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Has Hypnosis Finally Been Vindicated by Neuroscience? (via @NYMag) - Has Hypnosis Finally Been Vindicated by Neuroscience? Hypnotizability … is modestly correlated with absorption, a personality construct reflecting a disposition to enter states of narrowed or expanded attention and a blurring of boundaries between oneself and the object of perception,” writes John F. Kihlstrom, a psychologist at the University of California, Berkeley, in a 2013 paper in Cortex. “Absorption, in turn, is related to ‘openness to experience,’ one of the ‘Big Five” dimensions of personality.”
If you’re not comfortable within yourself, you can’t be comfortable with others - if you’re not comfortable within yourself, you can’t be comfortable with others
Happiness depends upon ourselves - “Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” ― Dalai Lama XIV
Bird on peach blossom, West Lake 西湖 (West of Shanghai, China) Developing Gratitude – 3 little techniques I use for myself and clients – part 3 - Practice changing your thinking. Yes, there are things in life that we just get frustrated and want to vent! Understand that ultimately, the longer these stressful emotions linger the more damage it is doing to you.
Bird on peach blossom, West Lake 西湖 (West of Shanghai, China) Developing Gratitude – 3 little techniques I use for myself and clients – part 2 - If you have a biofeedback machine like HeartMath.... If you do not have a biofeedback machine, just breathe in and out on five counts and visualise
Bird on peach blossom, West Lake 西湖 (West of Shanghai, China) Developing Gratitude – 3 little techniques I use for myself and my clients – part 1 - This was re-posted from Facebook by request. (See Part 2 and Part 3) Following from a post on gratitude, here is what I had promised to share with you. The key is to really develop a deep sense of gratitude …
Did you notice where the author of this sign places children in relation to dogs and other animals? 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 7) - 7 You may have already learned about the drivers for brainwashing from the introduction to this series, Exit Minders, Silence equates to Agreement (not), Losing Friends, Lack of Substance in previous posts… – this post continues with the seventh of …
12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 6) - 6 You may have already learned about the Exit Minders, Silence equates to Agreement (not), Losing Friends, Lack of Substance in previous posts… this post continues with the sixth of the 12 things you should know and what you can …
12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 5) - Exit Minders; Silence equates to Agreement (not); Am I the only one who is thinking this?
Dealing with Alcohol Related Violence - There have been discussions ongoing for a proposal to have earlier shutting hours to prevent Alcohol Related Violence. This post proposes an alternative to create discussion about the issue. My proposal centers around modifying the behaviour in a few places …
12 things you should know to avoid being brain-washed (Part 4) - Lose your friends - Many attendees lose their own friends and family through the pressure to supply 'friends' as potential purchasers of the training or event, or to become followers of the cause.
The Seven Social Sins - The Seven Social Sins are: Wealth without work. Pleasure without conscience. Knowledge without character. Commerce without morality. Science without humanity. Worship without sacrifice. Politics without principle. From a sermon given by Frederick Lewis Donaldson in Westminster Abbey, London, on March …
12 things you should know to avoid being brain-washed (Part 3) - Loyalty and allegiances; Projecting the Perfect Leader; Long Sessions, but is there any substance?
meaning in life - ...facing a fate he cannot change, may rise above himself, may grow beyond himself, and by so doing change himself - Viktor Frankl
Lone fruit, on a tree Wu Taihu Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication - Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Leonardo da Vinci See Also…
Creating one’s own world - To create one’s own world takes courage. Georgia O’Keeffe       Image: http://www.mylifetime.com/movies/georgia-okeeffe
Complexity is always failed Simplicity - This, for me is a profound sentence of only 5 words… Complexity is always failed simplicity Edward De Bono, author of many books, including Simplicity (2010) p42, where this quote came from. The Laws of Simplicity I found this profound …
12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 2) - Specifics - What happened at the event you went to? Few people can describe what they have learned - "you have to be there, I can't explain..." Research states: nonspecific effects of expectancy and response sets may account for positive outcomes
12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 1) - Awareness - Read. Be aware of what you are planning to attend, research the organisation. What you can do if you are being asked to go to an event, considering an event or someone who is wanting to sell to you.
