From the moment I attended my first NLP Practitioner course, I was fascinated not just by the techniques and the attitudes of its practitioners, but also by the flexibility of the NLP framework. Or to use a famous statement: "If it works, it's NLP!"
In this spirit, whenever I learned a new technique or distinction, I always asked myself "How can I use this with my clients or in my seminars?"
When I learned about kinesiology and energy medicine, it was very easy to link it to NLP, as both approaches address the question of "What is stopping me from getting to be where I want to be and how can I fix it?"
Without going into too much detail (and apologies for simplifying certain concepts), in applied kinesiology, muscle testing can be used to find out if something is beneficial or detrimental to us by checking whether our muscles test strong or weak when being confronted with certain substances. As an example, if you are gluten intolerant and I hand you a foot item containing gluten, your muscles will test weak. (This is how I was diagnosed as being gluten intolerant after years of visiting GPs who could not make head or tails of the wide variety of symptoms I was suffering from.)
Wouldn't it be useful if we could find out at the start of a session if there are any hidden blocks within our clients that might stop them from responding to the NLP interventions we want to utilise in helping them?
Over the years I have noticed that there seem to be several major blocks that prevent clients from experiencing successful change.
In this seminar, we will learn several tools to identify these inner blocks and how to fix them using our existing NLP skills, as well as techniques from the field of Energy Medicine.
No jargon, just a tiny bit of theory and a lot of immediately applicable tools and techniques. I hope you can join me.
By Dirk Bansch