Easily Clear Blocks to Leading a More Miraculous Life

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By popular demand: Easily Clear Blocks to Leading a More Miraculous Life limited time
https://energeticnlp.com/livemiraculous-life-video-register/

A message from Art Giser, I wasn’t planning on making this available, but so many people asked for it that we are making it available for a limited time as an on-demand replay.“Are you ready to let go of what is blocking you and open up to more of your full potential to live a more miraculous life?”A life that is more miraculous, magical, flowing, and synchronistic.Free Masterclass/Energy Spa™ Session: Clearing Blocks to Leading a More Miraculous Life During this no-cost Energetic NLP Energy Spa™ session you will:· Free yourself from the limitations created by hidden spiritual blocks and “spiritual contracts” using a unique Energetic NLP process.· Allow your inner wisdom and spirit to propel you to a more fulfilling life.· Strengthen the guidance you receive from your spirit and inner wisdom.· Learn the essential components to leading a more miraculous life.
It is no cost. https://energeticnlp.com/livemiraculous-life-video-register/Limited time only:It will only be available until 11:59 PM PDT on June 20th.
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Reserve your seat by clicking here
I hope you will join us on the webinar and start living a more miraculous life.Wishing you a more and more miraculous life!!ArtArt Giser, the creator of Energetic NLPPS The Super Early Bird discount for the Discover Your Miraculous Abilities (DYMA) program happening now This is a life changing program!PPS I only offer this program once a yearPPPS Please share this message with other people
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Is your child Highly Sensitive (HSP)?

Working with Neurodivergent students for 20 years I have always known that many of them are highly sensitive, often with symptoms of sensory overload. Recently I came across the work of Dr. Elaine Aron, who has done much research into Highly Sensitive adults and children. Over the years parents have said to me that their children were sensitive but I am only just learning about all the research about this.

Being highly sensitive is a very interesting trait with a mixture of exceptional skills for sensitivity, kindness, compassion but at the same time can be overwhelmed and drained by other people’s energy, anxious in a crowd, not feeling themselves etc. 15-20% of the population are known to have characteristics of being highly sensitive. If you want to learn more about your own sensitivity, do consider taking a quiz, for example at https://hsperson.com/test/highly-sensitive-test/. Dr. Aron has written several books on HSPs and done a collection of youtube videos. There is even a child’s test here https://hsperson.com/test/highly-sensitive-child-test/ These are in no way diagnoses but in my mind questions to be curious about and often fit in with my approach to neurodiversity.

I am very interested in the overlap between high sensitivity and neurodiversity (I have both). In my opinion they are certainly not the same thing but I am really concerned about the amount of neurodiverse students who appear to have been highly sensitive from birth, which unrecognized has effected their whole development. Or could it be that some HSP students are misdiagnosed with neurodiversity?

These are all topics I plan to explore with my students and would love to hear from ex-students or new pupils, who would like a different perspective. My curiosity has enabled me to develop unique ways of looking at neurodiversity that has enabled students to focus on their strengths and how they can be better understood to mitigate challenges. I look forward to this further exploration.

My name is Olive Hickmott; I would be pleased to support you in any way I can.
You are welcome to contact me olive@empoweringlearning.co.uk
Please register here to follow my blog at http://www.olivehickmott.co.uk
You will find other useful information at http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk
My latest books are:
The Elephants in the Classroom: using every student’s natural power of mental Imagery to enhance learning: Neurodiversity through the lens of mental Imagery.
Bridges to Success – How to transform Learning Difficulties

#empoweringlearning #mentalimagery #HSP #neurodivergent #sensoryoverload #elainearonn

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Everyone has Miraculous Abilities–Everyone!”

…but most people just don’t know how to fully access them to live richer, stronger, joyful, and more abundant lives!

Do join me at Art Giser’s amazing programme Discover your Miraculous Abilities, on Jane 25th-28th. All the details are here: http://www.miraculous1.com

It is possible to tap into a greater system of energetic support by aligning the conscious and unconscious mind, with your body, your personal inner wisdom and your spirit.  

