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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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Having your cake and eat it at the same time

July 10, 2013

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you want something but there’s a part of you that gets in the way? Such as having lots of work to do but procrastinating on social media instead?! Or being on a diet and not being...

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The cause of M.E

July 3, 2013

For a few years I have been working intensively with Chronic Fatigue and Chronic illnesses sufferers. M.E is quite an intriguing syndrome. It is called syndrome because it is not an illness, in the sense of it doesn't have any specific symptoms you systematically find...

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Counselling or NLP therapy?

June 28, 2013

Why would you choose NLP therapy rather than counselling or psychotherapy? Most clients I see in my practice bring up issues that could very well be treated via traditional talking therapy. Such as stress, anxiety, low self-esteem or even depression. In most cases, it only...

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What does the unconscious mind do?

June 24, 2013

In the NLP world, the unconscious mind refers to everything that is not under immediate conscious awareness or control. For example, you don’t consciously ask your heart to beat; or you don’t remember consciously to breathe every few seconds; Or to engage your digestive system...

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NLP or Hypnotherapy?

June 19, 2013

I often have been asked the question “what is the difference between NLP and Hypnotherapy”? It is actually quite difficult to answer as they aren’t easily defined and there are multiple ways to look at hypnosis and NLP. But I’m going to intend clarifying that...

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I don’t know

June 14, 2013

When I work with clients, I generally start my sessions by asking lots of questions to find out what their issues are and what they want to achieve through the work we’re doing together. Those Well Formed Outcome questions are a therapeutic tool per se,...

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