Hypnosis for Healing and Growing

May 03, 2017 by Tom in  Articles

Hypnosis for Healing and Growing

For which reasons Hypnosis is good for Children? Children’s universe is a hypnotic world, naturally. To enter the world of children, is to accept being part of the game and of the experience. Being interested in their universe may not always seems easy.

When a child is playing, he is in a really intense emotional state, when he says ‘I am a knight!’, he does not pretend. He can fight and find strategies adapted to the situations that he is going through. The child is a fount of resources, when he is not subject to constraints, pressures, that diminish his ability and imagination.

Going back to being a child for a therapist, is a big difficulty. To do this, it is necessary to rise yourself to the level of the child, physically and mentally. This know-how is a technique, you cannot make it up, it leads you to open yourself to other conceptions, other orientations, other ways of doing.

What you will discover in this conference, will lead you to accept that solutions exist outside of your world map. Children that pretend to be ‘on the top of the Himalaya’ have maybe understood it, right before you?

Come and learn more about yourself at the World Congress 2017 – Hypnosis, Coaching & NLP in Paris.

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.

Hypno-Coaching: Metaphors

Hypno-Coaching: Metaphors

Are your metaphors, still working?

Do you have some trouble when providing new metaphors, when it comes to adapting them to your subject? Are your metaphors, working instantly?

We cannot hide it from ourselves, we are not perfect, and sometimes it is hard for us to establish new effective metaphors. However, this is an important lever to have this skill, for therapists and professional coaches.

It is important to know that, once we give a metaphorical story to our subject, we then have to create the ‘magic’ within the metaphor, in order to reach desired changes. On the other hand, any good practitioner knows that the most radical changes are the not the one that are slow to come, usually they are quick. It is clear the changes come through immediate awareness.

You will learn to ensure yourself that the metaphors given, are effective and ecological for your subject, and they will obviously have a great impact of your subject… You will be able to tell his own story within a different angle and a new perspective, so your subjects will find new meanings and he will mentally reorganize his mind.

If you want to stop unproductive brainstorming and start using effective metaphors, we invite you to the World Congress, in Paris, where you will find the key to metaphorical transformations.

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.

NLP and Hypnosis in our daily lives

NLP and Hypnosis in our daily lives

What are the boundaries of therapy? Is it more prevalent in our daily lives, than it actually seems?

When it comes to hypnosis, Richard Bandler and John Grinder used to ask each other: “What is hypnosis? And what it is not?”. Within this set of questions, one might also ask that question “What is therapy? And What it is not?”.

In “Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme” from Molière, Monsieur Jourdain, used to prose without even realising it. What about you? Are you doing therapy, without even realising it?
Sometimes, you are the first to be surprised when you found out that therapy actually works on you, without knowing what the levers were. A word? Or a simple sentence? Would that be enough to trigger a big change within you? It is important to stay close to your patient, to be there with him and to be his best supporter, but it is sometimes important, to know how to step back from your own practice, in order to capture what actually happens. Playing sorcerer’s apprentices can also be a problematic because words have the power of healing metaphors on others.

Come to know more about yourself, how words can relieve, help and heal people, at the World Congress, on the 8th, 9th and 10th of September 2017, in Paris. It is a must-see event!

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.

NLP & Using the Unconscious

NLP & Using the Unconscious

Do you know Saadi, the poet? He was born in 1210, and was one of the greatest Persian poets. He has a poor and difficult childhood and a tumultuous life made of studies, travels, exile in hostile environments, imprisonment and slavery. A life made up of disparate encounters: bandits, intellectuals, common people, who enriched him, thus pushing back the limits of his thoughts. In his book “The garden of fruits”, the poet asks us to devote our leisure ‘to wiping away the dust that tarnishes the mirror of our heart’.

What a wonderful metaphor to describe our struggle again ourselves, in connection with our negligence, our weakness and our humanity. Do you feel concerned by this 800 years old evocation? Are we all concerned? No matter what we think, it is essential, as a therapist, to know our shadow side, and how to implement our skills in order to tame it.

Our speaker Professor Reza Omraie uses “NLP and our unconscious mind” to help people in pain or suffering, according to him, it is our duty as a being, to consider the suffering as a whole, even if it is not physical.

This leads our practices through humanity, where everyone on this earth should feel responsible for peace, the environment and justice.

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.