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The NLP Secret

Welcome to the NLP secret, an audio course that gives you the power to change your behaviour instantly, just by listening and following instructions. Our technique is based on a little known NLP method called the “Physiology of Excellence”. It’s a vital secret that somehow got lost or forgotten about. It’s fast, painless and works almost like magic to change the way you think and act.

Over the years, NLP practitioners learned their craft and went off to “do their thing”, but for some reason, this simple, yet amazing technique went ignore. It’s so critical to everything that NLP stands for that many of the earlier NLP practitioners forgot about it. In fact, it’s hardly mentioned anymore. You won’t find much literature or documentation to support it. In fact, there are virtually no resources available to learn how to apply the technique. It’s never taught in standard NLP courses, and the only people that will share it with you, are the older, leading NLP authority figures that really knows the secret behind NLP. Yet, the NLP secret- The Physiology of Excellence” does exists and it’s probably the most powerful NLP technique ever uncovered.

For the first time ever, we are giving you everything you need to know to gain instant access to the NLP secret. All you need to do is follow the audio course through to completion. We recommend that you go through the course in its entirety, even once. Then, if you need to brush up on one or two points at a later date, you can always return and listen to specific sections at your leisure. This is the same technique that Anthony Robbins uses. Robbins is and NLP master- famous for his motivational workshops and courses. He employs this very secret to achieve quick changes in his clients’ behaviour. Now, this astonishing secret is available to you- courtesy of this audio course.

If you have ever felt shy, nervous, frozen or unable to act for one reason or another, then you need to know this secret. Here is how it works in a nutshell. When you feel self conscious or lack confidence in your ability to do something, these feelings are reflected in the way you hold your body. You hold you head down to the side, your shoulder slouched and your whole body collapses on itself. Some people say that these actions work like defense mechanism…protecting you from the world and shielding your vulnerability. That is true to some extent, but that’s not

what’s really going on. The truth is even simpler than that. Your body reflects how you feel and vice versa. So, if you can control your body, you can control the way you feel. You can turn negative feelings into positive ones, or bad feelings into good ones. We all behave the way we do out of habit. We get use to looking away when we see a pretty girl or a gorgeous man, but it’s not just a habit, and you can easily learn to replace that habit with a different, more productive habit.

Remember habits are not all bad. Take the pianist for example, who is locked away for ten years, with no access to a piano. As soon as he was released, he sat down and played as if he had been practicing the whole time. When asked how he was able to do it, he said “I have been practicing with my hands and my head, but just not with the piano. In other words, he developed the habit of practicing so well, that he could do it on a desk, or a chair without an instrument. It had become a habit that he could carry on, with or without a piano. The same thing happens to professional sports people.

A golfer who hasn’t played for many years, for instance, will still be able to hit the ball sweetly and judge distances accurately. These things become habit and once habits are learned, they can be accessed quickly and easily. We are going to make your control over your body a habit and one that you will be able to duplicate whenever you wish- sounds easy enough doesn’t it?

What are some of the things you might use this technique to help you with? You might be unusually shy and find it difficult to communicate in social situations. Perhaps you see someone across a crowded room and want to approach them but can’t find the courage or confidence to do so. You might lack the self assurance to speak in public, even in front of a small group of people you know. Words fail you. You hesitate or stand there speechless, getting more flustered by the minute. You might find it impossible to stand up and speak for yourself, either in work situation or simply in more common, everyday scenarios. The NLP Secret will help you overcome any and all these things instantly. Almost like magic!

In a few moments we will get started with the exercises. Before that though, spend some time thinking over a particular behaviour that you will like to change. It could be shyness, lack of confidence, low self-esteem, or any other negative feeling that crops up in your life. Take several minutes to think this through.

EXERCISE ONE: Don’t Think, Just Do It!

Make sure you’re sitting comfortably in a chair, and then raise your right arm to about shoulder height. Good! Then lower it again. Well down!

Now, this time, I want you to try and raise your right arm. Don’t actually raise it, just try to raise it. Well, how did you do?

Do you see the difference between trying to do something and actually doing it? Excellent!

I want you to turn your head ever so slowly to the left. I will give you a few seconds to do this. Now relax, brining your head back to where it was.

Now this time, I want you to try and turn your head to the left. Remember don’t actually turn it but simply try to turn it. How did you do this time, have any luck?

