Neuro Linguistic Programming Definition

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP): Neuro-linguistic programming" (NLP) is a field concerned with studying and modeling human performance and excellence, and attempts to build transferable skill sets. It is based on the assumption that the unconscious mind might be "programmed" like a computer through the use of language, as well as through images, sounds, and other sensory input. Developed by Dr. John Grinder and Richard Bandler, NLP involves a process by which you are guided to review your current thought behavior and linguistic patterns. Determining what personal patterns have been developed and removing self-induced limits allows new levels of awareness and personal effectiveness to be achieved while also focusing on behavioral traits and bad habits. Treatment provides the patient with verbal instructions to reverse the trends.

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