3 Reasons NLP And Energy Psychology Can’t Be Enemies

Heard Of NLP And Energy Psychology?
Wonder Why These Two Mental Emotional Health Models Actually Make Great Allies?

NLP and Energy Psychology offer practitioners new options to fill the increasing demand for accelerated behavioral change.

Today’s mental and emotional health considerations bring new challenges – resulting in the demand for more short term engagement resulting in greater long term results.

Our fast paced world is forcing all of us to move faster, be quicker on our feet, and stay focused on innovation and what’s next, just to keep up – even if we’re wise enough to know it’s not smart, healthy, or wise.

NLP & Energy Psychology:
New Skill Sets For New & Changing Times

Beliefs about our capabilities, possibilities, sense of identity, and emerging spiritual realities are both expanding and contracting, creating a stronger sense of conflict and fear.

These shifts are forcing today’s mental and emotional health practitioner to move more efficiently and effectively.  To me, that means working at a new and deeper level with both conscious awareness and acceptance.

That deeper level is the unconscious mind.  This moves us past ‘just talk’ to ‘talk from a different angle’.

NLP has been said to revitalize the power
of traditional talk therapy. 

Shifting external forces are combining with the reactivity of confused & frightened internal forces (thoughts & feelings). Together, these continue to shape and reshape our expectations and sense of direction individually and globally.

This creates a fast paced pressure to create a better world (and save the one we have). People simply don’t have the time, money, or energy to invest in long term and expensive therapy.

People want their desired changes to happen fast! today! now!
and preferably yesterday!

People want their brain to be on the same page as their desires.  Limiting beliefs & fears can make that impossible. Unless …

the desired outcome is coded into the brain as a better option than the old unwanted limited beliefs that limit capabilities, possibility, and sense of self.  Here’s how NLP and Energy Psychology come to the rescue.

The Three Reasons

There are three reasons why these two models of mental emotional health can be of great value to you as a coach or consultant. And this applies whether you work with any individuals, teams, or businesses.


ONE:
Limiting beliefs are the cause of more problems than the average person imagines.  NLP technology can pinpoint these beliefs very specifically and quickly. This saves your client valuable time, while freeing them from the burden of unnecessary anxiety & stress.

                              Core beliefs  are those beliefs that are effecting everything .
                         These are most often at the root of most issues. NLP has the tools
to quickly & easily identify these beliefs. 

BUT … more importantly NLP trains it’s practitioners in the art of communicating with the hidden unconscious mind .  This is critical. Why?

Because it is the unconscious mind that has the power to accept or veto any new behavior, belief, or sense of self.

Having the skill to get the client’s unconscious mind on your side means faster and more lasting change. And this usually results in more clarity, and access to inner guidance for your client.


TWO:
People are very hesitant to share an idea they intellectually KNOW is not true, but is ruling their behavior anyway. What holds these limiting ideas in place even though you absolutely KNOW they are limiting, stupid, and self-sabotaging your goals?

It is the heightened emotional charge on these kind of constricting ideas
that hold the limitations in place.

Energy Psychology zeros in on those now identified limiting beliefs your clients intellectually KNOW are not true, but FEEL true anyway.

These tools can then radically reduce the heightened emotional charge holding the constriction and limitation in place.

Energy Psychology tools can shift how the limiting belief FEELS in the body.  And this shifts the client’s relationship to that belief. It’s no long a truth. The reduction of the emotional charge has reshaped it into just an idea they used to believe, but now seems almost irrelevant.

Most EP tools seem counter intuitive to the client.  But if you have the power of rapport on your side (established  through communicating with the unconscious mind) , most are quite willing to follow your guidance and engage in an EP process.


THREE:
NLP
can then take the new belief the client wanted to replace the old one and create a new neurological coding in the brain. This will cause the brain to fire off the better option and flow right past the coding that used to fire the old unwanted belief.

The human process will ALWAYS choose the best option available. 

If this is true, the quest for change means creating more and better options for response.

And creating them as quickly and efficiently as possible with the most lasting results.

This is why i’ts time for NLP and Energy Psychology to partner up and become the most common skill-set in everyone’s tool kit offering accelerated behavioral change.


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