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NLP trained readers will notice the overlapping of senses that defines the moment and experience of being bullied. This overlapping of senses is then often associated with the surrounding area, the bully, the very location where bullying took place. In other words there is often a Synaesthesia and Anchor that has been created…. Engage in conversation with the child and carefully listen for their complex equivalence(s). Observe their behaviour, the pictures they draw, and the stories they read or tell. Whenever and where ever possible create counter examples, telling them metaphors and using any opportunities to reframe. Changing the complex equivalence is an ongoing process, not just for dealing with the event of being bullied, but also for many different challenging life experiences that we all experience as we are growing up. Since you now understand it may fundamentally be about Synaesthesia, Anchor and Complex Equivalence, you can work to separate out the Synaesthesia and change the sub-modalities. You can also collapse Anchors of the various associations, especially the location where bullying took place and the environment. Collapsing Anchors and change the Synaesthesia should be done as soon as possible.
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We have found that those of you who want to study NLP come from 3 main areas: Self development, Career and Coaching (others). The one thing common amongst most of them is their profound desire to better understand, work with, and change human experience and behaviour to achieve (and/or assist others to achieve) more of the life that they want. The list of vocations that we get includes: Coaches, Therapists, Entrepreneurs, Executives, Managers, HR specialists, [Read more...]
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NLP Café Brisbane How do we go about forgiving the unforgivable? Many people have said they couldn’t possibly forgive certain acts, certain ways they were treated; in fact it is irrational to forgive for some people. A rational person, when hurt, should react to protect themselves for as long as it is necessary to ensure survival, but at what cost? To forgive does not mean to forget. The challenge here is to forgive and learn [Read more...]