Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

 Co-created by Dr Richard Bandler, with whom Lisa trained, NLP is a psychological approach that models how people think. 

It is the study of successful strategies. It is the study of people who succeed in their field and have successful internal behaviours of thought patterns that produce that success. It has an impact on how we react to an event or experience, and it can therefore be taken from one person to teach another person how to do it.

 NLP can be utilised by almost anyone. There is a deep connection between our neurological processes (neuro), language (linguistic) and behavioural patterns learned through experience (programming). It is looking at the process by which people make changes, and looking at the neurological configurations, the linguistic structures that are hardwired in the mind and knowing how people learn. People react differently to situations depending on how they think and feel about an experience or event. Some people for example will become stressed and nervous and may lose their train of thought before public speaking, or an exam and others will be confident and sail through the process. And the difference is, the latter has a clear goal and intention in their mind and proceeds with determination. 

 Mind movies are a great visualisation resource to help you achieve your goals with a clear intention and a mental and emotional rehearsal of your desired outcome, giving you the opportunity to take the steps necessary for your future success. Therefore, like a computer, people can learn to reprogram their subconscious mind to be able to do things that they may not have previously been able to do.