From that Angle
by John G. Johnson
Sadly, most don't; instead, they convince themselves it's better to "sing the verse" as others do, - which is to settle. This habitual acceptance without a challenge eventually morphs into beliefs about what they think is and isn't achievable in the world... within themselves... and the one they physically inhabit. This leads to unfulfilled potential and frustrated lives. Beliefs liberate or bind the mind.
We don't have to be bound by, personal, social or cultural expectations, or accept what has been established as the norm. This is "controversial" to some, according to their definition of that word and their lived experiences... And is NLP controversial? The technology moves contra, against the accepted status -quo, and the verse, the rhythm accepted by most about what's possible. NLP does not treat persons as a statistic. Instead, it respects each person as they are - a unique stand-alone individual possessing distinct strengths and unrecognized abilities. These (strengths and unrecognized abilities) are what NLP puts to use.
Strategies to organize our internal resources, to access alternative ways and levels of thinking, so we thrive are available; yours to for the taking. NLP's methods and approaches give the user conscious control to do these. Phobias, traumas can be a thing of the past. Clarity of mind so thoughts become focused and motivating goals are achieved. Increased physical and mental performance, and so much more are all obtainable. Persons curious enough to defy the obvious have creatively applied NLP's techniques and strategies in various domains and professions: Sports, education, creative arts, personal performance business, science, counseling... If the will to change, to flow "against the rhythm of expectations" exists then there will no longer be the mind that restrains it.
Quotes from two poets and a theoretical physicist (Pindar, William Blake, David Bohm), when stitched together, sum things up:"...'do not aspire to immortal life, but exhaust the limits of the possible!'...'If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as is, infinite! For man has closed himself up, 'till he sees all things through narrow chinks of his cavern'...' The ability to perceive or think differently is more important than the knowledge gained!'...”
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