Are there gaps in your life that you are trying to fill?
When we speak to people, sometimes we notice that there are things that are of high importance to them – often things that they haven’t got and are striving to get.
And maybe we notice them in our self – certainly I have recently been striving for support and people that I can open up to. This is probably a function of my husbands poor memory and COVID, but it’s been there for ages. It’s a pattern and it get’s triggered. Being an NLP Master Trainer, I’m very interested in it.
We can notice
- The gap that we are trying to fill
- The triggers that set off an emotional response to it
- The patterns that we then run
Watch the video and then answer the questions for yourself:
Here are the questions and possible answers:
- What are you best at? Starting things, Changing things or Stopping things?
- What are you worst at? Starting things, Changing things or Stopping things?
If you are worst at starting things, ask yourself: Who are you not being that you want to be?
If you are worst at changing things, ask yourself: What are you not doing that you want to do?
If you are worst at stopping things, ask yourself: What do you not have that you want to have?
Notice if any of the answers to these questions bring up emotions for you. Also ask yourself if this is something that tends to affect your life across all segments?
Is it of High Importance
If so, ask yourself if this is something that you can solve yourself. If not , then get in touch as there are many NLP techniques that we can use to help you to get rid of the gap that brings up these emotions.
Get in touch if you need help and access a free session
Also get in touch if you want to help other people to solve these challenges and reactions by Learning NLP Skills
Until next week, have fun with the questions,
Dr Bridget – here to help