Einstein and ‘Psychology’ – Part II

Click the following link for Part I: Einstein and ‘Psychology’ in 7 Powerful Sentences 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…

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Einstein and ‘Psychology’ in 7 Powerful Sentences

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…

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A NLP Thought Experiment for You

-L. Michael Hall. Ph.D., Bobby G. Bodenhamer, D. Min., Jason R. Schneider Here’s a “Thought Experiment”  from the book, User’s Manual for the Brain, written by Michael Hall & Bob Bodenhamer. Try it out. Have you ever experienced anything that you would call “pleasant?” Recall a pleasant experience from your past. As various things may pop into your…

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What is NLP.. And What is “Thinking”?

L. Michael Hall Phd. & Jason Schneider For a simple definition of NLP check out the Perception Academy Definition of NLP Robert Dilts was 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…

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How was NLP Created?

L. Michael Hall Ph.d, Jason Schneider The Founders NLP was created 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…

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The Neuro-Semantics Vision & Mission

By L. Michael Hall, Ph.D., Co-Founder of Neuro-Semantics The Vision & Mission of Neuro-Semantics  Neuro-Semantics set out on a mission in 1994 to take NLP to a higher level, ethically and Professionally. Membership in the ISNS (International Society of Neuro-Semantics) is dependent upon sharing the Vision, Mission, and code of ethics (values). ISNS is the…

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About Neuro-Semantics

Neuro-Semantics is first about performing your highest and best meanings. This means taking your highest values, intentions and beliefs and embodying them! Secondly, Neuro-Semantics is about adding richer and more robust meanings to your performances. This means taking the everyday tasks of your life and making them more and more meaningful! Thirdly, Neuro-Semantics is about…

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What is Neuro-Semantic NLP?

Neuro-Semantics is about meaning and meaningfulness (semantics) and how the meanings we create are NOT only at the level of representation as we make movies in our minds (NLP), but exists in all of the higher levels of frames (beliefs, thoughts, decisions, memories, etc.) about those movies. And in fact those higher level frames are…

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The Neuro-Semantics Values

By. L. Michael Hall Ph.d The Neuro-Semantics Values Beyond the advancements in models and applications, one of the distinctions between Neuro-Semantics and NLP are the Values which hold us to a high level of ethics.  Neuro-Semantic NLP consists of powerful technologies. Below are the 7 values of Neuro-Semantics which uphold our standards & ethics, as…

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The Empowering Beliefs that Create the Neuro-Semantic Vision

The Empowering Beliefs that create the Neuro-Semantic Vision: Since 1994 Neuro-Semantics has been on a mission to bring a higher level of values and professionalism to NLP, a mission which has been a success within the Neuro-Semantics Community.  Here are some of the empowering beliefs which have helped support the Neuro-Semantic vision of bringing NLP to…

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