This week’s show is with Jørgen Rasmussen has seen clients professionally as an agent of change for twenty years, the first eight spent running an “Impossibles practice” with a ‘no change, no pay’ policy.
In this show, Jørgen and I explored what really creates big changes in people and how Jørgen uses all kinds of weird and wonderful thought experiments, games and paradoxes as pointers to allow his clients to see something different that will create the desired change.
It’s a corker of a show, Jørgen is a genius and also very funny, and I so appreciated this opportunity to explore his gem of a mind!
I’d love to know what YOU think about this week’s show. Let’s carry on the conversation… please leave a comment below.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Jørgen sees that the real game changer is when people have an embodied felt experience of understanding that they are thinking and that their thinking isn’t necessarily true.
- For people who are struggling to see their thinking, Jørgen sees that creating a context where people can make the discovery in an embodied way is what creates the jackpot. Jørgen uses all kinds of humour, drama and games to best suit each person.
- Everyone is different – we all fall somewhere on that scale of suggestibility (as Jørgen described it) and so please don’t worry if change is happening more slowly for you. It doesn’t mean you’re broken or an ‘impossible client’, it just means that creating the context to embody the change may be more important for you.
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Lian & Jonathan