NLP and Hypnotherapy at Oscailt
What is NLP?
NLP is the use of a collection of powerful tools and techniques such as meditation, visualisation and hypnotherapy, which can help increase personal effectiveness.
- Neuro: refers to the way our mind and body interact.
- Linguistic: refers to the insights that can be gained into a person’s thinking and behavioural patterns by observing their use of language.
- Programming: refers to the thinking and behaviour patterns which people use in their daily lives, (their programmes). The intention of NLP is to empower the individual to awaken and to fully embody their true potential.
What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnosis is a state of consciousness whereby the subject experiences deep mental and physical relaxation. This state facilitates the subconscious in communicating withconscious mind. Hypnosis allows the subject to focus intensely on a particular memory or thought without distraction. Subjects also become more open to suggestion. Hypnotherapists use hypnosis as a psychotherapeutic tool to address emotional disorders, psychological problems, unwanted feelings and unhelpful habits. It allows a person to draw on the inner resources needed to develop alternatives to ingrained habits of thinking, feeling and behaving. Imagination, story telling, metaphor, symbolism and direct suggestions are all used to aid beneficial change.