It’s all to do with a part of our unconscious mind, the reticular activating system or RAS. This is like the search engine of your brain. If you’ve started to contemplate a particular idea or thing, then the RAS will alert your attention to examples or near-examples of that thing. If we’ve cogitated enough times or for long enough, then even when we’re relaxing or thinking of something quite different – boom! – our attention is suddenly drawn to the very thing we’ve had in the back of our minds.
Just like a Google search, the RAS will bring up all kinds of matches to your focus. If your focus is fuzzy or, worse, negative, then imagine what that does for you inside your head! An internal service that brings up billions of results bombarding your neurology with more and more negativity. That’s why in NLP, we always advocate focusing on what you want, not the things you don’t want.
Focusing on the positive is not always easy, life does get in the way sometimes! Things do go wrong! With NLP, however, you have a toolkit to get you back on track more swiftly and with stronger emphasis on the good.
This enables you to perform better at work and climb the ladder of success; create better relationships with partners, family, friends and colleagues, become more fulfilled as a person; and achieve what you dream of. To learn this and other techniques, we’re now offering professional certifications (in NLP, Time Line Therapy® and Modern Hypnosis at Practitioner-Coach level, accredited by the ABNLP, TLT™A and ABH). This gives you an insight into the secrets of how you and others think and how to change that thinking. The courses guide you to self-mastery and qualify you to become a practitioner-coach to work with your own clients. www.traceycolenlp.com/nlp-training
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