There are certain aspects of ourselves, no matter who we are, that we would like to change. Often we seek solutions that barely scratch the surface of the problem, and the very core of the issue goes unchanged.
Often we seek solutions that barely scratch the surface of the problem, and the very core of the issue goes unchanged. Weight loss, smoking and many habits can fall under this scenario. Our goals get sabotaged because we aren’t aligned on the inside.
What is NLP Core Transformation?
NLP’s Core Transformation Technique is a way to find the deepest, most real reason we are engaging in a negative behavior, which is always driven by a positive intention, and project it throughout the step-by-step subconscious process that happens as we engage in this negative behavior, so that we change the way that we initiate the intention.
Doing this will bring forth a positive action to create the positive intention, and rid your life of the negative action once and for all. As you can imagine, it is a powerful tool.
Learning this will give you the power to completely take hold of your life in a way that is not only beneficial to you, but to everyone around you. You will learn how to manage your actions in a healthy manner, and fulfilling your deepest intentions in the most positive and complete way possible. Doing so will rid your life of the negative aspects that give you anxiety, leaving you with a sense of peace that you never knew possible.
My Personal Experience with NLP Core Transformation
In my life, I have wanted to rid myself of smoking for quite some time, but have found the addiction to be far more powerful than I ever could have imagined. The positive intention of this action is to rid my life of stress, which coming into true adulthood (i.e. parenthood and marriage) has given me.
The gift of this tool has given me the insight to see my absolute true intention, which is the desire for true peace, and go about achieving that in a different way. Though the physical addiction was tough and took some extra effort to get over, the fact that I had found other ways to be peaceful in my life made the transition stick once the withdrawals subsided.
I am proud to say that I am no longer a smoker.