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All posts tagged "Neuroscience"

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    Metaphorical neuro-science

    We love neuroscience! Okay then we said it, we admitted we are neuroscience junkies. I love reading about neuroscience, as a result I use a lot of neuroscience explanations to support my change work and in my...

    • Posted March 4, 2015
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    A brief history of Neuroscience

    We sometimes forget how young Neuroscience is, but it’s truly disturbing to find out that it’s younger than I am! Here is a fascinating article describing the brief history of Neuroscience from the Lancet, the British Medical...

    • Posted February 25, 2015
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    Brian Williams and Changing Memories

    When we are coaching a client, one of the most useful tools we have is to alter the way in which he remembers events from his past. There are several ways to do this, for example using...

    • Posted February 20, 2015
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    How to raise your IQ

    In NLP the word ‘synesthesia’ has a specific meaning that differs from the its usual meaning. In NLP ‘synesthesia’ refers to an external sensory experience that leads immediately and unconsciously to an internal sensory experience in a different...

    • Posted January 23, 2015
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    Neuroscience of submodalities

    Submodalities refer to the qualities of our sensory experiences, such as how bright something looks, or how far away something appears. NLP uses sub modality shifts to change how we perceive the world. So that, for example...

    • Posted December 4, 2014
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    How to live forever

    No one lives forever. One moment you’re here, and the next you’re gone. Gone where? Nobody knows. The Void? Heaven? The next life? What really counts is what you are doing he moment before you pass over,...

    • Posted November 15, 2014
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    The memory eraser

    OK this article deals with optogenetics in mice, I know: yawn-yawn. But the results are really interested so stay with us on this one, please. Optogenetics involves changing brain cells so they can be turned on or...

    • Posted November 13, 2014
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    If at first you don’t succeed…

    When the Scottish King, Robert the Bruce,  was fighting the English he found himself alone and defeated. Hiding out in a cave, he watched a spider carefully build her web at the entrance to the cave. Annoyed...

    • Posted November 11, 2014
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    The agony of choice and the Visual Squash

    One of our favorites is the visual squash, not an exotic flavor of ice-cream but an NLP technique that helps a hypnosis client to choose between options. There are three main types of choices or conflicts, which we...

    • Posted October 28, 2014
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    You have to see this

    As readers will know, we are big believers in neuroscience. Neuroscience offers a wonderful set of reasons, metaphors if you will, to ask your hypnosis clients to follow your instructions to visualize or otherwise do mental gyrations....

    • Posted October 26, 2014
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