THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 11, BELOW---
NLP uses DELIBERATELY vague conversations to con you..
Humans have an amazing capacity to make sense of what people say – even when it’s utter gobbledygook. Sometimes, being artfully vague is valuable – when you’re non-specific in the content of what you say you enable other people to fill the gaps for themselves.
When your language construction is deliberately vague, people can take what they need from your words in a way that’s most appropriate for them.
The Milton Model is a set of language patterns that you can use to take somebody into a trance state, an altered state of consciousness, in which they can access unconscious resources, make changes, and solve their own problems.
The Milton Model is named after Milton H Erickson, a conman, one of the most influential of all hypnotherapists. Milton H Erickson pretended to be a healer. He would often make young attractive women strip naked.
Milton Hyland Erickson specialized in medical hypnosis and family therapy. He was founding president of the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis and a fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, and the American Psychopathological Association.
He is noted for his approach to the unconscious mind as creative and solution-generating. He is also noted for influencing brief therapy, strategic family therapy, family systems therapy, solution focused brief therapy, and of course NLP deception.. He developed an extensive use of therapeutic metaphor and story as well as hypnosis and coined the term brief therapy for his method of addressing therapeutic change in relatively few sessions.
Erickson was a poor farmer’s son with NO basic education. He rose because of his glib tongue and street smartness. He was a late developer and was both dyslexic and color blind- a poor specimen of the human race.
Erickson did bullshit brief therapy . It was touted as highly strategic, exploratory, and solution-based rather than problem-oriented. It is less concerned with how a problem arose than with the current factors sustaining it and preventing change.
Brief therapy does not adhere to one "correct" approach, but rather accept that there being many paths, any of which may or may not in combination turn out to be ultimately beneficial.
Conman Richard Bandler, the co-founder of NLP, took up Ericksons’s brief therapy like a duck to water.
"It's easier to cure a phobia in ten minutes than in five years... I didn't realize that the speed with which you do things makes them last... I taught people the phobia cure. They'd do part of it one week, part of it the next, and part of it the week after. Then they'd come to me and say "It doesn't work!" If, however, you do it in five minutes, and repeat it till it happens very fast, the brain understands. That's part of how the brain learns... I discovered that the human mind does not learn slowly. It learns quickly. I didn't know that. " BALLS !!
Where classical hypnosis is authoritative and direct and often encounters resistance in the subject, Erickson's approach was permissive, accommodating and indirect—in a slimy manner . For example, where a classical hypnotist might say "You are going into a trance", an Ericksonian hypnotist would be more likely to say "you can comfortably learn how to go into a trance". In this way, he provides an opportunity for the subject to accept the suggestions they are most comfortable with, at their own pace, and with an awareness of the benefits. BALLS !
The subject knows they are not being hustled and takes full ownership of, and participates in, their transformation. Because the induction takes place during the course of a normal conversation, Ericksonian hypnosis is often known as Covert or Conversational Hypnosis. SLIME AT ITS BEST !
Conman Erickson maintained that it was not possible consciously to instruct the unconscious mind, and that authoritarian suggestions were likely to be met with resistance. The unconscious mind responds to openings, opportunities, metaphors, symbols, and contradictions.
Effective hypnotic suggestion, then, should be "artfully vague", leaving space for the subject to fill in the gaps with their own unconscious understandings - even if they do not consciously grasp what is happening. The skilled hypnotherapist constructs these gaps of meaning in a way most suited to the individual subject - in a way which is most likely to produce the desired change.
For example, the authoritative "You will stop smoking" is likely to find less leverage on the unconscious level than "You can become a non-smoker". The first is a direct command, to be obeyed or ignored (and notice that it draws attention to the act of smoking); the second is an opening, an invitation to possible lasting change, without pressure, and is less likely to raise resistance. BALLS !
Richard Bandler and John Grinder identified this kind of "artful vagueness" as a central characteristic of their 'Milton Model', a systematic attempt to codify Erickson's hypnotic language patterns. WE CALL THIS DECEPTION!
