What is NLP

  • Neuro Refers to the neural network that feed into the brain. Nerve cells otherwise known as neurons are the working bits used by the nervous system to send, receive, and store signals that become information.
  • Linguistics refer to the content, both non-verbal and verbal, that moves through and across these pathways.
  • Programming is the way the content or signal is manipulated to convert it into useful information. The brain may direct the signal, sequence it, change it based on our prior experience, or connect it to some other experience we have stored in our brain to convert it into thinking patterns and behaviors that are the essence of our experience of life.

 

If this is too complicated it basically means you can use language and communications to effectively reprogram your brain so you change your behaviors. In this case changing your behavior of wanting to smoke to not wanting to smoke!

 

How does NLP work?

Have you ever done something so elegantly and effectively that it took your breath away? Have you had times where you were delighted at what you did and wondered how you did it?
 
NLP shows you how to understand and model your own successes, so that you can reproduce them. It is a way of discovering and unfolding your personal genius, a way of bringing out the best in yourself and others.
 
NLP is the study of excellence. It is the study of both the conscious and unconscious processes that combine to enable people to do what they do. The key to success is often unknown at a conscious level. Using NLP you can elicit these unknown pieces.
 
You may want to improve your relationships, or eliminate an anxiety, or become more competitive in the market place. The key pieces are not found in the muscles, but in your inner thoughts, like words or pictures, or feelings or even beliefs. Once you know these unknown pieces you can change them. NLP exercises are like thought experiments, mental exercises or a game. The laboratory is your mind.


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