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  • Comment Link Thursday, 19 April 2012 07:55 posted by Steve Green

    Phew! Blimey! I am sweating from reading all of that!

    That's a lot of hard work there.

    Would it not have been simpler and much more straightforward for the client to realise that it's all just a story, just thoughts, and there's nothing to it?

    Thoughts, both positive and negative, pop up automatically, but whether they are positive or negative, you save a lot of time, effort, energy and stress when you realise that they are just thoughts, stories, fantasies, and not true. They are just made up.

    And that there is no need to replace negative thoughts with positive thoughts, 'cos they are made up too!

    Just realise that they are thoughts, and leave it at that.

    Job done!

    Apply this to your life and your practice and life will be much simpler, happier and stresss free.

  • Comment Link Thursday, 19 April 2012 07:52 posted by Joan Courtney

    What an elegant way to shift perception and therefore the client's reality. I appreciated the reminder form John Grinder also. Being congruent is a wonderful way check on client progress and calibrate the change process itself. Thank you, Steve!

  • Comment Link Thursday, 19 April 2012 01:25 posted by Rosie OHara

    It's a great article, you and your readers might find my blog here , interesting, useful and funny. The blog relates to what I did when told I had breast cancer and how I used NLP, by changing my language, reframing other's meaning etc.

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