NLP SWISH

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NLP SWISH

  1. 1. SWISH off your fears & bad habits !<br />
  2. 2. Common Phobias<br />Acrophobia Fear of heights<br />Achluophobia Fear of darkness<br />Agliophobia Fear of pain<br />Arachnophobia Fear of spiders<br /> Aviophobia Fear of flying<br />Dentophobia Fear of dentists<br /> Dromophobia Fear of crossing streets<br /> Hydrophobia Fear of water <br /> Necrophobia Fear of death<br /> Phasmophobia  Fear of ghosts<br />
  3. 3. Uncommon Phobias<br />Amaxophobia Fear of riding in a car<br />Arithmophobia Fear of numbers<br />Aurophobia Fear of gold<br />Chronomentrophobia Fear of clocks (or time)<br />Consecotaleophobia Fear of chopsticks<br />Epistemophobia Fear of knowledge<br />Euphobia Fear of hearing good news<br />Geliophobia Fear of laughter<br />Leukophobia Fear of the color white<br />Genophobia Fear of sex<br />
  4. 4. Let’s consider some BAD HABITS<br />
  5. 5. Let’s consider some BAD HABITS<br />
  6. 6. Let’s consider some BAD HABITS<br />
  7. 7. Let’s consider some BAD HABITS<br />
  8. 8. Let’s consider some BAD HABITS<br />
  9. 9. I can’t help it! <br />err…or can I ?<br />
  10. 10. Replace an undesirable state with an empowering one!<br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. The SWISH Pattern<br />SWISH is about replacing your response to a particular trigger image (e.g. biting your finger nails or the fear of heights) with a new, positive response. <br />
  13. 13. APPYING The SWISH Pattern<br />STEP 1<br />Identify the behaviour you want to change. Create an internal representation of that behaviour as you see it through your own eyes. <br />E.g. if you want to stop biting your fingernails, imagine a picture of you lifting your hand, bringing your finger to your mouth and biting a finger nail.<br />
  14. 14. APPYING The SWISH Pattern<br />STEP 2<br />Now, create an ‘ideal’ representation of the new you – picture yourself as if you have made the desired change. When you picture yourself, it should be a disassociated view (not from your point of view but more of a watcher of yourself in a movie)<br />E.g. you might picture yourself as taking your fingers away from your mouth, seeing your nails perfectly manicured; you are well dressed & magnificently groomed; totally in-control and confident. <br />
  15. 15. APPYING The SWISH Pattern<br />STEP 3<br />SWISH! – see your ideal representation getting bigger and brighter, replacing the image of your undesired behaviour. Your trigger image (nail biting) becomes smaller and dimmer as it is overlapped by the new you.<br />E.g. you might picture yourself as taking your fingers away from your mouth, seeing your nails perfectly manicured; you are well dressed & magnificently groomed; totally in-control and confident. <br />
  16. 16. Let’s start swish-ing!<br />The key to this pattern is speed and repetition.<br />Close your eyes<br />Create a big & bright image of the behaviour you would like to change (trigger image). <br />Now create a dark, sub-image of how you would like to see your new self.<br />SWISH! (pause & experience)<br />Open your eyes<br />Repeat #1 two seconds later.<br />

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