Clinical Hypnosis & NLP – an article to show the differences or sameness of NLP and hypnosis, even in the corporate field. Written by Terry Elston
21 December 2018
In NLP training, we call the world that we express ourselves internally and externally, the VAKOG (visual, auditory, kinaesthetic, olfactory and gustatory). The latter two there refer to smell and taste. Later in this piece we give you a test to see what your preferences are..
I’ve seen a lot of presenters and a lot of those have been using presenting skills NLP style! So what’s different about NLP presentation skills? When I did my trainers course in 1999, I hadn’t much of an idea what goes into an excellent presentation. Isn’t it just about being confident and being yourself? No,
The Human Communication Model is an important subject that we cover early on our NLP Training courses. It explains how we process and use information and how this affects our state, physiology and behaviour. In order to make changes it is necessary to…
Possibly one of the most powerful and useful tools that we will teach you on our NLP Practitioner course is The Learning State (also called Peripheral Vision and Hakalau). The Learning State is a resourceful state for learning where you widen the use of your senses in order to increase your ability to take in, utilize and store information.
Terry Elston looks at the value of The Power of Commitment looks at what commitment really is and examples of it in various different scenarios.