What is NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming)

Research shows that 7% of the meaning of our communication is through words.

The rest of the communication process takes place through body language, tone of voice and the various signals that words cannot convey – so that means that 93% of what we communicate is not from our words !

NLP allows us to change, fine tune or eliminate patterns of behaviour which stand in our way and sabotage our ability and need to move forward.

By learning new skills of communication (internally and externally) we can adjust our mental, emotional and physical states of well-being at any time and grow from every life experience.  NLP can provide you with a profound set of tools for personal and professional development.

Although a behaviour may appear to be bad, hurtful or thoughtless it is important to look at the context in which that behaviour appears together with the underlying reason for it before we can allow ourselves to realise that every behaviour has a positive purpose.  

Perhaps that person who hurt our feelings had no other resources available to them to help them deal with the situation and they are simply acting as best they know how to.  In using NLP we can learn how to remove underlying negative emotional, habits and addictions which can in turn result in our realising new alternatives and choices. 

Everyone has the potential to produce excellent outcomes but if they cannot at times then it is likely to be due to inappropriate beliefs, inadequate mental strategy or ineffective behavioural patterns.  

We all have the abundant inner resources necessary to alter any beliefs and in looking within and discovering them we can use them to produce any outcome we desire.

In addition we can look at the mental strategy and behavioural patterns of successful people and duplicate and install this in ourselves, thereby producing excellent results.  For example, if what you are doing is not working, then do something else!

‘If you always do what you have always done, you will always get what you have always got’ so if you are attempting to get a result and whatever you are doing is not working then perhaps it is necessary to take a look at it, observe any feedback and try something new to produce the required result.