paulm at paulm.com
Thu Sep 6 17:19:57 BST 2007
On 9/6/07, Simon Cozens <simon at simon-cozens.org> wrote:
> Paul Makepeace wrote:
> > Plenty of it. Classic NLP treatments like phobia cures, internal
> > resolution, and so on are so commonplace in therapy your question in the
> > context of actual research and fact checking is more like "but does
> > really affect the taste of fish & chips?" or "can I get drunk from
> > beer?" It's so blatantly self-evident as to be absurd.
> So obvious that there's no need to cite a single study!
I've given you enough clues & keywords to find it yourself, if you're
interested. It's really not hard.
> Not a valid comparison - there's a big difference between a feeling of
> > wellbeing coming from prayer (which is entirely real to the user in any
> > case) to someone who is literally screamingly terrified of snakes one
> > and able to handle them 10minutes later after a NLP double dissociation
> > treatment.
> You know more about NLP than you do about prayer, it seems.
Yes, that's correct. And indeed entirely aside from the point.
> User: In 1793 the french king was executed.
> MegaHAL: HA HA HA! CORRECT. ALTHOUGH, EXECUTED HAS MULTIPLE MEANINGS.
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