Thursday, July 19, 2018

The Power of Suggestion

Dr. David Seabury taught me Phineas Parkhurst Quimby’s techniques of healing many years ago. He also told me an interesting story about an experiment he and his friends had conducted on a young man, a ne’er-do-well who lived in their little town in Northern California.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Does Visualization Really Enhance Performance?

This time what you're going to do is you're going to shoot darts with your non-preferred hand. so in that case it's your left hand. We're actually tracking where your gaze is looking as you fixate on the board and target where you're going to shoot the dart. your aim, hit the bullseye as often as possible. and we're going to measure how far from the bullseye you are on each throw and then you're going to go away and do some visualization, come back and we'll expect to see a nice increase in performance.
The visualization test results appear on the screen. Accuracy: 27 percent, eye-tracking ability: 31 percent and arm muscles efficiency: 33 percent.
Does Visualization Really Enhance Performance?

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The Swish Pattern

  1. The swish pattern is a rapid way to change any troublesome habit or other unwanted response, so it has a very wide range of applications. The swish was developed by Richard Bandler in the early 1980’s, and was first published in Using Your Brain for a Change (chapter 9) in 1985, over 30 years ago.