Discovering our own truth with NLP
The human brain is an amazing thing, we all know that don’t we? Its power to take in information and decipher it, to create language, meanings, values and beliefs is absolutely phenomenal. Yet, in so many ways, it tricks and deceives us into believing things that are not true, creating scenarios for the future that hold us back despite the fact that they may never happen and all of this in the name of fear and protection.
Our brain is thousands of years old and still works on the same basics from that period, long forgotten. It sees predators an danger everywhere and, if left unchecked, will stop us from living the life we want so that it can keep us safe…. a contradiction in terms maybe!
So we, as responsible human beings, have an obligation to ourselves to discover the truth behind the realms of fear and protection, to uncover what is holding us back and then move past it. If we want to live a life on our terms, we have to find the truth rather than blindly accepting what our mind would have us believe.
“You will never find yourself until you face the truth” – Pearl Bailey.
This is where NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) finds its voice in this world, questioning everything for the truth with a particular focus on uncovering what holds us back. NLP, at its base level, gives us exceptional tools for modelling the way we work, uncovering how we communicate to ourselves and others and how that stops us living our lives.
Whether you want to help yourself discover the truth buried deep down inside so that you can create a positive change or you want to help others uncover their truths and be the conduit of their change, the modelling process of NLP is the first port of call. As we open up the door on the language we use we discover the dischord and disunity that occurs between our conscious and unconscious, where the unconscious has the need to protect.
When we open up the language we use and bring it forth into our consciousness then, and only then, can we create change. Then, and only then, can we create a life on our terms. Consider everything you say, or that your clients say, as being Generalised, Distorted or having some information Deleted and then consider how to investigate that language to find the truth.
When something is Generalised we need to find the specifics, when it is Distorted we need to clarify it and when it is Deleted we need to rediscover it. When we do this, through questioning, we find the truth and create change.
“NLP is an attitude and a methodology, not the trail of techniques left behind it” – Richard Bandler (Co-Creator of NLP)
As a Strategic Coach and Helping Practitioner, I use NLP every day to aid my clients in uncovering their truths. I see, hear and feel the changes that happen within them as they discover what has been holding them back and then breakthrough towards a life they want. The models, patterns, techniques and methodology that NLP provides gives me a form of leverage to help a client that I could never have without it.
Do you want to discover the power NLP holds for finding your truth or helping you uncover your clients’ truth? Do you want to be the conduit of change for yourself and/or your clients? Then it is time that NLP became part of your life!
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