NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Neuro refers to your neurology; Linguistic refers to language; programming refers to how that neural language functions. In other words, learning NLP is like learning the language of your own mind!
In NLP, we have a saying: the conscious mind is the goal setter, and the unconscious mind is the goal getter. Your unconscious mind is not out to get you rather, it's out TO GET FOR YOU whatever you want in life. In fact, go ahead right now and think if there was one thing you could change, one habit you could break, what would it be?
Neuro-Linguistic Programming is like a user's manual for the brain. NLP is the study of excellent communication both with yourself, and with others. It was developed by modeling excellent communicators and therapists who got results with their clients. NLP is a set of tools and techniques, but it is so much more than that. It is an attitude and a methodology of knowing how to achieve your goals and get results.
As human beings, we can never know reality. We can only know our perceptions of reality. Stress is impacted by your perception of reality. We experience and respond to the world around us primarily through our sensory representational systems. It is our 'neuro-linguistic maps of reality that determine how we behave and that give those behaviors meaning, not reality itself. It is generally not reality that limits us or empowers us, but rather our map of reality.
The processes that take place within a human being and between human beings and their environment are systemic. Our bodies, our societies, and our universe form an ecology of complex systems and sub-systems all of which interact with and mutually influence each other. It is not possible to completely isolate any part of the system from the rest of the system. Such systems are based on certain 'self-organizing' principles and naturally seek optimal states of balance or homeostasis.
With Panic Attacks ebooklet and receive a bonus ebooklet - Your Words Will Stay With Your Children
|Posted in: Stress Relationships|