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
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Obama's "Hypnosis Techniques"?

Despite the obvious political concerns of the people who put this together (for whom i make no comment), it does give an overview of some of the Milton Model techniques. It is good see/hear examples, but also as NLP Practitioners of quality and integrity, it is great that we can always be aware of when we are being ‘had’ too. About being ‘had’ – if that is what is happening – as practitioners, we should be so aware of how and when any language pattern is being used on us or in our presence. Practice listening and generating your own … Continue reading Obama's "Hypnosis Techniques"?

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NLP Training now in Brisbane – NLP Practitioner Course

NLP Practitioner Course, More information, to register, download our brochure …offering certificates co-signed by the founders of the International Trainers Academy – John Grinder, Carmen Bostic St Clair and Michael Carroll. This course is the only one available in Australia … Continue reading NLP Training now in Brisbane – NLP Practitioner Course

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NLP – help or hype? Investigating the uses of neuro-linguistic programming in management learning

Quoting from the research Article URL: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/10.1108/13620439610111408 Abstract: Identifies aspects of neurolinguistic programming (NLP) that may be of use in management learning. Uses three approaches to explore NLP; an introductory programme, a profiling questionnaire and an analysis of a sample of management development articles. Then reviews research evidence on NLP. Concludes that NLP techniques using language patterns and questioning techniques appear to be of use; existing research evidence is limited and inconclusive; NLP is enthusiastically supported by those who practise it, and that is both its strength and potential weakness. Purchase Continue reading NLP – help or hype? Investigating the uses of neuro-linguistic programming in management learning

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