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Confessions of an NLP Practitioner

Posted by on May 25, 2015 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 1 comment

Confessions of an NLP Practitioner

I received the following testimonial from one of our successful NLP and Time Line Therapy® Trainer graduates. In fact it is not directly from her but from one of her students which I do not know personally. Her name is Camelia Paduraru and based on the testimonial she forwarded to me and which you can read below, I can only say – congratulations Camelia. Well done! You are actually doing something for transforming this planet and making it a better place one person at the time! We’re very proud of you! When we read acknowledgments like...

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I Remember My Future

Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Sliders, Time Line Therapy® | 0 comments

I Remember My Future

By R. Michael Corral Guest writer We plan and create our futures, minutes, days, weeks and months in advance as we prepare a meal, plan our workdays, weekends and even our vacations. We are fully confident that it’s going to happen – and it does. As we begin to project further & further into the future however, it stretches our belief to its limit until we begin to doubt that it can actually happen. At this point, our self-talk goes something like: “if everything works out…” or “it would be nice...

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NLP Book Reviews

Posted by on May 24, 2015 in NLP Coaching | 0 comments

The Magic of NLP Demystified, Second Edition, by Byron Lewis M.A. The Magic of NLP Demystified simplifies Neuro Linguistic Programming and provides the facts from the observations and utilization of specific communicative behaviours. The book is in an easy to understand format that makes sense and can be applied practically to produce real world results in a person’s life. For this reason alone it makes the book a very valuable source of information for students, practitioners, business professionals, health professionals, therapists, sports...

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The Secret to Staying in Love Using NLP (Preferred) Representational Systems Part 2

Posted by on May 18, 2015 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 2 comments

The Secret to Staying in Love Using NLP (Preferred) Representational Systems Part 2

By Ricardo GomezBy Guest writer In part one, we discussed how to discover our partner’s representational system, and how not knowing that information can lead to a loss of communication that was easily obtained at the beginning of a relationship by using them all during the courting stage. This information I am sharing with you is part of the NLP Practitioner training. In this second part, I want to talk about how to bring that magic that a couple had at the beginning of the relationship back, by recreating the feelings that you had...

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The Hypnotic Power of Language to Manipulate Consciousness – Part 3

Posted by on May 18, 2015 in Hypnosis, Sliders | 0 comments

The Hypnotic Power of Language to Manipulate Consciousness – Part 3

This is Part 3 of a little series dedicated to the power of language to manipulate consciousness. You can read Part 1 and Part 2 here. At some point though after studying language as in NLP Linguistics I realized that I had no idea what the news was telling me. I could sense that in what they were saying something was not quite right. I could now recognize that the “news” had very little resemblance to my personal experience. The reader will remember in Part 1 and Part 2 we talked about experiential knowledge (which is acquired through...

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The Secret to Staying in Love Using NLP (Preferred) Representational Systems Part 1

Posted by on May 11, 2015 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 4 comments

The Secret to Staying in Love Using NLP (Preferred) Representational Systems Part 1

New relationships are full of surprises. They provide growth, excitement and a diversity of new experiences. I provided for you a simplified version of some of the NLP Practitioner techniques. Although this article combines NLP Representational Systems with strategy elicitation, it will help you learn new ways to improve your relationship. We feel lifted up by this connection, and we can’t wait to spend more time with each other. The other person seems to understand us more than anyone before, and all is full of promise. The mystery for many...

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The Hypnotic Power of Language to Manipulate Consciousness – Part 1

Posted by on May 4, 2015 in Featured Post, Hypnosis | 2 comments

The Hypnotic Power of Language to Manipulate Consciousness – Part 1

Perusing the web the other day, I stumbled across this article “Control the Language and You Control the Mind By Cognitive Dissonance” And since our name is Neuro Linguistic Programming and so much of what we do has to do with language and its intelligent and deliberate use, my interest perked immediately. I said to myself: “Here we go again. Language!” However not long into the article I encountered the following statement: “In essence the question was this; how do you think outside the box when your language and belief system have...

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How NLP Works

Posted by on Apr 27, 2015 in Featured Post, What Is NLP | 0 comments

How NLP Works

How does NLP work? Here is an answer, one page or less, to a common question in NLP. Did you ever wonder how NLP, Hypnosis and Time Line Therapy™ techniques work, and why they produce such great results? It may look like magic, but it’s not. It is the result of a very practical set of beliefs adopted by the client. So…how does it work? First of all the client suspends dis-belief. This is automatic—part of the process. Think about it. Have you ever been at a sporting event where one team was really kicking bum and the losing team was...

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Did You Notice? Each Values Level Has Its Own Language Part 3

Posted by on Apr 27, 2015 in Featured Post, NLP Coaching | 7 comments

Did You Notice? Each Values Level Has Its Own Language Part 3

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this article we analyzed the process by which words can be used for social engineering. The process involves taking an abstract word, substitute a new meaning for it or invent new words for the old meanings. We arrived at an interesting conclusion that could make us a little uneasy – that with the help of language you have separated two groups of people – those who are not “in the know” and those “in the know”. Now we’ll proceed to take a short example and to analyze the difference between the “old”...

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Did you Notice? Each Values Level Has Its Own Language Part 2

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Featured Post, NLP Coaching | 3 comments

Did you Notice? Each Values Level Has Its Own Language Part 2

In Part 1  we considered the meaning of words which is changing over time to suit different agendas; we also considered that complex equivalence (CEq) can be distorted and that it is actually one of the techniques of social engineering. The process involves taking an abstract word and you substitute a new meaning for it, while a certain “top group” like the stakeholders and the CEO of a corporation retain the true understanding of the real meaning. You can also invent new words for the old meanings and we will discuss this aspect a little...

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