Beliefs : Pathways to Health and Well-Being

By (author) Tim Hallbom , By (author) Robert Dilts , By (author) Suzi Smith


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This second edition of "Beliefs: Pathways to Health & Well-Being" includes new and updated material and offers leading edge technologies that rapidly and effectively identify and remodel limiting beliefs. It teaches you powerful processes for change and demonstrates how to identify and change beliefs using scripts from personal change work undertaken with individuals in workshops. These processes include reimprinting, conflict integration, belief/reality strategies, visualization and criteria identification. You will learn the latest methods to change beliefs which support unhealthy habits such as smoking, overeating and drug use; change the thinking processes that create phobias and unreasonable fears; retrain your immune system to eliminate allergies and deal optimally with cancer, AIDS and other diseases; and learn strategies to transform "unhealthy" beliefs into lifelong constructs of wellness.

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 158 x 235 x 15mm | 381.02g
  • 28 May 2012
  • Crown House Publishing
  • Carmarthen
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 1845908023
  • 9781845908027
  • 181,521

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Robert Dilts has been an author, developer and consultant in the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) since its creation in 1975. He is recognised internationally as one of the foremost trainers and practitioners of NLP Tim Hallbom co-founded Western States Training Associates in 1981. He has provided practical, skill-based training to individuals, businesses and government organisations throughout the United States, Europe and Latin America. Suzi Smith has been studying the relationship between people's behavioural patterns and health since 1979. As an international NLP trainer she has devoted her life to teaching people how to have more personal control over their health and well-being.

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