That is when the Miraculous Self emerges, and you gain access to greater energies and incredible spiritual support.

…but most people just don’t know how to fully access them to live richer, stronger, joyful, and more abundant lives!

It is possible to tap into a greater system of energetic support by aligning the conscious and unconscious mind, with your body, your personal inner wisdom and your spirit.  

That is when the Miraculous Self emerges, and you gain access to greater energies and incredible support.

In Art’s words:

You have amazing abilities that have been sleeping, waiting for you to wake them up. ​

Everyone was born with miraculous/magical abilities. Everyone!!!

These include the abilities to:

  • Use earth and universal energies to heal and transform others and yourself, in person or remotely
  • Open your intuition. Know things that there is no “normal” way you could know,
  • Being guided and supported by your inner wisdom and spirit
  • Be a magnet for wonderful synchronicities
  • Clear your own energy field of other people’s emotions and energy
  • Retrieve your energy from others

In this packed, fun, and life changing 3 day live program with Art Giser you will learn the activate and enhance your miraculous abilities..

Who is this for?

  • Energetic NLP is unique in that the very first morning your will put your own spirit and deep inner human wisdom in charge of how you benefit over the three days. What unconscious, energetic, and spiritual blocks get healed and cleared. And how your abilities blossom and grow.
  • That means you can be very experienced in energy work, or a new to it. Everyone will have their own unique, customized for them experience.
  • In past Discover Your Miraculous Abilities programs, the participants range from beginners to people who have worked with energy for 20-30 years. And all of them transformed their lives.
  • Empaths – you will really benefit from being in the program! You will learn how to go beyond trying to protect your energy from other people to more advanced and more effective methods.

Discover your Miraculous Abilities June 26-28 Online

www.miraculous1.com

Normally people have to fly in from all over the world, get a hotel, and take all that extra time.

For the first time you can participate from the comfort of where ever you are in the world.

Click on the button below for all the information.

By the end of this 3-day program you will: ​

Heal and change:

  • Unconscious limiting beliefs and family programming.
  • Energetic programming from your family, ancestors, and society.
  • Clear other people’s energy, emotions, and limitations from your energy field.
  • Karma.
  • Spiritual contracts.

You will have activated your miraculous abilities:

  • Be more guided and supported by your inner wisdom and spirit.
  • Be able to use earth and universal energies to clear, heal and transform yourself and others. In person or at a distance! You will be able to use this in any aspect of your life: with friends and family, professionally, as a leader, as a member of a team, in loving relationships, and for personal and spiritual development.
  • Have simple, powerful ways to clear you energy field so that you have greater clarity, are more authentic, increase your vitality, enhance your relationships, and enhance your vitality.
  • Have more joy and happiness.

Just a few of the unique benefits of an Energetic NLP program

  • You will not be told what to believe, you will access information from your spirit
  • You will be guided and supported by your inner wisdom and spirit.
  • You won’t have to analyze yourself, figure out what is blocking you or slowing you down. Instead it will be playful and magical.

Previous participants report amazing changes after the 3 days: feeling freer, energized, inspired, safer, more authentic, more empowered, and clearer.

Do come and join us for this very special event, only run once every year.

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Understanding today’s Learning Differences.

NLP International Conference

Tomorrow I am talking at the NLP International Conference in Israel, that is being help virtually this year. The topic is “Understanding Today’s Learning Differences”; my mission for the last 20 years.

I am so delighted to have been asked and take the stage amongst the good and the great of the NLP field, including the Robert Dilts, who started my journey into education off, many years ago.

Details of the conference are here.

