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Talk:Neuro-linguistic programming/Workshop
... there is no link between NLP and Dianetics in that book, see [google print]. What ... allegedly imense potential (NLP) is used by Dianetics, the human potential movement in general, the ... researchers there is very little difference between Dianetics and NLP. The block removal metaphor is ... effort at solving the problem. NLP and Dianetics are both dubiously superficial, and seek to ... made there also. 7 NLP and scientology/dianetics fall into the same category, especially ...
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Talk:Neuro-linguistic progamming/ archive 11
... we were being emotional over in the Dianetics articles ! lol. Terryeo 17:27, 5 February ... make Comaze look good. The paradox of Dianetics is that all those people that think ... NLP taking the more subversive aspects of Dianetics and turning them into a new age ... is promoted in the same mold as Dianetics and Scientology[28][29][30]. So, start ... current intro shortened, the removal of the "Dianetics and Scientology references", the removal of ...
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User talk:BTfromLA
... about NPOV as it manifests in the Dianetics article. Untill a subject is introduced it ... page from everyone who has done some Dianetics saying, "This article makes no sense, it ... followed even by a person knowledgeable in Dianetics" Don't you see that happening? The ... to be creating an article that says, "Dianetics is a controversial subject ! ! !" Well, that is ... But it does not make clear what Dianetics is, do you see the problem? ...
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User talk:Terryeo
... 19:09, 11 February 2006 (UTC) the Dianetics article is out of mediation Is in mediation. some quick links: Talk:Dianetics, ChrisO put this into mediation. It has ... and developed its own page. [1] The Dianetics mediation page has moved to [2] and ... 01:14, 19 February 2006 (UTC) Talk:Dianetics I came into Talk:Dianetics a few days ago, because I ...
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L. Ron Hubbard
... available facts." [7] [8] The début of Dianetics In May 1950, Hubbard published a book describing the self-improvement technique of Dianetics, titled "The Modern Science of Mental Health." With Dianetics, Hubbard introduced the concept of "auditing," a ... and increase intelligence. In his introduction to Dianetics, Hubbard declared that "the creation of dianetics is a milestone for man comparable ...
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Talk:Clear (Scientology)
... article is just wrong. Clear is a Dianetics word "Clear" has perfectly good english useage ... Scientology begin about 1948 or 1950 with Dianetics and today that use of the word ... link should redirect to an article about Dianetics which defines "Clear" or possibly to an ... Scientology used word, used when talking about Dianetics, Dianetic states or levels, and so on ... just reverted, completely whitewashes the connection between Dianetics and Scientology, which seems to be ...
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... neuropsychology and inherently proscribes discussion of the Dianetics Engram. According to Wikipedia's articles, Hubbard's Dianetics explores the engram with almost entirely different ... but as discussion of the much different Dianetics concept attached to the same term got ... for the mainstream concept and for the Dianetics concept, and have Engram be a disambiguation ... not a place or person, and the Dianetics and NLP usages of the term ...
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Talk:Neuro-linguistic programming/ archive5
... t important. The continued likenesss to engrams, Dianetics 9which involves talking to trees), cults and ... but it is also wrongly attributed to dianetics. As the engram really is a strong ... diagrams. It is different from the way dianetics uses the engram concept. There are papers on critiquing the dianetics engram as it is very flawed scientifically ... are good for. The engram page said dianetics uses engrams (just after a scientific ...
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Talk:Neuro-linguistic programming/ archive10
... efforts simply show that NLP is just Dianetics for wannabe manipulators. As it has been ... off. flavius Guilt by association argument - Scientology/Dianetics "Historically, NLP has many pseudoscientific associations such ... The word engram is not peculiar to Dianetics and Hubbard's use of the word ... CoS "spiritual" doctrine) it's related to Dianetics (the CoS "psychological" doctrine) in a number ... know f*ck all about NLP and Dianetics as you repeatedly demonstrate so sit ...
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User talk:Spirit of Man
... was reading the discussion page of that Dianetics article, even before we exchanged views there ... gone off the deep end at the Dianetics talk page, declaring that the fact that the root words of Dianetics are in the second sentence rather than ... Spirit of Man In the DMSMH article, Dianetics:_The_Modern_Science_of_Mental_Health User:ChrisO has cited a confidential ... man, Clear, exists at all. Likewise with Dianetics. I'm pretty sure the idea ...
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