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Welcome to Thought Engineering!

This course has been designed to teach you a simple and effective process called Anchoring, which can help you to identify and access your own personal state of confidence.

Anchoring is a Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) technique and it's one of the easiest ways to begin understanding and engineering your own thought processes.

Top athletes, artists and presenters learn how to anchor their peak states to optimise their performances. Whether you want to improve your game in sports, let go of stage freight or simply learn how to speak with confidence around the people you find a challenge, this technique can enable you to do that in just a few simple steps.

This course combines bitesized chapters on cognitive science with techniques from Cognitive Hypnotherapy (which involves neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), Positive Psychology and processes from other analytical therapy styles).

Optional Support

One of the great things about this format is that you can work on personal and emotional issues without needing to talk to another person about those problems if you find that uncomfortable.

However, I am available to give personalised suggestions and prompts to anyone who needs help with the tasks in this course. You will be given access to a private Facebook group in which course members can discuss the material and their results with each other and myself and you are free to drop me an email if you need any help:

How the course works:

This course presents the material from the second module of the Thought Engineering course. If you'd like to enrol on the full course after having completed this, you'll be entitled to a discount.

After completing the initial tasks, which include self-analysis questioning and visualisation processes, you are given (unlimited) access to a Cognitive Hypnotherapy audio recording. I suggest that you to listen to this once a day for at least two weeks after finishing the course material (although you can use it for longer if you would like). This gives your mind ample time to process the information and for the suggestions to settle in.

What you need to get started:

All you really need to get going is a diary to keep a record of your notes, and for some nightly journaling once you begin listening to the audio recording.

All the tasks in this course are available as PDF worksheets. You will need to have your answers to the questions and notes from the processes saved, so I recommend you print these off as you go and keep them in a safe place.