Build Better Relationships With NLP

Maybe you want to have a better relationship with your  boss and co-workers. Perhaps you want to improve your relationships your spouse, kids and other loved ones. Maybe you want to find a relationship. No matter which applies to you, you’re in the right place. You can build better relationships with NLP.

How NLP Enhances Relationships

One of NLP’s strengths is communications. NLP can help you better understand the other person’s point of view. It allows your communications to become more flexible. Neuro-Linguistic Programming gives you the tools you need  to build deep and lasting rapport.

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Behavioral Modeling in Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Modeling in Neuro-Linguistic Programming Modeling in Neuro-Linguistic Programming first came from wanting to understand the thinking processes and behaviors of successful therapists. Using this understanding, these thinking processes and behaviors could be taught to others.

What is Behavioral Modeling?

Behavioral modeling in Neuro-Linguistic Programming or NLP is, in simple terms, copying behavior. The process of modeling breaks down a complex system or a series of events into chunks small enough to be understood and then reproduced.

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Applying the Four Pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Applying the Four Pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Applying the Four Pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Applying the four pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming greatly increases your chances of success. In case you don’t remember, the four pillars are rapport, sensory awareness, outcome based thinking and behavioral flexibility.

Applying the four pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming means you are talking action. Taking action is the only way you can make things happen.

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Four Pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Four Pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

The Four Pillars of Neuro-Linguistic Programming

In engineering a pillar is what holds up the main structure of a building. It keeps the building from falling. In Neuro-Linguistic Programming, there are four main ideas, or pillars that make up the foundation.

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Defining Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Some people have a little difficulty understanding NLP.  So, today we’re going to give you a better understanding by defining Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Defining Neuro-Linguistic Programming:

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What’s the Difference Between Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Hypnosis?

Difference Between Neuro-Linguistic Programming and HypnosisOne of the most asked questions I get is, “What’s the difference between Neuro-Linguistic Programming and hypnosis?” Many people believe that Neuro-Linguistic Programming and hypnosis are the same. That’s because both work with the subconscious mind,

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Meditation for Reduced Stress

meditationMeditation is practiced by Hindus and Buddhists in order to reach a higher level of spirituality. Besides these major religions, there are also others that are teaching meditation. The basic teachings of these religions include the practice of meditation as an important element of their daily expression of faith and devotion to their gods and deities.

In two aspects, meditation is both a way of observing religious traditions and a way to improve oneself by controlling the impulses and patterns that cause the formation of negative habits. It also enables a person to control his thought processes. It is used today for curing mental disorders.

The meaning of meditation may be different depending on the practitioner. This is generally  based on where they learned it and how they do it. No matter where learned, its purpose remains the same. To reach a higher level of consciousness. When this state is attained, the person’s mind becomes manageable, to the point of making it calm and focused on whatever objective the practitioner has at a point in time.

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Challenge Anxiety Using NLP

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Are You Chronically Anxious?

Are you one of those people who are anxious most of the time? Then its time to challenge anxiety using NLP.

Most people who are chronically anxious have a never-ending loop going on in their heads with thoughts and feelings that something bad is about to happen. This loop causes them to become paralyzed with fear over possibilities of imagined disasters. This can lead to non-productivity and even depression.

Its normal to be anxious every once in a while. In fact, most successful people have overcome anxiety causing adversities and come out on top of the game. Studies have found that these people use certain techniques found in NLP to challenge their anxiety and turn it into something positive and productive.

Here are a few of techniques from NLP that you can incorporate into your life to challenge anxiety and lessen its impact:

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Famous Followers of Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming

Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming

While Hypnotherapy Neuro Linguistic Programming can be used by anyone, they are two of the best kept secrets used by star athletes, movie starts and high performers from all walks of life.  For example, Tiger Woods, one of the world’s greatest pro golfers, regularly uses hypnotherapy to enhance his focus on and off of the golf course.

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Just watch what Tiger Woods does just before he makes his move the next time you watch him on TV. If you pay close attention, you’ll notice that he blinks his eyes twice. This hypnotic process puts him in a state of focused relaxation, allowing him to be present and in the moment as he takes his swing. It also focuses his mind on a positive outcome. Continue reading


Four Easy Methods to Stop Anxiety and Panic Attacks

stop anxiety and panic attacksWhile everyone gets anxious every now and then, when your anxiety starts to take over it can cause an anxiety or panic attack. The most common reason people have panic attacks is because fight or flight response has gotten out of control, subconsciously triggering your physiological reflexes and putting them in hyper drive.

When your adrenal glands release the same large quantities of adrenaline needed for survival during a life or death situation over something relatively minor it can trigger an anxiety or panic attacks. While this reaction can be very helpful in a life or death situation, it can cause trouble especially when the trigger is simply leaving your house or driving your car. It can also be disabling.

The following tips will help you get those irritating reactions under control.

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