by Stacey Lane
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a behavioral system that explores how you think and feel about the world that we subjectively experience. NLP can influence the brain (the “neuro” part of the reference), through language, (the “linguistic part), and assist in “recoding” and responding, hence, the “programming.” Clients report that with a new awareness, it enables them to manifest new and better-serving behaviors. In my practice, at times, I also incorporate hypnosis to help achieve the change that is wanted.
With new attitudes, we can achieve self-improvement, management and elimination of fears and more. NLP gives us the ability to choose our mental, emotional and physical states of being. Believing change is possible heads you down the pathway to your goal. Reframing and motivation strategies are powerful tools in the process. Using NLP provides us more conscious choice over what we do, and the way we behave. NLP can help you personally and professionally live the life you really deserve and reach those goals that used to seem impossible.
Good health is a state of physical and mental well-being. Our thoughts and feelings affect our physical health. Mind and body influence each other. Anything that occurs in one part of the system will affect other parts. A significant body of scientific work shows that one influences the other and provides further evidence proving that certain emotional states can lead to chronic illness (dis-ease).
People already have all the resources they need to make any change they want. All behaviors are achievements, whether they produce the result wanted, expected or not. There is a solution, a desirable outcome for every problem.
If you are struggling with everyday life, facing some difficult choices, are looking to make changes for the better, both NLP and Hypnotherapy may be vital options for you.
Want to know more about what’s possible with your healing or how NLP can help with the correct mindset for your healing journey? Call for more information today! 602-367-6748, LaneTherapy.com.