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NLP Articles
Published NLP Articles
Soma-Semantic Articles

MythoSelf
Process Articles
Mythology Articles
Other Extrordinary Articles
Copyright free articles on Decision Making


NLP Articles
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What’s “Missing” in NLP?
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.
Questions of Philosophy or What’s “Missing” in NLP?
The question, “What’s ‘missing’ in NLP?” presupposes of course that something is missing, and according to the author not only is something ‘missing’ but it’s both evident and obvious...

Beyond Milton ... Part 1
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

The patterns and patter of Milton Erickson became familiar to a new and much wider audience with the publication of Richard Bandler's and John Grinder's book, "The Patterns of Milton H. Erickson" I and II. This audience was...

Beyond Milton ... Part 2
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

Differences in the indirect approach and the direct approach to hypnotic protocol In part one of this article, "Beyond Milton ..." I discussed history of the Milton Model ala Bandler and Grinder as well as drawing from some of Milton Erickson's material directly...

Beyond Milton ... Part 3
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

Using a direct hypnotic protocol in consulting type interactions In parts one and two of this series I've been reviewing the differences between an indirect and a direct approach to hypnotic protocol. One of the fundamental distinctions that was made was the difference between using unspecified and specific language... 

Why Pacing Sucks
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.
Within the “old” NLP model the concept of pacing in relation to gaining rapport holds high esteem and consideration amongst NLP practitioners at all levels. Yet there seems to be some dramatic consequences of maintaining this position within the space of client interaction...

Pattern Detection
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

Exploring the Difference between Expert and Genius: Both experts and geniuses have intuitions they operate from. The difference between the structure and categories of these intuitions has much to do with the differences between how experts and geniuses operate and where. First it is critical to point out...

Published NLP Articles
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NLPWorld - Endpaper Mar 2003 (233k)
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.
The undiscovered wealth of the "Positive" in NLP...

NLPWorld - Endpaper Dec 2005 (534k)
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.
Riding the waves of NLP - An article that describes the various stages of the evolution of NLP...

NLPWorld - The Origins and Evolution of NLP - Dec 2005 (527k)
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.
Joseph writes about the journey - through the evolution of the methodology and the applications on NLP from the earliest writings of Bandler and Grinder to the more recent developments that we now think of as the NLP model...

Soma-Semantic Articles
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Soma Semantic Modeling
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

This is a process of behavioral tracking and intervention developed by Joseph Riggio based in a non-symbolic, pre-verbal consideration of cognition...

Utilizing Soma-Semantic Modeling 
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

Soma-Semantic™ Modeling is a process that is ultimately about leading people to attain the ability to manifest the state of experience they desire and is useful to them functionally. The entry into the process is typically...

MythoSelf Process Articles
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Review of the Mythogenic Self process
By Stever Robbins
A review of the process from 1998

Another Review of the process
By Jamie Smart
Another review of the process as it was in 1999

 Anchor Point - Generative Imprinting (302k)
By Roye Fraser and Ann M.Gardner, Ph.D.
Over the last few years NLP has developed into a highly sophisticated technology.  With this advanced technology we can now create generative, lasting changes...

 Anchor Point - Generative Imprinting & The Function Model (401k)
By Roye Fraser and Ann M.Gardner, Ph.D.
Note: This is the second article in a series on generative imprinting, Roye Fraser's dynamic process for building behaviours aligned with...

 Kindred Spirit Article: The MythoSelf Process May/June 2005 (PDF 1Mb)
One can never accurately predict how an interview will pan out. Either expectations are met or not, and on the day, in the moment, the conversation often hurtles off into unknown territory...

MythoSelf Morphology - 101
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

The core structure of what we do inside the MythoSelf Process is designed around Roye Fraser's "Generative Imprint™" Model. The "Generative Imprint" Model describes a movement towards a Generalized Desired State (GDS), a massive resource position from which "anything is possible." ...

MythoSelf Morphology - 102
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

In an ongoing process of exposing the morphology of the MythoSelf-tm* experience this is the second posting of two in a series.A young man in a yeshiva - a rabbinical college - was taking instruction from three different rabbis. Each one had a reputation as a scholar of some acclaim. A friend asked him what his thoughts were of each of his teachers...

MythoSelf Morphology - 201
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

Hello all,I've been stewing over whether to rant and rave about either of two things,1. The presupposition that faster is necessarily better, or 2. The presupposition that there is subjective and objective reality, and that they operate diametrically...

MythoSelf Morphology - 202
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

Hello again folks, I’ve been working on the working model and I’ve refined a few of the steps as I understand and utilize them so I thought I’d pass along some of my recent thoughts...

MythoSelf Morphology - 301
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

This is the third level of articles about the Mythogenic Self™ Process that I've posted on this e-list. The first level (as noted) is an application of the work of Roye Fraser's "Generative Imprint™" Model. Much of the second level also owes...

MythoSelf Morphology - 302
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

The Mythosphere (and the Model) Author’s Note: This is the last in a series of papers on the morphology of the Mythogenic Self™ Process model … of its kind. Specifically these papers have discussed the internal form and operating structure of the model...

