George Pegios- What is NLP? Neurolinguistic Programming is a discipline that tries to explain how our brain works and define its mental patterns, facilitating our knowledge of ourselves and allowing us to change them using certain techniques with the aim of optimizing our communication capacity.

By learning how we process information, we can discover our patterns and change them with certain specific techniques, such as visualization, reframing, timeline, history change, etc.

Through Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), we become aware of language and the importance of its proper use. It gives us the key to communicate effectively in our personal relationships, and it also helps us break our limitations and achieve profound and lasting changes in us.

Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) is a dynamic model that tries to explain how the human brain works and how we process the information that comes to us from the world around us. With neurolinguistic programming we discover how the human being communicates with himself and with his environment.

In this way, by learning how we process information, we can discover our patterns and change them with certain specific techniques, such as visualization, reframing, the timeline, changing history, etc.

ORIGIN OF PNL Through this research, they began to systematize similar mental patterns and identified, in that group of people, patterns of excellence so that they could be used by anyone else and thus obtain similar results.

This discipline was called Neurolinguistic Programming for the following reasons:

Programming: for mathematics and cybernetics, because we are programmed by our memories and learning, by our experiences and beliefs. We have mental programs and behavior patterns. Neuro: by neurology, because we can deactivate these programs executed by neural networks and activate other more positive programs. Linguistics: due to the importance of the use of language and its linguistic metamodels (a system of questions that allow for a deeper understanding of the person and their patterns).

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