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The Importance Of Trance Formation Neuro Linguistic Programming

Neuro Linguistic Programming is a formula of techniques and beliefs that act as an edge to personal development. It is surrounded by the principal that there is an interaction in the body, mind and language to create individual perception of the world and the behavior that can be metamorphosed by the application of different techniques. [...]

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Neuro-linguistic Programming Strategies

Neuro-linguistic Programming Strategies

One’s thought patterns, beliefs and attitudes can be used to “preprogram” actual experiences that are yet to happen. NLP is very focused on how we think, what influences the way we think, and how we structure what we think. Subscribers to the science are encouraged to closely study and then model those individuals who do [...]

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Belief Changing NLP System – a Free NLP Workbook

Belief Changing NLP System – a Free NLP Workbook

By: Jordan Matthews Everyone who wants to learn NLP should start with an NLP workbook or a seminar where you can learn about the wide range of applications that NLP has for your daily life. The NLP workbook will give you the methods, and the seminar will allow you to practice. But with this article, [...]

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Common and Deadly Decision Traps

Common and Deadly Decision Traps

By: Arman Darini, Ph.D. Good to be connecting with you again. Our topic for today is common and deadly decision traps, and how to avoid them. Recall that in the previous article we spoke about the structure of extraordinary decision making, and I explained the steps you have to follow to make excellent outcomes happen. [...]

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Placebos and Antidepressant Drugs

Placebos and Antidepressant Drugs

Assembled by Steve Andreas Placebos First, here are some very interesting findings in relation to placebos: “Asthmatic patients have been shown to exhibit bronchoconstriction after inhaling a placebo described as a bronchoconstrictor and brochodilation after inhaling a placebo described as a bronchodilator (Luparello, Lyons, Bleeker, & McFadden, 1968; McFadden, Luparello, Lons, & Bleecker, 1969; Neild [...]

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