You see, it’s impossible to try. You cannot try to throw a ball, you cannot try to speak to somebody and you cannot try to shake your head. As soon as you do whatever it is you’re trying to do, you have started doing it. So, remember, next time you feel like you want to take some action, don’t think about it, don’t try to do it, just do it!

EXERCISE TWO: Body Talk.

Have you thought about the behaviour or activity that you’d like to be better at? Good!

Take another few seconds to remind yourself what that is. Now imagine you’re in this situation once again. There is someone you want to approach, a group you want to speak to or some other action you want to take, but don’t feel able to. Think hard about how not being able to take this action makes you feel. Run it through your mind until the feeling is clear and is real as you can make it. Very good! Keep this feeling in mind as you stand up. See yourself in this situation,

doing the things you normally do when this feeling approaches. What does your body do in this situation? Think about the way you stand, how you hold your head, where your feet are… What about your arms? Imagine how you hold your arms when in this situation. Are they crossed, are they tense, are they by your sides?

Really picture yourself when you’re in that situation and feeling that feeling. Can you imagine it? Now put your body in exactly the shape that it assumes when in that situation. Stand exactly as you stand, placing your feet where they naturally go, your head in the position it assumes, and your arms where ever they feel they want to move to.

How does it feel? Is it uncomfortable? Is your posture bad? Is your head bent to one side? Are your shoulders slouching?

Analyse the way you’re standing. Well done!

Shake yourself loose again, sit back down on your chair, and relax for ten seconds. Fantastic!

As soon as you’re ready, stand up and get yourself in that exact, same uncomfortable position as before. Stand as you did- head, shoulders, feet and arms in the same places- feeling uncomfortable. Very good!

Shake yourself loose, sit down and relax again. In fifteen seconds, you will be ready to move on to the next exercise.

EXERCISE THREE: Turning Negative into Positive.

For this exercise, I want you to remind yourself how it felt when you placed yourself in that uncomfortable position in the second exercise- “Body Talk”. Think about that for a few seconds.

Think about how that position made you feel. Was your head down or to the side? Did your shoulders slouch? What about your arms and legs?

Get a good mental picture of how it felt to stand and hold your body in that way. Well done!

You can feel that uncomfortable sensation coming back…that’s exactly how you should feel! Now, imagine how you would like to feel instead. Let’s turn that negative feeling and body position into a positive one.

Stand up again and force yourself into the uncomfortable position as before. As soon as youre ready, transform your body position so that youre standing up straight, head held high, shoulders back, chest out, looking straight ahead.

Notice what happens to your arms and legs when you move into this positive body position. If it helps, hold your arms up and make a fist, keep your legs firmly planted on the floor so it supports this new body position. Very good!

Shake yourself loose again and sit down. Relax for a few seconds.

Remember what it felt like to move into the positive body position. As soon as you change your posture, you feel better. Your whole personality gets alit and you feel powerful. Keep that wonderful new feeling in your mind for a few seconds. You’re doing –very-- well!

We are going to go to the next exercise shortly, but before we do, let’s just quickly summarise where we are. So far, we have discovered how you stand when you feel shy, insecure or lack confidence. We also know that how you feel get reflected in your body language. The way you sit or stand and how you hold yourself.

Plus, we’ve learned that you can change the ways you feel by changing the way you hold your body. As you progress to the next exercise, keep all these things in mind.

EXERCISE FOUR: Finding Neutral Ground

During this exercise, you should be sitting comfortably in your chair. Think about somewhere you have been that brings pleasant memories to mind. It could be a holiday you enjoyed, a favourite destination or simply a special place you’d like to visit to think or clear your head.

Perhaps you have been to Brazil or Mexico, maybe you live near the sea and that’s your special place, or you might enjoy long walks in the evening air, or weekends camping near the Grand Canyon. Whatever image comes to mind, take a few seconds to give it some thought and really see it in your mind. Have you got it? Good!

Say the name of this special place out loud- three or four times. Well done!

I want you to think about some activity you enjoy doing- one that you look forward to with anticipation. It might be a sport or performance of some kind. It could be a creative activity such as music, painting, or sculpture.

Whatever activity comes to mind, it should be one that you feel confident doing in front of people- one that you are totally secure with and that excites you. Have you got it yet? You’re doing terrific!

