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Get Rid of Powerlessness Once and For All

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in Sliders, Time Line Therapy® | 2 comments

Get Rid of Powerlessness Once and For All

  I’ve written a number of different articles on the nature of mind manipulation which leads to lack of power, choice, decision, and overall an attitude of aimlessness in life. I have met many young and middle aged people who asked me “I don’t know what my purpose in life is, what do you think it is?” Now, think with me for a moment: they are asking me what is the purpose of their life! What’s that telling you? What is the presupposition here? Alternatively they share with me with concern that they also don’t know what...

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Surprising Findings… or Maybe Not

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in Sliders, Time Line Therapy® | 1 comment

Surprising Findings… or Maybe Not

Several students shared these three articles with me and although they are not unique – I’ve seen hundreds of these articles in the last few years – I had to pass them along in the context of thinking and thinking about thinking which, as most of you know, has occupied our attention lately. Big blow to statin drugs market as scientists discover LDL cholesterol isn’t the ‘bad guy’ after all 1162 Lawsuits Filed Against Pfizer for Damages due to Lipitor Senior Government Scientist Breaks 13 Years’ Silence on CDC’s...

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10 Limiting Beliefs You Should Give Up to Be Happy

Posted by on Jul 10, 2017 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 4 comments

10 Limiting Beliefs You Should Give Up to Be Happy

  Time Line Therapy® is a set of easy techniques that allow you to let go, and remove completely Negative Emotions and Limiting Beliefs as well as Limiting Decisions from the past.   This seems to be not so important right? Who cares? It happened in the past! But what you may not have considered is that your past experiences make you who you are today! You act and react to life situations today based on all accumulated experience from the past and this is a good thing. However, your behavior today is not based on your Negative...

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Why People Have Trouble with the Truth – Part 3

Posted by on Jul 10, 2017 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 1 comment

Why People Have Trouble with the Truth – Part 3

  In Part 1 and Part 2 of this article we talked about mind’s ability to get very quickly into denial rather than accept an uncomfortable truth and we also proposed some ideas as to why this happens. No, we did not assume there is any “psychological disturbance” present. We took another direction, and we discussed Values, Values levels transitions and different ways of thinking which create behaviors – one of the resultant behaviors and modes of thinking would result in denial.   Awakening? Or Transition to Values Level 5? That...

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6 Ways You Should NOT Protect Yourself against NLP

Posted by on Jul 3, 2017 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 2 comments

6 Ways You Should NOT Protect Yourself against NLP

  Browsing the web, I bumped into some “interesting” articles on the web about protecting yourself from NLP and how to do that. I said to myself – Cool! Let’s see! For some self-professed anti-NLP sites the issue has moved into high-gear. So, I thought it was high time to debunk the debunkers. If you have recently run into one of the anti-NLP sheep saying, “NLP is BAAAD,” be careful, you may be on the verge of throwing out the good with the bad. NLP has been used for good and for bad, as have all human institutions. I ask you...

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Mind Programming Part 3

Posted by on Jul 3, 2017 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 0 comments

What Everybody Ought to Know About Mind Programming Part 3

  In Part 1 of this article we talked about the ancient method of educating the mind called The Trivium Method and we described why it was important and reserved for the upper class of society and we described what it was. In Part 2 we discussed why without these basic skills the mind is left in darkness, without choice and most important without the ability to think critically and independently. we also put forth our opinion as to why many times the misguided notion that because NLP has been used by bad people for mind manipulation, that...

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Are Your Beliefs Your Own? What Can You Do To Own Your Thoughts

Posted by on Jun 26, 2017 in Adriana James Videos, NLP Coaching, Sliders | 0 comments

Are Your Beliefs Your Own? What Can You Do To Own Your Thoughts

A very informative video by Dr. Adriana James who poses some important questions: How do we know if our beliefs are our own? Why do we believe what we do? Where did they even come from?! Without paying attention we can leave ourselves open to manipulation and miss out on an abundance of choice and new possibilities!

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Mind Programming Part 2

Posted by on Jun 26, 2017 in NLP Coaching, Sliders | 0 comments

What Everybody Ought to Know About Mind Programming Part 2

  In Part 1 we touched some very interesting issues concerning the ancient system of education called The Trivium. They were comprised of three parts: grammar (oh yes, the much hated grammar), logic and rhetoric. In other words the ability to know how to organize words in speech and writing so that they create a certain result in the mind of the listener or reader, the ability to think critically about what you hear or read, and then to speak powerfully and persuasively about it. Keep in mind that only freemen were allowed to pursue this...

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Mind Programming Part 1

Posted by on Jun 19, 2017 in Featured Post, NLP Coaching | 0 comments

What Everybody Ought to Know About Mind Programming Part 1

  Since it is the end of the year and we’re right before the holidays, I would like to end this year’s set of articles with a three parts article about why it is so important for more people to learn NLP. So, here we go. Sometimes in our NLP trainings we mention an ancient method of education called the Trivium Method. Some of our students will remember this segment. This method was first established during Plato’s ancient Greece (as far as we can ascertain) and when learned and applied correctly leads to pure individual critical...

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NLP – Its Application in the Resolution of Workplace Conflict

Posted by on Jun 19, 2017 in Featured Post, NLP Coaching | 1 comment

NLP – Its Application in the Resolution of Workplace Conflict

By Sue Brereton – Guest Writer   The Costs of Conflict When researching workplace conflict I found most articles and papers cited that between 30–50% of a typical manager’s time is spent managing workplace conflict. They also said that the costs of organisational conflict include staff absenteeism, attrition and litigation expenses; coupled with these are the costs to productivity as a result of low morale and impaired decision making. The ongoing effect on some workplaces in relation to severe conflicts have led to...

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