A confused person has their conscious mind busy and occupied, and is very much inclined to draw upon unconscious learnings to make sense of things. A confused person is in a trance of their own making - and therefore goes readily into that trance without resistance. Confusion might be created by ambiguous words, complex or endless sentences, pattern interruption or a myriad of other techniques to incite transderivational searches. HEY , NO WONDER THESE SLIMY BASTARDS ARE TOTAL FAILURES AT HOME
Among Erickson's best-known innovations is the hypnotic handshake induction, which is a type of confusion technique. The induction is done by the hypnotist going to shake hands with the subject, then interrupting the flow of the handshake in some way, such as by grabbing the subject's wrist instead.
If the handshake continues to develop in a way which is out-of-keeping with expectations, a simple, non-verbal trance is created, which may then be reinforced or utilized by the hypnotist. All these responses happen naturally and automatically without telling the subject to consciously focus on an idea.
The various descriptions of Erickson's hypnotic handshake, including his own very detailed accounts, indicate that a certain amount of improvisation is involved, and that watching and acting upon the subject's responses is the key to a successful outcome. ANY STREET MAGICIAN CAN DO THIS
Erickson described the routine as follows:---
Initiation: When I begin by shaking hands, I do so normally. The "hypnotic touch" then begins when I let loose. The letting loose becomes transformed from a firm grip into a gentle touch by the thumb, a lingering drawing away of the little finger, a faint brushing of the subject's hand with the middle finger - just enough vague sensation to attract the attention. As the subject gives attention to the touch of your thumb, you shift to a touch with your little finger. As your subject's attention follows that, you shift to a touch with your middle finger and then again to the thumb.
This arousal of attention is merely an arousal without constituting a stimulus for a response. The subject's withdrawal from the handshake is arrested by this attention arousal, which establishes a waiting set, and expectancy.
Then almost, but not quite simultaneously (to ensure separate neural recognition), you touch the undersurface of the hand (wrist) so gently that it barely suggests an upward push. This is followed by a similar utterly slight downward touch, and then I sever contact so gently that the subject does not know exactly when - and the subject's hand is left going neither up nor down, but cataleptic.
Termination: If you don't want your subject to know what you are doing, you simply distract their attention, usually by some appropriate remark, and casually terminate. Sometimes they remark, "What did you say? I got absentminded there for a moment and wasn't paying attention to anything." This is slightly distressing to the subjects and indicative of the fact that their attention was so focused and fixated on the peculiar hand stimuli that they were momentarily entranced so they did not hear what was said.
Utilisation: Any utilisation leads to increasing trance depth. All utilisation should proceed as a continuation of extension of the initial procedure. Much can be done nonverbally; for example, if any subjects are just looking blankly at me, I may slowly shift my gaze downward, causing them to look at their hand, which I touch and say "look at this spot.". This intensifies the trance state. Then, whether the subjects are looking at you or at their hand or just staring blankly, you can use your left hand to touch their elevated right hand from above or the side - so long as you merely give the suggestion of downward movement. Occasionally a downward nudge or push is required. If a strong push or nudge is required, check for anaesthesia.
Richard Bandler was a keen proponent of the handshake induction, and developed his own SLIMY variant, which is commonly taught in NLP workshops.
Any habitual pattern which is interrupted unexpectedly will cause sudden and light trance. The handshake is a particularly good pattern to interrupt because the formality of a handshake is a widely understood set of social rules. Since everyone knows that it would be impolite to comment on the quality of a handshake, regardless of how strange it may be, the subject is obliged to embark on an inner search (known as a transderivational search, a universal and compelling type of trance) to identify the meaning or purpose of the subverted pattern.
Erickson, as a psychiatrist ABUSED his patients by tying them up in straitjackets.. This was Erickson's authoritarian approach as "prison-camp therapy" and "therapist-as-boss".
Erickson was modeled (Milton model) by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, the co-founders of Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP).
