Liberating the Intrepid in you

We live in a world of deception. What we think to be is true is not all that it is. What we see and foresee to be false may, at times, be the truth that we are afraid of knowing.

Various interpretations, clouded preconceived notions and false aspirations fill the void of emptiness as we strive to make the most out of what we think we have.

Limited as we are, we believe in what we see, hear, feel, taste and smell without intentions of going beyond the usual. We are afraid of the things that lie ahead. We are terrified to go out of our comfort zones and be confronted with situations beyond our grasp. As far as Theodore Roosevelt is concerned, “There is nothing to fear but fear itself.” Indeed true.

The ability to forego unwanted emotions and beliefs proves to be the hardest part of human life. As far as recognition and acknowledgement is concerned, we dissociate ourselves from the fact that negativity influences us in dealing with life in general. We are afraid of committing mistakes and failing. For us, there is no other way but up.

In Neuro Linguistic Programming or NLP, it seeks to empower the negative void in our system and convert all the negativity into something productive and positive that would prove beneficial to the development of an individual. The interplay of neurological activities and linguistics coupled with the right training could hone an individual to be the best that he can be.

NLP seeks to bridge the gap between what we perceive to be true and what is really the truth. It takes more than courage and discipline to come face to face with your fear.

Getting past your fear and taking the initiative to act upon it shows your readiness to close a previous chapter and start a new one.

Ergo, there really is no such thing as failure, only delayed success. Learn to let go and embrace today for a brighter tomorrow. 

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About nlpcoachingaustralia

I am a passionate student of philosophy and enjoys exploring the many facets of life. I take pleasure in reading a good book while sipping his cup of coffee.
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