NLP is an acronym referring to the Neurolinguistic programming which is a concept created from the study of everyday and different mental processes that have to do directly with use and ideal use of language as a social, mental act and recognition against human perception. The basic premise of NLP is that the words we use in our common interact communicational reflect an inner perception, the subconscious of our problems. If these words and perceptions are inaccurate, provided we continue using them and thinking about them, the underlying problem will continue to exist. In other words, our attitudes are, in a sense, a self-fulfilling prophecy. Neuro-linguistic programming concept was developed in the early 1970s by an information scientist and a linguist from the University of California at Santa Cruz. They had observed that people with similar education, training, background, and years of work experience were achieving results very variable ranging from wonderful to mediocre. They wanted to know the secrets of others. What makes them act and accomplish things.
They were especially interested in the possibility of being able to repeat the behavior, and therefore the competition, these highly effective people. Both scholars began to study how successful people communicate (verbal language, body language, eye movements, and other). To model their behavior, John Grinder and Richard Bandler (the creators of this science of study) were able to distinguish patterns of thinking that helped in the success of the research. The two created the theory that the brain can learn patterns and healthy behaviors and that brings positive physical and emotional effects. What emerged from their work came to be known as neuro-linguistic programming.
At present, it has been both the success of this theory you can find therapists specializing in neuro-linguistic programming. The Neurolinguistic therapist will analyze each Word and every phrase used to describe symptoms or concerns about health or the psychological state of a patient, all thanks to NLP techniques. He or she will examine your facial expressions and body movements. After determining problems in their perception, the therapist will help you understand the root of the problems. The therapist will help you remodel your thoughts and mental associations in order to solve their preconceived notions. These preconceived notions can be that prevented someone to achieve the success that you deserve.