Posts Tagged ‘ NLP ’

What’s Missing in your Life?

Apr 12th, 2013 | By
Seniorwoman

In a word or short phrase, what is missing in your day-to-day life? If you could add just one thing, what would it be? If you identify that one thing (for now) then you can get down to brass tacks. In NLP, we use some targeted questions (known in NLP as Outcome Specification) to set

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Can Body Language Reveal Your True Feelings?

Mar 22nd, 2013 | By
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With the elections nearing and televised debates viewed by tens of millions of viewers around the world, much of the information communicated by the candidates is non-verbal. I have studied body language and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) for more than 20 years. Body language refers to our expressions, actions and behaviors as they relate to language and

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Top 30 Biggest Worries & Top 10 Symptoms of Worry

Mar 12th, 2013 | By
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Beneden Health in the U.K. has produced a worthwhile study that shows the average person spends years of life wrapped in chronic worry. The study shows that people spend an aeverage of 14 hours a week brooding over the weight, poor relationships, the cost of living and other stressors. Many claim stress makes it impossible

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15 Shocking Things Your Unconscious Mind Might Be Saying

Mar 4th, 2013 | By
Listening

Reader beware: As you read this article, you are likely to experience a smoke screen of defenses designed by your ego to keep you in the dark. Those defenses might be: Anger, disbelief, mirth, shame, confusion, blame, fear, intellectual scorn, emotional paralysis, self-criticism, other criticism, a numb feeling, a stupor of thought and so on.

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Changing your behaviour through mental programming

Dec 16th, 2012 | By
mental-programming

Steps to Success: There is always more than one way of looking at things. Admittedly, sometimes it can be hard to get out of our own mindset, and either back down from or just let go of our position. After all, we see things the way we do based on our past experiences, our beliefs,

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MIT algorithm designed to clear up confusion in healthcare NLP

Dec 15th, 2012 | By
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers are working on algorithms to better distinguish the meaning of words that might be used in multiple ways–a common occurrence in healthcare, reports MIT News. Since so much data is buried in physician notes, for instance, the implications for advancing natural language processing are huge. The problem lies in “word-sense

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Can Body Language Reveal Your True Feelings?

Dec 14th, 2012 | By
body-language

With the elections nearing and televised debates viewed by tens of millions of viewers around the world, much of the information communicated by the candidates is non-verbal. I have studied body language and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) for more than 20 years. Body language refers to our expressions, actions and behaviors as they relate to language and

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Can you spot a lie?

Dec 12th, 2012 | By

Image courtesy of Nina Seale Sarah Aldous looks at recent research suggesting that you can no longer rely on shifty eyes to catch out fibbers. We know how to spot a lie, right? When you challenge your flatmate about the lack of milk or whose turn it is to take out the bins, you can

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NLP modern way to treat mental illness

Dec 10th, 2012 | By
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ALLAHABAD: With number of patients affected with mental disorders rising at an alarming rate, focus is on giving equal attention to mental health along with physical well-being for all-round excellence. The secret lies in communicating specifically with the brain verbally as well as physically through the latest psychological technique known as neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), claims

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How I Conquered My Lifelong Fear of Spiders in Just One Hour

Oct 20th, 2012 | By
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The moment I knew my spider phobia was out of control was when I turned down a friend’s invitation to Australia purely because I was terrified about coming into contact with huge arachnids. I’ve always loathed creepy-crawlies — as a child I tried to sleep under the bed to avoid spiders dropping on me from

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