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IEMT in New York

2009 – I was in Manhattan, New York City.  A big bustling city and scene for pretty much every Hollywood monster and apocalyptic movie ever made…. and the host city for the IEMT workshop. The workshop was videoed by a … Continue reading

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Validation

I must thank Steve Andreas for drawing my attention to this brilliant short movie. Watch it, show your friends. Please follow and like us:0

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Gabrielle Roth – 5 Rhythms

The much copied and imitated Gabrielle Roth. Sadly Gabrielle Roth died from lung cancer aged 71 in 2012. Please follow and like us:0

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Broca’s Aphasia – Tono

Here is an interesting example of Broca’s aphasia. The unfortunate man in this video is unaware that he is only saying the sound “tono” – all of his non-verbal communication is congruent with the message he is trying to say, … Continue reading

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Brain surgery – patient awake

The squeamish may prefer to look away, go make a cup of tea or email someone on Facebook instead of watching this video. I worked in neurosurgery on the wards for some time in a fairly junior capacity, it was … Continue reading

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The Shit Sandwich

This week I have received two emails that reflect the Shit Sandwich – I got given some unsolicited and rather confusing “feedback.”  I thought the shit sandwich had long gone, but then that might just be that I left the … Continue reading

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Powerful

This is a quick post.  It is regarding the seemingly never ending overuse of the word, “powerful” that coaches and therapists use to describe their techniques. The technique is always “powerful” and quite often is also “secret”, giving us, “the … Continue reading

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Submodalities in Language

This was something I posted on NLPWeekly a while ago.  Someone asked about matching/mismatching modalities and submodalities as a possible exercise atpracticeise group: You may want to consider the submodalities that are expressed in language as well, this is commonly … Continue reading

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A New Psalm for NLP Practitioners

I need to have another little rant here.  There is a pernicious cliché afoot that is beginning to really irritate me, and just when I thought I’d seen the last of it, it keeps re-appearing fully accompanied by an ever-present … Continue reading

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Tea or Coffee?

The “tea or coffee” bind is a very useful predictor for how well a session may go.  Whilst I use an offer of a hot beverage, any bind of alternative choices will do. Here is how it works.  When the … Continue reading

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