My name is Olive Hickmott; I would be pleased to support you in any way I can.
You are welcome to contact me olive@empoweringlearning.co.uk
Please register here to follow my blog at http://www.olivehickmott.co.uk
You will find other useful information at http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk
My latest books are:
The Elephants in the Classroom: using every student’s natural power of mental Imagery to enhance learning: Neurodiversity through the lens of mental Imagery.
Bridges to Success – How to transform Learning Difficulties

#learningdifferences #empoweringlearning #neurodiversity #NLPconference

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EnergeticNLP – Supporting a Highly Sensitive Person

15 years ago I met Art Giser, creator of Energetic NLP. Since then I have learnt more and more about how to use Energetic NLP for many health and learning applications and transformed my own mental and physical health. If you didn’t wash and clean your teeth every day they would soon get dirty, your energy system is just the same, you pick up other people’s energy and you may find this exhausting, especially if you are highly sensitive. HSPs can get drained around others, anxious in crowds, etc whilst having such great skills for compassion, caring, creativity, etc. EnergeticNLP starts as the personal hygiene for your energy system, enabling you to have all the great strengths without being negatively effected.

Travelling back to where we started, we published an article with some of the basics in the Rapport Magazine here: https://issuu.com/rapportmag/docs/rapport_summer_10_interactive, pages 28-30. In just a short read you will learn about grounding, clearing your energy, retrieving your energy and validation. All very simple tools. Of course EnergeticNLP is so much more now, but this is a great place to start.

When you would like to learn more, we published a CD with 12 meditations called EnergeticNLP in 10 minutes per day. These are all invaluable concepts, especially for Highly Sensitive People. Just scroll down to the bottom of this page to order.

Then you might like to explore how many of these processes are adapted for learning differences in my book, Bridges to Success.

My name is Olive Hickmott; I would be pleased to support you in any way I can.
You are welcome to contact me olive@empoweringlearning.co.uk
Please register here to follow my blog at http://www.olivehickmott.co.uk
You will find other useful information at http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk
My latest books are:
The Elephants in the Classroom: using every student’s natural power of mental Imagery to enhance learning: Neurodiversity through the lens of mental Imagery.
Bridges to Success – How to transform Learning Difficulties

#learningdifferences #hsp #energeticnlp #empoweringlearning #bridgestosuccess #neurodiversity

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Updating the educational paradigm

This is an updated extract from The Elephants in the Classroom, as a follow up to my presentation at the International NLP Conference 2021.

My name is Olive Hickmott; I would be pleased to support you in any way I can.
You are welcome to contact me olive@empoweringlearning.co.uk
Please register here to follow my blog at http://www.olivehickmott.co.uk
You will find other useful information at http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk
My latest books are:
The Elephants in the Classroom: using every student’s natural power of mental Imagery to enhance learning: Neurodiversity through the lens of mental Imagery.
Bridges to Success – How to transform Learning Difficulties. Available in paper and kindle: https://olivehickmott.wordpress.com/new-perspectives-books-and-cds/

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Join us Friday at 11am UK Time for another Neurodiversity Stories

Neurodiversity Stories with Darren Clarke

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Delighted to announce the next guest 🙌

Olive Hickmott

Title: Are we all born dyslexic?

Olive had many Dyslexic and ADHD traits all her life. She will tell the story of how she changed her own experiences and taught 1000s of others through a network of trained practitioners, across the world. After 20 years in the world of neurodiversity, where she advocates for the strengths of these exceptional people, she has become one of the world leaders in understanding the connections between mental imagery and a whole range of neurodivergent diagnoses.

Come and join us to hear Olive’s incredible story.

Please click on the link to listen to the recording

https://lnkd.in/dEUedeV

#Neurodiversitystories#Neurodiversity#Dyslexia#adhd #empoweringlearning

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Webinar on Wed 27.4.21 at the Bell House

Before Covid I was talking about the importance of sleep-breathing-calm for Neurodivergent students. Now the focus is on emotional wellbeing for everyone, these skills are even more valuable. I am running a webinar for The Bell House on Wednesday, just book here: https://bit.ly/2QWaUew

“I wish I had known more when my child was little……”………I could have saved so much pain for her and me.

Lovely Image seen on social media – thank you

Parents often say comments like this and this picture sums it up, for me. It isn’t until they get older that it becomes easier to see what is happening. Talking to your child, you realise more about your child’s experiences, but repair for years of upset is much more difficult in later life. But you can’t start again, so this is where my experience is invaluable.


