How NLP Works
How NLP Work ?
Modeling, action, and effective communication are key elements of neuro-linguistic programming. The belief is that if an individual can understand how another person accomplishes a task, the process may be copied and communicated to others so they too can accomplish the task.
NLP practitioners believe there are natural hierarchies of learning
Proponents of neuro-linguistic programming propose that everyone has a personal map of reality. Those who practice NLP analyze their own and other perspectives to create a systematic overview of one situation. By understanding a range of perspectives, the NLP user gains information. Advocates of this school of thought believe the senses are vital for processing available information and that the body and mind influence each other.
1. Purpose and spirituality
This can be involvement in something larger than oneself, such as religion, ethics, or another system. This is the highest level of change.
Identity is the person you perceive yourself to be and includes your responsibilities and the roles you play in life.
3. Beliefs and values
These are your personal belief system and the issues that matter to you.
4. Capabilities and skills
These are your abilities and what you can do.
Your environment is your context or setting, including any other people around you. This is the lowest level of change.