I wonder if you know that you have a choice about how you perceive things? That world around you has been created by you, your own mind has absorbed what you see, hear, smell and touch and created your perception of everything around you. Here’s a little story about a man that chose to see […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
What’s Important to You? a guest blog post by Joanna Taylor MHS (Acc) Joanna Taylor is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Trainee Psychotherapist and Certified Trainer of NLP. She provides courses and in-house training in hypnosis, communication skills and stress management, in addition to one-to-one coaching and therapy for clients suffering from stress, anxiety, phobias and low self-esteem. How many […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Let me tell you a little story. Prior to the 1950s there was a very definite school of thought which said that the human body could not possibly run 1 mile in less than 4 min. It has been reported that some physicians even thought that the heart would explode if it were put through […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
NLP is a great tool to use the communication as the ‘L’ in NLP stands for linguistics. Having an understanding of linguistics, meaning the words we use in everyday language, is a great way to understand yourself and other people. Once you understand some of the linguistic patterns that people have a tendency to use unconsciously, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Yep, I thought that title would get your attention. So how can you lose weight and stay slim? The first point I want to raise is that losing weight is really simple, all you need to do is to expend more energy than you eat. Simple is in it. Yet we go on diets over […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“I just a housewife”, ” I’m just a nurse”, ” I’m just a builder”, ” I’m just….” Do you say this kind of thing? Do you know others that say it? What I would say to you is that surely you are more than this? How much more than just a housewife, nurse, builder or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In the late 1950’s Noam Chomsky completed his Ph.D. thesis Transformational Grammar. In it he explained that there are three processes by which people make sense of the world; Deletions, Distortions and Generalisations. So, if you make sense of your world by deleting, distorting and generalising things, how much clearer would it make it if […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A guest blog post by my good friend Joanna Taylor MHS (Acc) Clinical Hypnotherapist & NLP Master Practitioner. Hypnotic language is the art of using words in such a way as to alter the listener’s state of consciousness; for example to assist an anxious client to access a state of calmness, or to motivate a weight loss client […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.