Connecting thoughts (Neuro) with words (Linguistic) and actions (Programming) to achieve your desired outcome.
“The neurological system regulates how our bodies function, language determines how we interface and communicate with other people and our programming determines the kinds of models of the world we create. Neuro-Linguistic Programming describes the fundamental dynamics between mind (neuro) and language (linguistic) and how their interplay affects our body and behavior (programming).” (Dilts, 1999;2011)
“Hypnosis is best described as a very deep state of relaxation….it is a normal, natural, healthy state of mind.” (The Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists, 2013).
“Hypnosis is a process which produces relaxation, distraction of the conscious mind, heightened suggestibility and increased awareness, allowing access to the subconscious mind through the imagination. It also produces the ability to experience thoughts and images as real.” (Krasner, 2002).
multiple Brain Integration Techniques (mBIT)
Neuroscientists have recently found that as well as our brain between our ears, we have complex and functional neural networks—or brains—in both our heart and gut. These brains display both memory and intelligence and there’s growing evidence that they are very much part of the control and processing of numerous functions and behaviours (Kortsch, 2008).
mBIT is a technique for helping people get these multiple brains working together.
“Behavioral therapy uses the principles of behaviorism to increase desirable behaviors and reduce or eliminate unwanted ones” (Cherry, 2013)
The link between unresolved emotions stress and disease
“…research in the field of mind/body medicine shows that approximately 99 percent of the people who die of cancer (as well as heart disease) suffer from chronic, serious depression, anger or a combination of both emotions. This fact was first proven decades ago by scientists such as Dr. Hans Eysenck.
…According to famed holistic physician Dr. C. Norman Shealy, the most prevalent ongoing emotion leading up to cancer is depression, while chronic anger is the most likely emotion to cause heart disease and high blood pressure. These findings parallel those of former Stanford University scientist Dr. Bruce Lipton, whose research shows that chronic stress is a primary cause of more than 95 percent of all types of disease conditions.” (Goldberg, 2010)