The Field of Neuro-Linguistics: How We Are Getting These Amazing Results

The field of Neuro-Linguistics (and those models which have evolved from it) studies the way people take information in, how they interpret or describe the information to themselves using their senses, filter it through their values and beliefs, and act on the result.

There is the person and then there is his description of the world. Neuro-Linguistic method studies the relationship between the two, then uses the understanding of how the information is coded and stored to determine our responses to everything. Every item of information, memory, feeling or experience can be traced, explored, understood and, when appropriate, changed to the coding we prefer, thereby changing the response.

We can change how we communicate internally and with others, consciously and subconsciously. We can actually replace any old, limiting and no longer useful beliefs and behaviors with new and successful responses for well-being, health and achievement.

After a lots of practice, anything a person does well has become automatic. Expert abilities begin in the conscious mind where every movement has to be thought about and considered. As expertise is gained, each of the components involved in using the "new" skill move into the subconscious and are then automatically run from there.

Remember the first time you drove a car? You probably had to remember every movement, think how and where to do it, then actually do it. If you are still driving, we certainly hope that all the movements are now done without thinking (or you will be very nervous in the driver’s seat)!

In Neuro-Linguistics, much of the focus is on the relationships between the parts of the system within an individual. By observing these parts in a system and how they relate to each other we reveal the important values driving the system.

If you value thrift over fun, your spare-time behavior will reflect that value. If you value great experience more highly than you value money, you will spend more of your money accordingly; creating "great" adventures.

If you are an excellent driver but not a very good public speaker, knowing your emotional state when you are driving allows you to model yourself, get your driving state, then stay in that "driving state" while you're out there making your speech!

You can consistently repeat your most successful responses and behaviors by moving them around from one place to another. YOU OWN YOUR RESOURCES so you can use them whenever and wherever you want. Let your freedom from debilitating fear ring!

Your own specific resource can be identified and then easily transferred from one context to another. You can replace a state of anxiety with a state of curiosity, immediately.

This field we call Maximum Achievement provides the means for isolating skills, capabilities and behaviors from their usual contexts. We can study them, interpret them and even transfer them from one person to another. You can model the successes of other people and incorporate their strategies and abilities into your own life.

We have developed processes to help identify and change subconscious limiting beliefs. First, find out the beliefs about yourself (specific, individual beliefs, not religious or ethical beliefs) and change those that relate to an unsuccessful or uncomfortable area. The belief change is often all you need to achieve success in that area of your life that used to be difficult.

"What you believe, you receive." We absolutely believe that positive change always comes from adding resources. You learn ways of approaching difficulties by adding the resources needed to identify and achieve desired outcomes.

A significant contribution of Neuro-Linguistics has been the identification of the representational systems: seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting and smelling, or the internal re-presentation of information that first entered the system through one or more of the five senses. We re-present the world and its events to ourselves in mental images, internal sound tracks and feelings.

Seeing, hearing, sensation, taste and smell are the paths through which each person’s re-presentations of reality are coded and understood. Usually all five representational systems are in use at all times, but people are generally aware of using only one or two at once.

 Each representational system (rep system) can be divided into its elements to present a very clear model of how people create their reality and also their responses to it.

Some of the elements of the visual representational system include color, movement, brightness and size.

The hearing system includes content, volume and location.

The kinesthetic (feeling or sensation) is re-presented in emotional "feelings" ... including the location, the intensity and the quality, as well as the physical sensations of texture, pressure and temperature.

The value of the identification of this design is that once we know how we create our perceived reality, we can change those perceptions that we don't like. The painful or just plain not useful ones, are easily changed into a more pleasant perception and therefore a more pleasing reality.

The Neuro-Linguistic (and our area) of study is distinct, not part of any other discipline. Like most developments, it has grown out of cross-disciplinary collaboration. Its early development was influenced by linguistics, mathematics, cybernetics, anthropology, and computer science. The most recent developments exclusive to our MAP models, have come from chiropractic, kinesiology, and higher consciousness philosophies.

 Now we can easily bring about quick and effective changes .... at will.


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