This talk was delivered by Rukmini Iyer, Director, Exult! Solutions (www.exult-solutions.com) at HELP Library, Mumbai in Dec 2015.
In this talk (Part 4 of the series), we aim to deep dive into the language of the parts. The premise of the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model of therapy is that each of us are made up of parts that hold various roles within us and that each of these parts have a useful intention for us. It is possible that some of these parts may drive us towards dysfunctional choices and behaviours. However, once we understand and engage with the intention of the part, it is possible to rectify unresourceful behaviours. In this talk, the speaker explores the language that one can use while engaging with the parts, so as to make the internal dialogue effective and purposeful.
This talk was delivered by Rukmini Iyer, Director, Exult! Solutions (www.exult-solutions.com) at HELP Library, Mumbai in Nov 2015.
The battle with our inner critic is one that a lot of human beings perennially go through. According to the Internal Family Systems (IFS) Model, the inner critic plays the role of a protector – it has the good intent of trying to safeguard us from touching an exiled part that stores unpleasant experiences/bad memories. The motive of the inner critic therefore is to criticise us and pull ourselves down so that we do not attempt to create a potentially unpleasant experience. However, inner critics do sabotage a lot of our aspirations and may limit our life experiences and hence need to be dealt with actively. The speaker delves into the matter of engaging with the inner critic, in this talk.
This talk is a part of a series of talks by Rukmini Iyer, Director, Exult! Solutions on Internal Family Systems, at HELP Library, Mumbai. This was delivered in 2015.
The Internal Family Systems Model (IFS) is an integrative approach to individual psychotherapy developed by Richard C. Schwartz, Ph.D. It combines systems thinking with the view that mind is made up of relatively discrete sub personalities each with its own viewpoint and qualities. IFS use family systems theory to understand how these collections of sub personalities are organized. The speaker introduces the IFS model in this talk and will explore various modalities of usage in subsequent talks in the series.
Fear, Whether Of Something Real Or Abstract, Can Drain Our Energies And Paralyse Us In Situations Where We Need To Be Resourceful. The Fast Phobia Cure Pattern Of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Can Free Us Of Fears And Phobias In Just A Few Minutes. It Is A Simple Process That Can Be Used By Oneself Or Administered For Others By A Practitioner.
A public talk by Ms Rukmini Iyer (Director, Exult! Solutions) on the Applications of NLP Part 8: Collapsing Anchor.
Collapsing anchor us a simple NLP technique that can be used on self or with a client in order to overcome negative emotions/feelings. The great thing about this technique is that it not only gets rid of the negative state, but also replaces it with a resourceful state, that puts us in a positive frame.
Reframing is one of the most useful NLP techniques. It is based on the premise that the impact of a belief or memory is anchored to the manner in which it is ‘framed’ in us. The reframing technique is a step of processes used to remove old frames. This process can help us release old unpleasant memories, heal ailments, change habits, etc.
A public talk by Ms Rukmini Iyer (Director, Exult! Solutions) on The Applications of NLP Part 6: Metaphor, which is a very core element used in NLP. Metaphors in simple terms is usage of stories, similes and analogies. Using examples so that person overcomes certain beliefs.
A public talk by Ms Rukmini Iyer (Director, Exult! Solutions) on The Applications of NLP Part 5: The Milton Model.
The Milton Model of NLP is names after Milton Erickson, considered the founder of clinical hypnotherapy. The model was created in a pursuit to replicate Erickson’s excellence in his work. Milton Model is conversational hypnosis, in that it does not use ritual inductions. But it creates trance states where unconscious resources and choices can be found.
A public talk by Ms Rukmini Iyer (Director, Exult! Solutions) on The Applications of NLP Part 4: Meta Model.
The Meta Model, NLP’s first formal model, was published in 1975 by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in their ground breaking book, The Structure of Magic, Vol. 1. Meta Model explains how the language we use can delete, distort and generalise our thinking and communication. It gives us a richly defined set of linguistic patterns that can either facilitate change or create obstacles in a person’s mental maps of himself and the world.
A public talk by Ms Rukmini Iyer (Director, Exult! Solutions) on The Applications of NLP Part 3: The Swish Pattern
NLP Patterns are tools that help us understand how we understand the world, and more importantly, a way of changing that understanding if it is not working well for us. In this talk, we will explore the Swish Pattern, which can help you replace your undesired response (such as a habit you wish to change) with a positive and empowering one. This is one of the many patterns used in NLP to reprogrammed the internal dialogue.