deserve That” He Cries by: Roseanna Leaton
In one way it can be seen to be very positive – You’ve hit a golf shot which didn’t quite work, but you’ve chosen to believe that it’s not your fault that it was a bit of a duff, and therefore your confidence in your golfing ability remains robustly intact.
The other way of analyzing your shot is not quite as positive. The implication of this wording is More >
Mind Yourself! by: Karen Hastings, Hertfordshire
The intention is good, I decide to take myself out for a walk in the beautiful woods surrounding the village where I live, to refresh my mind and get some exercise. It’s usually on the way back that I realise that I’ve hardly noticed my surroundings and have often been focused on the next activity in my day, thinking something along the lines of ‘I’ll just get this walk done and then I will go shopping”. Does this sound familiar?
Unleashing The Power Of Hypnosis And NLP By Charles Steed
Neuro Linguistic Programming and hypnosis are often shrouded in mystery and highly misunderstood. What are they? What can we do with them? First, they are methods for rapid behavior change in humans, tools. And like anything else under the sun, what we do with them depends on our intentions.
I’ve read Blog comments demonizing NLP because it’s sometimes used in clandestine ways to manipulate people. The person commenting went on to say that hypnosis and NLP were the work of the devil and anyone using them was wicked and not to be More >
Lessons Of A Maori Seer by: Hirini Reedy
We all know that the power of our beliefs shape our lives. They shape what we do and ultimately achieve. Your beliefs are not obvious. Yet they influence what you like and dislike. They make you laugh or cry. They can create heaven and hell on earth. They determine ultimately what you think is possible or impossible.
… adapted from the Maori people of New Zealand.
[... This] story is adapted from a true event that occurred in the Rotorua region, New Zealand in the early 1800s. It concerns a Maori tohunga (seer) and an missionary. The Christian More >
What Are NLP Anchors?
With reference to hypnosis and NLP, anchoring is a simple yet extremely powerful persuasion technique. But to limit its use exclusively to persuasion would be a mistake. Anchoring is a fundamental part of NLP that is the primary ingredient for many useful rapid-change procedures.
The roots of anchoring run throughout human history but were probably officially identified and explained with Pavlov’s experiments with dogs. During the 1890s scientist Ivan Pavlov was conducting gastric function experiments with dogs to gather More >
Do You Have a Habit Hard To Break? by: Terje Brooks Ellingsen
If You have a habit hard to break it means that you’re currently lacking control over a certain behavior or set of behaviors in a type of situation. The first question that comes to my mind is: How do we really create a habit – bad or good? A habit is not created the first time we do it. The clue here is repetition; we create a habit by repeating it. And the more we repeat it the more resistant it becomes.
Using Neuro Linguistic Programming In Your Hypnosis Practice by: Shawn Carson
I am a little unusual, though by no means unique, in coming to hypnosis through NLP. I remember one occasion early on during my NGH training: I asked a question using my “NLP vocabulary”, which is sometimes very different from “hypnosis vocabulary”. My instructor, Melissa Tiers, is herself an NLP Master Practitioner and she patiently “translated” my “foreign language” for the benefit if the rest of the class. Afterwards she took me aside and told me to carefully explain any non-hypnosis terms for the non-NLP’ers.
As More >
With a bit of self awareness it’s not hard to see which one we are: Talkers do just that, they just talk…. and talk……..and talk. Talkers put up with others speaking just long enough for them to be able to unload what it is they want to say, normally their opinion on to the other person.
Talkers wait for a pause in the conversation so they More >