by Sonya Yeh Spencer, ITA Certified NLP Trainer, Certified Advanced NLP Coach It makes good sense to help children learn how to do self-self comparison to build healthy self-esteem and concepts; in fact it is our responsibility to do so. But it does not mean that parents or caregivers should go to the extreme to exaggerate their children’s achievement and build an overly inflated self image. Research shows that adults who make self-to-self comparisons often [Read more...]
NLP trained readers will notice the overlapping of senses that defines the moment and experience of being bullied. This overlapping of senses is then often associated with the surrounding area, the bully, the very location where bullying took place. In other words there is often a Synaesthesia and Anchor that has been created.
Since you now understand it is fundamentally about Synaesthesia, Anchor and Complex Equivalence, you can work to separate out the Synaesthesia and change the sub-modalities. You can also collapse Anchors of the various associations, especially the location where bullying took place and the environment. Collapsing Anchors and change the Synaesthesia should be done as soon as possible.
I Didn’t Sin—It Was My Brain Brain researchers have found the sources of many of our darkest thoughts, from envy to wrath. by Kathleen McGowan; illustrations by Christopher Buzelli From the September 2009 issue, published online October 5, 2009 This article talks about the research neuroscience has begun into such things as inhibitory cognitive control networks involving the front of the brain activate to squelch the impulse and other brain regions such as the caudate—partly [Read more...]