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NLP - Neuro Linguistic Programming

for Transforming Beliefs & Behaviours

from Negative to Positive

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) began in the United States during the mid-1970s from research into human behaviour. Mathematician Richard Bandler and linguist John Grinder developed NLP from psychotherapy techniques while studying at the University of California. Their studies into the effects of NLP owe much to the work of two psychotherapists, Fritz Perls and Virginia Satir, and American hypnotherapist Milton Erickson.

The first NLP book was published by Bandler and Grinder in 1975 but in the 1980s the two founders went their separate ways and the therapy developed into various methods and principles. NLP transformed from an alternative tool of psychotherapy to a form of psychological communication. Today, NLP is practised by many people including psychotherapists, hypnotherapists and medical healthcare professionals.

The term NeuroLinguistic Programming can be broken down into 'Neuro' meaning the mind or nervous system, 'Linguistic' meaning the use of language (both verbal and non-verbal) and 'Programming' meaning to alter a system of actions to achieve a planned result.

Neuro Linguistic Programming works by understanding that a person's behaviour, words and attitudes to life are guided by previous experiences which then affects their actions. By applying certain methods, an NLP practitioner can alter the beliefs associated with the negative aspects of a person's life to create new positive outcomes.

NLP practitioners listen and examine verbal and non-verbal forms of communication. The way in which a person describes and displays their emotional or physical problem helps the NLP practitioner identify the individual's perception of that problem. The NLP practitioner can then help reprogram the mind to perceive the problem in a different way and help overcome it.

By studying ways in which other people do things well, an NLP practitioner can help people model themselves to do the same thing to a similar standard. Neuro-Linguistic Programming breaks down the component skills and methods that are required to achieve success and helps people apply them to their life.


Be prepared. It is advisable to choose an NLP practitioner who is a member of, or is accredited by, an association or professional body. This ensures your NLP session is carried out by someone who has received formal training and ongoing development in their field. Members are also bound to a code of ethics and practice.

On finding an NLP practitioner, ask about their expertise and what methods or techniques they use. It is also advisable to ask for testimonials from previous clients. Before your appointment, think about what you hope to achieve with Neuro-Linguistic Programming and make a list of the problems you hope to overcome.  


NLP will usually take place in a quiet and relaxed environment. NLP can take place on a one-to-one basis or within a group environment. The NLP practitioner will begin with a consultation where you can talk in confidence about the issues you want NLP to help you with.

Many practitioners combine hypnotherapy and CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) with NLP but they will consult with you before doing so. NLP, while similar to hypnosis, does not involve you entering into a trance-like state. See our section on CBT-Hypnotherapy for further information.

Before your session ends, your NLP practitioner will discuss the experience with you and may give advice on any techniques you can use at home. NLP involves self-discovery and many people come away from their session feeling relaxed and positive about what they've achieved and what changes in their life they can expect in the future.

The first session with an NLP practitioner may take longer than usual as the practitioner gathers information and an understanding of your problem and explain the process involved with NLP. Expect this appointment to last around 90 minutes. A follow-up session can be anywhere up to an hour long but some intensive sessions can last much longer.

The number of sessions required depends on your problem and progress. Your NLP practitioner will advise on this.

NLP is safe, widely used in medical and professional environments and has a reputation for producing quick results. It has proved successful in helping with a number of conditions and is often used alongside other complementary therapies such as Hypnotherapy and CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), Life Coaching etc.

NLP therapy or modality may help with: 

 Abandonment  Abuse  Addiction
 ADHD  Agoraphobia  Alcoholism
 Amnesia  Anger Management  Anxiety
 Bedwetting  Bipolar Disorder  Bullying
 Childhood Abuse  Chronic Fatigue  Depression
 Despair Anguish  Digestive Problems  Drug addiction
 Eating Disorders  Eczema  Epilepsy
 Erectile Dysfunction  Excessive Sweating  Fainting
 Gender issues  Grief  Habitual Behaviour
 Headaches  HIV  Hyperhidrosis
 Hysteria  Immune System Dysfunction  Impotence
 Indecisiveness  Indigestion  Insecurity
 Insomnia  Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)  Jealousy
 Learning difficulties  Low Self Esteem  M E
 Menopausal symptoms  Migraines  Nausea
 Nightmares  Obesity  OCD
 Panic Attacks  Performance anxiety  Personal development
 Personality disorders  Pet loss  Phobias
 PMS PMT  Pre Conceptual Health  Pregnancy
 Rejection  Relationship Problems  Relationship Problems Couples
 Relationship Problems Twins  Repetitive strain injury  Seasonal Affective Disorder
 Self Harm  Separation  Sexual Addiction
 Sexual Dysfunction  Sleep disorders  Smoking Addiction
 Stress  Stroke  Suicidal Feelings
 Tinnitus  Tiredness  Toothache
 Trauma (PTSD)  Urinary Problems  Vertigo
 Vomiting  Weight Management  Withdrawal Symptoms

NLP - Neuro Linguistic Programming

for Self-Development & Effective Communication

    Are you seeking help to enhance your "people management skills" in your personal or professional life?

