Problem solving through NLP and Sensi

There’s two types of therapies that can change your train of thought, the way you think, that I recently discovered. There are probably a lot more but these two are pretty interesting. I love the way they work, it’s kind of magic 😀

So let me explain the two different techniques, which some people say are therapies. Depending on your definition of therapy, these two aren’t psychology therapies, but they are help full and will change your mind, for some curious reason.

NLP = Neural Linguistic Programming. If you’re having trouble with something in your live, the way you think about it and if you want to change the way you think about that you can schedule an appointment. After that appointment your train of thought is changed. First you picture the problem and after that you create the way you want to act (direct your own film about the situation exactly how you want it, the sound/ colors/ smell etcetera). You will picture the outcome before you and if you got that you’ll repeat it faster and faster until it goes to fast. At that point the programmer will put an anchor on your body, hand, face, which ever you prefer or is a good place for you. When the program is done you’ll notice the difference right away. Also when you get to that specific situation, or a similar, you just press that anchor and the good feeling comes up and you won’t make an issue about it any more. I swear this works, which is pretty awesome!

Sensi therapy uses the meridian structure of the body to find blockages in feelings. Each meridian is connected with an organ. Depending on which meridian hurts they can tell what the feeling is that is blocked. The therapist will massage that spot and after that the pain must be less than it was. These pains can contain old feelings which are still in the body. Even if you don’t feel like that anymore, you can still have rest feelings in your body. This also works like magic 😉
Next to the sensi these therapists can use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) which is a bit like NLP. It’s a different technique, cause they will press different parts of your hand and face in a pattern while you speak a line in which you’ll repeat until the pattern is complete. You’ll repeat this pattern a couple of times, sing a line of a song and count till 5. After that you’ve changed your thoughts about that specific “problem”. Your feelings are also changed about that specific problem, which is great.

There were a couple of problems I had before going into NLP or EFT. I won’t go into details, cause their a bit private. I can tell you however that my thoughts about those problems are completely changed and my feelings are a lot lighter about those things. The “pain” of those problems are either solved or a lot less, so that’s a good thing.

Some people might not believe in these sort of therapies, but I would advice you, if you have problems with co-workers/ family/ friends or other personal problems that you try one or the other, cause it’ll blow your mind. I believe in energy surrounding us and positive vibes and that when you loose those it can make your live harder than it should be. These therapies (if you’d call them therapies) can help you so much and the good thing about it is that you only need 1 or 2 consults, depending on the size of the problem. You’ll also realise that the problems you have are all connected and if you start solving one, some others will be solved automatically, or other problems will rise inside you that will be able to be solved. Some problems you never you had come across, and even though you don’t know you have them it’ll make sense to you and you won’t be surprised about them. I know I wasn’t surprised at all about upcoming problems.

I think these are great techniques for correcting your train of thought and I also think that everybody should at least try one of these, cause let’s be realistic, everybody has problems that needs to be solved. Some bigger than others but most are just thoughts that need to be corrected 😀

I’d advise people wanted to try these to go in completely blank and don’t have any thoughts about it, cause than it works great and it’ll look like magic 😉


Man of Steel: so much to say about (SPOILERS!)


I was watching Man of Steel last week and I feel like I have to write about it. This was supposed to be the best Superman movie right?? Well let me tell you this, I don’t think it was. It was watchable and I’ll probably watch it a couple of more times, but that’s because I’m a movie addict and love to see new things in movies when rewatching 😉 and hopefully that’ll make it better. The thing is is that I’m kind of confused about the movie.

First of all: this is all my opinion, I’m not a review writer, nor am I a professional one. I just had to clear my head and write my thoughts down.

Let me start with the great things about Man of Steel. The special effects were brilliant!! There is so much action, which they portray very well. But that wasn’t the only effects that were amazing. The flash backs and the story told by Jor-El was amazing to watch also.

I liked the flash backs and they fit well.

Those young Clark Kent’s reminded me so much of Tom Welling (TV-show Smallville) and they were awesome. For some reason I had to think about that show just watching those kids. Henry Cavill and Rachel Adams were great they did an amazing job portraying Clark and Lois.

That being said there were some things bothering me.
Such as the Lois Lane storyline. She finds out right in the beginning and is immediately trusted by Jor-El and by Clark. On the other side she isn’t too freaked about the whole thing and she apparently doesn’t need time to adjust. Which might be a bit hard to do when this would happen in real, but still..

I missed kryptonite. In the whole movie they haven’t spoken about Kriptonite. Clarks weakness here is the atmosphere of Kripton, but not the rocks. It’s the air of Kripton that makes Clark weak, but he adjust quickly (a bit to quick if you ask me). And Supermans weakness, as we all know (even if you don’t watch/ read Superman) is Kriptonite.

The film started very confusing, they wanted to have back story that’s great, but this was back story without a beginning.  They could’ve showed what happened when Clark/ Kal was in the “fortress” where Jor-El explained the rest.

Dialogue wasn’t that great at times either. There were lines that could’ve been better or just left out. I think that’s what made me feel weird watching Jor-El (Russel Crow) and General Zod. For some reason I couldn’t feel they were actually the people they were portraying. The dialogue made it for me fake at a few points. Some lines didn’t fit the characters at all, which is too bad, cause if it had the movie was better to watch.

Story line was a bit thin. Clark wasn’t mad with Jor-El and was too quick to be on board with the plan. Than there was the Lois thing, she accepted Clark a bit too fast and the story ended very quickly and Zod as well. He became the bad guy from the start (which he obviously was but the explanation about why wasn’t that clear) and at the end he was jus so easily ready to give it all up and we had to sympathise with him (which felt unnatural).

I think the biggest problem was that they wanted to tell so much but there wasn’t enough time to tell it all. And that’s too bad for a movie that has been promoted for more than 1,5 in advance. They just give you a tease, which is fine, but they have to come up with a great movie otherwise it wouldn’t work.

As I said these are all my opinions. I’m not saying it’s a bad film, I’m just saying there were a couple of things that could’ve been done better or differently. I’ll go and see this film again, cause I hope there are things in it I haven’t seen before. That’s what I love about watching movies for multiple times, I always see something different and new.

So to end with a positive note: Man of Steel isn’t all bad. Don’t expect the world of it and if you just want to be entertained you will 😉