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Category: Your Mind

Your unconscious mind. What is the point?

When you hear professionals, such as hypnotherapists and Neurolingistic Programming (NLP) experts talk about your unconscious mind, you can be forgiven for glazing over a little. What exactly is the unconscious mind? What’s the difference between that and the subconscious?

Anxiety and risk, the wet floor sign dilemma

Have you ever tripped over a wet floor sign? I know I have. I guess I need to pay more attention to where I am going. I do think I have tripped over more wet floor signs than I have

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Is low self esteem the biggest issue?

Low self-esteem is a constant theme that runs through much of my client work. By no means to do all potential clients come to me asking for help in raising self-esteem of course, but it often comes up as an

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6 quotes about sadness to change the way you feel now.

There are times in everyone’s lives when they feel deeply sad. There are great overwhelming moments of grief and loss. There is the dark, seemingly endless tunnel of depression. These are the times when it feels that there is no

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Guilt, regret and shame: can NLP help you deal with unhelpful emotions?

Dealing with guilt, regret or shame using NLP or Timeline Therapy can be very helpful in enabling you to move on in life. All of us, at one time or another, have had moments where we have made choices that

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Metaprograms: How big are your chunks?

In the last blog I visited the concept of ‘metaprograms’ – the general approaches to life that influence our view of the world and affect the success of our choices and outcomes, both positively and negatively. There are no ‘wrong’

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Metaprograms: Are you an away from or a towards person?

Is your map of the world (see my blog “I finally get getting there”) a generally positive one, or typically erring on the side of negativity? How we respond to our world, as I’ve said many times before, can totally

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Choice is not always a good thing

Here`s the scenario.  You are on your way to a meeting.  Perhaps it is work related, or a club committee, or simply catching up with a friend.  You’re about to head into the cafe, or the office and you suddenly

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What are you aware of?

As we go through life, stuff just happens. It can feel like we are being carried on a wave and there just isn’t time to properly focus on what is happening and what we are feeling. But moods and states

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5 stage-fright re-frames to shift your focus

Stage-fright on some level, is pretty much a given with many of the performers and speakers that I work with. On one level it is completely understandable. Few of us like the idea of standing up there in front of

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