Definitions of NLP

Definitions of NLP

Question:

Give some definitions of NLP.

Answer:

Neuro linguistic programming (NLP) studies the structure of subjective experience. That means the experiences we have in our own minds. We think and act based on our Internal representations of the world rather than the world itself.

Once we know how we create and maintain our inner thoughts and feelings, we can change them to something more useful.

Some also describe NLP as software for the brain. We can’t change our operating system, but we can install different programs we run to something more useful or fun.

Neuro

– We experience the world through our neurology how we use our five senses of sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste. Our behaviour comes from this created reality. If we see something as threatening, we act to protect ourselves.

Linguistic

– Language and other non-verbal communication systems (like body language) affects how we perceive ourselves and others.

Programming

– How we organize our thinking and behaviour to get results. The processes we use, such as I have a particular way of getting clean dishes that might be different from yours. We run lots of little programs every day – how we move, talk and think.

See also

Neuro Linguistic Programming – Changing Behavior and Thinking

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