12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (References) - Brainwashing Reference Material, transcriptions of LGAT events, what's banned in some countries, about de-programmers, Cult watch, Cult truth, abusive churches, recovery programs, stories in full from Cult Awareness and Information Centre (CAIC), TED, Cults, Sects, and New Religious Movements, Resources for Recovery from Destructive Cults and Groups
12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Introduction) - Introduction - where people overspend, waste their life and get hurt, looking out for others to guard against being brainwashed, includes signs and tips for what you can do
Let's feel grateful for life. Don't focus what is not working Quick Tip for a better life: Access that Safe Feeling and Take One Step at a Time - Life often does not always work out the way we wanted and there are bumps that might trip us over... Use the Power of your Brain to Turn Things Around, Step by Step
Wallaby and Joey at Armstrong Creek, Queensland, Australia 6 Steps to Embrace a New Start! - We want things to stay the same, but get better... Understanding why we hold on to the old... Resolving the past and embracing the new is like... Full details of the 6 step process...
Do we have a destiny? - ...what are you telling yourself all the time? What dialog goes on, passing comment about people, possibilities, things you have not done, things you need to do, words said to you moments ago or ages ago? Here is a process that is simple to follow, but can be both quite revealing and life changing.
Did You Build Your Own Identity? - . do (you) have a realistic view of who you are and feel you have no say in shaping your life? This is an entrapment that can be broken free from. Start by asking some simple questions to challenge your perception about yourself
Leadership is intentional influence - “Leadership is intentional influence.” – Michael McKinney
Excellence is a habit - We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. ~ Aristotle
What direction are your dominating thoughts? - The mind moves in the direction of our currently dominating thought. ~ Earl Nightingale
We are never alone - We are only 10% human We are an ecology, a collective; 90% of our cells are micro-biome, or various forms of bacteria. We are only 10% human. One of the most significant aspects of this is that our “health” is …
Expression through sand in Ukraine - With art being pushed from every angle, it is a wonder that this sand art has not happened earlier, as it is low tech apart from speeding up the process by filming. An amazingly simple communication method. The story of …
How much can an extra hour’s sleep change you? - What they discovered is that when the volunteers cut back from seven-and-a-half to six-and-a-half hours' sleep a night, genes that are associated with processes like inflammation, immune response and response to stress became more active. The team also saw increases in the activity of genes associated with diabetes and risk of cancer. The reverse happened when the volunteers added an hour of sleep.
The Brain Science Behind Gut Decisions - ...carries the information from the intestines, heart, muscles and bones upward from the spinal cord. As it comes up, part of it goes to the deepest part of the brain called the brainstem, which influences our heart rate and respiration. Also a twig of it will go over to an area called the hypothalamus, where it will govern what to do with our endocrine system, and influence your hormonal environment....
What we think we become - All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become. ~ The Buddha
FastCompany.com: Do Brainpower Apps Really Make You Smarter? - Cognitive fitness software companies like Fit Brains and Lumosity are booming businesses. But whether brain games are the remedy for mental dullness and even disease, or mere digital snake oil, is hotly debated.... ..."If you are doing brain training for 10 hours a week, that is 10 hours a week you are not doing something else, like exercising, Zach Hambrick, an associate professor of psychology who worked on the Georgia Tech study, told The New Yorker. "It also gives people false hope, especially older adults for whom this is a big concern."... What cognitive training pretty clearly won't provide is a silver bullet to fight off brain decay. A healthy social life certainly wouldn't hurt, and neither would an appreciation for a good book. Even Hurley admits that "physical exercise is perhaps the best-proved method for improving cognitive function in older people."
Overcome bad luck - “The only good luck many great men ever had was being born with the ability and determination to overcome bad luck.” ~ Channing Pollock
5 reasons why you shouldn’t work too hard - Recommended Article: 5 reasons why you shouldn’t work too hard By: Brigid Schulte “Why do we work so hard?” actor Neal McDonough asks in a commercial for a luxury car. ….remember that inspiration comes in the shower, on a walk, …
Placebo – Medicine in our minds - They are the miracle pills that shouldn't really do anything. Placebos come in all shapes and sizes, but they contain no active ingredient. And yet, mysteriously, they often seem to work...... Except that Paul hadn't been given his medication - he'd been given a placebo.
