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Which Way do Feelings Spin?

I have just posted a 9-minute demonstration to YouTube of the Spinning Feelings process, excerpted from my online streaming PTSD training. I learned this process from Nick Kemp some six years ago, who credits Richard Bandler for discovering that feelings spin, and that reversing this spin is a powerful intervention for resolving anxiety and […]

NLP Works for PTSD

In 1984, Connirae Andreas worked with John, a Vietnam vet who had tried all sorts of therapy to get over his PTSD for 13 years, without success. Using the V/K dissociation process, also known as the phobia cure or the “movie theater” method, she was able to resolve his PTSD in a single session lasting […]

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Free Audio and Video Programs

1. A GREAT Music Video from the Three Tomatoes (4:18) 2. Audio Interview with Steve. I recently did an hour long radio interview with Jose Drost-Lopez about my new book, Transforming Negative Self-Talk, which is available here, and which you can listen to any time. 3. Hour-long video webcast with Rich Simon, editor of the […]

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Andy Austin, author of The Rainbow Machine, first introduced us to his Metaphors of Movement process at the 2009 Advanced Mastery Training, and we have brought him to Boulder twice since then to teach it in much more detail. It reminds us strongly of our early days with Bandler and Grinder, when we were learning […]

Guest post by Connirae Andreas One-on-one coaches sometimes lament that participants in workshops seem to be so much more responsive than clients in individual sessions. There are definitely some advantages to the workshop setting, where the Trainer can begin by demonstrating a method with a volunteer from the audience. After this, the group is “primed.” […]