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Jorel

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  1. thanks for mentioning this I was studding Michael Breen's Meta Model dvd's and the way George explains it is much easier to understand. Here is the link
  2. Your post reminds me of the poem "The shipwrecked soul" by Nick Laforce Beware the captain That sails only on smooth waters That drops anchor only in safe harbors That lets aboard only familiar faces That will not brook strong winds or stormy weather. Whose life well lived is a deadly comfort Never to be dashed against rocks of passion Never to be dismembered on the shores on love. Yet a life so well lived it hides a shipwrecked soul I have been such a captain. But now I set out on unknown seas With sails full open Guided by wispers in the wind By images in white capped waves By patterns
  3. Living so close to Yosemite I have learned to love most all thing John Muir. Especially the above quote and whether on a new road or an old trail and when someone asked me if I am lost I just say, no just finding a new way to get to where we are going. Some look at confusion as a bad thing. But since learning hypnosis (and John Muir's quote) I found it to be a wonderful thing because we know that if we have someone confused then the critical mind (conscious) can be bypassed and we can speak directly to the subconscious with that in mind here is another induction. It is what else, a confusi
  4. In NLP we call this an anchor. And if you know how the anchor was set to elicit a certain state you could certainly fire off that anchor again and get that flashback you are looking for. A related story to that when I was in my early 20s working in the computer field I was handed a sheet of paper explaining how it was against company policy to give hitch hikers a ride while in a company vehicle or on company time. I read the paper and handed it back to the HR person so she could give it to the next person to read. She bit my head off, because she thought I was handing the paper back to
  5. I'm kinda surprised to find this section of the forum currently empty. So with that in mind I will start it off with a simple yet one of the most powerful inductions I currently know of ... the Elman Induction. Now I know and you will probably find hundreds of different variations of this induction but this is the one I learned when I first got certified in hypnosis. Take a long deep breath, fill up your lungs real good and hold it for a second. Now when you exhale, close your eyes down... And let yourself relax. Get rid of that surface tension in your body, let your shoulders relax. It’
  6. I stick my windows phone in my pillow case so the phone does not fall to the ground and crack the screen or something else. I also use tooks sports band for headphone while I sleep as I roll around too much to keep earbuds in my ears.
  7. If you can write your affirmations you will strengthen the neuro pathways faster as you writing is adding a kinesthetic aspect to you affirmations. Of coarse listening to you affirmations gives you the auditory and reading them gives you the visual. Now if you can find a way to taste and smell them, I am sure your affirmations will turn into reality in no time at all.
  8. Bluebird was a cold War Mind Control Experimentation approved by the CIA funded by the CIA, Army, Navy, Air Force, and by other agencies including the Public Health Service and the Scottish Rite Foundation on April 20, 1950. In August 1951, the Project was renamed ARTICHOKE. BLUEBIRD and ARTICHOKE included a great deal of work on the creation of amnesia, hypnotic couriers, and the Manchurian Candidate (Super Spies) In summary Bluebird is described as unethical experiments conducted by psychiatrists to create amnesia, new identities, hypnotic access codes, and new memories in the minds of e
  9. I found a quote from a long time ago written by a man we have all heard of. He said, "It is better to create than to learn. Creating is the essence of life." I thought about this because I was always told you need to get an education. You need to spend the rest of your life learning. For me learning seemed to be the essence of life. Then I took a look at some of the great people in history, a place I want to be someday, and none of these people where acknowledge for what they learned. Sure we hold in high regard people who have PHDs and even address them differently as in Dr. instead of
  10. In NLP we learn that there are 4 stages of learning Unconscious incompetence (stage 1) - we don't know what we don't know - I don't know if there is a planet somewhere in the universe with humans on it besides earth. Unconscious incompetence (stage 2)- we know what we don't know - I know I don't know how to play the piano Conscious Competence - (stage 3)-we know how do something if we think about it - I know the alphabet and the order it which it is sang unconscious competence (Stage 4)- we are so good at something we need not think about something to accomplish it. - I know how to tie
  11. I want to answer your second question first. I know I am not responding to this in a timely manner and you may already have answered the question yourself, but my answer may help someone else who is in the same situation as you. First if you do not feel comfortable meeting this person, do not do it. We humans are the only animals who do not listen to our intuition and often regret it. I would ask if you will not listen to me then at least listen to yourself. Now let me tell you about my first experience with hypnosis. I saw a posting on craigslist of someone wanting to practice hypnos
  12. My two favorite books are Influence by Cialdini and Words that Change Minds by Shelle Rose Charvet
  13. What is your favorite NLP technique and can you give a good example of it? Mine in Sleight of Mouth and my favorite example is from 1984 in the presidential debate when Henry Trewhitt asked Reagan if he thought that his age would be an issue since he was already the oldest president in united states history. He answered it so comically even Walter Mondale had to laugh.
  14. I see the goal of NLP to be to improve what ever intention an individual a person wants to feel better about. Most people I know use NLP to help others with psychotherapy. So they are intending to us NLP to improve the lives of others. I use NLP for sales, so my goal or purpose would be to communicate more effectively to my customers so they come to realize that the product I am offering is useful and can benefit them substantially.
  15. I believe many people have many misconceptions about NLP. One is that you can do anything. The truth is NLP is much like a tool box that assists you in what you already know how to do but when you use NLP you can do it better. So can you get into any level of politics if you know NLP really good? If you are a convicted felon, probably not. If you where not born in this country you can not become president. If you are good at politics and want to help people can NLP help you communicate and persuade people more effectively, yes most defiantly.
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