I am a Forensic health and learning coach, author and trainer who is always searching for reasons behind the behaviour. In the last 20 years, I have come up with several “whys” that are key to understanding our exceptionally creative neurodivergent students. They are, in brief:

  1. Are you grounded, fully in your body? Gravity should be one of the first senses you experience after being born. But do you feel comfortable being grounded?
  2. What do you know about sleep? Newborn sleeping is often challenging but so vital to our development. Key aspects of both quality and quantity of sleep are freely available to the curious and is a lifelong skill.
  3. Breathing. Gentle nasal breathing reduces anxiety and oxygenates every cell in our body. Lack of brain oxygenation is a common ADHD symptom that generates hyperactivity. How are you and your child breathing?
  4. Mental Imagery. These are the pictures we hold in our head that are key to all learning. Those with Dyslexia/poor literacy have not developed mental images of words, essential for a language like English/American. Those with ADHD/ASD have most often uncontrolled mental imagery that is overwhelming; those with ASD would rather sit in a corner and shut out the world. There are simple skills for controlling mental imagery.
  5. Safety. Anxiety is overwhelming for these children and I always ask myself whether the anxiety caused the problems or whether the challenges caused the anxiety. Either way anxiety contributes to a significant lack of feeling safe. Negative emotions can jangle their energy and make them feel very uncomfortable. Add in sensitive people picking up other peoples’ energy and you have a perfect storm of sensory overload that results in meltdowns. I have learned a whole toolkit to help children and adults improve this.
  6. Strengths. These children have remarkable, typically highly visual, strengths but, in my experience, parents and teachers are often overwhelmed by the challenges and overlook their strengths. Learning from the experiences of older children and initially be inspired by Temple Grandin’s book, Thinking in Pictures, has enabled me to piece together this complicated jigsaw puzzle and give parents the skills to master these challenges for themselves. Items 1-5 above will allow these highly talented children to be happier, making excellent use of their visual strengths.

There is more details here in my YouTube video: https://youtu.be/njNx5v8vp4E

My name is Olive Hickmott; I would be pleased to support you in any way I can.
You are welcome to contact me olive@empoweringlearning.co.uk
Please register here to follow my blog at http://www.olivehickmott.co.uk
You will find other useful information at http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk
My latest books are:
The Elephants in the Classroom: using every student’s natural power of mental Imagery to enhance learning: Neurodiversity through the lens of mental Imagery.
Bridges to Success – How to transform Learning Difficulties

#templegrandin #theelephantsintheclassroom #dyslexia #grounded #sleep #breathing #mentalimagery #safety #anxiety #strengths #energy #ADHD #ASD

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We are all born Dyslexic!!

There is only one problem common to all Dyslexics: They have not learned how to visualise letters and words, an essential skill for fluent reading and spelling in the English language.

When we are born, we have no letters or words in our Word Form Area (WFA), or as Dehaene [see footnote] calls it, “The brain’s letterbox”. We have to learn how to populate our WFA with letters without any direct instruction in school. It is, in my opinion, a miracle that about 50% of the population manage to start populating their WFA without any direct education. The other 50% have an underdeveloped use of their WFA, resulting in poor literacy or full-blown Dyslexia, often with letters spinning around/changing places.

The children most affected by not developing their WFA are highly creative, imaginative, and often have a high IQ. They have excellent visual skills for mental imagery but have not learned how to use imagery for any other type of learning, such as spelling, reading, maths, comprehension, etc. Consequently, they typically develop lack of self-esteem, feel stupid, look to be lazy, become angry at their own performance, and a myriad of other behavioral problems. These, in turn, cause anxiety, being ungrounded, mouth breathing and sleep deprivation:

  • When students are ungrounded, you may see them clumsy, uncoordinated and distracted by sounds that others do not hear, . They may even close down their peripheral vision to avoid overload.
  • When students are mouth breathing, they will lack oxygenation in every cell of their body. Lack of brain oxygenation results in hyperactivity, lack of muscle oxygenation results in poor muscle tone.
  • Sleep deprivation will cause many behavioural issues.

These same children have many talents, pick any from the following list; ability to see things from different perspectives sometimes at the same time, seeing the bigger picture, problem solving, drive and energy for things that interest them, picture thinking, creativity, imagination, ideas generation and exceptional memory.

