Principles and processes taught in the entire TPM practitioner program

 This begins with mental landscaping 

Principles taught Reason
Teaching the Unconscious Mind new processes Once the unconscious mind knows a process, it can repeat it at lightning speed - shortening the session and eliminating practitioner error
Quickly finding the positive intention to ensure learnings are retained Change only lasts when all learnings are kept
Ensuring clients feel safe and avoiding going into uncomfortable states Change happens with good techniques, rather than re-living traumatic memories
Finding and working at the root of the problem Lasting change occurs when working with the cause of the cause
Maintaining safety for clients by not exposing their bodies to traumatic events or memories Such memories are dealt with in TPM beyond the conscious awareness of the client
Paying close attention to body language and patterns The more we pay attention to the unspoken language, the better results we get
Using metaphors and gentle language Using language the unconscious understands gets outstanding results
Build trust, respect and rapport with the client's unconscious mind The unconscious mind (UCM) is hugely powerful and rapidly achieves results. Achieving outcomes often require the intervention of the UCM
Using clients creative unconscious Solutions exist at a different level to problems. The creativity of the unconscious mind is a vast resource and often sources solutions when requested to do so
Consider new roles for established parts and positive intentions New roles help outcomes last and assist with ecology


Key TPM processes taught 

Rapid memory search

Advanced Anchoring Techniques - TPM style

Single memory clear up

Chained memory clear up

Comprehensive memory clear up

Process drivers (for working with the unconscious mind)

I lead you follow methods

Wide Awake Trance Induction

Silent Emotional History process and uses

Proof of survival process

Gentle Brain Cleanse for children

Re-sourcing self options

Eye pattern scan

Body alignment exercises

Cloud Metaphor for single issues

Unconscious Mind learning invocation

Defining what to work on - The Robert Fletcher's intake process

Exploring mental landscape 

Doubt alignment

Certainty location

Robert's mirror process

Identity alignment process

Values alignment process

Belief clarification process

Purpose reconnection

Forgiveness pattern process

Getting child's needs met

Retraining the inner parent

Working with ancestral lines/family traits & resourcing ancestors

Content-free parts integration

Forgiveness process & responsibility realignment

Grief & loss storage and mental landscape

Flip method

Enhancing self image, self-worth & self esteem

Engineer model for creative solutions

Engineer model for health and body patterns

Other applications of silent emotional history process

Adjusting Mental Landscape consciously to increase motivation & change behaviour

Optimising memory storage (altering storage location & intensity at the structural level of the mind)

Safety Bubble exercise

Mirror excercise

Use light metaphor


KEY THEORY you will learn in Modules 1-5

Memory Processing Model including:

- Memory management

- How hidden memories effect our bodies & our Lives

- Altering memory pattern principles

- Principles for clearing emotional blockages, traumas and negative memories

- Principles for recycling

- Principles for teaching the mind

- Working with parts and sources of resistance

Impact of history on clients development and how it can be changed ecologically

Identity & beliefs (TPM style) and how we filter reality (including the meta programs we use)

System function - intellectual, body, emotional

Identity, memory storage and health case studies

Engineer metaphoric model - origins and applications for creative solutions, in health management

Mental landscape discoveries and further applications