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NLP - Neuro Linguistic Programming

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) was created in the early 1970s by Richard Bandler, a computer scientist and Gestalt therapist, and Dr John Grinder, a linguist and therapist. Bandler and Grinder invented a process known as 'modelling' that enabled them to study three of the world's greatest therapists: Dr Milton Erickson, father of modern hypnotherapy; Fritz Perls, creator of Gestalt therapy; and Virginia Satir, the mother of modern-day family therapy. They wanted to know what made these therapists effective and to train others in their methods. What is offered today as NLP is the product of this modelling process.

Grinder and Bandler formalized their modeling techniques and their own individual contributions under the name "Neuro-Linguistic Programming" to symbolize the relationship between the brain, language and the body. The basics of this model has been described in a series of books including Frogs Into Princes (Bandler & Grinder, 1979 ) ,  Neuro-Linguistic Programming Vol. I (Dilts, Grinder, Bandler, DeLozier, 1980), Reframing (Bandler & Grinder, 1982) and Using Your Brain (Bandler, 1985). Through the years, NLP has developed some very powerful tools and skills for communication and change in a wide range of professional areas including: counseling, psychotherapy, education, health, creativity, law, management, sales, leadership and parenting.

NLP is an integration of several disciplines including neurology, psychology, linguistics, cybernetics and systems theory. You can think of it as a blend of cognitive and behavioral psychology. But NLP is much more than ordinary psychological theory and jargon. NLP is MUCH, MUCH MORE!

 

NLP is a unique model of how people learn, motivate themselves, and change their behavior to achieve excellence in any endeavor. We all know the mind body connection, especially how mind makes use of brain and nervous system to enable us experience life.


If you can consider the mind is like the operating system running our "necktop" , the super computer, NLP is like the user manual to help learn how to use the "necktop" more optimally. 


The term Neurolinguistic Programming was introduced by Alfred Habdank Skarbek Korzybski. This is also the same man who quoted “God may forgive you for your sins but your nervous system won't." NLP is an integration of several disciplines including neurology, Psychology, linguistic, cybernetics, and systems theory. The components of the term Neurolinguistic Programming describe best what this little - known Science encompasses. NEURO because all of our experiences, both conscious and subconscious, are derived through and from our senses and central nervous system. LINGUISTIC because our mental processes are also coded, organized, given meaning and transformed through language. PROGRAMMING because people interact as a system in which experience and communication is composed of sequences of patterns or "programs".

NLP lets you learn how to excel in whatever you are already doing with least effort. With NLP you can become an expert in anything you focus. Whether that means getting along with your family and coworkers or being more effective on the job or making more money.

NLP can allow a teacher to change a poor speller into a good speller, a business person to gain rapport nonverbally and to run meetings efficiently, an athlete to improve performance , Student to improve memory and concentration and as well as doctors and therapist to be more effective in understanding and resolving client issues and more.

Those that have attended NLP courses with us have reported major paradigm shifts in their life; increasing self confidence and self esteem, zest for life, transforming limiting beliefs to empowering beliefs and helping to communicate with others more effectively.

NLP is valuable wherever human communication skills can enhance results - in business consultation, management, negotiation, education, counseling, therapy, relationships, parenting, nursing, public speaking, sports performance and many other areas.

NLP is essential for anyone serious about truly fulfilling their potential: recent graduates to top executives, irrespective of profession:  Human Resources Staff, Managers, Salesmen, Consultants, Trainers, Lawyers, Accountants, Doctors, Psychiatrists.

Every therapist, social worker, young teens and parents will benefit from this investment on time on money giving insights and abilities they never thought possible.

You may be familiar with the saying that “insanity is doing the same things over and over and expecting different results.” NLP assumes that every person is already working perfectly, and that what appears to be “wrong” with someone is actually the perfect response to their current map of their world.

By changing your map (that is, how you think about the world and your place in it), you can change your behaviors.

Needless to say, NLP has many potential applications in business, along with the other areas of your life. There are models that can help you locate your hidden talents and skills and bring them to full flower, as well as teach those skills to other people.

A good thing to remember is that NLP is the study of what we already do – our patterns, beliefs, and thinking – so we can focus on and strengthen what does work, and take focus away from the elements that act as roadblocks and keep us from reaching our potential.

Many people have heard the story of Thomas Edison, most famous for inventing the modern light bulb and a number of other conveniences we take for granted. But Edison “failed” hundreds of times for every “success” he had. He didn’t dwell on what didn’t work, simply learned what he could and tried something different,until it did work. An important part of NLP is to recognize when you are stuck in some way. 

We feel stuck because there doesn’t appear to be any other way of doing something. Therefore, the way out of being stuck is to increase your choices, to develop new alternatives.

NLP is all about creating choices wherever you are irrespective of the situations.