The self care practice, NLP can be vital for Fibromyalgia Symptom Treatment. NLP, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, helps you look into an ever-shifting inner world, allowing you to understand the way you think and feel. When it sincerely practiced, NLP can be a valuable fibromyalgia treatment, helping you get rid of underlying emotional issues that contribute to fibromyalgia symptoms.
NLP has practical and effective tools designed to change unwanted behaviors and beliefs, to help you achieve personal excellence and improve any area of your life. NLP can help you understand the startling differences of “reality” among humans, which can be effective for some patients in the FIBROMYALGIA symptom treatment process. NLP systematically explores, describes, and teaches patterns of human perception and information processing, behavior, and communication, helping to eliminate those that get in your way and strengthen those that move you toward excellence and overall wellness.
The basic premise of NLP is that the words we use reflect our inner, subconscious perception of our problems. If these words and perceptions are inaccurate, as long as we continue to use them and to think of them, the underlying problem will persist. In other words, our attitudes are, in a sense, a self-fulfilling prophecy.
What is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)?
Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a powerful body of information about how the human mind works. It has been developing since the 1970′s and continues to evolve through new research.
At the heart of NLP is a wide range of methods and models it offers for understanding how people think, behave and change. It offers a flexible approach which brings about positive, fast change in individuals, empowering them to adapt to an ever-shifting inner world. NLP training provides the skills to define and achieve your goals with a heightened awareness of the five senses, allowing you to remain flexible, on track and maintain rapport with those around you.
How Did NLP Develop?
Neuro-Linguistic Programming was first defined by Dr Richard Bandler (a Mathematician) and John Grinder (an Associate Professor of Linguistics) who were working together at the University of California, Santa Cruz in the early l970′s. NLP was defined during a time of rapid developments in the humanities field. They asked the important question, “What is it that makes the difference between somebody who is merely competent and someone who excels at the same skill?”
It just so happens that three people they chose to model were the outstanding therapists, Fritz Perls (Gestalt Therapy), Virginia Satir (Family Therapy), and Milton Erickson (world-renowned psychiatrist who gave his name to a form of hypnosis). Later, Richard Bandler, John Grinder, and their colleagues investigated the area of good health and asked, “What is it that makes the difference between someone who spontaneously recovers from an illness or poor mental condition and someone who remains unwell?”
The field continues to develop and diversify. There are now training centres and universities around the world teaching NLP skills.
How Does NLP Work?
Have you ever done something so elegantly and effectively that it took your breath away? Have you had times where you were delighted at what you did and wondered how you did it? NLP shows you how to understand and model your own successes, so that you can reproduce them. It is a way of discovering and unfolding your personal genius, a way of bringing out the best in yourself and others.
NLP is the study of excellence. It is the study of both the conscious and unconscious processes that combine to enable people to do what they do. The key to success is often unknown at a conscious level. Using NLP you can elicit these unknown pieces.
You may want to improve your relationships, or eliminate a disease like Fibromyalgia Syndrome, or become more competitive in the market place. The key pieces are not found in the muscles, but in your inner thoughts, like words or pictures, or feelings or even beliefs. Once you know these unknown pieces you can change them. NLP exercises are like thought experiments, mental exercises or a game. The laboratory is your mind.
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