Posts Tagged ‘ NLP ’

NLP modern way to treat mental illness

Dec 10th, 2012 | By

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

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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Be Awesome At A Moment’s Notice: A Guide To Powering Up Your Brain

Sep 19th, 2012 | By

You’re already awesome, but sometimes you get tired or you’re just not at your best for some reason. You can manipulate your brain and body to rise to the challenge, however. Here’s how to fool yourself into realising your full potential in a moment’s notice. Wouldn’t it be great if you could absorb a power

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Skills for Being at Your Best

Sep 5th, 2012 | By

NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) is a developing field of behavioural psychology.  It examines the structure of our subjective experience, to discover how we can repeat things that promote our well being, and cease doing things that are no longer useful to us.  These skills are particularly effective in extending the range of skills you can

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Eliminate Fear of Flying with Hypnosis

Aug 8th, 2012 | By

Does the thought of flying bring on sweaty hands, butterflies in your stomach or other anxious feelings? If so you are not alone, in that it is estimated that one in every five people have a ‘Fear of Flying’. These days, air travel is difficult for people to avoid. So what can you do? Did

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Academics say ‘no truth’ to lying eyes theory

Jul 22nd, 2012 | By
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New research says the lying eyes theory is a myth Research by academics at two universities have concluded that the common belief of lying eyes is a myth. Many psychologists think when a person looks up to their right they are likely to be telling a lie and glancing up to the left is said

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Raising Confidence and Banishing Low Self-Esteem

Jun 28th, 2012 | By

Confidence and self-esteem issues plague thousands of people all over the country, causing many to view themselves negatively and altogether unrealistically. The characteristics of low self-esteem include social withdrawal, anxiety, lack of social skills, inability to accept compliments and accentuating negatives at all times. Many people with confidence issues actually appear to be outwardly confident

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Get Into the Swing of Things

Jun 8th, 2012 | By

While golf may purport to be a relaxing experience, anyone who regularly hacks that small, dimpled ball around a course will attest it can be incredibly exasperating. However, while some may blame their dearth of talent for this constant vexation, according to the golf instructor Martin Robinson, it’s mostly in the mind. As well as

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Laws of Attraction

Apr 22nd, 2012 | By

If you wish to attract your dream lover into your life, you need to consciously change your thought pattern In the 1960s, Aaron Beck and Albert Ellis changed the face of psychological theory and practice by pulling it out of the mysterious shadows of the subconscious and making it more practical and real. Counselling moved

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How to make happy

Apr 19th, 2012 | By

Happiness isn’t going to fall into your lap when the stars align, you win a lottery and relationships improve. You’re going to have to make it, buddy. NLP expert Aprajita Singh gives you the building blocks Are you sitting by the window, dreaming of all the things you will do when you bag the job

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