Mystic Mag is speaking with Jason Jurado, a certified Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnosis, and Time Line Therapy. Jason’s mastery of Neuro Linguistic Programming enables him to explore the intricate relationship between language, patterns of behavior, and the mind. Through this understanding, he assists individuals in reshaping their thoughts, beliefs, and perceptions, ultimately empowering them to create lasting change in their lives. In addition to his expertise in NLP and hypnosis, Jason is also a certified practitioner of Time Line Therapy, a powerful modality that enables individuals to release negative emotions, eliminate limiting beliefs, and break free from past traumas. Join us as we delve into Jason Jurado’s inspiring journey and gain invaluable insights into the world of Neuro Linguistic Programming, hypnosis, and Time Line Therapy. Get ready to discover the power within yourself and unlock your true potential under the guidance of this incredible Master Practitioner.
Can you describe your coaching philosophy and how it informs your highly personalized approach to working with clients?
I start with the mindset of respecting everyone’s model of the world. I may not agree with it and it may not be getting them the results they want but it is their model and I help them work within that. Everything I do is highly collaborative and results driven so I work with the client to get them the results they want. I approach coaching as if I am a tour guide for my clients. They have to do the work and I am there to help them discover their path. There are two sayings that sum up my approach. There is no failure, only feedback and If what you are doing isn’t working, then do something else. Flexibility is the key to change.
What type of services do you offer?
Coaching and Hypnosis
I support people in living the life they most desire. That begins by helping them gain awareness of where they are currently at. Then I help them discover what outcomes they want. What is their purpose and what is holding them back from achieving that. We then begin on the journey to clear out anything that is holding them back from achieving that. Getting rid of limiting beliefs and negative emotions from the past that are getting in their way. Then I help them build goals that will lead them to the life they want to live and help them build the tools they need to accomplish them. If there is trauma in their past that may be holding them back we work together to process that in order to move past it. My formal training is in Neuro Linguistics (NLP), Hypnosis, Time Line Therapy, Polyvagal Theory, Meta Medicine. I have a background and personal practice of mindfulness and meditation and I teach clients techniques based on those teachings to help them on their journey.
How do you approach creating highly personalized coaching plans that are tailored to the unique needs and circumstances of each individual client?
The first session with each client we do a process called a Detailed Personal History. This is 16-20 (depending if I get enough information with the first 16 or not) questions that help get to the core issues of the problem/situation they are coming to me for support with. It helps me see clearly not only what the problems are but how they do the problem. NLP deals with the unconscious mind and the mental process and filters that affect how we interact with our world. The DPH helps me to see the details (circumstances) and processes they use (unique needs) in order to build a plan to help them get the results they are looking for.
How do you ensure that your coaching remains flexible and adaptable as the needs and circumstances of your clients evolve over time?
I begin with keeping a mindset of curiosity and flexibility in my approach to the work I do. At the beginning of each session we begin with a check in. I find out how they have been doing in between sessions and what is coming up for them. I have each session planned out based on the work we are doing, however as something shows up with them I may switch to focus on what has come up recently if it is something that we feel is a bigger issue. It may be something that is part of the issue I had planned to work on with them and then based on that I decide which way to go for that session. As they client makes changes in their lives the work will shift accordingly so they may reach their desired outcomes.
How do you ensure that your coaching maintains a strong sense of accountability while still being tailored to each individual?
As I begin the journey with each client I tell them my two basic rules. 1. I have no judgment on anything they tell me, I am here to support them on their journey. 2. I take everything they tell me as their truth. The complete truth. Of course, my role is to interpret what they tell me and to help them get to the core of what is really going on. This also includes the check in we do at the beginning of each session. I follow up with them about any commitments they may have made in previous sessions and also see how the work we did in the last session worked for them. This holds both of us accountable for their progress.
What self-reflection and self-improvement practices do you engage in as a coach to ensure that you are continually refining and growing your ability to offer highly personalized coaching?
I am a lifelong learner and I continually educate myself in the field I work in and look at other modalities that can add to my current knowledge. There is a saying in Huna “Think not that all knowledge resides in your school” and I take that to heart. I know that there are many ways to support people on their mental health journey. My goal is not to keep adding more and more schools of thought for the sake of learning but to continue on my path and add where I see there is opportunity to supplement the learnings I already have. Last year I started my study of Polyvagal theory and was certified in it as I saw that it was a great way to connect the dots (so to speak) with the work I am already doing. I also have a daily meditation practice that allows me to reflect and concentrate on my path and see where I need to focus to become even better for my clients.