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I guess I expected change to be registered in a series of Aha's! I get along quite happily with Mother, and manage to do some sort of justice to both of us without feeling abused or dominated. I file things with scarcely a whimper [a task at which she had formerly rebelled], and I think I'm getting steadily better at doing the thing I'm doing now, without worrying about what I have to do two hours or two days from now. I'm quieter, more relaxed, and with no inclination to show off in groups -- I nearly missed that one. I was so amused when I suddenly realized how different I was being. And I'm much more observant of and interested in other people. Golly, that's a surprising total, isn't it -- and I guess there are other things too, but maybe that'll give you a rough idea. I haven't indulged in much self-evaluation (thank God! It's such a relief to get rid of that load. Several points characteristic of most clients emerge here. If your flowing money once encountered some rapids, crashed, or was lost, now your pattern may be to hold it in place to prevent being shipwrecked on the challenges of life. This behavior pattern happens with people with hundreds of thousands of dollars and with people who have much less money. Action Step Now notice whether you are holding your breath or breathing shallowly, and begin to refresh yourself with a few deep breaths. Allow your own wind to blow away any cobwebs from looking at this stuck energy. What emotions are you experiencing? What thoughts are circulating through your Rational Current? Did any images show up on the screen of your Creative Current? Do you have any money that is stuck? Would you be willing to release it into the flow and allow it to increase?

Life by Design lists several strategies, such as identifying your concerns, causes, and Break the loop, break the cycle through fear. We will gain confidence by studying and practicing these skills. Trust, in effect, builds trust, which we can then use to dismantle more deep-seated fears. While fear is not necessarily harmful and can be a good motivator, it is awful to be managed by fear. Online academy Udemy lists surmounting fears and gaining confidence as one of the key benefits of learning neuro-linguistic programming with courses focused on self-esteem, self-talk restructuring, and even becoming an accredited NLP Life Coach. Presentations may include a variety of concerns that may emerge from a lack of self-confidence, content, or even public speaking fear. So how does NLP help you overcome your fears? To take control of your fears and alter them, you must first be conscious of them, so knowledge is critical in the present moment. Second, acknowledging the events or actions triggering your fears leads us to the third point, breaking the pattern. Breaking a habit is like breaking an addiction. The first is that behavioral changes take place so spontaneously, grow so naturally out of the present organization of attitudes, that they are not noticed until some outside circumstance focuses attention on them. Another is the raw, unsteady, newborn feeling which accompanies personality change. A final characteristic is the very interesting fact that client-centered therapy, with the intense focusing upon self which it involves, has as its end result, not more self-consciousness, but less. One might say that there is less self-consciousness and more self. Another way of putting it is that the self functions smoothly in experience, rather than being an object of introspection. Or as one client states in a follow-up interview one year after the conclusion of therapy: I'm not self-conscious like I used to be. I don't concentrate on being myself. The presentation of such a wealth of material from this one client is not done with the implication that hers is a typical experience. No doubt it is atypical in as many ways as it is typical. The point is that all therapy is a completely unique experience for the client, and the more completely we sense this fact, the more it may be possible for us to facilitate this unique experience in others.

On what day will you gather yourself and your money together and take action so it can begin to grow? What about your own Emotional Current? Is it free to go with the flow--or do you need a time-out to experience your full cycle? Do you now see a feng shui challenge in a new way? Are you ready to take action and shift some furniture and belongings? By what day will you have made the changes? You remove the rocks and the stuck energy in your flow one step at a time. Now consider where you and your other currents are blocked and whether you are willing to release the stuck energy. Something as simple as cleaning out your sock or makeup drawer or your entryway begins the process. Rapids was a new concept for me, Terry told me after a workshop on creating abundance. It's not going to be easy at first, but you will change your mindset and eventually change your life. NLP can do just that. Be coached to success. Programming (NLP) is one of the most effective tools to help people make dramatic life changes. It is founded upon the premise that we can only experience a small part of the universe through our physical senses. The world view is filtered by perspectives, creeds, beliefs, and assumptions. NLP incorporates many strategies that can alter people's way of thought, learning, and communication. NLP practitioners, for example, also work with a variety of personal problems, ranging from shifting negative, self-limiting beliefs to confronting anxiety and overcoming grief. We also work with helping clients become successful in communication, inspiration, and peak business or sports results. It is a collection of models and concepts used to explain the connection between mind, language (verbal and nonverbal), and perception.

Certainly it appears to be true that our knowledge of psychotherapy will be more firmly based when it is possible to understand thoroughly, and with sensitive perception, the private worlds of many clients undergoing therapy, as we have been privileged to perceive the experience with this one client. SUGGESTED READINGS There has been very little effort to explore systematically the way in which therapy is experienced by the client. The article by Lipkin (117), from which several quotations have been drawn, is one such attempt. A somewhat less systematic account is a recent article by Axline (16) which gives a vivid description of play therapy as it is experienced by the young participants, both at the time and several years later. In regard to psychoanalysis, an article by Wood (227) gives the reactions of one psychologist to his analysis. Others -- for example, Boring (35), Landis (107), and Shakow (182) -- give somewhat less intimate accounts of their experiences in analysis in a single issue of the Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. All of these suffer from having been written long after therapy was concluded. A article by Kilpatrick in Horney's article (89) is entitled What Do You Do in Analysis, and attempts to describe the client's reactions. It is, however, an account by a therapist, not a first-hand account. I had assumed there was something wrong with me, the usual make-myself-wrong approach whenever I experienced a challenge in meeting a goal, especially financial ones. Once I began to inquire into my family's actions and beliefs, I began to see a pattern emerge. Someone had always pulled the rug out from under me just as I got going on a cherished goal. I had never let myself recognize any of my emotions around these crashes. Eventually the emotions and thoughts around them had congealed, and now I was cocreating that pattern for myself. It was very obvious in my environment. So I decided to change it. I began rearranging furniture, opening up new pathways. I even felt a shift in my body with the new arrangement. Then I allowed myself to feel, just a little, my stuck emotions and body sensations of tension.

NLP believes that human behavior is an entirely sensory feature. It is a robust and explicit model of human experience and communication. Term Neuro-Linguistic Programming is intended to symbolize the brain, language, and body relationship. NLP believes that conduct is conditioned by integrating and decoding representations of the neural system -- views, sounds, emotions, smells, and tastes. Since it's the study of human intelligence and subjective experience, it's important to remember that NLP is a model-- a set of tools with its utility intended to be the measure of its importance. Connect to your audience. NLP to help overcome your public speaking anxiety. Relieve fear of NLP talking to the public. Your mouth is running dry, and your knees begin knocking at the very thought of getting up and speaking in front of a party; Fear of public speaking is, according to a study, the number one foe in both the United Kingdom and the United States, above even fear of death, which came third. Some further light on the client's experience may be gained by reading the verbatim cases in Snyder's Casearticle of Nondirective Counseling (199), paying particular attention to those portions where the client is describing his or her experiencing of the process, rather than the problems or conflicts which are usually in focus. The reader who follows any of these suggested references will discover, among other things, how little this whole field has been explored. In every therapeutic orientation people are helped. They feel more comfortable within themselves. Their behavior changes, often in the direction of a better adjustment. Their personalities seem different, both to themselves and to others who know them. But what really happens in successful therapy? What are the psychological processes by which change comes about? In all the rich nuances of changing thoughts and feelings, as illustrated in the last article, are there any discernible generalities, any objective and scientifically accurate ways in which the process can be described for all clients? It is to a discussion of these questions in their particular relationship to client-centered therapy that this article is devoted.