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“Neuro Linguistic Programming”

A powerful tool to transform your life. NLP is the study of how to train your body ,mind & soul for brilliance , quality & action .This art & science guide us, how outstanding individuals and organizations get their outstanding results. The methods can be learn & taught to others so they too can get the same outstanding performance. This process is called ‘modelling’. In order to model, NLP studies, how we structure our subjective experience – how we think about our values and beliefs and how we create our emotional states – and how we construct our internal world from our experience and give it meaning. Entire communication with self or with other’s is based on our thoughts, belief, emotions & action. No event has meaning in itself, we give it meaning, and different people may give the same event different meanings. So, NLP studies experience, change from the inside is needed to control & change outer world. NLP began by studying the best communicators and has evolved into the systemic study of human communication. It has grown by adding practical tools and methods generated by modelling exceptional people. These tools are used internationally in sports, business, training, sales, law and education. However, NLP is more than just a collection of techniques. It is also a way of thinking, a frame of mind based on curiosity, exploration and fun. The name ‘Neuro-Linguistic Programming’ comes from the three areas it brings together: N Neurology- The mind and how we think. L Linguistics- How we use language and how it affects us. P Programming- How we sequence our actions to achieve our goals. Finally what belief, patterns, emotions we store in our sub-conscious mind as experience drives us.

NLP has six basic principles. They are known as ‘the pillars of NLP’.

You – your emotional state and level of skill. Why you play pivotal in entire proceeding? .Reason being , anything happens twice before happening, once in your mind & than in practical ie in environment. Your success depends on how resourceful and skilful you are instead of what resources you have .The more congruent you are, the more successful you will be. Congruence is when your goals, beliefs and values align with your actions and words, when you ‘walk your talk and talk your walk’. All success is achieve, by keeping ideal emotional state.

The presuppositions. The principles of NLP The presuppositions of NLP are its guiding principles, those ideas or beliefs that are presupposed, that is, taken for granted and acted upon.

Rapport. The quality of relationship .Rapport is the quality of relationship that results in mutual trust and responsiveness. You gain rapport by understanding and respecting the way another person sees the world. It is like speaking their language. Rapport is essential for good communication. It can be in voice, tone ,volume & body language. If you have rapport, others will feel acknowledged and immediately be more responsive. It is possible to build rapport at many levels, but all involve paying attention to and respecting the other person. Rapport can be built instantly and rapport over time evolves into trust. Whereby mutual buying takes place & consequently we get success in deal.

Outcome. Knowing what you want A basic skill of NLP is being clear about what you want and being able to elicit from others what they want. NLP is based around always thinking of outcomes in every situation, so you are always acting in a purposeful way. An outcome is what you want; a task is what you do to achieve it. Outcome thinking has basic three elements: Know your present situation – where you are now. Know your desired situation – where you want to be. Plan your strategy – how to get from one to the other.

Feedback. How will you know you are getting what you want? Once you know what you want, you have to pay attention to what you are getting, so you know what to do next. What are you paying attention to? Is your feedback both precise and accurate? Most of the time this means paying keen attention to your senses – looking at, listening to and feeling what is actually happening .Your senses are the only way you have of getting direct feedback .You have only your senses to ‘make sense’ of the world. The information you get from your senses lets you know whether you are on course for your goal.

Flexibility. If what you are doing is not working, then do something else When you know what you want and you know what you are getting, the more strategies you have to achieve your outcome, the greater your chance of success. The more choices you have – of emotional state, communication style and perspective – the better your results. NLP encourages choice governed by purpose in a relationship of rapport and awareness.