Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Hypnosis Hypothesis

I just posted a poem called the night before an NLP Christmas on my other blog, http://verbalimpact.blogspot.com/.

I think it is quite funny, but I wonder if most people will know what NLP is?

NLP stands for neurolinguistic programming. It's a very intimidating word! It means the science and study of how the brain processes language. Most hypnotists and hypnotherapists use it all the time, without even realizing it. Many will further their education and expertise by learning more about it. NLP and hypnotism are very powerful tools for behavior change! NLP combined with hypnosis is absolutely phenomal! I mean, hypnotists use words to make suggestions that the subconscious mind can accept. And NLP kinda helps the conscious mind believe that the changes are reasonable and can be implemented quickly. The conscious mind contains a critical factor which is the voice that often discourages us from trying something new, like "this is never going to work! You can't change! It's too good to be true!

That critical voice provides an unsurmountable barrier for some. That's how hypnosis works. It bypasses the critical factor, then you can use the imagination and other internal resources to move forward.

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