…what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better - ...what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better...
The Inner Game of Success – Change Self-Image Process - Did you know that how you see yourself might just be the key to your personal success? Because you are communicating about who you are to you on the inside all of the time and this "Self Image" is what your unconscious sees every second, every minute, every day, even when you are a sleep and at work, to help you maintain that image....
The Golden Ratio - researches the influences around unconscious reactions to people and objects and looks at where both our own preferences and the potential for universal or overriding preferences fit in.... tested on everyday objects - iPad mini was the first of the Apple iPhone/iPod/iPad family to be constructed according to the Golden Ratio.
Exercise your right to choose - What sets humans apart from other intelligent animals on earth, based on our current understanding, is our ability to think and use language to express our thoughts. When we use our language to ask key questions, we discover things, uncover thoughts and ideas that we never considered before, and a new path that might just lead you to another oasis, full of richness and opportunities.... The Path to Freedom
Modelling Success Quick Tip 1: It Can Be Very Simple! - It is not the "Success" you are modelling, it is the behaviour/s or habits that make them the success that you are modelling!...So far I have had a few ups and downs, but getting better every day and the rewards are worth it! I am sure if I can see what is happening in my brain, the new habit is overwriting my old habit and the more I do it, the stronger the new habit becomes...
Quick Tip: Learn and Create Solutions Faster - Studies show that sketching and doodling improve our comprehension -- and our creative thinking. So why do we still feel embarrassed when we're caught doodling in a meeting? Sunni Brown says: Doodlers, unite!
How much sleep do you need? Your sleep pattern - to perform well, you need to be in a state of readiness, which includes every aspect of your well-being. One of the most important factors that will be impacting on your "State of Readiness" and flexibility is sleep. Sleep journal reports the findings, based on 1.5m people in 16 studies.... iPhone App
Healing and deep bond with your daughter can start with a poem - By Sonya Yeh Spencer, ITA Certified New Code and Classic Code NLP Trainer and Change Agent Are you a Mum and have a daughter? Do you want to pass down strong and powerful messages that builds your daughter’s self esteem and wanting to heal your own?   To help grow our daughters into healthy, maturer and happy young woman to have a great life of her own, we mothers need to start by healing our own hurts and build our own self esteem. You can start by reading this poem with your daughters: Self-Esteem by Virginia Satir I AM ME …
Break Free from your Blind Spot in Five Steps - Our "Blind Spot" keeps us in the invisible cage! It stop us from growing and developing and living the life we want! Every day I look for opportunities to identify my blind spot and I take 100% responsibility to break through it! The thought of staying in the invisible cage is unbearable, the consequence of not breaking from it, is unthinkable. Can you afford not to break free? Not to live the life you want? Not to realise your potential?
Ethos (Video Documentary Review) - Too often the media celebrates aspects of our society that belong in the dark ages, while at the same time ignoring or ridiculing progressive thinking or ideas. Many aspects of the way our systems work almost guarantee our destruction as a society and that's what this film is about. Ethos, the Movie examines the flaws in our systems, and the mechanisms that work against democracy and the environment. From conflicts of interests in politics and unregulated corporate power, to a news media that serves the interests of powerful elites; ETHOS explores the systems that lead us into over consumption and warfare.
Travels to the Edge (timelapse video during filming) - 6 years, 7 continents, 24 countries, 1 mega time lapse video OVER SIX YEARS, Sean F. White traveled around the world, capturing time lapses of some of the most recognizable locations on the planet, including clips from 24 countries on …
Early Bird Fee offer ends this week - NLP that Creates Every Day Magic + our specially designed program to help you Apply NLP for Health, Wealth and Success! This is the program that we have used for our private coaching clients and ourselves over the years to create Health, Wealth and Success
Intention is Everything - ...there is however, a pattern we can follow to fully explore intentions. The more we consider our activities from an intention stand-point, the better the outcomes and consequences will be for ourselves and those around us. From an NLP stand-point, we would use the Intentions, Outcomes and Consequences pattern to uncover the Intentions and even the intentions of those intentions, the potential outcomes, and the consequences both positive and negative, visit all three of these to gain more insight and adjust ourselves. The Intentions, Outcomes and Consequences pattern is a process that allows...
