We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.
NLP, or Neuro-Linguistic Programming, is both somewhat difficult to explain and enlightening to experience. The quote above makes a good starting point for discussion, though. One of the first things that NLP teaches us is just how helpful it is to develop flexibility in our thinking and behaviour and then gives us an ‘ instruction manual’ for how to do so.
Richard Bandler in his book Get the Life You Want explains, “NLP is not a philosophy, not a religion and not an ideology; it’s simply a set of tools to make things easier.”
Drawing from psychology, hypnotherapy, behavioural science and linguistics, NLP is a set of tools and techniques designed to allow us to find and experience a new perspective on life.
NLP’s utilisation of elements of these sciences allows us to understand how we think and act the way we do, while providing the know-how to overcome limiting behaviours, eliminate fears, motivate ourselves and choose the meaning we give to our experiences.
Applying NLP techniques can free you from phobias, improve your focus and drive to achieve goals, equip you with more effective communication techniques and derive more satisfaction and joy from your relationships and your life.
By clarifying the intricate relationships between our minds, our physiology, our emotions and our patterns of behaviour, NLP provides the knowledge, strategies and techniques to allow you to overcome, achieve and feel the best you can be.
NLP has been intentionally designed to be quick and easy to learn and apply, providing long-lasting and highly effective results in a short length of time.
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