How Hypnotherapy Can Help You to Materialise Your New Year’s Resolutions
This year you can use hypnotherapy to materialize your New Year’s resolutions. Most of us continue making New Year’s resolutions each year, even if each year they fade away quickly and by the end of January we usually give up. Hypnotherapy is a way to hypnotize yourself into success, to remove all obstacles, to build a strong motivation, to own you goals and to follow your vision. This year you can hypnotise yourself into success.
Imagine a brand new day on the horizon of the hypnotism profession for your interactive hypnosis sessions. Well, that day is here with new, scriptless, NLP-based hypnotism that can profoundly brighten your client’s day. This type of hypnotism is already fully documented to work better, faster and with greater accuracy than traditional regression or auto-suggestion hypnotism methods. Would you be willing to check this type of hypnosis out? If so, you can see lightning-fast results with your clients and a reduced abreaction incidence, too.Learn to Communicate Effectively With NLP!
Research conducted on the attributes of highly successful people shows that among the number of well perfected qualities that they possess, one of the most important is the ability to communicate precisely and effectively. Mastery of interpersonal communication is without question the most important skill we can ever develop in our life because it affects the way we communicate with ourselves and others. Ultimately every aspect of our lives involves communication.
Richard Bandler, a master’s levels student of information, recruited the service of Dr John Grinder, a professor of linguistics, to research people that they thought of to be outstanding communicators and creators of change. And so on that eventful day Neuro-Linguistic-Programming (NLP for short) was born at the University of Santa Cruz in California in the early 1970s. The method was shaped by modelling remarkably talented people within the field of therapy: basically by modelling three well-known psychotherapists, such as Milton Erikson (mostly responsible for the development of Clinical Hypnotherapy), Virginia Satir (creator of Conjoint Family Therapy) and Fritz…What’s Wrong With the Kinaesthetic Mode in NLP?
A discussion about what I conceive to be the misapprehensions about the kinaesthetic mode as it is conceived in NLP. An explanation of how we generally use the visual and auditory modes to take in information, but use the kinaesthetic mode to consolidate learning and make decisions.