What is it all about?

February 18, 2017

You may have noticed from my previous posts that I'm very intrigued at the moment by how we create suffering for ourselves. Different approaches - mindfulness, buddhism or the work of Eckhart Tolle to name a few - refer to the ego as a source...

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5 ways to handle difficult emotions

July 29, 2015

How do you usually respond when you experience negative emotions, such as anger, fear or pain? Do you willingly embrace them or do you get frustrated and annoyed, trying to push them away? Does it work? Most of us try to fight those emotions when...

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How do you change your ego states with NLP?

January 23, 2014

In Transactional Analysis, we often talk about ego states. In a nutshell, that means that at any moment you behave either from the place of the child, which represents the emotions and behaviours you use to have when you were a child, the parent, where...

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Russian Dolls

September 4, 2013

I was reading a blog this morning on NLP and they mentioned how a lot of practitioners don't know what process or technique to use with their clients. Because they are focused on the processes rather than being focused on the person's needs. When I...

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5 ways to make better decisions

August 21, 2013

Do you find it sometimes difficult to make decisions? Have you ever been thinking that on one hand you would like to do something…but on another hand, there might be a better option? Today one of my clients looked very stressed when he arrived at...

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August 16, 2013

Do you find yourself postponing things you have to do? Like sending important emails, or making phone calls that have been on your to-do list for days?! Or even going to the gym, paying the bills or launching your business? Are you finding excuses to...

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When the quick phobia cure doesn’t work

August 1, 2013

Richard Bandler put together his fast phobia cure a few years ago and supposedly in 10 minutes manages to free people from their phobia. In my experience however – and the one of a few of my NLP colleagues, it’s rarely that straight forward. The...

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Quick fix or Temporary fix?

July 25, 2013

One of the common theme I find when looking at the NLP world is the quick fix approach. I was reading today a blog by one of the most respected NLP pioneer, Steve Andreas, on resolving hate and anger. And his first case study got...

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5 ways to lose weight with NLP

July 20, 2013

So, summer is apparently here :-) And you might have planned some sunny holidays soon, and it’s time to think of getting in shape to fit into your swimming suit. I often hear people talking about dieting a few weeks before holidays. And perhaps, you’ve...

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Healing your inner child

July 16, 2013

I’ve recently read a very interesting article by Andy Hunt on how what we learn as children is totally orientated towards our survival and safety. That got me thinking on the parts integration process I was talking about in my previous post and the origins...

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