Newcastle & North East NLP Practice Group – February 2010 NLP Cafe

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NLP : Breaking The Chains And Then On To Freedom

NLP has been know as “The New Technology Of Achievement.” So why is it that many NLP Practitioners and Master Practitioners are still often a bit unhappy or not living their dreams fully?

This months practice group will be an exploration into remembering and realising the kinds of experiences that are really worth while and important to you. This will be done with due regard to personal and general ecology … and … at the same time … an invitation to re-discover the parts of you that can dare to dream.

All of the really successful people I know have two things in common – no matter what they say these days.

They are dreamers, they have created and are living their dream through dreaming and work … and quite often hard work.

“Its Kind of Fun To Do The Impossible” – Walt Disney

“Those Who Do Not Dare To Dream, Sleep Most Of The Day” – Loesje

An evening of practice and experience that is ideal for therapists, coaches and people helpers who want new tools and techniques that are guaranteed to work to change lives.

“Tell Your Heart That The Fear Of Suffering Is Worst Than The Suffering Itself. And No Heart Has Ever Suffered When It Goes In Search Of Its Dreams” – Paulo Coelho

At the NLP Cafe on February 17th in St Oswald’s Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Nigel Hetherington will be exploring how applied NLP can help you dissolve the attitudes, beliefs and conditioning that stops most people having the experiences that they really want. And more importantly to stop worrying about failure and what other people think and concentrate on what you really, really want.


Just £9.00 booking in advance online or £10 on the night.

7pm – 9pm ( Tea and Biscuits included )
St Oswalds Hospice
Regent Avenue
Newcastle upon Tyne

The NLP Cafe is complementary for all participants on
our current NLP Practitioner Training Courses.

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