    Do you ask yourself the following questions and need the answers to get results, fast?

·         I need to be able to influence people who I have no authority over.

·         I want to demonstrate that the things I do make a real difference in people’s lives.

·         I require tools that could help me to rapidly understand other people’s models of the world.

·         I need to be able to diagnose problems accurately, then help solve them quickly.

·         I want to be able to get the kind of amazing results that I feel good about and that other people admire.

·         I am always on the lookout for anything which can help me to improve dramatically.

When you attend your first NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) course, and you will be blown away by what is possible.
You will immediately decide to learn everything you could about this amazing field,
and implement all the powerful tools you could get your hands on.
One of the things that will impress you the most, will be a powerful set of language patterns called
The Meta-model, a set of questioning tools modeled by Richard Bandler and John Grinder
from two of the therapeutic geniuses of the 20th century, Fritz Perls and Virginia Satir.
 
It was the first creation in the field of NLP, and formed the basis for subsequent discoveries in the field. 
The Meta-model works on the following principle: people don’t experience reality directly,
but rather through the ‘maps’ of reality they create in their minds.
When people have a problem or challenge, it does not typically exist ‘in reality’ - it exists in their map of reality.
If you can enrich their map, their experience of the world will become richer.
Enrich their map enough, and their problems will be solved, their challenges overcome.

The Meta-model is the principle tool for discovering where and how to enrich a person’s map.

As you start learning NLP from two of the best trainers and coaches in the world, you will discover The Meta-Model being used in a totally different way!

·         Using bizarre queries that didn’t even seem to make sense, but that got high-quality responses from the person they were speaking to.

·         Taking some of the less useful things people said to the extremes, to make their problems seem absurd and ridiculous.

·         Using queries that were so ‘left-field’ that I would never have thought of them in a million years!

·         Taking incredibly creative perspectives on the client’s situation, helping the person to become more resourceful in the process.

One thing will be clear to you
 
You will soon be using these questions, tools and techniques in a systematic way. It is not just creativity or natural talent – it is a skill you will have learned.
You will say to yourself “I need to learn these skills for myself”, and you will do exactly that. Here are just a few of the things you will use these patterns to do.
 
For example you may find yourself saying to yourself...
 
·         Helped the marketing department of a company change their limiting beliefs about marketing to students
(their model of what was possible was stuck in the 1970s, but the questions I asked them brought them up to date).

·         Changed a man’s belief about his financial future from negative to positive by asking one simple question!

·         Got a group of company directors to make a decision and move forward
(these people were addicted to having meetings and putting things off, so getting them to take action was a big accomplishment).

·         Found out what was going on at an subconscious level for every one of my clients!

·         These are the questions I use to help myself change the patterns that have held me back!

Unfortunately, the Meta-Model has a reputation for being difficult to learn.
As a result, this incredibly powerful tool is criminally undertaught. But that’s about to change!

When you have attended our powerful, mind-blowing training workshops, 

incorporating NLP, Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy, imagine being able to:

·         Feel confident that you can discover the information that really matters in any situation. People pay good money for this!

·         Ask questions that amaze your clients, you colleagues, your friends and even yourself with the quality of answers you’ll get.

·         Relax, knowing that you will never be stuck for what to say or ask again.

·         Overcome barriers and obstacles that have been holding people back.

·         Feel good, knowing that you really make a difference in people’s lives.

Here are just some of the amazing abilities that you’re going to have at your fingertips.

You will learn all you need to help yourself and your clients get a laser-like focus on your goals.

·         Ways to trigger the hidden non-verbal cues that will reveal how someone is structuring their internal reality
(a person’s internal reality is what determines what is and isn’t possible for them).
 
·         The simple questions that massively increase the likelihood of a person achieving their goals.
If you don't know the answers to these questions, the chances of you reaching your goal are significantly reduced.
 