It’s possible to get certified in NLP in 4 days or sooner, which is patently ridiculous. Nobody with 4 days experience should be attempting to coach or offer intervention processes PERIOD.
These NLP bastards damage the human psyche irreversibly
Below: This has nothing to with Sanatana Dharma or India. Why does Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev ( who thinks karma does not catch up behind closed doors ) need to dress like Osho ? Why does he need to speak English with a gora accent ?
I HAVE DWELT UPON ALL REPEAT ALL THE NLP METHODS—AND COME TO THE CONCLUSION THAT IT IS ALL BULLSHIT STEEPED IN SLIME AND DECEIT
WE ASK THE INDIAN GOVT TO KEEP A TARCK OF NLP GURUS IN INDIA WHO ARE SPONSORED BY FOREIGN MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES , PAYING THEM HUGE AMOUNTS OF MONEY—TO DAMAGE THE PSYCHE OF INDIANS
THESE NLP SESSIONS ARE DUMPED ON THEIR HEADS DURING COMPANY SEMINARS IN A COMPULSORY MANNER
WHEN MY COMPANY HAD A 3 DAY SEMINAR AT A 5 STAR HOTER IN GOA ( BEACH SIDE ) I HAVE WATCHED NLP SESSIONS –JUST BY SLIPPING IN UNNOTICED .
LET ME GIVE A COUPLE OF EXAMPLES – OF NLP NONSENSE.
IF CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL WHO CAN PUT THE COMBINED INTELLECT OF BANDLER, GRINDER AND ERICKSON UNDER THE FORESKIN OF HIS UNCIRCUMCISED PRICK AND HAVE SPACE FOR 99% MORE— PEOPLE WILL TAKE NOTE.
I DO NOT DUMP PEOPLE IN THE VADAKAYIL GARBAGE BUCKET OR FLUSH THEM DOWN THE SHITHOLE , UNLESS I HAVE READ AT LEAST 90% OF THEIR WORKS . UNLESS YOU KNOW SPEED READING A SINGLE MORTAL CANT DO THIS
I DO NOT DUMP PEOPLE IN THE VADAKAYIL GARBAGE BUCKET OR FLUSH THEM DOWN THE SHITHOLE , UNLESS I HAVE READ AT LEAST 90% OF THEIR WORKS . UNLESS YOU KNOW SPEED READING A SINGLE MORTAL CANT DO THIS
A limiting decision is one that you made in the past when, for some reason, you decided that you were unable to do something, because you were too stupid, unfit, poor, or any number of other reasons. For example, you may have said: ‘I can never be slim’ os.’ The limiting decision limits your potential, interfering with your success.
This exercise introduces you to a process that helps you to remove the negative emotions you may be holding on to, such as being prone to inappropriate feelings of anger. Please remember to keep an open mind to the answers that your unconscious mind presents:---
1. Find yourself somewhere safe and quiet to relax, and think of a mildly negative emotion you experienced in the past.
2. Check with yourself that learning from the event and releasing the emotion is okay. When you relax, ask your unconscious mind, ‘Is it okay for me to let go of this anger?’
3. Ask your unconscious mind, ‘What’s the root cause of this problem, which when I’m disconnected from it, is going to cause the problem to disappear? Was it before, during, or after my birth?’
When you ask your unconscious mind whether the root cause was before, during, or after your birth, please keep an open mind about the answer you receive. Your unconscious mind absorbs a lot of information and makes a lot of decisions without your conscious awareness.
4. When you obtain the root cause, float way above your time line so that you can see your past and your future stretching below you.
5. Still above your time line, float back along it until you’re above the SEE (location 2 in Figure ). Take on-board what you saw, felt, and heard.
6. Ask your unconscious mind to learn what it needs to from the event in order for it to let go of the negative emotions easily and quickly.
7. Float to location 3 in Figure , which is above and 15 minutes before the SEE.
8. As you float above your time line at location 3, turn and face the present so you can see the root cause in front of you and below you.
