Neuro Linguistic Programming  is founded on the belief that there is a connection between neurological processes, language, and patterns of behavior that have been learned through experience. It suggests that these can be changed to achieve specific goals in life.

Here are the key components of NLP:

  1. Neurological Processes (Neuro): This refers to how our mind and body interact. NLP explores the ways in which our sensory experiences (sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell) shape our mental and emotional states.
  2. Language (Linguistic): Language is a powerful tool for communication, and NLP emphasizes the impact of language on our thoughts and behaviors. It explores how the words we use can influence our perception and experience of the world.
  3. Programming: This refers to the patterns of behavior that we learn through experience. NLP suggests that by understanding and changing these patterns, individuals can achieve specific goals and improve their overall well-being.

NLP techniques are often used for personal development, communication skills, overcoming phobias, improving relationships, and achieving success in various aspects of life. Practitioners of NLP may use a range of methods, including visualization, anchoring (associating a specific feeling or state with a particular stimulus), and reframing (changing the way an experience is mentally represented)