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Magic Pills Do Not Exist – Even NLP Ones

Magic Pills Do Not Exist – Even NLP Ones

As an NLP master practitioner who runs an NLP practice in Herts, I am one of the first to sing the praises of NLP as a therapy tool, as I believe it can be a really effective instrument for change work, when used in the hands of a good NLP practitioner. However, as an occupational [...]

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20 Tips for Happiness

20 Tips for Happiness

By: Michelle Rowley How to Be Happy -20 Tips That Really Work! from Michelle Rowley, author of “Personal Growth Strategies”. Tip 1 Have a positive attitude. One of the most significant, contributing factors to happiness is optimistic thinking. Although you won’t always have a choice in determining what goes on around you, you will always [...]

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The Map is the Territory

The Map is the Territory

By: Kris Hallbom Before he passed away, someone asked an ailing Gregory Bateson, “Who will carry on with your work, once you’re gone.” Gregory, being the great philosopher, anthropologist and systems thinker that he was replied, “A man by the name of Humberto Maturana out of Santiago, Chile. He has been doing some very interesting [...]

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Robert Dilts on Generative NLP

Robert Dilts on Generative NLP

By: Kris Hallbom There is a presupposition in NLP which states that you already have the resources that you need to be successful. NLP developer, author, and trainer Robert Dilts has taken this presupposition one step further on the evolutionary path of NLP, by developing a process called Generative NLP. The concept of Generative NLP [...]

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The Systemic Nature of the Mind and Body and How it Relates to Health

by Kris Hallbom The whole notion of cause and effect has made healing for people in Western society more difficult than it needs to be. It would be much easier for people to heal if everyone in the world took a systemic approach towards health and well being. The whole nature of systemic thinking is [...]

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