9. Give yourself permission to let go of all the negative emotions associated with the event and notice where the negative emotions, if any, are now.
Have all the other negative emotions associated with the event also disappeared?
10. If other negative emotions remain, use each ‘out’ breath to release all the emotions that are associated with the SEE.
11. Stay at location 3 until you feel, or know, that all the negative emotions have dissipated.
12. When you’re ready, and by that we mean when you feel you have released the negative emotions, float back to location 1.
Go only as fast as your unconscious mind can learn from similar events and let go of all the associated emotions.
13. Come back down into the room.
14. Just test – go into the future to when an event would have triggered the emotions you let go, and notice that the emotions have gone.
If you don’t get the results you hoped for, you may need to ask your unconscious mind to present you with the reason why you haven’t let go of the emotions.
The best time for this is when you’re dropping off to sleep, are deeply relaxed, or meditating. If you don’t get an answer that you understand, you may need to work with a coach or therapist to clear issues from your past that are stopping you from getting the results you want.
This exercise can also be used for getting rid of a limiting decision. For example, you may have decided to stay poor or unhealthy, or made some other self-defeating decision such as ‘I can never be truly successful.’ Follow the above process, using the limiting decision in place of the negative
Travelling in Time to Improve Your Life --- shit NLP method--
Imagine what you’d see, hear, and feel when the event causing you anxiety is over and has been successful. Then, when you travel forward above your time line to beyond the successful conclusion of the event, you find that the anxiety no longer exists. Using Figure as a reference, follow these steps:--
1. Find yourself somewhere safe and quiet to relax, and think of an event about which you’re feeling anxious; check with your unconscious mind that letting go of the anxiety is okay.
2. Now float way above your time line so that you can see your past and your future stretching below you.
3. Still above your time line, float forward along it until you’re above the event that’s making you anxious.
4. Ask your unconscious mind to learn what it needs to from the event in order for it to let go of the anxiety easily and quickly.
5. When you have the necessary information, float farther into the future, along your time line until you’re 15 minutes after the successful conclusion of the event about which you were feeling anxious.
6. Turn and look towards it now and notice that you’re calm and no longer anxious.
In the unlikely event that some anxiety remains, relax deeply and allow your unconscious mind to present you with the reason why you haven’t let go of the anxiety. It may be that you need some skills to boost your confidence. If you have a history of not being your best – at least in your opinion – at similar past events, go back along your time line to uncover negative emotions or limiting decisions before doing the exercise again.
7. When you’re ready, float back to your present.
8. Just test – go into the future to the event and confirm that the anxiety no longer exists.
Creating a better future— shit NLP fuckin’ method--
When you know how to travel your time line, imagine taking some irresistible, compelling goals and putting them into your future, and how great that would be:---
1. Find somewhere safe and quiet to relax and design your goal.
2. Float way above your time line so that you can see your past and your future stretching below you.
3. Still above your time line, float forward along your time line until you’re over the time by which you want to have achieved your goal.
4. Turn and look back to now and allow all the events along your time line to align so that they support your goal, noting any actions you may have to take along the way.
5. When you’re ready, float back to your present and back down into the room.
Always check your motives when setting and obtaining your goals, in order to ensure that they fit within all areas of your life
4. This process is called the ecology check. By really examining your reasons, you can ensure that no hidden negative emotions are driving you. For instance, if you’re focusing on making a lot of money, you may want to know that the desire stems from wanting to be comfortably secure and able to help those less fortunate than yourself, and not because you’re trying to escape a poverty-stricken childhood.
Trying the visual squash technique— shit NLP method -
In principle, this exercise involves identifying the parts involved in a conflict and discovering their common intention before integrating them.
1. Identify two parts of yourself that may be in conflict.
For instance, a part of you wants you to be healthy while another part of you puts up an almighty fight when you want to exercise.
2. Sit in a quiet place where you’re unlikely to be disturbed.
3. Ask the problem part to come out and stand on one hand.
In the example in step 1, this problem is the part averse to exercise.
