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How NLP Can Help With the Amygdala Hijack (Practical NLP Podcast Episode 90)

NLP has a number of ways to help people get over traumatic incidents. Let’s delve into them to see how they work.

Includes:

  • How your brain ‘pattern matches’ your experience in real time to scan for danger
  • Why talking about traumatic experiences isn’t always the best way to put them behind you
  • The vital structure/content distinction in NLP
  • Three types of cognitive reframing
  • Pavlov to the rescue!
  • How your brain’s routines are like the title sequence of ‘Elementary’
  • Why our problems are like hypnotic trances

… and much more!

Here’s a transcript of this episode:
https://nlppod.com/the-amygdala-hijack-nlp/

Duration: 16m53s

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Only the most recent 10 episodes of the podcast are available free on Apple Podcasts. You can download back episodes (with transcripts!) from the online store at https://webstore.coachingleaders.co.uk/practical-nlp-podcast-back-episodes/

Finally, it would really help me out if you review the podcast on Apple Podcasts (or wherever you found this podcast, if it takes reviews) to raise its profile so more people can benefit from it! Thanks.

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