Neuro Linguistic Programming
To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one's family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one's own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Enlightenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him. Buddha
What is Neuro Linguistic Programming?
NLP is a system which can influence a persons undesired behavior through selective language patterns which enable him/her to reprogram patterns of negative thinking. Its is a model that is used by the practitioner in order to initiate positive personal change. NLP could also be thought of as behavioral modification technique. This approach pays special attention to the link between mind and language and how this influences our body and behavior.
What are the benefits of NLP?
NLP can help to reduce anxiety and mood imbalances. It is a very popular technique used to combat bad habits. Bad habits are usually changed by way of replacing them with better more productive habits. NLP is a way of improving a persons quality of life from within without the risk of serious side effects and a session complements any other conventional treatment. Neuro Linguistic Programming can enhance an individuals performance in areas such as career, sports, business and even family and social dynamics.
Definition of HNLP Coaching:
The art and science of Humanistic Neuro Linguistic Psychology
“HNLP coaching is the modern holistic approach for bringing out the best in people through processes that honour the values and vision of each individual. Clients are guided to overcome the mental/emotional obstacles that prevent them from achieving their inner-most desires.” -Jevon Dängeli-
“HNLP coaching is the art of conversationally creating a context for change to occur naturally … More specifically: It is a professional, confidential relationship between two people based upon openness, honesty and integrity, with the intention of assisting the client in living a congruent and fulfilling life based upon their values, goals and outcomes.” -John Overdurf & Julie Silverthorn-