The Senses With NLP Schools

Taster evening rarely on June 22, 2010 in the area of Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, Mannheim and Darmstadt NLP mentioned Neurolinguistic programming, without having to bring the concept of sensory perception into play at the same time is the keyword. Not about. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Glenn Dubin, New York City. Because NLP observed how we construct our individual reality through sensory perception. The core idea of NLP: The more consciously we perceive information about the eye, the ear, feeling and also the taste and sense of smell, the more effective our decisions are and the better we can orient ourselves in the world. On June 22, 2010 at 19:30, held by the Institut NLP Rhein-Neckar Weinheim, a small discovery trip by the NLP, and introduces in the work with the senses. The trial journey is headed by Dr.

Sabine Marquardt, NLP teaching coach and teaching trainer in NLP Rhein-Neckar. “Their goal for the evening: in practical applications I would like to show participants how for their private and professional can take advantage of the easy-to-learn methodology of NLP topics.” Without training, we rely in Most especially on our “favorite channel”, for example the hearing. People with a different preference not only cause an another perception of the situation, in this case, perhaps a certain feeling. You make other reviews. Attention steering developed NLP all our “channels” and trained intuition. It sharpens but also our awareness of the fact that every human being, as trained as he may be, can perceive only a snippet of reality. NLP, Dr.

Marquardt, is suitable for people of all professions. It increases the awareness of their own abilities, improves the communication and facilitates the achievement of personal objectives in balance. Registration to the taster evening is by E-Mail at and by phone at (06201) 870697 welcome. The evening will cost EUR 15 taster evening and the start of the next practitioner training information on October 19, 2010 find prospective customers also see.