Quick Tip: Learn and Create Solutions Faster - Studies show that sketching and doodling improve our comprehension -- and our creative thinking. So why do we still feel embarrassed when we're caught doodling in a meeting? Sunni Brown says: Doodlers, unite!
Be On the “Bright Side of the Moon” - Be On the “Bright Side of the Moon” By Sonya Yeh Spencer, ITA NLP Trainer, Coach & Facilitator I remember some twenty years ago listening to Pink Floyd’s eighth album “Dark Side of The Moon”, and the lyrics haunted me …
Abnormalities in the brain may make some people more likely to become drug addicts - Abnormalities in the brain may make some people more likely to become drug addicts, according to scientists at the University of Cambridge. They found the same differences in the brains of addicts and their non-addicted brothers and sisters. The BBC’s …
Right Brain vs Left Brain - Brain Tests LEFT BRAIN FUNCTIONS uses logic detail oriented facts rule words and language present and past math and science can comprehend knowing acknowledges order/pattern perception knows object name reality based forms strategies practical safe — RIGHT BRAIN FUNCTIONS uses …
Why Your Brain Needs Water - Why Your Brain Needs Water Years of research have found that when we’re parched, we have more difficulty keeping our attention focused. Dehydration can impair short-term memory function and the recall of long-term memory. The ability to perform mental arithmetic, like calculating whether or not you’ll be late for work if you hit snooze for another 15 minutes, is compromised when your fluids are low. To put the water requirements in perspective: The average adult brain is 1.3 to 1.4kg and is approx 2% (obviously varies) of the overall weight of the adult human. The brain is 70-80% water and …
Secrets of Positive Feedback - [For more, visit the Communication Insight Center.] Have you ever noticed how a pat on the back makes you feel...
Not in Three Lifetimes: Balancing the ‘To Do’ List - A self-reflective discussion of "workaholism," managing time, the work-life balance, and a mechanism for prioritizing the "to do" list.
Your Communications May Not Be Communicating - [For more, visit the Communication Insight Center.] Have you ever been in an organization where communication was not an issue?...
2011/Jan-Feb - 2011, what a significant year already 2011 has got all the glaring signs of an unforgettable year! We really hope that you and your family are safe and sound, wherever you are while reading our first newsletter for this year – 2011. The library room where we normally meet for NLP Café in Brisbane (in New Farm) was affected by the flood, but is now Ok. Appetite, with an opinion of attaining, is called hope; the same, without such opinion, despair. Thomas Hobbes (1588 – 1679) There are Silver Linings in Life We are certainly very grateful that amidst all the challenges …
Dealing with Crisis – Part I: From Haze to Clarity in 8 steps - This first part of a multi part series will help you and others to overcome the initial shock and various emotions and to start gaining clarity again.  This is the first step to recovery.  This is the process that we have used over the years to help others dealing with grief and dramatic changes in life and we are sharing what we know with you in the hope that it can bring benefits to you and those around you.
Hello World from For Your Emergence - Welcome to For Your Emergence which is a Blog. The pre-2011 content of this blog started out as the Blog NLP for your emergence, which was living on our company website – http://blue-skytransformation.com. We have now given it a new home so that it can be referenced more directly. Happy browsing.
Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us - Daniel Pink provides concrete examples of how intrinsic motivation functions both at home and in the workplace. View a video of Dan Pink’s talk at the RSA that inspired this animation.
