Write Your Way to a Happier and Healthier You

March 25, 2013

I was one of the candidates who took Jo Parfitt’s “The Naked Writer” course in October 2012. The course was made of six two and half hour sessions where we learn how to write from a place of pain. Incidentally, or perhaps this was orchestrated by my unconscious mind, two weeks prior to the start […]

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8 Steps to Ensure that Your New Year’s Goal is Achievable

January 21, 2013

It is January, the time of year when the partying is over and reality hits. Most people will be reflecting on the past year and planning on the year ahead. It is a time when people make resolutions and set goals and outcomes. Some goals will be achieved easily, others will be more challenging and […]

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The Power of Beliefs

November 8, 2012

I woke up with a jolt. It was 7am on the 16th of August. The A level results are out. I knew that my daughter was probably already up trying to access her results online. I got out of bed and went looking for her. As I rounded the corner into the living room and […]

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Discovering The Root Cause

August 22, 2012

Twelve years ago, I was sitting on the steps leading to the conference room that was being used for our NLP, Time Line Therapy and Hypnosis practitioner course. We were having a morning break after having had a lecture on Time Line Therapy and discovering the root cause of present behavioural problems. I was drinking […]

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Presenting Magically With NLP

July 12, 2012

Recently, I was at a Connecting Women meeting www.connectingwomen.nl   This is an organisation that holds a meeting once a month and gives the opportunity for women from all kinds of backgrounds to come together to share, network and inspire each other. As a member I was given the opportunity to showcase my NLP work. I […]

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The NLP Fast Phobia Cure

June 23, 2012

  Yesterday I worked with a client who had a phobia of spiders and cockroaches. In answer to my question “How long have you had this phobia?” she said, “For as long as I can remember, probably all my life”. We are born with two fears, fear of loud noises and fear of falling. Any […]

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Exam Fever

May 18, 2012

If you happen to have a son or daughter sitting their last year of school, you will know that at the moment IB students are almost done with their exams and A level students will soon be on their study leave. Yes. Exam fever is here. Does your son or daughter suffer from exam fever? […]

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The Meaning of Communication

May 3, 2012

People come from different backgrounds and hence use different languages, have different values, display different attitudes and have different perceptions of the world around them. With that in mind it is quite possible that as humans communicate with each other they often run into disagreements, misunderstandings or miscommunications. Coming from a mixed cultural background and […]

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Your recipe for a successful interview

April 23, 2012

Do you have a fear of interviews? Would you like to perform better at interviews?  If you answered yes to either of the above questions then read on.  While reading a section in The NLP Cookbook by Fran Burgess, I was reminded of a personal experience that took place some years ago. I was working as a […]

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Recipes for change

April 11, 2012

Recipes. Do they only relate to the food we eat? In my experience as a pharmacist, mother and now a Master practitioner of NLP, Hypnosis and Time Line Therapy, recipes play an important role in our lives. I would like to share with you the most important recipes of all: Recipes for Change. My friends […]

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