The question is how to simply and easily populate a child’s Word Form Area. It is really helpful that right next to your WFA is your Occipital Lobe that holds all your visual images, so the sequence goes:

  • First it is essential to made friends with your mental images to carry out lots of visual activities, such as memory, mental maths, problem-solving, etc. Check the qualities of these images and make sure you are in control of where they are, whether they are still or moving etc.
  • Then put words on the images, not below or above, and these word images can now be used for spelling and reading. The process has a few simple steps to learn and works for any words, in any language, including those tricky words or homophones that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings. This maximises the students’ natural visual learning strengths.
  • Using any technique for literacy such as phonics or look and say may accidently populate the Word Form Area for many children but adding this explicit teaching of Empowering Learning will accelerate everyone’s progress, not only those who find phonics simple.

All the other dyslexic symptoms come from this simple problem of not learning how to use your WFA, how to control your mental imagery and the rules and counter rules of the English language, where teaching ONLY phonics is just not suitable.

My name is Olive Hickmott; I would be pleased to support you in any way I can.
You are welcome to contact me olive@empoweringlearning.co.uk
Please register here to follow my blog at http://www.olivehickmott.co.uk
You will find other useful information at http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk
For more information see my latest book:
The Elephants in the Classroom: using every student’s natural power of mental Imagery to enhance learning: Neurodiversity through the lens of mental Imagery
You will find more examples in Bridges to Success – How to transform Learning Difficulties

#theelephantsintheclassroom #empoweringlearning #borndyslexic #wordformarea #occipitallobe #Dehaene

Footnote: Adjacent to the occipital lobe is the Word Form Area, or as Stanislas Dehaene prefers to call it “The Brain’s Letterbox.” The Word Form Area plays a significant role for someone who is successful at literacy, connecting the occipital lobe to the areas for pronunciation, articulation and meaning, creating people who are fluent readers and capable spellers. “Whenever subjects looked at written words, the region dedicated to vision, situated at the back of the head, was activated. Another small region of the left hemisphere, right at the border between the occipital and temporal lobes, also showed up – that he termed ‘The Brain’s Letterbox.’” This research has often been replicated.

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Neurodiversity Celebration Week Continued: Exceptional Interpersonal Skills

EPIC students can create verbal communications with a rich and interesting advanced vocabulary; many have developed these skills to compensate for their lack of ability with written communication. They can have tremendous powers to connect with other people and when talking will very often be getting their triggers from mental images.

Most EPIC students may have a great sense of humour; many love to laugh and may have a knack for making others laugh, too; hopefully, people are laughing with them, not at them.

Many EPIC students demonstrate strong opinions/feelings, with clarity and obvious authenticity. They exhibit a compulsion to be authentic, exhibit ethical values and express their true selves which others may find difficult to hear. See quote from Greta Thunberg about Asperger’s[i]; however, they are fond of telling you exactly how it is.  They see things as they really are and have a strong instinct to question and dismiss information that conflicts with their instincts. Searching out the rationale behind an instruction, helps them verify that it has an authentic purpose, or they will work to change it.

Many EPIC students bond strongly with plants and animals, enjoying the peaceful nature, as long as their anxiety is not triggered.

[1] Greta Thunberg , the 16 year-old climate activist demonstrates this perfectly “Asperger’s is what makes me different, and being different is a gift.  I don’t easily fall for lies, I can see through things”

My name is Olive Hickmott; I would be pleased to support you in any way I can.
You are welcome to contact me olive@empoweringlearning.co.uk
Please register here to follow my blog at http://www.olivehickmott.co.uk
You will find other useful information at http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk
This is an extract from my latest book:
The Elephants in the Classroom: using every student’s natural power of mental Imagery to enhance learning: Neurodiversity through the lens of mental Imagery You will find more examples in
Bridges to Success – How to transform Learning Difficulties

#theelephantsintheclassroom #empoweringlearning #verbalcommunications #neurodiversity #neurodiversitycelebrationweek #aspergers #gretathunberg

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