Archive | April, 2010

Maintaining an Open Mind and Challenging Preconceptions

Maintaining an Open Mind and Challenging Preconceptions

“The most powerful agent of growth and transformation is something much more basic than any technique: a change of heart.” John Welwood How often have you caught yourself prejudging an upcoming event based on unpleasant memories or some preconceived thoughts? Making assumptions and forecasting the future based on the past is a fairly common part […]

Dealing with Infidelity,Extra Sensory Perception Our Best Advocate

Dealing with Infidelity,Extra Sensory Perception Our Best Advocate

Have you been forced to deal with infidelity in a relationship? Did you have a sense that something was askew before you dealt with it directly? I have yet to speak with anyone who hasn’t known on some level beforehand. Instinct and intuition are always our best advocates. People have asked how they can confront […]

NLP Reframing, Improve Your Self Image

NLP Reframing, Improve Your Self Image

In NLP there is a term called “Reframing” which refers to changing the parameters of how we think about a situation or our self. This is another way to apply directed thought and conscious awareness to reprogram outdated ideology. Isn’t it interesting how the same photo or painting can look completely different when you put […]

The Unconscious Mind Listens, Ancient Voices and Past Life

The Unconscious Mind Listens, Ancient Voices and Past Life

This is the sequel to my last post titled Adopting Carl Jung and Milton Erikson’s Take on the Unconscious Mind.  It is a poignant example of how the unconscious mind listens and responds to everything including that which is barely audible. And no matter what professional or personal hat we are wearing, in this case […]

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