All posts in "Submodality Techniques"

Association Dissociation Submodality

The association dissociation pattern is a powerful state controller. Imagine you decide to go on holidays, but need to save up first. What is more likely to get you to save money?


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – an Explanation

I just read this article written by a professor of psychiatry called Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Memory that talks about how PTSD is created from terror preventing the memory from being integrated into ordinary consciousness. Because of this they are left as a kind of re experiencing because of that disconnection.


Time Line Therapy to Create a Brighter Future

Time Line Therapy was developed by Tad James and Wyatt Woodsmall and is a trademarked “brand” for a particular training. Unconscious decisions we made in the past can have a huge impact on our current and future experiences. For example, you may have decided at five to never be wealthy. The model shows how people […]


NLP Swish – Change is easy

Do you have any habits you want to change without effort and self-discipline? The NLP swish pattern can change the way you feel and behave naturally and easily.


Mapping Across – an NLP technique using submodalities

Want to change how you feel about housework or paperwork to how you feel about dancing or some other fun thing? Or maybe you love housework and would like to feel the same way about dancing? Mapping across transfers the submodalities or elements from one particular state or context to another. It is particularly useful when you […]


New Submodalities for new Realities

I’m still reading Ray Kurzweil’s “The singularity is near“. It’s about the exponential growth in technology and genetics and where it is heading. He talks about the biology of our brains, and how we store memories, holographically. We don’t just have one place for a memory, they are stored multiple times in different locations.


Cyclone Yasi – the big picture

This incredible satellite picture shows Cyclone Yasi only hours before crossing the coast of North Queensland. It looks serene and magnificent from where I sit. That is the thing about a big picture view, and you probably can’t get much bigger than a satellite view.