·         Tools to reveal the hidden motivations and deep desires that are really driving you and your clients.
If you don't know these, people's behaviour is often baffling, but when you discover these drivers,
suddenly even the most bizarre behaviours make sense.
 
·         The questions that help you discover the 'hidden handbrakes' that stop people moving forward
(you won't find these in the NLP books).

·         The 'action' questions that create commitment and build momentum.

·         The 'verbal aikido' phrase you can use when someone can't find the answer to your question -
at least 50% of the time the answer magically appears when you ask this (admittedly weird) question!
 
·         A simple but little-known tool for breaking unhelpful generalisations. If you've ever had the frustration of trying unsuccessfully to
challenge people's generalisations (even when you know the NLP Meta-model), you have to learn this technique.

·         The most powerful question there is to gently challenge and change the hidden rules people learned as children.

·         The tools you need for drilling down into someone's reality. Without these, you may think you understand what they're talking about, but you don't!

·         The most powerful tools there are for helping people to move beyond their limited ideas of themselves,
and to discover how they've been keeping success at bay!

·         The belief-buster challenges you can use to start uncovering and dismantling limiting beliefs, using nothing more than simple questions.

·         The 'magic phrases' you have to know if you want to uncover the hidden obstacles that stop people moving forward.

·         A question that can give you a near-miraculous ability to help even the most negative clients to create a compelling future for themselves.
Finally, you'll have a solution for people who say "I don't know what I want".
 
·         The ultimate technique for helping you to figure out what's going on in someone else's reality.
If you don't know how to use this, you are missing the most powerful way there is to trigger your own intuitions about what
someone is thinking and believing. It's like having a secret spyglass for looking inside their mind!
 
·         How you can use a simple question you already know, but in a counter-intuitive way that will get people
to instantly disassociate from negative states. I've met very few people who know how to use this question in this way -
even experienced Master Practitioners of NLP!

·         Simple statements that carry powerfully loaded presuppositions that will instantly make your clients feel more resourceful and in control of their lives.

·         The 'softeners' that are essential to making your questions gentle and unintrusive. If you don't know these,
you may be breaking rapport just by asking genuine questions.

·         A subtle enquiry to instantly and covertly re-frame a person's problem as a skill, and put them in charge of their brain.

·         The best tool I've ever found for exploring the deeper emotions and values that drive people’s desires and attachments.
You'll be able to discover what really makes someone tick.

·         A cunningly simple question that can release the emotional energy keeping a problem in place, and create a deep sense of peace and freedom.

·         A method to discover someone's hot buttons and motivation words in any situation. You’ll be blown away by the
powerful effect of using their exact words to motivate them.

·         A way to instantly change someone's perspective on a situation, and get them to look at it in a more resourceful way.

·         A powerful tool for discovering the negative drivers behind fears, worries and compulsions.
Like a scalpel or dynamite, this technique is so powerful that it must be used very carefully,
and only when there is deep rapport between client and coach.
 
·         An approach for helping someone to look beyond the stresses and obligations of day-to-day existence,
and start to discover a sense of purpose in life.
 
·         The secret key that instantly increases the likelihood of success in any endeavour.
When you and your clients are able to say yes to this question, success is virtually guaranteed.
 
·         A way to invite a person to experience life without 'the problem', directing their attention to a place beyond struggle,
beyond the 'how' of resolving it. This can free the imagination to go far beyond what you previously thought possible.
 
·         Powerful tools for uncovering the hidden aspects of a person's limiting beliefs.
You have to be able to uncover these hidden aspects if the beliefs are to change.
 
·         The secret of using negation to ask an astonishingly simple question that will instantly get a person to
imagine a new empowering belief in a situation where they've been limited.
The first step to establishing a new belief is getting someone to think of it, and this is the quickest, easiest way to do it.
 
·         Sometimes people are sure about things which aren't actually useful to them.
You'll learn how to use a person's negative certainty against itself, to open the process of possibility.
 
·         A virtually unknown method for covertly checking whether a person's unconscious mind has fully engaged with the change process.
You can even check whether or not someone's telling the truth!
 
·         A method for increasing the positive extremes a person can go to, whether what they need more of is
love, happiness, pleasure, success, money… whatever you choose!

·         Three different approaches for building rapport, consensus and agreement linguistically.

·         The simple phrases you can use at the beginning of a session to massively increase the ease and effectiveness of the work you do.

·         A simple yet effective tool to focus and centre yourself before the session starts so you're at your best.

 
 
 
 

 

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