The Secret Powers of Time - Professor Philip Zimbardo conveys how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being. Time influences who we are as a person, how we view relationships and how we act in the world. View the full video of …
How quickly can you start relaxing and change your response? - By Sonya Yeh Spencer, Certified ITA NLP Trainer, Advanced NLP Coach Have you ever been in a situation that you need to calm down and change your responses quickly to make sure things don’t get out of hand? Maybe you have wanted to find ways to quickly relax after a very intense day or event? Many of us know that stress and prolonged stress conditions impacts on our quality of life and relationships in the short run and can cause many ailments in the long run. Stress management is an important life skill that we need to have in this …
Oprah Winfrey talks to Dan Pink about A Whole New Mind - “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” — Albert Einstein The context is a review of the book A Whole New Mind. Oprah and Dan talk about the move from Left Brain (Logical, Analytical, Fact Based, Detailed, Past/Present, Rational Mind – rational mind is a faithful servant) to Right Brained (Intuition, Feelings, Now/Present, Emotions, – intuitive mind is a sacred gift). Oprah Winfrey talks to Dan Pink about A Whole New Mind, Part 1 from Daniel Pink on …
Creating Happy Relationships: I am so in love and keeping it! Part 1 - by Sonya Yeh Spencer, ITANLP Certified NLP Trainer, Advanced NLP Coach It is good for you, good for our children and the world There have been quite a few couples and individuals through our doors of late, on a quest to mend, re-build or enhance their relationship with their loved ones. I often think how wonderful it is that these clients really want to cultivate their relationships and treasure their connections with one another. It is miraculous that two people, who might be from different backgrounds, from different parts of the world and circumstances, somehow find a way, amongst the …
Up and coming training – 2 for 1, Single and Combination deals - Due to popular demand, we are continuing the 2 for 1, Single and Combination deals for NLP Foundations training courses for Australia. Our very next Training in Australia will be NLP Foundations in Brisbane starting 15/Jan/2011 26/Feb/2011 and you can choose whether the 2 for 1 deal or Single works best for you. Delayed by one week due to floods… Start for this training 22/Jan/2011. This set of students has almost finished – see next training… Next set of weekend Training for NLP Foundations is starting on 26/Feb/2011. See the full training schedule for Australia
21st century enlightenment - Matthew Taylor explores the meaning of 21st century enlightenment, how the idea might help us meet the challenges we face today, and the role that can be played by organisations such as the RSA. View Matthew Taylor’s lecture at the RSA Notes and keywords from the talk: Cultural psychotherapy, thinking differently, powerful new insights into human nature. We are very very bad at predicting what will make us happy and we are even bad at describing what made us happy in the past. Fostering empathetic capacity is just as important to achieving a world of citizens at peace with each …
On Being Sane in Insane Places - This article has little to do with NLP directly, but does have relevance to coaching and working with people. It also provides a good background to the downsides of labeling people or labeling conditions in people. This article also may give an insight into the author’s experience of powerlessness, subjective experiences, impact of environment, process of depersonalization, impact of segregation, mortification, self-labeling, and (in the opinion of the original authors) counter-therapeutic which may be of relevance to clients that a practitioner may have. Quoted Text Follows { Science 19 January 1973: Vol. 179. no. 4070, pp. 250 – 258 DOI: …
Where good ideas come from by Steven Johnson - Some excerpted phrases and keywords fro his talk: Better ideas, environmental – what are the spaces and patterns that lead to new ideas. The Slow hunch. Innovation. Tim Berners-Lee and the vision of the Internet over 10 years. Incubation. Collision …
2010 (end of year) - Are you looking forward to 2011? We hope you are, because we have got lots in store for you in 2011. We have received some requests in the NLP topics that our readers would like to read more about. These include: Logical Levels and Logical Types – how does understanding these concepts relate to our every day lives? The Importance of State – In New Code and Classic Code of NLP The Metaphor of Self – How it influences us and much more … feel free to send through the topics that you would like to read more about. Your …
