Motivational Speaker and Phobia Fixer

NLP Practitioner

Paul Weber

Anchoring.

Anchoring is a NLP technique for inducing a certain frame of mind or emotion, such as happiness or relaxation. It usually involves a touch, gesture or word as an "anchor", and recalled again later using that same anchor.

Pattern Interruption.

 

Pattern interruption is an NLP technique for storing words into a listener's subconscious mind. This can be combined with other NLP techniques such as anchoring to give someone a message that for reasons unknown to them appears very heart-felt or significant.

Swish.

Swish, also known as the Swish Pattern, is an NLP technique that is very useful for replacing an unfavourable emotion or behaviour with a more useful one. Swish can be used to do a lot of useful things, such as make going to the gym easier or making foods that are good for you taste better.

Loop Break.

Loop Break is an NLP technique that allows you to consciously change or stop an unconscious process. It works by breaking a looping process that your body uses naturally to enter various higher alpha brain states such as anxiety, fear, anger, rage and stress.

Framing.

Framing in NLP terms refers to the way we put things into different contexts to give them different meanings. If we alter the frame, we alter the meaning.

Meta Model.

The NLP Meta Model is a theraputic technique you can use to help understand other people's problems or help them understand their own problems better. Literally, the Meta Model means to deconstruct what someone is saying so you can find the underlying cause of the problem.

Presuppositions.

It's a simple building block of the NLP Meta Model.

Mirroring.

Mirroring and matching are two techniques of Neuro-linguistic Programming used to gain rapport at the unconscious level. This is possible by becoming like the person with whom you need to make a connection.

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