Overcome your internal conflict and find a clear decisive direction for you for the future!
Internal conflict is something we have all had at one time or another.. That internal battle between two conflicting choices and not being 100% confident which decision is the right one at that moment in time..
During NLP Training we learn a techniques called parts integration.
The main focus of parts integration is to resolve an individual’s internal conflict. How often have you experienced “part of me wants to do X, but another part of me wants to do Y” – this is precisely the conflict that parts integration eliminates, whilst simultaneously improving confidence and energy levels. Having internal conflict can be tiring – I should know I used to have lots!
At the end of the process the person no longer has to deal with indecision and is left feeling congruent. Even though they may not know what path they are going to take straightaway, when they do come to make a decision they will feel confident in the choice they have made and won’t be plagued with the doubt and guilt they are currently experiencing.
It works by discovering the root motivations which are driving you towards the different options. It uncovers that, at the core, the intention of both motivations is not only positive, but ultimately the same. To pick a particularly common dilemma, for example, a client may wish to retire on the one hand as they want freedom, but on the other hand wish to keep working to enable them to stay in control.
What you learn to help clients do is chunk up the parts until they realise at an unconscious level that both drives stem from the same primary, positive motivation. At that point the conflict stops and the individual can move on with their lives feeling at peace and comfortable with whatever decision they have made.
This is just one of the powerful tools we learn during NLP practitioner training.
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