Study: Experiences, not possessions, make you more popular - University of Colorado, Boulder Study: Experiences, not possessions, make you more popular This article has little to do with NLP directly, but as our readers are often coaches who deal with people searching for self-improvement, success, emergence, or having a better life, this study is a relevant perspective for either themselves or their clients. Quoted Text Follows { People who go on fun vacations or rock out at concerts are better liked than those who use their money to buy fancy cars and jewelry, according to findings from a University of Colorado-Boulder psychology professor. [ref]Leaf Van Boven University of Colorado …
NLP Tips for the day – Communication - By Mark Spencer, Certified ITA NLP Trainer, Advanced NLP Coach “The meaning of any communication is the response that you get.” ~ NLP Presupposition If you’re not getting the response that is useful in the exchange you are having so far, may be you should consider changing how you are communicating. To be a good communicator, you consider the following three aspects of your communication, and when all three are working well you stand to reap the rewards: Know the specific outcome you want to generate from the communication. Having a well-formed outcome for your communication is parmaount to expressing …

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(via @NYMag) If you’re not comfortable within yourself, you can’t be comfortable with others Happiness depends upon ourselves Developing Gratitude – 3 little techniques I use for myself and clients – part 3 Developing Gratitude – 3 little techniques I use for myself and clients – part 2 Developing Gratitude – 3 little techniques I use for myself and my clients – part 1 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 7) 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 6) 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 5) Dealing with Alcohol Related Violence 12 things you should know to avoid being brain-washed (Part 4) The Seven Social Sins 12 things you should know to avoid being brain-washed (Part 3) meaning in life Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication Creating one’s own world Complexity is always failed Simplicity 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 2) 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 1) 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (References) 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Introduction) Quick Tip for a better life: Access that Safe Feeling and Take One Step at a Time 6 Steps to Embrace a New Start! Do we have a destiny? Did You Build Your Own Identity? Leadership is intentional influence Excellence is a habit What direction are your dominating thoughts? We are never alone Expression through sand in Ukraine How much can an extra hour’s sleep change you? The Brain Science Behind Gut Decisions What we think we become FastCompany.com: Do Brainpower Apps Really Make You Smarter? Overcome bad luck 5 reasons why you shouldn’t work too hard Placebo – Medicine in our minds …what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better The Inner Game of Success – Change Self-Image Process The Golden Ratio Exercise your right to choose Modelling Success Quick Tip 1: It Can Be Very Simple! Quick Tip: Learn and Create Solutions Faster How much sleep do you need? Your sleep pattern Healing and deep bond with your daughter can start with a poem Break Free from your Blind Spot in Five Steps Ethos (Video Documentary Review) Travels to the Edge (timelapse video during filming) Early Bird Fee offer ends this week Intention is Everything Quick Tip: Learn and Create Solutions Faster Be On the “Bright Side of the Moon” Abnormalities in the brain may make some people more likely to become drug addicts Right Brain vs Left Brain Why Your Brain Needs Water Milton Erickson, Wizard of the Desert Secrets of Positive Feedback Not in Three Lifetimes: Balancing the ‘To Do’ List Your Communications May Not Be Communicating Excellent Article on Giving Feedback to Students 2011/Jan-Feb Dealing with Crisis – Part I: From Haze to Clarity in 8 steps Hello World from For Your Emergence Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us The Secret Powers of Time How quickly can you start relaxing and change your response? Oprah Winfrey talks to Dan Pink about A Whole New Mind Creating Happy Relationships: I am so in love and keeping it! Part 1 Up and coming training – 2 for 1, Single and Combination deals 21st century enlightenment On Being Sane in Insane Places Where good ideas come from by Steven Johnson 2010 (end of year) Study: Experiences, not possessions, make you more popular NLP Tips for the day – Communication 2010/Oct-Dec Is your child happy with healthy self concepts? 2010/Aug-Sep NLP Foundations – Weekend Training Format In the garden of choices Walking to protect your memory The old ‘only using 10% of your brain’ myth Changing Education Paradigms NLP Foundations 2 for 1 until 3/Nov/2010 Bully or Victim – What can you do? Visit our new shops on RealNLPTraining.com Do Opposites Attract? The search for happiness, W. Beran Wolfe Feedback forms Facing Something New in Life and want it to be successful? 