NLP learning is becoming increasingly popular among those that have a desire to achieve specific goals within their lives. NLP stands for “Neuro-linguistic Programming”. |
Based on information derived from a well-respected psychiatrist named Robert Spitzer, a student from the University of California in Santa Cruz named Richard Bandler developed neuro-linguistic programming. Bandler was engaging in the act of listening to therapeutic sessions recorded by the deceased therapist named Fritz Perls as part of a specific project that was assigned by Robert Spitzer. As Richard Bandler listened to the sessions, he noted that the patient was particularly accepting of certain suggestions presented by Fritz Perls when certain words, phrases and structures of sentences were utilized. Upon further research, it was established that the therapy has the ability to change a patient’s language and the underlying thought patterns that affected their day to day lives. Today, that same concept is utilized in NLP learning sessions.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming in Simple Terms
NLP learning is based on the exploration of the relationship associated with how we think – also referred to as “Neuro” – to how we communicate in verbal and nonverbal ways – also referred to as “Linguistic”. NLP also evaluates the patterns associated with the emotions and behaviours of people – also referred to as “Programmes”. In essence, the purpose and intent of NLP learning is to conduct a detailed study of an individual, describe the information derived from that study and then transfer that information into specific models that have the ability to enhance the level of excellence that a human has the ability to experience. This entire process is often referred to by professionals in the field as “Modelling”. By learning how to conduct neuro-linguistic training sessions on clients, you not only have the ability to assist them in reaching their highest level of potential, but, you too, have the ability to learn and achieve your highest level of potential. Many make the mistake of simply reading about NLP and then attempting technical application with clients. However, it is best to acquire your learning through a trainer.
The Benefits of Learning NLP
If you are interested in learning NLP, it is essential that you acquire the assistance of a neuro-linguistic programming trainer. As you go through the process of learning NLP, you will quickly discover that your observation skills are heightened and that your ability to listen and hear is completely optimized. This will enable you to successfully identify various types of patterns in language spoken by others and their behaviours. By recognizing these patterns, you will be able to promptly identify and effectively respond to the subtext that is directly related to their communication with you and the world around them. While it is possible to learn about neuro-linguistic programming by reading books on the subject and studying other types of media, it is only possible to use NLP in real life scenarios by working closely with a professional NLP trainer and applying what you have learned to real situations. If you have an interest in optimizing your potential and assisting others in realizing their true potential, life experience obtained through training sessions with a professional neuro-linguistic programming trainer will assist you in achieving success in your endeavours. NLP is more than coaching, teaching and therapy is a combination of all of these elements to recognize the excellence that rests in each person.
David Behan is the head trainer at the ICHP UK Training Academy of NLP Learning and an accredited NHS approved consultant. With over 15 years’ experience in hypnotherapy and NLP he has successfully coached and consulted TV presenters, Actors, Pop Stars, as well as celebrities in the sports world in achieving peak performance in their careers and personal lives.
Please visit www.nlplearning.co.uk for more information on using NLP learning (as taught by Tad James), to benefit your business and personal life.
Or call David for an informal chat at 0207 467 8451
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