MythoSelf Morphology - 401
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

A surprise addition to this series of articles. This is the fourth level of articles about the Mythogenic Self™ Process that I've posted on this e-list.

MythoSelf Morphology - 402
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.

Another addition to this series of articles. This posting goes into great detail about the model and its unique distinctions.

Introducing the Hero's Journey
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.
The most basic journey of the individual is to move to a position of operating from the center of one's being. This transformational journey is organized around Joseph Campbell's "Hero's Journey" as diagrammed in his book, "The Hero With A Thousand Faces" circa 1949. This journey is...

Social Ontology
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.
A new topic of consideration for you the construction of reality amongst people, or the construction of a social ontology.

There ain't no unconcious...
By Joseph Riggio Ph.D.
One of the primary theories of psychology for explaining cognitive and/or behavioral responses of individuals has been the premise of an Unconscious/unconscious first proposed by Dr. Sigmund Freud in the early part of the 20th century.

Could the MythoSelf Process be Zen for the Modern Man?
By Victor Spiteri

In this fast changing turbulent world, where job security and satisfaction are sacrificed on the altar of competition and profits, where the once sacred contract of marriage has been replaced with nothing more than lose verbal agreements, and where fewer people than ever in the history of man are connecting with the spiritual aspect of their existence; it is no surprise to me that someone has made available a new offering...

Mythology Articles
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 A Likely Story (1.2Mb)
By Klaus Manhart
Myths persist in modern culture because of the brains biological need to impose order on the world.

Other Extraordinary Articles
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 You've got to find what you love (68kb)
By Steve Jobs
An article by a man who clearly has found what he loves and is an example of what is possible when someone "follows their bliss..."

Copyright free Articles on Decision Making
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Why Ambivalence Could Seriously Affect Your Health
By Janice Moore
For some of us, ambivalence seems like a safe option in the face of an unpleasant decision. If we're asked to take a stand for or against an issue - whether it be the choice of who to vote for, what to invest our money in, whether to change our career to something we really want, or even who to love - we might weigh the pros and cons of our options in our minds, see risks for either side we choose, and decide, ultimately, not to decide... 

Beware - You Are Molding Your Life With Every Decision You Make
By Janice Moore
Many of us believe in the fact that learning is fundamental to life, but few of us know how true, and how dangerous, that fact can be. Few of us realize how every decision we take causes lasting changes in our mind - how we mold our lives with every decision we make...

The Effects of Blame and Self-Responsibility On Making Decisions
By Janice Moore
Sometimes the decisions we make turn out not to be so great. Maybe we put off the decision until it was too late to take the right course of action, or maybe we just didn't have a clear idea of what we were going for when we made the decision. Whatever the case...

Decision Making When Others Are Involved
By Janice Moore
Some of us have no problem whatsoever with making decisions when those decisions affect us alone. But we might have a problem with making decisions when others are involved, either as the people responsible for effecting the decisions or as the people affected by the decisions. The clarity we have when we're deciding for ourselves alone transforms, as if by magic, into a fog of anxieties and worries...

Overcoming Inertia
By Janice Moore
In the craft of screenplay writing, one of the most common points where a project founders is in the middle. The phenomenon, known to screenwriters as "second-act troubles", is almost invariable, and happens because of the nature of being in the middle of a complicated project. The screenwriter has already set out a number of the rules which will govern the rest of the script, and he or she has some idea of what needs to be done to reach the all-important conclusion, but...

How To Overcome the Social Influences That Affect A Person's Ability To Decide
By Janice Moore
Effective decision-making is the key to an effective life. If we can't overcome the forces of inertia that set in prior to some decisions, then we'll either end up on a path of avoidance, repeating similar life struggles over and over and never getting anywhere, or we'll lack the resolution we need to deal with the thousand practical consequences of any decision, whether it's for or against what we really want...

The Psychology Behind Sustainable Decision Making
By Janice Moore
We can divide the world into two types of people: the ones who can make decisions, and the ones who can't. If we're among the ones who can make decisions, then we may not see the point behind this distinction - surely anyone can make a decision, can't they? But if we're among the ones who can't make a decision to save our lives, then the distinction is already brutally apparent...

Un-muddle Your "Yes" and "No" and "I Don't Know"
By Janice Moore
We can look at any decision we might make as an answer to the question: "Do I want to do this?" And we can look at any of our possible answers to this question as falling, fundamentally, into three categories...

What Do You Want To Be True For And Of Yourself?
Answer This, And You're On The Fast Track To Making Good Decisions

By Janice Moore
We might have many reasons for not knowing what we want. Most simply, we might not have thought about the question very much...

Your Body Speaks Its Mind When It Comes To Deciding
By Janice Moore
Some of us talk about a "gut feeling" facing us before difficult decisions. We might feel our heart rate increase before something we find to be dangerous or doubtful, or we might feel a tangible sense of calm and relief before something we find to be in line with our deepest convictions. ..

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