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Business NLP: Know thy self and others for long term success New Code NLP – The modern approach 2010/Jun-Jul An NLP Master Practitioner Program unlike any other Insight into Raising Voice Tone to Build Rapport Simplicity – eliminate unnecessary Listening – The Forgotten Sales Skill Simplicity is not complex Dopamine, Mental Illness and Creativity How to build great relationships – tip for the day Behaviours in people, patterns of relating, walking, dodging, greeting Podcast: Michael Arbib on Mirror Neurons Do you think you can Model Nature? A different perspective 2010/Apr-May Videos of NLP sources, influencers and developers Derren Brown with Saachi and Saachi, Rapport and Mirroing Podcast: Making a Decision? Take Your Time Mixed Impressions: How We Judge Others on Multiple Levels Podcast: Neuroscience Is Everywhere Tips on how to get a grip on Stress, part 2 Know the Purpose for Creating Change Podcast: Using Light to control the Brain Metaphors we live by (Part 1) Podcast: Manipulating Moral Judgment When shorter can be better The use of NLP and emotionally focused therapy with divorcing couples in crisis 2010/Mar Tips on how to get a grip on Stress, part 1 Setting Limits: How to Say "No" Stereotypes: Why We Act Without Thinking How we keep Track of Time NLP Training Schedule for Australia, New Zealand and China 2010/Jan-Feb The Critical Seconds An Announcement to The NLP community from John Grinder (the Co-Creator of NLP) and Carmen Bostic St.Clair Change Your Thinking – Change Your Feelings Smile or Die – an opinion about positive attitude, quantum physics, realism Dean Ornish says your genes are not your fate John Grinder talks about the importance of unconscious signals in New Code NLP NLP Practitioner Training for 2010 in Brisbane, on the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast Philip Zimbardo prescribes a healthy take on time Effective Communication Derren Brown with Colour – anchoring and submodalities Building Emotional Intelligence The Peeriodic Table of Illusions Representation Systems and Submodalities elicitation on Video What are Strategies? Positive Intentions and Secondary Gain Goal Setting – Creating a Compelling Future NLP Language, Milton and Meta Model, Hypnotherapy and Sensory Acuity Loneliness is infectious – Is this the work of those Mirror Neurons again? How to Get Smarter, One Breath at a Time (TIME) Why 'How' and Not Why? How we don't always see what is there Understanding our bodies, phantom limbs Body Scan Process using Submodalities and Timeline patterns Essential NLP/NLP Foundations – Summary of what we have done so far Last NLPCafe for 2009 – Nightwalking prototype cap Books Recommended for NLP Practitioners What we don't know about Colour, magnetism…? Betty Erickson's 321 Rewiring The Body Multiple Perceptual Positions Pattern: Simple Map Across of sub-modalities Confusion and Learning Thoughts on thoughts… Who was Fritz Perls? NLP Practice evening, Thursday 29 Oct 09, 18:30 – 20:30, New Farm Library Can a person be trained in Emotional Intelligence (EI) Who Takes NLP Training? Neuroplasticity – report and video from ABC Lateline Where did you get your qualifications from again? I Didn't Sin—It Was My Brain Synaesthesia Blue-Sky Transformation is now an ITANLP Certifying Institute Attention: Project and Program Managers Synesthesia: Hearing colours, tasting sounds. 154 million people globally suffer from depression (2002, WHO) Social Intelligence and Leadership An 18-Minute Plan for Managing Your Day – Peter Bregman – HarvardBusiness.org Jobs Are The New Assets Obama's "Hypnosis Techniques"? 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NLP Cafe Brisbane, 7/Apr/09 (Open to public) NLP Speed Circuit, 26-Mar-09 NLP Cafe Brisbane, 3-Mar-2009 NLP Cafe Brisbane – Thursday, 26-Feb-2009 Blink, Are we all predjudiced and don't want to admit it? The Corporation (DVD), movie trailers and review NLP training can be a hugely rewarding experience Compared to what? The structure of magic: A book about language and therapy (I and II) Emotional Choice – Lessons from the great Professor Albert Ellis The Spirit of NLP: The Process, Meaning and Criteria for Mastering NLP Using your brain for a change My lessons with Kumi Turtles all the way down – Prerequisites to personal genius Phobia cure tested during our NLP Practitioner course (Arachnophobia) A Theory of Everything: An Integral Vision for Business, Politics, Science and Spirituality Influencing with Integrity: Management Skills for Communication and Negotiation "Moving on up: An ABC guide to neuro-linguistic programming (NLP)." 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