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20 days ago
DaveDDM
That is a school of thought, yes. However, it doesn't address the issues of hypnotic phenomena that can't happen without hypnosis being real, such as automatic ideomotor and ideosensory phenomena, nor does it explain the efficacy of indirect hypnosis. One of my teachers produced a theory called the implicit neural activation and information processing theory. I think it's worth che
Forum: Coercive Persuasion and Undue Influence
22 days ago
DaveDDM
Looks like Lakhani might have passed away in 2022, at least from a YouTube video I saw
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
23 days ago
DaveDDM
A long time ago, Lakhani claimed that he helped a 12-year-old boy stop wetting the bed. I'm wondering if he didn't take that from Dr. Milton Erickson, who famously used a metaphor about baseball to teach a young boy about bladder control...
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
4 months ago
DaveDDM
Shout out to Corboy for pointing out something I didn't think about when I posted about Pucelik's book. There are two versions: one from circa 1990, and the other is an updated version. The one from 1990 is the one I'm referencing, with the writing team of Pucelik and Byron Lewis. It's a good read, and I might have to get myself the updated version, too
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
4 months ago
DaveDDM
News about the "Turnaround"... I got a book from the "secret" third man who helped create NLP, named Frank Pucelik. It's called, "The Magic of NLP, Demystified". Check out his version of the meta model in the book. You'll find a section on referential indexes. This section is broken up into five subsections, one of which is called, "reversed referen
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
DaveDDM
question lady Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteygHi Solea > > The issue of authority is a big one, and if we > e were not looking to authority outside of > ourselves, or authority learned from outside of > ourselves but now internalized, we would not be > prey to so much. > > > > Getting free of the lure and the
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
DaveDDM
helpme2times Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Remember that video where Katie is counseling the > woman who is afraid of war? Well, there are > actually three videos covering the entire > dialogue. I just watched > Part > 2 - "I'm Afraid of War". > > Actually I didn't make it through the whole video. > It bo
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
10 months ago
DaveDDM
jj52 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Zentient, > > I don't know anything about the Unity Church, but > I did think it was really odd that a Church would > have Katie come do a seminar there when I saw that > event listed awhile back. Katie's belief system is > so Anti-everything-Christian... she doesn't belong > tea
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
11 months ago
DaveDDM
Thank you for the welcome. I had gone through TAC's replies on the subject, as well as several others, and I'm glad to see so much information is out there already. I really do hope anyone who was drawn into BK's institution finds these posts and breaks free. I'm new to NLP, relatively speaking, but a lot of people who have been around much longer are concerned about unethical
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
11 months ago
DaveDDM
Hello everybody, new to the board. I have received training in NLP, and I can confirm that BK uses language patterns and pacing and leading, as well as metaphors and embedded suggestions. I'm not the world's best NLPer, and it took me a couple of times to read through some quotes to find the suggestions, because I'm used to looking for analog marking. However, I wanted to mentio
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
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