The NiP Algorithm

Desired Solution State

Specific description in terms of well-formedness to move

• Parts—suffering from having two or more "parts" in conflict

• Identity—suffering from having one's sense of self in distress

• States—experiencing problematic unresourceful states of consciousness

• Language—experiencing cognitive errors in self-talk and languaging oneself in negative and distressful ways

• rhinking styles—suffering from cognitive and perceptual distortions or simply inappropriate meta-programs

• Meanings—suffering from limiting beliefs and unenhancing meanings

• Strategies—suffering from not knowing how to achieve a piece of desired behavior (micro- and macro-behavior)

Present State ^

Description: specifically how does it create a problem?

Bridging to—

Kinds of resources needed

This diagram enables us to think about a "problem" in terms of moving from present state to desired state. This accordingly allows us to analyze the "problem", first in terms of how we currently experience it, think about it, feel it, the strategics and internal representations that comprise it, etc. (present state analysis). We can then move our consciousness to consider the desired state that we want to achieve and similarly analyze it.

Doing this analysis then raises resource questions—questions about how we move from one state to another and how we create bridges between them.

• What resources do we need to move from present state to desired state?

• What human technologies within the NLP model will assist us in moving from present state to desired state?

• What internal representations, submodalities, meta-programs, strategies, etc. will assist with this?

And now, the patterns.

Hypnosis Plain and Simple

Hypnosis Plain and Simple

These techniques will work for stage hypnosis or hypnotherapy, however, they are taught here for information purposes only. After reading this book you will have the knowledge and ability necessary to hypnotise people, but please do not practice hypnosis without first undergoing more intensive study.

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