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When Should You Trust Regression?

Hypnosis can increase the ability to visualize more vividly. For many people, ‘vivid’ is a submodality that can mean ‘real’. In other words, if a person remembers or imagines a scene vividly, it can seem more real to them. So, can we trust thoughts we have as a result of regression techniques? Or could they simply […]

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Mood & Reality

So, I was driving my van, and I noticed I was getting tense every time I had to make a left turn. Thinking back, I realized why. . . I used to drive my girlfriend’s car, and it had a tricky turn signal. Whenever you used the left turn signal, if you didn’t massage it […]

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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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Reframing: Simple Strategies

Reframing is the heart of NLP. Hypnotic suggestion results in reframing. Anchoring can cause reframing. 6-step reframing is, uhm, reframing. In the end, people come out of a successful session with a different perspective, or, “frame” about whatever they wanted help for. That frame can be conscious, unconscious, or both. Reframing can be particularly useful, when a […]

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Affect Bridge Example

Affect BridgeThe affect bridge is a quick, easy and powerful way to regress folks back to an event that left a lasting impression on them–good or bad. Most regression techniques are time-consuming, require a lengthy induction and a deep level of trance. The affect bridge is different. Imagine being able to get to the “root cause” of a problem in minutes. Would you like to know how? See a video demonstration of this powerful technique in…

Affect Bridge Example

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