By introducing NLP into your programme of making change helps you to understand more about how we’re wired and how the brain functions. Developed by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) has been around since the early 1980’s and popularized by Paul McKenna when he began trainings in NLP with Richard Bandler here in London. I took my NLP Practitioner training with Bandler & McKenna in London (2004).
NLP became very popular within corporate training programmes, because it’s fast and works directly with the subconscious mind enabling newly strengthened behaviours through the neural pathways of the brain.
Introducing NLP For Habits & Behaviours
What this means is that your habits and behaviours are laid down in such a way that they connect through the nervous system (and other regions). The neural pathways are part of how all behaviours repeat themselves and are essential when you think about not having to learn new behaviours every day, such as how to tie your shoelaces, or make a cup of tea.
However when you develop unhelpful behaviours that you’d like to re-programme quickly, then NLP is very quick.
NLP uses is your sensory preferences, and most people have a predominant sense of reference which shows itself in how you learn better by feeling, reading or listening to instructions.
There are 5-senses, as we know, and in NLP terms they are known as sub-modalities.
These are great informers in reading body language and it’s quite common to have more than one. What do you think yours is/are? NLP is highly effective and works very well with hypnosis and the energy remedies mentioned above.
It’s also a component of the ACE (Accelerated Clearing Energetics) process.
If you’d like to see how this can help you with something you’d like to be free of, contact Jane for a chat: