"IQ, Hypnosis, and Genius" IQ, Hypnosis, and Genius Let me give this genius subject a shot. Before I get into what I want to offer in the way of processes, strategies and the like, let me offer this. The word genius is a relative term. One that has, for far too long, been associated with some of the greatest minds that have ever lived. Einstein, Tesla, Mozart, etc. This is not to say that he didn't do great things, because he did! What comes to mind now is this woman I had met once. Now there are many things that I can do, fly an airplane, build electronic systems from scratch, design and build jewelry from scratch, run a machine shop, use my communication skills to help anybody change any behavior quickly, effectively keep track of the multiple levels of communication coming at me from -- up to 100 people -- inside of a group -- while effectively tracking how my communication is being received by each and every one or them, I can explain and perform over a hundred different medical surgical procedures.
Self-Mastery [ Meta-Web ] [ NLP Self-Help ] [ Best NLP Online ] [Secrets of Success ] [Heroic Efforts ] [NLP Glossary ] [Best of NLP Online ] [NLP Self-Help ] [NLP FAQ ] Self Mastery Scripts Introduction This set contains 3 word-for-word self-hypnosis induction scripts to utilize a technique that Stever Robbins proposed. Script I asks the subconscious to sort through a set of events, pick out the ten best instances and install the best techniques from those instances into your future actions. This script is idiosyncratic because it incorporates the sequence I have been using since I was a teenager to go into trance. It contains my interpretation of a propulsion system to progressively deepen the trance state. During the relaxation suggestions (fractional relaxation) you can tense then relax the part of the body to be relaxed to enhance the contrast and further anchor 1000 3 as a relaxation mantra. Script III-This script is for use after having worked with Script 1 and/or II. Stever Robbins Technic 1.
Belief Change Cycles by Robert Dilts People often consider the process of changing beliefs to be difficult and effortful. And yet, the fact remains that people naturally and spontaneously change dozens if not hundreds of beliefs during their life. Perhaps the difficulty is that when we consciously attempt to change our beliefs, we do so in a way that does not respect the natural cycle of belief change. We try to change our beliefs by "repressing" them or fighting with them. Organic systems often change through processes that take the form of cycles. This natural cycle of change might be likened to the changing of the seasons. As we prepare for the different stages in our lives or careers, for instance, we 'want to believe' that we will be able to manage them successfully and resourcefully. All one needs to do is to look over the cycles of change that one has gone through since childhood, adolescence, and the stages of adulthood to find many examples of this cycle. 'Landscape' of Natural Belief Change Cycle
NLP Techniques | The Top NLP Techniques What are the most effective NLP techniques and patterns? In Michael’s years of delivering top quality NLP training, he has discovered many techniques and exercises from a wide range of NLP and non NLP sources. Here he shares them with you. Remember NLP is often more about the development of techniques which come from attitude and modelling, than the techniques themselves. The following books by NLP co-creator, Richard Bandler, are excellent for the latest approaches to NLP (all links open in a new window). Beating Stress Exercises We all need a certain amount of stress to keep us healthy. Belief Change This is Richard’s classic approach to Belief Change, in this case to become an excellent learner. Changing Feelings by Dissociation Changing Feelings by Dissociation is a technique to reduce or eliminate unpleasant feelings by dissociation and submodality change. Characteristics of Play Play is an aspect of NLP Training and many NLP Techniques. Collapsing Anchors Embedded Commands Fast Phobia Cure
The Change Cycle by Robert Dilts. To implement the Belief Change Cycle, lay out separate locations for each of the states associated with the 'landscape' of belief change. This essentially involves having the person put himself or herself as fully as possible into the experience and physiology associated with each of these aspects of the natural cycle of belief change and 'anchoring' them to specific spatial locations. 'Wanting to believe' something new. The experience of being 'open to believe' something new. These states and mentors do not need to have any connection to the current belief issue you are trying to resolve. 'Landscape' of States Associated with the Belief Change Cycle Implementing the Belief Change Cycle Once this landscape has been laid out it can be utilized in many different ways. Stand in the 'Want to Believe' space, think of the 'new belief' that you would like to have more confidence in. Symbolic Belief Change Cycle 1. 1.1. 2. 3. 3.1. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Destroy Limiting Decisions Did you make a limiting decision as you were growing up? Maybe one that said you couldn’t do something that basically everyone else could do, but you decided you were too short, too tall, too rich, too poor, too fat, too skinny, too cute, too ugly, etc. Well, you’ve grown up and you’ve definitely changed since then, but you still seem to *think* that way. Maybe you are still too tall or whatever, and aren’t able to change that fact, but you *can* change the way you think about it. You can take that limiting decision and change it so you don’t *feel* that way, and most of all so you don’t react negatively to it. Here’s what you do. Now, visualize yourself backing out of the event, just slowly backing out, and then turning around and looking forward toward the future. Now, come back to the present and go about your life. Author's Bio: ~~~~~~~~~ Copyright 2002, Jan Tincher, All Rights Reserved Worldwide --------------------------------------------------------------- Having problems?
