Brain training for health and happiness
– NLP creates fast and lasting change in your life
Have you ever made a conscious decision to change a thought, feeling or behaviour, only to find yourself doing the same thing again and again? Have you ever thought, or even been told, that “This is just who I am, this is part of my identity”? It doesn’t have to be so – you can make lasting change, easily, and be exactly who and what you want to be.
NLP is an effective way of creating rapid and lasting change – usually no more than between 3 to 6 sessions are required to completely resolve even the most long-standing issues.
One-to-one coaching with NLP uses simple and effective techniques to create fast and lasting change in your life. One of the main reasons this type of therapy works so well is that it focuses on the structure of your issues and experiences, rather than on how or why something happened. By understanding the structure, we can destabilise it and train your brain to do something different.
Does that sound complicated? It’s not; it’s actually very simple, and fast! With NLP you can begin to see new solutions and possibilities that may have been unimaginable before, and usually no more than between three to six sessions are required to completely resolve even the most long-standing issues.
One of the key things that keep people from making lasting change is the beliefs they have about what is possible for them. This can be beliefs around health, happiness, self-worth or intelligence. The problem is that many of the beliefs we have were acquired when we were very young, and they have remained stored in our unconscious and are recycled over and over. The other problem is that people become very attached to their beliefs and mistake them for truths. NLP is an effective way of creating rapid and lasting change, so that you can update your behaviours and beliefs and move forward with your life.
What is Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)?
How our brains and our minds work and interact.
How language affects our brains and our minds.
How we can change our patterns of behaviour.