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Oooh!!!! Touchy subject NLP (mainly 'coz it's all pants, but saying so
winds some people up no end).
> From: Trupeljak Ozren
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> --- "Wade T.Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi Robin Faichney -
> > >Are you trying to say that you admit it happens but you don't
> > believe
> > >in it?
> > No, I'm saying, as I say about gods, some people believe in 'em,
> > follow
> > 'em, pray to 'em, but never have they shown 'em to anyone else.
> > You can call things whatever you want, but, proofs require proof, not
> > simply nomenclature.
> > Hypnosis as a behavior is not contestable. It is cultural. But as a
> > scientific method with a verified mechanism it certainly is.
> > - Wade
> If you want a scientific take on the hypnosis , try cheking out
> "Neuro-linguistic programming". That is as close to the science of how
> to hypnothise someone, anyone, as I have been able to find. And they
> actually do quite a bit of research on lower level (brain structures,
> etc..) functioning of their techniques.
> And your previous assertion that you do not believe in hypnosis because
> you can not be hypnotised reminds me very much of the argument about
> flatness of the earth....since one could not see the curvature directly
> (in the past), there is no curvature.
> There are very few man - and they are exceptions - who are able to think
> and feel beyond the present moment.
> Carl von Clausewitz
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