NEURO LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING - NLP
WHY LEARN NLP?
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is for everyone and is a proven and potent method for transformation and change. Because of this, people have saught out NLP or Neuro-Linguistic Programming as it gives them the tools and the insights to…
Become more confident, effective and influential communicators
Feel more in charge of their thoughts & moods and ultimately achieve the results they desire in all areas of
Develop themselves further – and become more effective in their personal & working lives and have more fulfilling realtionships with others.
If this important to you, and if there is a gap from where you are now and where you want to be in your life, then NLP may just be what you are now looking for and now give you the sense of confidence inside to live the life that you ultimately deserve.
WHAT IS NLP?
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), linguistically as the name suggests, encompasses the three most influential components involved in producing human experience: neurology, language and programming. Essentially, and as a more formal definition, Neuro-Linguistic Programming describes the fundamental dynamics between these three components:
Neuro: Our nervous system, brain/mind and how that interacts with the body.
Linguistic: The words and language we use. Language can be verbal and non verbal.
Programming: Is the habits of thought (often unconscious) that lead to habits of behaviour. By discovering these with NLP you can then decide whether they work well for you or lead you to be unhappy and unfulfilled. This places you in a great position of CHOICE about whether you would like to change them and focus on what you want creating better results in your life.
Dr Richard Bandler who is widely regarded as the Co-Founder of NLP defines NLP as ‘an attitude and methodology that leaves behind a trail of techniques’.
Therefore it can be said that NLP is about behavioural modelling which means that any task or skill done well (or excellently) can be decoded and replicated so that others can learn to do the same skill or task. It’s this aspect of NLP (the modelling) that means NLP is so widely applied.
Given this NLP is simply a collection of practical techniques, skills and strategies that are easy to learn, and that can lead to real excellence. Sounds great doesn't it?
Through NLP, we learn the three questions and things that people struggle with every day of their lives. These three things are:
What do you really want in life? (Instead of what you don’t want anymore).
How to get rid of the barriers, conflicts or obstacles that prevent you from getting there.
How do you make what you want happen and to make it happen fast?
NLP provides us the platform for each of us to answer these questions in full and the resources, tools and processes so that we don’t need to be afraid of these questions any longer because by practicing NLP, and coaching NLP, we can unlock our own full potential and enrich the lives of others by allowing them to answer the very same questions.
NLP is a do with process rather than a do to process, as many traditional therapies are.
NLP is well known for it’s applications and transformation of such therapies and counselling as well as the many other areas in which NLP can be applied.
NLP can be applied in the following areas:
Coaching, therapy and counselling to accellerate the changes with clients by looking at the processes that underlie a particular pattern, emotion or habit.
Education and training to promote and accelerate learning and memory. NLP is also a valuable tool for teaching and design methods.
Personal development to remove unresourceful emotions and patters while promoting confidence and self esteem.
Business to enhance communication and negotiation skills.
Sports to enhance performance.
Parenting to assist in clear communication with children from the start.
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