I get often get asked this question when I’m running my NLP and Hypnosis trainings around the world. The simple and most ‘chunked up’ answer is that they are the same, but have differences. In fact, some of the NLP you see and hear has come from modelling hypnosis techniques and then having the desire to find out how to get similar results with clients, yet with eyes open.
Month: February 2019
Please read this as research, as I can say there’s a lot more to this subject that is true and deeper than has been written here. In NLP training, we know that the eye patterns are just about written in stone as to how they work and they ALWAYS conform to certain rules. Here, we are looking at some of the characteristics of left and right brain activities and what they MAY mean.
When we teach our delegates NLP in seven days, we need techniques that can assist them to learn in the first place! That’s why we teach Peripheral Vision or The Learning State right at the very start of any training.
One of the properties I love about NLP is its abilities to denominalize. What I mean by that is to take a word, noun or institutionalised cliché and take it back to its grounding or root/home.
So we’d better take a look at the word spirit first because we can have several different meanings to that.
Let’s break down the name just a bit so you’ll understand the foundations before moving on. “Neuro” stands for the mind and how it influences and controls the body. It is much more than just the physical brain; rather, it is the way that the brain affects the body on both conscious and subconscious levels.