Think about how you feel when youre involved in your favourite activity. Feel the joy, confidence and self insurance you posses when you’re busy doing something that your truly enjoy. Take a few seconds to let those feelings build up inside so you can really feel them. Good work!

Now you have two sets of positive feelings you can draw on whenever you need them- one is associated with your special place and the other with your favourite activity or pass time.

The sooner you move to your next exercise, these sets of positive feelings will bring you out of the body positions and into neutral territories- taking your mind off the exercise and helping you to relax. Take a few seconds to remind yourself about them before going on.

EXERCISE FIVE: The NPN Equation: Negative-Positive-Negative

Congratulations on getting this far! In this exercise we are going to bring everything together in a one, two, three formula you can use over and over again to help you with any situation or behaviour. We are going to identify a negative state, move into a positive state and finish off with a neutral one to round off the exercise.

First, we will go through stages one by one, a step at a time, to make sure you have got the hang of it. Then, we will do the same thing but at a much quicker pace, to help you move from negative, to positive, to neutral states quickly and easily.

To being, stand up as before and put yourself into the uncomfortable position again. Strive to make it as realistic as possible and as uncomfortable as you can. Stay in this position until you feel the negative feelings start to swell up inside you. Very good!

Move straight into your positive position, holding your head up, shoulders back and so on, just as before. Again, continue to hold the position until you feel the positive feelings rising up in you.

Shake your body loose and immediately think of either your special place or your favourite past time. Let the positive vibes take over and fill your and body with how good these things make you feel.

Shake loose once more, sit down and relax.

Now we will do the same exercise at a quicker pace, to show you how you can get out of one state and into another, more quickly. When you are ready stand up and get set to continue. Start off in your uncomfortable position- letting the feeling swell up inside.

Change immediately into you positive state- noting the way it makes you feel.

Finally shake loose and think of your positive activity or special place. Did you manage it? It should be easy by now, but if you having any trouble, just go back and do the exercises again later.

And now, let’s do the whole thing once more at an even quicker pace. This time, I will just say the words negative, positiveand neutraland leave you to respond as quickly as you can. Are you ready?

Standing up, ready to go! Ready, set…“negative”…

positive”….

“neutral”. Nice work!

Now shake loose, sit down and relax. Take about fifteen seconds to unwind and think about everything you have achieved so far before moving on.

Summary and Conclusion

Congratulations on making it to the end of the course. Before you do anything else, smile and give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done. Remember that you can go through the whole course again, at anytime you like, or you may choose to play certain segments just to refresh your memory. Don’t be afraid to do whatever it takes. It’s your life and hopefully this course will help make that life a little better. Before we conclude, lets jus sum up the whole technique to give you an overview and a final insight into how and why it works so well and so quickly. We can break the process down in a number of key stages, starting with:

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Isolate the problem: What is it that you find yourself unable to do? Do you become shy, introverted, unable to speak or act, or lose your confidence? Think hard about the action, or behaviour you have trouble accomplishing or changing.

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Finding the feeling and body position: how does this inability to act makes you feel? What does it do to your body? How do you stand, hold your head, your legs and arms? Try to identify exactly the way it makes you feel and the body position it forces you to adopt.

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Decide how you would like to feel: How would you like to feel? What would you like to be able to do? Try to find that feeling and transform your body position, always going from weak and negative, into strong and positive.

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Identify and Change: Watch out for the feelings that tell you that negative body position is starting to creep up on you. As soon as you feel uncomfortable, transform your body position into a positive one, to make you feel strong, positive and powerful again.

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Practice your Technique: whenever you get a chance, practice moving from the negative to the positive body positions. Remember that practice really does make perfect and just like the pianist or the golfer in the introduction, once you got it, you will never forget it.

6. Just do it: Remember also that you can’t try to do anything. You are either doing it or you are not. So, instead of just trying, just do it. The worst thing that can happen is that it doesn’t work, but next time, it probably will.

We hope that you have enjoyed this NLP Secret course and you have you find it useful to overcome some of the problem areas in your life. Thank you for taking the time to listen.

Your body talks to you, holding up a physical mirror that reflects your feelings. As soon as you learn to identify the signs, you can change the way you behave and take back control of your life. That’s the NLP Secret! Let it work for you! Everyone at NLPSecrets.com wishes you the very best of luck!