Neuro-linguistic Programming For Dummies
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Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) shows you that the meaning you attribute to an experience is dependent on the way you unconsciously code the pictures, sounds, and feelings associated with that experience.

You can discharge the negative impact of a past event by changing the coding of the mental pictures, sounds, and feelings that are evoked when you think about it. For example, to change its effect, you can make pictures brighter or less colourful and sounds louder or more muted. If you become conscious of where a particular feeling is located in your body, you can move it somewhere else.

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Nancy C. Muir is the owner of a writing and consulting company that specializes in business and technology topics. She has authored more than 100 books, including Laptops For Seniors For Dummies and iPhone For Seniors For Dummies. Nancy holds a certificate in Distance Learning Design and has taught Internet safety and technical writing at the college level.

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