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Using your Brain for a change. Bibliography: p. Includes index. Neurolinguistic programming. Andreas, Steve. Andreas, Connirae. Using , Your , Richards , Brain , Using your brain. Link to this page:. Who's Driving the Bus? Handler pokes fun at many of our current ways of attempting to think about and solve human problems, as he begins to provide alternatives.
Running your Own Brain Depending upon the size, brightness, closeness, etc. Understanding these simple principles allows us to change our experiences so that we respond the way we want. Points of View Seeing a memory from your own point of view through your own eyes has a very different impact than watching yourself in that memory from some other point of view.
Knowing how to use this difference allows you to cure a phobia or a "post-traumatic stress syndrome" in a few minutes, among other things. IV Going Wrong We often try to correct problems after something has gone wrong, rather than doing things ahead of time to make sure they go the way we want them to.
The attempted correction often makes the problem worse. Going for it We all motivate ourselves to do things repeatedly throughout the day. Knowing how this works makes it possible to choose what we're motivated to do, and to use powerful positive feelings to do it. A way to change critical internal voices into friendly and useful allies is also demonstrated.
Understanding Confusion The ways we each organize our experience to understand something are unique, and can be directed and modified. Beyond Belief Our brains code our internal experiences so that we know what we believe and what we don't. By directly accessing and changing this internal coding, it is possible to quickly change limiting beliefs about yourself into resourceful and empowering beliefs.
Learning Our educational system has attempted to teach students con- tent, rather than teach them how to learn. Memory and "learning disabilities" arc also discussed. The Swish By understanding how your Brain links experiences, it is possible to make any problem situation into a cue for you to become more of who you want to be. This method provides a generative solution for almost any problem behavior or response.
It is demonstrated with smoking and other habitual responses. Afterword Appendices Selected Bibliography Index Introduction How often have you heard the phrase, "She has a bright future" or, "He has a colorful past"? They are precise descriptions of the speak- er's internal thinking, and these descriptions are the key to learn- ing how to change your own experience in useful ways. For instance, right now notice how you picture a pleasant future event in your own life.. When you brighten that picture, do you "look forward" to it more?
Most people respond more strongly to a brighter picture; a few respond more to a dimmer picture. Now take a pleasant memory from your past and literally make the colors stronger and more intense.. How does having a "colorful past" change the intensity of your response to that memory? If you don't notice a difference in your feelings when you make your memory more colorful, try seeing that memory in black and white.
As the image loses its color, typically your response will be weaker. Another common expression is, "Add a little sparkle to your life. Television adver- tisers and designers of sequined clothing know about this one! Think of a memory that still makes you feel bad, and then notice where you see it now, and how far away the picture is.
Probably it's fairly close in front of you. Now take that picture and physically move it far behind you. How does that change how you experience that memory? These are a few very basic examples of the simplicity and power of the new NLP "Submodalities" patterns developed by Richard Handler in the last few years. Submodalities are the smaller elements within each modality. For example, a few of the visual Submodalities are brightness, color, size, distance, location, and focus.
Knowledge of Submodalities opens up a whole new realm of change patterns that are even faster, easier, and more specific. When we were first introduced to NLP in the fall of , we set aside most of what we were doing in order to study these exciting and rapid new ways of changing behavior. At that time Richard Bandler and John Grinder were collaborating on the development of this new field, which promised a great deal. NLP taught how to follow a person's internal process by paying atten- tion to unconscious eye movements, how to change old unpleasant feeling responses in minutes, and much more.
Now, seven years later, all those promises and many more have been kept. NLP has often been described as the field on the cutting edge of communication and change.
NLP offers a conceptual understanding that is solidly based on information science and computer programming, yet rooted even more thoroughly in the observation of living human expe- rience. Everything in NLP can be directly verified in your own experience, or by observing others. Introduction 3 The new submodality patterns described and taught in this book are even faster and more powerful ways of creating personal change than the earlier NLP methods.
There are only three major modalities, but there are many Submodalities within each modality. Submodalities are literally the ways that our brains sort and code our experience. The submodality change patterns can be used to directly change the human software the ways we think about and respond to our experiences. This book opens a doorway to a practical new way of under- standing how your mind works. More important, this book teaches specific simple principles that you can use to "run your own Brain.
Many of us have the ability to take known principles and make useful adaptations of those principles, or make a small innovation now and then. Richard Handler's special genius is his unparalleled ability to repeatedly delineate new principles, and to make them available to the rest of us.
His sense of humor may sometimes sound caustic and arrogant, particularly when it is directed toward the professions of psychology and psychiatry al- though other "experts" get their share! We know well the frustration of being told, "It can't be done," when we have demonstrated it hundreds of times, and taught many others to do it consistently. When a major technical innovation occurs in any industry, manufacturers around the world are eager to make immediate use of the new method, because they know that if they don't, com- petitors will put them out of business.
Unfortunately, there is 4 Using your Brain much more inertia in fields like psychology, in which professionals get paid more if they take longer to solve a problem. Since incompetence is rewarded, new and better methods take much longer to become part of the mainstream in these fields. This inertia in the field of psychology has also been lamented by many others. Tinnitus …. Time , Any time , Approaching , The art of approaching.
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Using your Brain for a change. Bibliography: p. Includes index. Neurolinguistic programming. Andreas, Steve. Andreas, Connirae.
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Main article: Neuro-linguistic programming Bandler helped Robert Spitzer edit The Gestalt Approach based on a manuscript by gestalt therapist Fritz Perls who had died in He also assisted with checking transcripts for Eye Witness to Therapy John Grinder , a professor at the University, said to Bandler that he could explain almost all of the questions and comments Bandler made using transformational grammar. Together, they created what they called a therapist training group. The focus of this three hour weekly group was the use of language as an agent of change. Later on, they focused on the use of language to understand and use "representational systems". Their teaching and coaching of students resulted in the development of a model intended for therapy, and this model was called the Meta-Model.
Richard Wayne Bandler born February 24, is an American author and trainer in the field of self-help. He is best known as the co-creator of with John Grinder Neuro-linguistic programming NLP , the study of successful behaviors and the thoughts that produce them. Bandler was born in Teaneck, New Jersey , where he spent the first five years of his life before moving to California and various other places where his parents shifted. He has stated in early life he had been beaten so every bone in his body was broken. After his parents separated, he moved with his mother and stayed mostly in and around San Francisco.