Ericksonian Hypnosis & NLP

Ericksonian hypnosis

Ericksonian Hypnosis is a gentle, respectful and ethical approach to communicating with one’s own and other’s unconscious mind.

This enables you to discover and utilize your resources and ultimately reach your potential.

NLP is built on the fundamental principles of Ericksonian Hypnosis.

Without Milton Erickson NLP would not exist!

Dr. Erickson was a renowned and brilliant psychiatrist who created an approach to the unconscious mind, known as Ericksonian Hypnosis

He believed that a hypnotic trance was a natural occurring state that people experienced many times in their daily life.

He was the ones who provided the access and use of this natural state that stands for the ground breaking model that we apply today.

Trance is a state of very focused attention; hypnosis is the processes we use to access that state.

NLP (NeuroLinguistic Programming)

NLP is the study of the structure of subjective experience – the relationship between the mind, language, emotions and patterns of behavior. It is a psychology of interpersonal and intra-personal intelligence and communication.

NLP explores the inner workings of the human mind: how we think, how we develop our desires, goals and fears and how we motivate ourselves, make connections, and give meaning to our experiences.

NLP presents the specific skills and patterns necessary to make positive changes, create new choices, be more effective with others, break free of old habits, self-destructive patterns and behaviors, and think more clearly about what it is we want and how to get it.

Anné Linden, Director of The NYTI for NLP

NLP may be for you, if you are looking for a structure and tools to define and develop who you are, to find a connection with your unique possibilities, to increase your chances of reaching others, to connect to your unique possibilities, to increase your chances of reaching others, to tap into your limitless potential, to be more accepting of yourself and others, to know the difference between acceptance and attachment, to experience occasional moments of freedom.