NLP and Hypnotherapy

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

NLP is a model of communication-how we communicate to self and others-and how that communication creates and affects our behavior. As a study, it is a synthesis of cognitive and behavioral philosophies which focus on the information coming through the neurology (cognitive) and the programs we run inside our heads to produce the behaviors (behavioral) we do.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or NLP, is a fairly new technology founded by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in the mid-1970s. Taken literally, the definition of NLP is:

  • Neuro: Our nervous system, in which our experience is filtered through our senses:
    • Visual
    • Auditory
    • Kinesthetic
    • Olfactory
    • Gustatory
  • Linguistic: Our language – both verbal and nonverbal – through which our internal representations of the world are encoded, organized and given meaning:
    • Pictures
    • Sounds
    • Feelings
    • Smells
    • Tastes
    • Self-Talk
  • Programming: The discovery and use of the programs we run in our own minds – and the minds of others – to achieve our desired outcomes.

Hypnosis

Hypnosis is the use of trance to make changes at the unconscious level. Hypnosis has been used to produce unconscious change with clients since 1843. Since hypnosis may be used during your session, for your safety you should make sure that you are totally wide awake before driving or doing other activity that may require concentration.

Put simply, hypnotherapy is a method of speaking to the inner-most part of your mind – your subconscious – to eliminate old habits and behaviors and to generate new, beneficial behaviors.

Hypnotherapy has been successfully used by millions to lose weight, quit smoking, improve memory, become more successful and so much more. Hypnosis has also been used as a complete anesthesia, in both childbirth and surgery, that uses absolutely no chemicals, and so has no side-effects.

Hypnotherapy — the clinical use of hypnosis — has been approved by the American Medical Association since 1958, and the American Dental Association and the American Psychological Association, shortly therafter. It has been used in clinical settings for well over 150 years, around the world.

TIME Techniques

TIME Techniques are a process of active imagination where the client imagines floating above his timeline and letting go of his negative emotions and or limiting decisions/beliefs. The client is also asked to imagine creating events in his/her future that support his/her goals or outcomes. TIME Techniques have demonstrated results in a broad variety of presenting problems. It is a powerful technique which allows clients to make long-lasting changes in a very rapid way.

Time Integration for Maximum Empowerment™ Techniques. Built upon the work of such greats as Leslie Cameron-Bandler, Wyatt Woodsmall, Richard Bandler, John Grinder, Tony Robbins, Tad James, L. Michael Hall and Bobby Bodenhammer, TIME Techniques is a collection of techniques for eliminating negative emotions, disempowering beliefs and limiting decisions from the past, while creating and setting achievable, desireable goals to create a compelling future. TIME Techniques also addresses the way we perceive time, both semantically and neurologically.

Based on techniques from Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Hypnotherapy, Age and Life Regression, and The Silva Method and more, TIME Techniques™ is a continually evolving field with nearly limitless possibilities.

  • breaking habits / addictions
  • physical pain
  • mental / emotional issues
  • procrastination / motivation
  • peak performance / confidence

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