Shifting a Problem

Do you have internal habits you want to change, issues you want to shift or a new perspective you want on a problem?


This is used to incite internal change which can cause a client to:

  • Interrupt a habitual thought pattern
  • Dissociate from an issue
  • Imagine a new positive I/R
  • Encode and store the problem differently
  • Experience their own power to change in the present moment


Ask the following:

“That was a terrible problem, wasn’t it?

That’s why you’ve made changes, haven’t you?

Now as you just stop and step out into the future, and turn and look back towards now seeing yourself having made that change now, do you like the way you look having made that change now?”