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This Newcastle NLP Practitioner training is easily accessible from Darlington, Durham, Teesside and even Scotland. A transformative and life changing experience for you over six months from January 2013 to June 2013 and all for the best NLP Practitioner training value in the UK at only £595.
“This has been a real experience for me! In a good way! I’ve been on a journey with a wonderful group of people, some of whom I will remain friends with for life.” – Nia Haynes
Why might it be the right time for you to learn Neuro Linguistic Programming in Newcastle?
You have probably heard the teaching story about the frog being slowly boiled in a pot of water. The story goes, that if the water is heated slowly enough, the frog will not notice the increasing temperature difference and will sit, boiling, happily, until it dies. Fortunately we evolving human beings are not frogs yet we all can fail to respond to ‘wake up’ messages that can really change our life very often because we have habituated as the proverbial frog in the pot of slowly boiling water.
In 1991 the Soviet Union was affectively dissolved by Mikhail Gorbachev. Before the dissolution, Gorbachev was responsible for a series of inspirational and transformative reforms the Soviet people experienced new and gratefully received freedoms which the people of the Western world had experienced for many decades and to some extent perceived as normal. In 1986 Perestroika, a series of democratic initiatives paved the way to Glasnost, ushering in a new era of freedom of speech where the world felt safer, more open and a great deal fairer.
Because it is possible to have a more real, enjoyable and full experience of life before death!
Using NLP, you can rapidly start to have much more control and influence over your own brain, emotions and interactions with both yourself and others. NLP is one way among many, that you can access to transform your own attitudes, outlooks and general sense of wellbeing. Of course with integrity not every one will benefit in the same way using NLP. You have to engage fully in this experiential training. NLP is best utilised by adopting an attitude of experimentation and being willing to explore and try on new ideas and experiences.
“My learning from the course has provided an invaluable opportunity for personal & professional development which has supported me through some major changes in my life.” – Jeanine Main, HR Consultant
When Gorbachev introduced a whole new range of freedoms for the people of the Soviet Union, not every one adopted the new ways. Many did and their life and freedoms greatly improved. But you may remember that the deposed military leaders, ousted from their power base attempted a coup. The coup was intentioned to take the peoples freedom back and and the old and traditional ways. The traditionally repressed, downtrodden and reserved Soviet people in 1991 quite unexpectedly took to the streets and with three days of protests ( riots ) has affected enough political leverage that Gorbachev was re-instated and the coup leaders were deposed.
The lesson is that once freedoms have been tasted and experienced it is very very difficult to take them back. An analogy is the taking of the Blue or Red pill in the film The Matrix.
Our world history has taught us again and again that people will take huge actions to safe guard their own emotional and psychological wellbeing when they have tasted freedoms they have never had before. It is different, just like a boiling frog, when the changes ( negative or positive ) are drip fed. Those kind of changes are more pervasive and more difficult to detect.
Just imagine if in 2008, when the financial crisis was highlighted, that the then governments of the world ( assuming they knew, if they didn’t really worry! ) had been much more honest about the actual affects on us all of how a very much greed and profit driven culture would literally bleed a huge portion of the world. Now, imagine, if in 2008, we were told how it would actually be at the end of 2012 and moving into 2013.
So why chose to learn NLP?
Most of us have felt the environmental and emotional affects but here is the very useful aspect of NLP you may well be looking for. NLP offers procedures and techniques that through practice, for the vast majority of people who are willing to and wanting to turn your life into something more a a wakening. Learning to have greater influence and control in your own responses, flexible attitudes with greater emotional resilience will almost certainly increase your quality of life.
“Get ready for a journey. This course is life changing. You learn so much. Before I joined this course I had worked in learning & development for 6 years and thought I had a full toolkit. How my mind has been opened & my toolkit increased.” – Neil Black, Learning & Development Manager
It is very important almost essential that you will connect with your training facilitator. All facilitators have differing styles and personalities so you can get a sense of your NLP Training facilitator Nigel Hetherington with more than 100 NLP and Hypnosis video’s here on YouTube.
There are currently eight places still available for the 18 day 2013 NLP Practitioner Training. Click here for fuller details of this NLP Practitioner training from January – June 2013
18 days training : Friday-Sunday once per month :
Booking before January 2013 means
Exceptional value just £595 : 18 days training
Currently 22 FULLY BOOKED
Secure your place with a non returnable £150 deposit
Call 0770 481 8467 for January 2013 waiting list
Training is held in the wonderful and naturalistic Jesmond Dene in the heart of Newcastle at the purpose built Jesmond Dene Conference centre. NLP Practitioner training is 18 days over six months from January to June. This training is Friday-Sunday once per month. There will be alternative shorter training throughout the year for those of us who simply can’t make weekends or have to work within the school holidays. Next 9 day NLP Practitioner Training April 2013 Newcastle upon Tyne.