4. Imagine the part as a person and see what the person looks like, sounds like, and what feelings that person has.
5. Ask the non-problem part to come out and stand on the other hand.
In the example in step 1, this is the part that wants to be healthy.
6. Imagine this part as a person and see what the person looks like, sounds like, and what feelings that person has.
7. Starting with the problem part, ask each part ‘What’s your positive intention and purpose?’ Keep repeating the question and building a hierarchy until both parts realise that they have the same intention.
The part averse to exercise may say things such as, ‘I get tired’, ‘it’s important to conserve energy’, or ‘I want to make the world a better place.’ In contrast, the part that wants to be healthy may say, ‘I like the buzz I get’, ‘I have more energy’, or ‘I want to make the world a better place.’
8. Ask each part what resources it has that the other part would find useful in attaining the common, positive purpose of each part.
The part averse to exercise may say things like, ‘I have the imagination to design better solutions’ or ‘I understand the problems people may experience.’ Whereas the part that wants to be healthy may say, ‘I have the energy to put into changing the world’ or ‘I have the discipline it takes to make the world a better place.’
9. Bring both your hands together and fully integrate the parts and their resources, seeing a new you, hearing what that new you may say, and recognising new feelings that you may have.
10. Now go back to before your conception and travel along your time line to now, with the new, integrated you, changing your history along your time line.
Remember that your memories are only a construction of your mind. If, in the past, you chose to make a decision – such as ‘exercise is tiring’ – your whole time line is based on that decision. If you then resolve this issue by integrating it with a decision you make to be healthy, you can change your time line to accommodate the new, healthy you.
BALLS you NLP cunts !
If Capt Ajit Vadakayil cannot trash NLP -- nobody else can do this on this planet ! This is why I am wasting my time with this extreme bullshit !!
Because Capt Ajit Vadakayil is acknowledged as the best CHANGE MANAGER at sea --
---no cheating-- no slime-- no conning --no deceit --no milking money !
Richard Bandler and John Grinder, the co-creators of NLP, discovered that when people speak, three key processes happen naturally, which they labelled deletion, generalisation, and distortion.
People delete information by not giving the whole story, make generalisations by extrapolating from one experience to another, and distort reality by letting their imaginations run wild.
WELLTHIS HAPPENS MAINLY TO NLP CUNTS OF THE WHITE SKINNED VARIETY !
NLP says that the most powerful words in the English language are “that’s right”.
Embedded commands or questions are sentences that are constructed so as to contain within them the outcome that Erickson wanted from the client, as with the italicised parts of the following sentences:--
### ‘I’m curious about whether you will learn to relax and let yourself be comfortable in a few moments.’
### ‘What is interesting is when did you last learn so easily?’
The purpose of the embedded command is to send directions straight to the unconscious mind, without the conscious mind blocking them.
BALLS –ONLY CUNTS FALL FOR SUCH SLIMY PRAISE . INTELLIGENT MEN WILL ASK—WHAT ARE YOU UP TO BUSTER ?
Erickson used his tone of voice to mark the commands out from the rest of the sentence: for example, by deepening his voice for the command element.
NLP SLIME -- MILTON MODEL AND META MODEL
ALL THIS HAS NO LASTING EFFECT-- JUST LIKE STREET MAGICIANS THESE NLP BASTARDS MAKE A CHOOT OUT OF YOU
ERICKSON SPENT HIS LIFE ON A WHEELCHAIR WHILE MAKING MOOLAH BY EXTREME DECEIT
MaxmadJune 24, 2017 at 1:28 AM
Captain , i have a serious concern , we are depending too much on your revealations ,your posts,opinions for almost everything , what will happen when this flow of knowledge stops someday like how Greek knowledge came to an end when arabs blocked the silk road to India , whatever you have wrote years back now mainstream media suddenly parroting as if they have found it just yesterday ,but we readers know about those things already , who will guide the future of India ? is it ever possible that all Indians wake up to the reality someday and walk together ?
TO BE CONTINUED--
CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL