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Transforming Your Self Workshop and New (Old) Articles

Transforming Your Self Workshop

Damon Cart will be teaching a weekend workshop (based on my book with the same title) in Santa Cruz, CA May 14-15. Damon is a young trainer who has an unusually good grasp of the core principles of NLP, and who has special interest in, and ability to use, the self-concept methodology I developed. I have been mentoring Damon over the past year or so, and it is a pleasure to recommend his training.

Book Chapter

Adjusting personal boundaries is a ridiculously easy way to adjust our unconscious responses in challenging situations, and it doesn’t require any fancy theory or special skill. It only involves paying attention, and experimenting with changes to find out which ones serve you well. I have just put chapter 13, Adjusting Your Protective Boundaries from Transforming Your Self on my web site, for all to read free.

Older articles

I have also been sorting through some old files, and found several articles that never (yet) found their way onto my web site. Here they are (free):

1982 Neuro-Linguistic Programming: A New Technology for Training

1992 Where is NLP Going?

1999 What Makes a Good NLPer?

1999 Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP): Changing Points of View

(Much of this article is an excerpt from Using Your Brain—for a change.)

2000 Congruence

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Breaking Patterns of Depression: Hypnosis and Building Resources (Video Review)
Briefer than Brief: A Methodical approach to spontaneous change
Building a New Quality of Self-concept
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Certainty and Uncertainty
Changing Beliefs: Transcript of DVD
Changing Levels of Meaning and Experience
Congruence
Creating an Intense Response: The Therapeutic Trauma
Determinism: Prerequisite for a Meaningful Freedom
Do You Feel What I Feel?
Embedding the Message
Enlarging the Frame
Escaping the "Black Hole" of Judgement
Forgiveness
Gaining Additional Perspectives in Relationships
Humor, the Brain, and Personal Change
It's Just Not Fair
Logical Level Confusion
Looking Backward (at a few of the bends and dips in the road)
Memory Bank
Modeling Modeling
Modeling With NLP
Modal Operators
Neuro-Linguistic Programming: A New Technology for Training
Neuro-Linguistic Programming: Changing Points of View
NLP Practitioners Doing Therapy
Nonverbal (Contextual) Implication
Not Self
Perspective Patterns
Practical Spirituality
Resolving Grief
Scheduling Unconscious Responses
Selecting a Resource to Anchor
Self-contradiction
Shame
The Decision Destroyer
The Emperor's New Prose
The Hidden Curriculum of Everyday Life: the details of how we generalize
The Kinesthetic Swish
The True Genius of Virginia Satir
Transforming an Uncertain/Ambiguous Quality
Turning Refuseniks into Customers: therapy with involuntary clients
Understanding Comics: the invisible art (Book Review)
Use Your Buts well
Verbal Implication
Virginia Satir's Flexibility
What Makes a Good NLPer?
Where is NLP Going?
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