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NLP and Your Values

One dictionary definition is that values are the principles and beliefs which a person or group think are important. Most often values are unconscious, and have been inherited from our parents or culture, or decided upon at a young age and never re-evaluated, so we can end up with values that are not congruent with who we really are.

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Free NLP Videos – Conversational Anchoring

Conversational anchoring is the newest version of how to transfer states from one place to another or how to link high states to old negativities and collapse them. An alternative way to anchor a subject *without* touching them and so improving your rapport! Terry shows how to pick up on the tiniest movements and “play them back” to fire off the subject’s state. Included is a more up to date session with conversational anchoring.

Diagram of NLP eye patterns

NLP Predicates

People who are kinaesthetic will typically be breathing from the bottom of their lungs, so you’ll see their stomach go in and out when they breathe. They often move and talk verrry slooowly. They respond to physical rewards, and touching

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NLP Techniques

The purpose of the NLP techniques that we teach are to give a practitioner a back-drop to how to play with the inner world. The techniques are simply examples or ways of playing with the internal representations that give meaning to our realities.
Of course we have a huge variety of NLP techniques in the family of NLP, yet, as I’ve mentioned in previous blogs, the techniques are the least important part of how NLP really works

"Think outside of the box" written over and across the outline of a box

Reframing: Thinking Outside The Box

How can you think of things that no-one else thinks of? The answer is by deliberately reframing or taking a different approach to the issue from everyone else. There are dominant ideas in every field. The brilliant thinker purposefully challenges those dominant ideas in order to think with innovation.

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NLP & Golf

I’ve been writing articles on the mental game for some time now and more often than not I find myself writing “…in golf, and life…”. This is because the keys to finding success and fulfillment in golf are often exactly the same as the keys to finding success and fulfillment in life. Through my coaching and training over the last 15 years, I’ve been lucky enough to help literally thousands of people lead extremely happy and fulfilled lives. I’d like to share with you 10 parallels I have noticed to help inspire you to more success and fulfilment in both. Here they are:

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NLP, Language & Mind Body Connection

The mind-body link from NLP concerns neurotransmitters. Deepak Chopra was mainly responsible for outlining that brain neurotransmitters used to be regarded as belonging ONLY to the brain and no-where else. He showed that they bathe every cell in the body (therefore every cell/organ/bone in your body is listening to every thought). Einstein (E = Mc2) shows that energy has a direct relationship with matter; energy is latent matter and obviously effects matter. Conversely, matter is condensed energy, (hence the term it ‘matters’ or doesn’t matter).

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NLP & Motivation in Sports 2

Firstly, think of your goals in your sport. Picture how important it is for you to achieve what you want. Get into about how much you want to make the starting line-up or get the call up to your chosen team. It’s a good tool using NLP in sports to have a motivating reason for anything you do, yet when you have touched on the emotion of what you want, be prepared to let the goals go!

NLP Sports and failure

The element of fear of losing can be a motivating factor. Lynford Christie, one of England’s best athletes, used fear to drive him on. Yet far too many athletes just worry too much about failure, are afraid to make mistakes and fail. They mistakenly believe that the worst thing that could ever happen to them is to lose or mess up.

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NLP & Motivation in Sports 1

You can always do more than you think. You can always do better than your best. Limits and handicaps are placed in your life for you to overcome them. They are not put there as a reason to whine. You can always do more than you think. You can always do better than your best. Limits and handicaps are placed in your life for you to overcome them. They are not put there as a reason to whine.

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