NLP World NLP Learning Strategy In the previous section we looked at the presuppositions of NLP and introduced the learning strategy around which this entire website is built, a simple metaphor which we labelled the building blocks of NLP. As you're now familiar with the concept of building block upon block, base skill upon base skill we are ready to move on and begin looking at other tools that will assist in learning these skills quickly and easily. A good way to ensure success when rising to meet a challenge such as learning a new skill is to follow these five principles for success:- Know your outcome Take positive action Have enough sensory awareness to know if you're being effective Have behavioural flexibility Operate from a physiology and a psychology of excellence These five principles for success will be explained in more detail on the next page. ^Top | •Home | Next >>
Evaporating Cloud Overview The most commonly used of the TOC tools,[note 1] the EC was designed to address conﬂict or dilemma situations (trade-off situations where there is no acceptable compromise) by diagramming the logic behind the conflict and methodically examining the assumptions behind the logic.  The EC has a set format with five boxes, labelled A, B, C, D, D’, that are usually laid out as follows: The generic structure of an Evaporating Cloud diagram. [B] ← [D ] [A] / ↑ / \ [A] conflict OR [B] [C] \ ↓ ↑ ↑ [C] ← [D’] [D] ↔ [D’] The boxes represent two opposing wants that represent the conflict (D, D’)[note 2], the needs that each want is trying to satisfy (B, C), and a common objective or goal (A) that both needs are trying to fulfil. The lines or arrows connecting the nodes represent the rationale or causal assumptions that are used to link the nodes. Origin of Name Steps in problem solving Example EC example illustrating the problem of the Economic Batch Quantity.
Say what you mean In the film ‘The Breakup’ the two characters played by Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn have a blazing row that seals the end of their relationship after a dinner party that doesn’t go quite as planned. If you’ve seen the film you might remember the exchange: “I want you to want to the do the dishes!” (You can remind yourself of the film on YouTube here) Now this may be the stereotypical example of the man in this exchange not getting the plot but the reality is that we both men and women spend a lot of their lives not getting the plot in their relationships. How many times have you been caught by this trap when you here the request: “You don’t need to buy me much, just put a little thought in to it”. How many times has the wrong ‘thought’ got us in to trouble? When two people disagree, the situation is not always as fundamental as it might at first seem. What we are saying is Love, as a value, is equivalent to certain behaviours. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Six Thinking Hats Six Thinking Hats is a book by Edward de Bono which describes a tool for group discussion and individual thinking involving six colored hats. "Six Thinking Hats" and the associated idea parallel thinking provide a means for groups to plan thinking processes in a detailed and cohesive way, and in doing so to think together more effectively. Underlying principles The premise of the method is that the human brain thinks in a number of distinct ways which can be deliberately challenged, and hence planned for use in a structured way allowing one to develop tactics for thinking about particular issues. de Bono identifies six distinct directions in which the brain can be challenged. In each of these directions the brain will identify and bring into conscious thought certain aspects of issues being considered (e.g. gut instinct, pessimistic judgement, neutral facts). Since the hats do not represent natural modes of thinking, each hat must be used for a limited time only. Summary
Leadership DynamiX – Executive Coaching, Workshops and Forum What Are MindSkills Techniques? These short carefully crafted techniques are about ‘HOW’ to run your business brain to get better results, learn skills faster and make lasting life changes. Based on accelerated learning, applied behavioural modelling research (NLP) and advances in management psychology. These next (3G) generation techniques stretch from ‘remedial’ (past) to ‘mindful’ (now) to ‘generative’ (future). Clusters - Families of techniques (‘protocols’) - eg. decision-making, delegation, visioning, power, creativity, assertiveness, time management, networking, strategic visioning, gravitas, deep calm, trust, collaboration, and so on). Models - Chaining of ‘clusters’ and ‘protocols’ - eg. How to Join There are four levels of membership for MindSkills Techniques. 1. Boost Results with Some Basics Practice Unless you are very familiar with the approach this basic skill-builder section will help you squeeze more juice out of each pattern. Protocols are the new exercises.