Wednesday, March 28, 2012

How Can NLP Help You ?

Your Partner In Spiritual & Personal Growth

Dear Friends,

Dr. Abraham will be conducting the NLP Level 1 & 2 Certification Program from in Delhi. Its a great opportunity.

How can NLP help me?

From anxiety to phobias, allergies to intimacy, NLP can help dissolve the barriers that keep you from achieving your dreams.

NLP is a model of how the mind works. Not the brain - the mind. Since we know how the mind works, we can use that information to help people make deep, significant changes fairly rapidly.

NLP is a set of powerful tools for helping you change the patterns of your thinking and behavior. Here are some of the benefits NLP can provide:

Calm anxieties and be confident

Create the life you want — unfettered by depression, shyness, anger, rage, jealousy, phobias, allergies, traumatic memories

Clarify your goals, create a compelling future

Dissolve barriers that have kept you from achieving your dreams

Enrich communication in all your relationships — with family, friends, significant others

Heal the shame, grief, or guilt that binds you
Improve relationships, self-esteem, health, athletic performance, relaxation, sleep

Increase motivation and energy

Learn healthy eating habits

Overcome learning difficulties, math anxiety, test anxiety, ADD/ADHD, improve spelling and math
Recover from codependency, addictions, compulsions — smoking, food, gambling, sex, alcohol, and others

Release stress, tension, anxiety, headaches, migraines

Stop smoking, lose weight

Vaporize negative self-talk

Call 9818181991 and book your seat for this week end.

Be blessed

Sandeep Goswamy

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