Day: November 3, 2019

Building a New Self

Demonstration           And what is it that you’d like to–? (build)            Peter: Well, “lovable” really hit a chord.            OK, you don’t think of yourself as lovable.            Peter: Not particularly.            think of you as lovable, so come on up. (Peter comes to the front of the room.)   OK, now when I said that, what did you do inside?            Peter: (shaking his …

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Resolving Shame

Shame Pattern Demonstration        Steve: First, I presume you already have in your mind something that causes you to feel shame.       Woman: Yes, it’s ah–       Steve: And don’t tell them any content. They will get nosy and their brains will get derailed, and they won’t notice we’re doing anything. OK, you got one? (Uhhuh.) Is this a specific time …

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“Kinesthetic Swish”

Introduction         In their recent Anchor Point article (September 1998, pp 33-37),  Michael Hall and Debra Lederer present a procedure which they call  “The Kinesthetic Swish Pattern.”         I am sure that the pattern they present is useful to clients, since it includes the following elements or patterns:     1. “At least” four spatial anchors (“as many as six to ten,” …

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