Neuro Linguistic Programming

NLP is a great tool in mental health counseling, in relationship counseling, and in goal setting.

NLP provides a simple step by step process to reframing memories or beliefs that block our progress and cause stagnation in life or a tendency to stay toxic situations. 

NLP helps us to become aware of the subconscious patterns that are expressed in both our language and our behavior. NLP can help change these patterns when applicable. 

NLP can identify when an individual is unconsciously in a victim state of mind, and it ca help to shift us out of that state, and into an empowered state, a state of mind where solutions become available.

NLP can help PTSD or past trauma memories by creating a distance between the memory scene, and ourselves, and this takes most of the fear and the emotional charge out of the memory.

TOP 5 NLP TECHNIQUES

NLP techniques are action-oriented. Unlike talk therapy, NLP focuses on the how to reach goals, fell better, improve relationships. How can you react differently to your beliefs, to your thoughts and emotions? NLP helps you identify how your life can benefit you, and not just slip by.

 1. IMAGERY & VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUES

Imagery training, sometimes called mental rehearsal, or visualization is one of the classic neuro-linguistic programming techniques. It’s an excellent exercise for beginners because it is incredibly easy for anyone. The key is to create a short scene of yourself performing an action successfully – whether that action is an athletic performance or a personal relationship achievement or a business goal. Imagine how you would feel, and what your senses would experience, feel yourself natural, confident, determined, and comfortable. Be as detailed as possible. NLP techniques like this are essential for creating absolute certainty in yourself and your abilities.

2. NLP REVISION

When you’re ready for more advanced NLP techniques, use the NLP swish. First, create a vivid picture in your mind of something you don’t want. Make it big and bright. Then create a vivid picture of what you want to replace it with, making it small and dull. Now reverse them: Bring the image of what you want into the foreground, making it brighter and brighter. Add triumphant music and motion. Throw the image you don’t want into the background, turning it gray and colorless. Repeat this reversal three to five times. You’ll train your brain to amplify positives and weaken negatives.

3. MODELING

Modeling is one of the NLP training techniques that has gained the most attention from successful entrepreneurs, athletes and more. It’s based on the law of assumption, where attention goes energy flows. What you focus upon you move toward. Surround yourself with people who have achieved the success you want and focus on modeling their behaviors. Surround yourself with information and input that supports who you want to become.

4. MIRRORING

According to the 7-38-55 Rule, just 7% of your message is communicated through words. Your tone of voice contributes 38%, and your body language communicates a full 55% of your message. Mirroring is an NLP technique that uses body language to make instant trusting connections and to build rapport with anyone. When you’re talking to someone, mirror your body language to theirs. You can also change the words or dialect you choose to use to match their vocabulary. The other person will automatically find you more trustworthy.

5. AFFIRMATIONS

An affirmation is a phrase you repeat to yourself about your beliefs and goals. In NLP this is taken a step further, by changing your physiology as well as your words to create a state of total confidence. Get yourself into peak state by embodying what you’re saying with all the intensity you can. NLP techniques like affirmations are an effective way to reprogram your mind and create empowering beliefs. Involve your whole body and energy in this.

These are just a few of the techniques that might be used in a coaching session. Neuro-linguistic programming also starts with a set of presuppositions that complement results coaching, particularly the belief that the meaning we assign to our experiences is everything. It takes the approach that “failure is feedback” and if we find the lesson and get back up, failure is worth it.

Most of all, neuro-linguistic programming believes anything is possible, and that we can change our lives. we can do, have, and be exactly what we wish!

So what is neuro-linguistic programming? It’s a behavioral method that uses the Law of Assumption and other methods as a power of reframing our circumstance, it helps people overcome their limiting beliefs and create new empowering ones.

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