A Pocket Full of Change – Simply Practical NLP

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If you could choose your emotions, what would you choose? Would you always WANT to choose? Our emotions arise from neurological processes that are stimulated by our experiences, both INTERNAL and EXTERNAL. We can entirely control our internal experiences (our thinking) and can moderate our responses to our external experiences WHEN WE KNOW HOW.

This small volume is intended to provide you with the tools to do so, and to give examples of ways to deal with particular emotional states – such as :

Dealing with phobias and trauma

Turning confusion into understanding

Turn doubts in beliefs (and vice versa)

Improving exam results

Dealing with the pain of broken relationships

Creating aversions for cigarettes/foods

Relieving headaches

Relieving tinnitus

Creating excellent learning states

Creating optimum health states

Eliminating compulsions to eat

Modifying behaviours (e.g. nail biting)

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3 comments for “A Pocket Full of Change – Simply Practical NLP

  1. Mrs. Barbara L. Asselin
    January 6, 2014 at 1:50 PM

    Great to help you manage your inner dialogue Loved the visualization techniques suggested in this book and I found them really easy and practical. It was great dealing with my biggest phobia – thanks!

  2. JANET BLACK
    January 6, 2014 at 2:05 PM

    A good introduction to NLP While I have heard of NLP, I had never read anything about it. Some of these techniques are familiar to me although I didn’t learn them under the NLP title. This was a very interesting book. At times the descriptions seemed a little confusing but the examples clarified them.

  3. Anonymous
    January 6, 2014 at 2:34 PM

    In A Pocket Full of Change, the author describe the memes we internalize and that defines our emotions. He then uses NLP techniques of vizualization to illustrate several ways to mofify behaviors such as compulsions, phobias, fears, etc. I especially like the one relating to improve your grades. It is a good read to realize how our internal dialogues have been programmed and by doing simple visualization exercice, we can modify and change it for the better. It’s our choice. I recommend this book to anyone who want to understand how our internal thinking influence our behaviour

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