Category Archives: Problem Solving

Removing Limiting Beliefs With The Diamond Technique

The way we move through the world is governed by our belief system. This is built up through our conditioning and life experience. We have created and continually update our own mental maps of reality. We tend not to act … Continue reading

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5 Proven Ways To Overcome Infobesity or Information Overload

Infobesity is a slang term for “information overload.” This refers to the experience people have when they’re overwhelmed with information, have difficulty understanding the issues at hand and struggle to make good decisions. Everyone suffers with this problem in the modern … Continue reading

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Changing Bad Habits Part 2: The How-To

In the first part of this article you learned about the way our mind code’s our memories using sub-modalities so it can differentiate between different kinds of experience. For example a ‘bad memory’ of a dismal rainy day stuck at … Continue reading

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Change Bad Habits With Mind Magic Methods

Your mind is working all the time, even while you sleep. Of the many and varied thought process’s that flow through your mind-stream every day, they can only be made up of the same basic building blocks; Images, sounds, feelings, … Continue reading

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The Art Of Problem Solving Using Pencil & Paper

As the well known adage, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” tells us, images contain a lot of information. Whenever you have an picture in your mind that represents an experience much of that data is unconscious right brained … Continue reading

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