|Posted by:||Terry Hayler|
You wrote "As to how you could learn to have the choice of having or not having internal dialogue, well that is the question but one I fear exceeds this format."
Is there any information on how to acheive this control of Internal Dialogue that you could refer me to?
Is this covered in any of your previous books ?
What would be the specific steps that you would suggest to gain control of Internal Dialogue?
I realise that a full tutorial of this is beyond the scope of this discussion group, however, any information and / or suggestions of practice would be apprieciated.
If any other forum members have had success with this perhaps they could comment on the process used. Any advice would be helpful.
Thanks in advance,
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|internal dialogue||26/06/2002 19:29:02||John P.|
|Re:internal dialogue||27/06/2002 04:05:55||Michael Carroll|
|Re:internal dialogue||30/06/2002 19:06:04||John Grinder and Carmen Bostic|
|Re:Re:internal dialogue||28/04/2003 15:25:22||Terry Hayler|
|Re:Re:Re:internal dialogue||28/04/2003 22:51:49||Thomas|