The NLP Tarot Adept Weekend


Trainer: Dr Richard Bolstad
September 10-11, 2016, Kyoto, Japan
November 26-27, 2016, Wellington, New Zealand
New Zealand price NZ$600 or NZ$550 early bird price if paid by 5 November (includes NLP Tarot card set)

Limited to 22 places! To book your place, in Japan contact Tomoko Bolstad and in New Zealand contact Ora Lefebvre

Prerequisite: At least 2 days NLP training with Transformations.

Would you like to get practical tools for using NLP with yourself and your family or friends in everyday situations? Have you at some time been fascinated with magic, fortune telling and secret ancient spiritual teachings, but unable to integrate them with the practical world you live in on a day-to-day basis? Did you ever fantasise what it would be like to be Gandalf or Galadriel, Harry Potter or Hermione? This might have been the path that was calling to you. Since you already utilize NLP, you will not be asked to adopt any new presuppositions or beliefs about the world, but will be shown how to use these new tools within the NLP worldview. You will not need to convert to a religion, or to believe in things that cannot be explained. And yet, after this training you will be able to ...

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Carl Jung, the psychotherapist who first identified what we call in NLP "metaprograms" or personality traits, noticed that he and many of his patients had experiences in which "coincidences" seemed to play an unexpectedly meaningful role. For example, a patient might dream of a particular butterfly, only to encounter a real butterfly of that species during a therapy session the next day when they were describing that dream. The new sciences of relativity and quantum mechanics were just being developed, and Jung was friendly with both Albert Einstein (Relativity) and Wolfgang Pauli (Quantum mechanics). Jung recognized in the principles of quantum mechanics a possible explanation for the phenomenon he was observing, which he called "synchronicity." He postulated that in addition to the cause-and-effect relationships with which we are familiar, there is another "connecting principle" in our lives, which is non-local in nature. He became fascinated with divination systems such as the Tarot and the I-Ching, and with their mathematical sophistication (Jung, 1972). Whether you agree with the idea of "synchronicity" or not, this gives you an opportunity to experiment with it.

Use of randomness is an important predictor of success in any field. Research on randomness/novelty by developers of artificial intelligence shows that it "should be viewed as an enabler of creative progress that must be properly managed. This suggests that creative skill lies not just in doing something novel, but also in knowing how much novelty to pursue at what time." (Jennings, 2008). This is the principle we pursue in the NLP Tarot.

Jennings, K. (2008) "Adjusting the Novelty Thermostat: Courting Creative Success through Judicious Randomness." AAAI Spring Symposium: Creative Intelligent Systems 2008: 26-33
Jung, C. (1972). "Synchronicity – An Acausal Connecting Principle." Routledge and Kegan Paul. ISBN 0-7100-7397-6. Also included in his Collected Works volume 8.

Our venue in Kyoto

The Language Nest, Kyoto

Our Venue In Wellington

Brooklyn Function Centre, 383 Ohiro Road, Brooklyn 6021

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Can't attend the course but want the NLP Tarot Card set or the DVD set of the training?

NLP Tarot Card set

Ancient science and modern change processes designed to use individually and in a pair, and to access your unconscious creativity. English set available now!

Card deck: Price: $NZ50 set of 90 cards (70mm x 120mm)
DVD set: Price: $NZ100 set of 4 DVDs

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