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  1. NLP and the Future of Healing

    by Gina Pickersgill

    This article explains that NLP offers ways of working with clients based on understanding the basic structure of the brain, and a focus on what is important to the client. The au...

  2. NLP and Time Management - Getting Time on Your Side

    by Frances Coombes

    You don’t use time, it uses you. Whether you race to complete tasks as quickly as possible or you sit at a desk and do nothing at all – time still passes at the same rate and you c...

  3. NLP for Optimum Health

    by Jane Revell

    How can NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) help us prevent illness and stay as well and healthy as we possibly can? This article gives a brief description, before suggesting ways i...

  4. NLP in Education - A Magnificent Opportunity

    by Don A. Blackerby, Ph.D.

    Many times when I used to teach mathematics, I would notice that some student would be staring out the window daydreaming. I would wonder what was going on in their mind that they ...

  5. NLP Sports Techniques - Getting in the Zone

    by Frances Coombes

    NLP Sports practitioners use some of the most powerful belief change techniques in the world. It is necessary because if a championship pistol shooter makes a bad shot he needs to ...

  6. NLP Teaching Social Interaction skills - (Theory of Mind)

    by Frances Coombes

    There are serious consequences for a society in which an increasing number of children grow up being able to talk but not to communicate with people.

  7. NLP Tools for dealing with Addictions

    by Frances Coombes

    Not all addictions are drug-fuelled but all blend seamlessly into problems related to impulse control. Whether it’s chocolate, cigarettes, alcohol, sex, gambling or cocaine, they ...

  8. NLP Training In The NHS Workplace

    by Frances Coombes

    Four Main Areas for Using NLP in the Workplace. 1. Self-management Skills in Relation to Work. 2. Building better Communication Skills. 3. Modelling Successful Outcomes. 4. Listenin...

  9. NLP-based Strategies for Maintaining and Improving Eyesight Naturally

    by Katrina Patterson

    This article explains how, in a world in which more and more people are wearing glasses or contact lenses, we can re-educate our vision naturally and achieve lasting improvements u...

  10. NLP: Cult or Cure? Neither, Actually

    by Nancy Blake

    This authoritative feature is a response to the definition of NLP on the online Wikipedia, which describes neurolinguistic programming as a cult.

  11. Notice How People Make Decisions

    by Frances Coombes

    The author, a Performance Enhancement Trainer, opines that one of the most useful skills you can develop is that of noticing how people make their decisions. She states that if you ...

  12. On Togetherness and Being Separate, in the Week of the Royal Wedding

    by Nancy Blake

    Counselling couples in difficulty, I never discuss who said what to who, or whose fault anything is (too often, one or both members of the pair believes that things can only be reso...

  13. Practical NLP: Negotiating Being Fat

    by Nancy Blake

    The author gives an account of her personal history of having been told by her doctor to lose ten pounds, when she was fourteen, and weighed eight stone nine pounds. She did this s...

  14. Practical NLP: Separation and Separateness

    by Nancy Blake

    The author offers some keys to healthier relationships, particularly with our partners.   She also explains the difference between separation and separateness, and how men and wo...

  15. Practical Uses of NLP, and What Is It About Wheelchairs?

    by Nancy Blake

    Just a quick refresher about metaprogrammes, first!

  16. Procrastination: An NLP Strategy for ‘Doing it Now!’

    by Frances Coombes

    When you find simple strategies for doing things that work well, do you collect and incorporate them into your everyday life or simply forget them? Learn how you can collect other ...

  17. Recognizing Thinking Styles: George Soros 'Big Pic'

    by Frances Coombes

    Recognizing someone’s successful thinking style allows you to take that person’s habitual thinking patterns and make them your own. If you are stuck, or need bigger or better solut...

  18. Self-Belief in Sport using NLP

    by Peter Cohen and Michael Breen

    Peter Cohen is a sport psychologist and NLP trainer, working, modelling and training with top athletes. He has worked as a health and fitness professional for ten years. He is the ...

  19. Sports Injuries - Healing the Memory – Results

    by Joseph O'Connor

    This article follows on from an article in Issue 17 of Positive Health, detailing research using Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) to help the healing of sports injuries.

  20. Sports Injuries: Healing the Memory

    by Joseph O'Connor and Ian McDermott

    Sports injuries happen at every level of sport. They are caused by overuse, overstretching, or sudden unusual force to that part of the body. They are painful and debilitating, and...

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