neurolinguistic love



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  • adj. Pertaining to neurolinguistics.


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  • Sterling Harris, a consultant certified in neurolinguistic programming and neurosemantics, says matching a person's posture can make them feel comfortable with you and inclined to do what you want. - Tapping into sources of influence

  • For the next hour, he leads the group as we discuss neurolinguistic programming, various ways to trick a woman into kissing you and different “openers.”

    Get Laid or Die Trying

  • One month before the 2008 presidential election, it published an article on its Web site speculating that Barack Obama might be “deliberately using the techniques of neurolinguistic programming NLP, a covert form of hypnosis.”

    The Panic Virus

  • This goes back to my general thesis about the neurolinguistic limitations of wingnuts.

    Think Progress » Scott Brown Yawns At Plane Attack On IRS Building: ‘No One Likes Paying Taxes’

  • Here's a near future thriller that teams an ex-military special forces information warfare specialist and a neurolinguistic programming excerpt.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • It uses a lot of the new information on neurolinguistic programming, Shay said.


  • Yes, in this demented worldview, the US of A is being subjected to nearly diabolical mind control as the soothing slow voice of Barack Obama gently eases the viewing public to surrender its reason and its freedom via the application of neurolinguistic programming. The Right Wing Unhinged

  • Paraliminals are a neurolinguistic programming and whole-brain learning technology that increase your personal power by activating your “whole mind” with a precise blend of music and words.

    Love For No Reason

  • Or is he deliberately using the techniques of neurolinguistic programming (NLP), a covert form of hypnosis developed by Milton Erickson, M.D.?

    What Makes You Cry-- Besides the Obama Inauguration?

  • "I share some very elementary things I learned from my own life and various sources like the Dog Whisperer and other animal trainers, Robert Cialdini, neurolinguistic programming, and the world's wisdom traditions."

    Jim Luce: Wall Street Lawyer on "The Positive Presumption"


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