Click the following link for Part I: Einstein and ‘Psychology’ in 7 Powerful Sentences
High Quality Thinking…
As we have seen from the previous article, there is no such thing as a free floating human thought without a body. This means that every ‘thought’ we think is embodied!
What kind of thoughts are you embodying?
How are your thoughts/beliefs effecting your […]
When Albert Einstein proposed that there was no separation between ‘space’ and ‘time’ and instead formulated things in terms of space-time, it revolutionized the world of physics and opened the path for massive innovations in our understandings of the universe.
Well it is important to recognize that that same principle applies to the ‘mind’ and the […]
After watching this awesome video, many different thoughts popped up, compelling me to write this article and hopefully enhance awareness about our thought process.
For years, I have noticed that many of my clients limit themselves from opportunity and growth due to feelings of Guilt and Shame, two very powerful feelings that can easily take over […]
Everyone knows how essential computers are in today’s way of life, yet most of us depend on others to create the programs that we use on a daily basis, oblivious to their inner workings.
“There just aren’t enough people who are trained and have these skills today.” -Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook on programming
Just like a […]
Okay, okay, the set of letters themselves. NLP literally stands for a mouth-full of a phrase: Neuro-Linguistic Programming. This refers to the fact that we have a mind-body system that we can program very much the way we can program software for a computer. This mind-body system, or our neuro-linguistics, is made up of […]
NLP came to be in the early 1970s in America, specifically in California. Richard Bandler (the student) and Dr. John Grinder (the professor) teamed up to see if they could figure out (or model) the magic of these therapeutic wizards. So there on the campus of the University of California at Santa Cruz, Bandler […]
NLP– The Study of Excellent Experiences
Robert Dilts was soon commissioned to write the first scholarly book on NLP. He titled it, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Volume I: The Study of the Structure of Subjectivity. This set forth NLP as a model, and the key features of the model. For example, NLP speaks about “thinking”– or information processing […]
L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
The term Neuro-Semantics goes back to Alfred Korzybski. The father of General Semantics introduced both phrases, “neuro-linguistic” and “neuro-semantic,” in 1936 in some of his papers. Later, they showed up in his 1941 Preface to his classic work, Science and Sanity. In Korzybski’s writings, you will find both terms used pretty much synonymously. Here, however, following the Meta-States […]
“NLP is an attitude and a methodology that leaves behind a trail of techniques.” -Richard Bandler
L. Michael Hall. Ph.D.
Bobby G. Bodenhamer, D. Min.
Let us tell you a story about magic. It’s a magical story, full of wows! And woes. It’s a story of magicians and wizards and frogs turning into princes. It’s an adventure into […]