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Posted by: joan | 2011/01/25

what is this?

What is behaviour modification, simply put? It sounds interesting.

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Neuro Linguistic Programming explores the dynamic between mind (neuro), language (linguistic) and how they effect the body and behaviour (programming). We do this by dealing with the underlying the relationship between patterns of behaviour and the subjective experience. Or our perception of what is real.
We all make sense the world differently. This influences the the way we react to situations and circumstances. For example, rush hour traffic may be a source of stress for one, while it may be an hour of much needed solitude for another. So while the first person experiences the negative effects of stress hormones, the other is benefiting from much needed time out. It all comes down to perception.
Understanding our perceptions, where they originated, as well as our triggers, we can begin to create choices where they once never existed. Most stress reactions, un-resourceful behaviour, habits and patters of action are a result of a perceived lack of choice.

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Posted by: Behaviour modification | 2011/01/26

Neuro Linguistic Programming explores the dynamic between mind (neuro), language (linguistic) and how they effect the body and behaviour (programming). We do this by dealing with the underlying the relationship between patterns of behaviour and the subjective experience. Or our perception of what is real.
We all make sense the world differently. This influences the the way we react to situations and circumstances. For example, rush hour traffic may be a source of stress for one, while it may be an hour of much needed solitude for another. So while the first person experiences the negative effects of stress hormones, the other is benefiting from much needed time out. It all comes down to perception.
Understanding our perceptions, where they originated, as well as our triggers, we can begin to create choices where they once never existed. Most stress reactions, un-resourceful behaviour, habits and patters of action are a result of a perceived lack of choice.

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