Neurolinguistic programming (NLP)

Neurolinguistic programming (NLP)

Neuro-Linguistic Programming comes in the early 70's as a result of researchers' work: R. And J. Bandler Grinder. NLP is the result of discovering how change occurs in the structure of human experience, through observation and modeling of three therapists, who obtained changes in the process of their customers quickly and efficiently. These therapists were Milton Erickson (hypnotherapist), Virginia Satir (family therapist) and Fritz Perls (creator of therapy Gestald).

Training in NLP gives us tools to develop skills of observation and generate resources and flexibility in the field of communication, behavior and beliefs that allow us to think, communicate and act effectively in the world. Training is recommended for anyone who wants to understand and experience in the field of human communication, and provides a very suitable set of tools for therapists, psychologists, teachers, educators, managers and teams.

In short, is a methodology to facilitate change, so, being aware of our current state, let us experience what seems to us as the desired state.

The concept of change is linked to the concept of time. The proposal is to manage it best at the three basic timeline: past, present, future. And knowing that we run the risk of being prisoners of any of these stages. There are people who worship the past, longing for a paradise lost.

Others see the future as the promised land, there are only worried about the present, find it difficult to learn from the past and devise some measure for the future.

Using NLP you can redefine and change the interpretation we give to past experiences and turn them into resources stressful for the future.
NLP also provides resources to design professional and personal goals that are in harmony with ourselves and with our environment.
And as this is concerned, the continued practice of these tools sharpens perceptual sensitivity of one's performance. Information that helps us to see if what we live closer or further away than we want to live.