An Introductory Conversation: Part 14

MO: Your point that happiness is not a ‘thing’ directly corresponds to how we look at human processes in NLP. We are very careful to watch out for what are […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 13

MO: Given our conversation so far on meta consciousness and the themes of ‘how do I better serve, how do I be of better help to others, and how do […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 12

MO: You mentioned the concept of ‘meta consciousness’, and NLP has long utilised the principle of ‘meta’ in its work. And one of the influences on this approach was someone […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 11

MO: Can we explore a bit more about the Kabbalistic principle of ego abnegation? Along with NLP, in the Generative Learning approach I’ve developed we start from a premise that […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 10

MO: In NLP we’d approach relationship issues through what’s known as Triple Descriptions, or the notion of shifting ‘perceptual positions’. It is based on the principle that in order to […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 9

MO: Let’s come back to relationships and relationship issues that most people will face. Needless to say, people can have high stress levels in personal and family relationships. Sometimes people […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 8

MO: One of the things we do in NLP is to help people become congruent with their goals so that they are intrinsically motivated to want to fulfil them. To […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 7

MO: Can we talk more about the flow of ‘will’? How does ‘will’ and ‘willpower’ play out in this drive toward connectedness? In NLP we have what we call ‘Well […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 6

MO: What we’ve being speaking about so far highlights what I’ve found are the limits to the traditional forms of NLP where it is mainly focused on behavioural change (which […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 5

MO: In NLP we talk about how people’s motivations are often directionally driven either towards pleasure or away from pain. What’s the Kabbalistic view on that? LW: It’s actually very […]

An Introductory Conversation: Part 4

MO: The distinction you are making here about oneg, the pleasure that is experienced from achieving a state of connectedness and oneness, addresses one of the traps I see with […]

An introductory conversation: Part 3

LW: So if I can just go straight into a very deep hierarchical model of human motivation drawn from the Kabbalah, I would speak in terms of the highest aspect […]