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NLP Experience - Sydney

  • 13 Oct 2012
  • 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Sydney, NSW

Registration

We are very excited to bring the NLP Experience to Sydney on 13 October. We are looking forward to sharing more NLP with you, connecting you with new NLPers and reigniting your own passion in NLP. 

The NLP Experience at a Glance 

  - 8:30-9:00 -   Registration & Arrival Tea/Coffee

  - 9:00-9:30 -   ABNLP Address & Welcome 

  - 9:30-12:30 - Speaker 1 

  - 12:30-1:30 - Lunch (included) 

  - 1:30-4:30 -  Speaker 2 

  - 4:30-4:45 -  ABNLP Closing 

  - 5:00-6:00 -  Group Supervision (optional)


About the Speakers


Lynda Dyer
(NSW) - presenting Good Grief - An opportunity to move on. Lynda, Director of Mind Global Power, was one ofthe few people 
interviewed for "The Secret" because she cured herself of Lupus living her own material. 

Good Grief Stress Relief

People do Stress Relief and Grief Therapy very differently, so as a coach, it can be dealt with in many ways. One of the reasons I started to think about Good Grief Stress Relief is when I studied the body as a Physical Fitness instructor. When we are stressed the body begins to build up cortical steroids which can create lots of ongoing problems for the person. Imagine then, when a large section of a country is plummeted into a stress or grief situation by a catastrophic event? We have seen it many times in the last few years. We have seek earthquakes displace 10million people in China. We saw Japan almost wipe out their east coast with a tsunami. We saw hundreds die in New Orleans USA, Victorian fires here in Australia, catastrophic events in Haiti, Samoa, Iran, Afghanistan, Africa, and New Zealand. How does a whole country cope??? How do you cope?

A few years back I had six people die in a matter of six months plus my mum and my little puppy dog. I wondered how people get through so much grief, or do some of us just keep going and pretend we have “blocked it out”. I was walking up to the tennis courts for my morning workout as I did every day about a week after my little dog died and I asked the universe. “Why take her and my mum from me”? I was given a very clear message on that morning that changed my life. The message was “Your dog is in heaven on your mum’s lap”. I then of course started to argue with the universe....”why didn’t you tell me mum needed her????”

On the way home I can’t begin to tell you the relief I felt that my mum and Dog were together in heaven. I started to recall the whole life I had with my dog and I was laughing and crying all the way home. I sat down at the computer and wrote for three hours about when my dog was born and all the fun we had together while she grew from a puppy into a mature dog. I realised that when you think about the great times you had with your pet or the person that passes away your grief seems to subside. On that day I wrote my first book “Good Grief, What a Wonderful Life I had” That book has now been translated into three different languages and 10,000 copies have been sent all over the world to assist people to get through catastrophic events. My Mum and my little dog live on through the book healing people all over the world.

Frank Frikker (Qld) - presenting The Social Panorama, Co owner and Director of "mind and motion" Frank is a specialist at developing internal and external communication 
improvements for individuals, teams and 
organisations. 

The Social Panorama ( a Lucas Derks model)
Our lives are full of people; we are social animals. 
Most of our serious problems deal with how we relate to our fellow men. Unconsciously we create an imaginary landscape of people around us:
our social panorama. This 3 hrs workshop takes a look at the possibilities to change our social landscapes. 

The social panorama is a strong (NLP) tool for working with all kinds social issues and in team building. Surprisingly simple it helps to improve relations with our loved ones, friends, colleagues, children, parents, strangers and foreigners.The social panorama is root

people? For people with a background in NLP, t
ed in the social cognitive sciences: how do people think of
his model opens a door to intervene directly in the unconscious model of the social world. Especially when the social panorama techniques are used in combination with other NLP tools it offers a higher level of effectiveness to coaches, therapists and managers or everyone who deals with people that need to work together.

The concept of mental space plays a mayor role in the social panorama work. It is in the space around them that people normally project the images of all who are relevant to them. As soon as somebody has a problem with someone else, we can check the locations where the self and the other is projected in the social panorama.

The workshop will introduce this exiting and very useful model and demonstrate its methods. With the help of a series of exercises participants will be able to experience the effect of the social panorama. They will learn to gather information about a client’s social panorama and about applications in the workplace.

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