Richard Bandler – The Art And Science of Nested Loops
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Author: Richard Bandler
Nested loops is where you open with three stories or more, add a positive suggestion, then close each of the stories. The human brain is normally overloaded by holding three open stories so the positive suggestion that you have heard will be learned without conscious intervention. Closing the stories will tend to create an amnesia effect for the suggestion; but it will be remembered unconsciouly. Chaining states is where you teach the listener to cycle through particular states. For example it may be too much of a jump for someone to move from hesitation to motivation. However you may be able to help them move through hesitation to frustration to curiosity to motivation.
Richard Bandler elegantly demonstrates the application of “Nested Loops”, that technique that no one else has mastered as Richard has. In the art of imparting information in such a way that it is remembered even more easily than ever, Richard Bandler is the one individual who has been using this strategy for years and years. Others think they can do it, and perhaps some can, but none the way Richard Bandler does!