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The Essentials of NLP & Hypnotherapy

NLP's most popular saying is:

If you always do what you've unceasingly done, you'll consistently get what you've unceasingly got.

NLP techniques set out to alter our verbal and nonverbal communication so that we produce the results and reactions we intend to produce. There're plenty of hypnosis books on NLP in your local library, and there are several hypnotherapy websites dedicated to NLP. And while there're some subtle and not-so-subtle differences in interpretations of NLP and its use, there're also some essentials that everyone agrees on. Here is a set of essential principles of NLP, which we call presuppositions. No matter who you are, what job you have, or how long you've been trying to make transformation happen, these will be true.

Everything you do sends a message.

Think about it. Everything someone else can see, hear, or feel, that is coming from you, is communicating something about what you are thinking and feeling. From body language to eye movement, to tone of voice, to the speed of your breath and the pace of your speech. We all communicate virtually all the time, we can't help it.

Some of the things that come from you that affect others are in your control, and others don't appear to be. Emotions, for instance, begin internally. Then they produce physiological changes that occur in the human body that tend to produce predictable outer manifestations of those emotions. Here are a few examples of this phenomenon.

NLP - Anger
When you are angry your heart and breathing rates jump, your blood flows to your hands in preparation to hit something, and your overall energy increases. The volume and projection of your voice also increase, in order to attempt to instill fear in anyone who is threatening to you.

NLP - Fear
When you are in fear, your heart and breathing speed up as well, but your blood takes a different direction; it leaves your face and surges to your legs for a quick escape (the flight portion of Fight or Flight--see above for the fight part). Momentarily, your body freezes, making it possible to determine if hiding would be better than running. The volume and projection of your voice lessen to minimize the potential of drawing attention.

NLP - Disgust
Disgust is usually indicated by the shunning of your senses. For instance, your eyes squint, your face turns away, your lips curl, and your nose wrinkles. Your vocalization becomes staccato and is marked by quick, short outbursts of breath, similar to what you do when you spit out unwanted food.

NLP - Love
Love is a relaxed state marked by increasing blood flow to the lips and hands accompanied by an open physical bearing and deep breathing, which facilitate contentment and cooperation. Vocalization becomes more resonant, perhaps to soothe and charm.
  • You can usually tell what message has been received, as people-will respond in a way that tells you what message they have received.
  • There are never mistakes in the aftermath.
If you haven't been as successful as you would like, chances are you have developed patterns of thoughts and feelings that have left little room for any other result. In fact, if you are regularly successful at anything, chances are you have developed methods of thoughts and feelings that have left little room for any other end result.

In other words, with a few exceptions, there're few flukes when it comes to results. Every failure-and every success-has a clear path that leads to it. NLP is about examining the clear paths to success and creating similar paths so you can reproduce success. NLP has the tools to help you create your path.

We are all products of characteristics that we have created-consciously and unconsciously-for our entire lives. Nothing about us is because of chance.
That can be good, as we may have developed paradigms that serve us. But it can also be bad, as we have unwittingly developed stereotypes that are destructive, or at best unproductive.

There is never a thing called failure in NLP; there is only feedback.
If the feedback you have isn't what you wanted, you should modify what you did in order to alter the feedback. In other words, if what you're doing is not getting the results or outcome you desire, you ought to vary what you're doing.

You can create a list of behaviors that function and don't work-in your own life.
If you follow it backwards from your successes and your failures, you can list what you did that caused the outcome. That's NLP: a set of descriptions about what works and what doesn't. There is no judgment about good and bad; there's simply what works and what doesn't work.

It's easier to alter yourself than it is to modify anyone else. The map is not the territory.
Though you have an intention behind your communication, that intention is meaningless unless it matches the message that those around you receive. In other words, the map is not the territory-meaning our perception is what creates our reality. NLP is about altering your perceptions, as they are what define what you call "reality." Similarly, your memory is not an exact replication of what has occurred in the past; it is your perception, your visual representation of past occurrences.

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With NLP & self hypnosis you can create tremendous positive changes in your life. Hypnotherapy and NLP reduce negative emotions like anger or use NLP and hypnosis to transpose patterns of thought. All NLP and self hypnosis as well as hypnotherapy programs utilize the subconscious to empower you conscious mind. Try this NLP, Hypnotherapy, and Hypnosis today!

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