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NLP & Ecology — More effective Therapuetic Interventions

Take ecology into account and boost the effectiveness of your work on yourself and your clients. Recently, I ran across a technique about dealing with people that you have negative feelings about. But this technique was missing something important — ecology! Let’s talk about how to spot a technique missing this important element, and how to […]

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4 Things About Ideomotor Responses Your Hypnosis Instructor Probably Didn’t Tell You

ideomotorWhat are ideomotor responses and how do you use them to help your clients? What are ways to amplify the positive results and expand your flexibility so you can help folks more effectively? When are you already doing ideomotor and not know it? What are ideosensory responses and why are they sometimes better than ideomotor responses?

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4 things about ideomotor responses your hypnosis instructor probably didn’t tell you

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2 Surprising Ways Internal Conflict Could Cost You Practically Everything

FlexibilityNLP “gurus” don’t have any personal problems, do they? Hear how one I discovered a pattern that has caused much pain in my life and what I’m doing to fix it. you can use the thoughts here to discover destructive patterns in your life and your client’s lives. Discover how integration can add flexibility and behavioral choices. Plus, learn how to play guitar — sort of — in …

2 Surprising Ways Internal Conflict Could Cost You Practically Everything

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How Does It All Work Together?

puzzleI get asked a lot about what technique to use when, how to use hypnotic language in a session, how do you apply anchoring and the meta model. In NLP trainings, techniques are often taught one-at-a-time and as discrete techniques. In sessions, there’s more improvisation. Many students are uncomfortable with that. Thus, teachers in the field promote authoritarian models where the therapist controls the whole process and has a regimen all laid out. But in my mind, the best healers work with what the client gives them. They respond — not dictate. They explore the client’s model of the world and help the client adjust their ideas, thoughts, beliefs and patterns until the client achieves their goal. How do you do that? Read

How Does It All Work Together?

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