Neuro Linguistic Programming

About NLP

Neuro Linguistic Programming encompasses a wide variety of processes and techniques to help people get better at what they do, to achieve excellence in performance.

Our inner communication is made of images, sounds, words and feelings. Finding out what’s giving you tense feelings is a matter of discovering which images, words and sounds go with the tense feeling. As you turn your attention inward, looking for what you see and hear on the inside, you might discover that you are imagining things that are negative and causing the release of stress hormones and the tension in your body.

NLP uses a set of approaches and tools which combine to offer ideas and skills for enhancing how people do things. It is like an owners guide to the mind that can be used to help us be at our best version of ourselves.

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By changing the inner attitude of your mind you can change the outer aspects of your life

What does Neuro Linguistic Programming mean?

Neuro: Refers to the mind or brain, particularly regarding how states of mind (and body) affect communication and behaviour. NLP teaches a structural way of viewing mind and body states, developing mental maps that show how things happen and how to change course.

Linguistic: Means that our mind and body states are revealed in our language and non-verbal communication. Language is the tool we use to gain access to the inner workings of the mind. Neuro-linguistic programing language patterns teach us how to access unconscious information that would remain vague and unknowable otherwise.

Programming: This refers to the capacity to change our mind and body states. You’ve heard the term living on autopilot, right? To someone trained, this would mean that you are living according to your programing, which consists of habitual thoughts, feelings, reactions, beliefs, and traditions.

Someone trained in neuro-linguistic programming knows how such programs are structured in the mind and how to access them through conversation so that outdated programs and autopilot behaviours can be changed.

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