Why Some People Almost Always Get Sucked In By Reframing
Reframing is used a lot in NLP. And that could be the understatement of the century.
Actually, reframing is used a lot by everyone in everyday life. It’s just that through the study of NLP – neuro linguistic programming – that you can learn to become better at it and use it with deliberate intention.
But even more importantly, learning how NLP reframing works can help you avoid being reframed, and therefore stop people from sucking you in by reframing.
Beware Those Reframing You!
Others spend all their time showing you how to reframe a situation and change how you think.
I think it’s worth some time showing you how to avoid being reframed because there are people who have excellent skills in reframing others to do what they want.
And I think it’s best when you get to make the choice that’s best for you, wouldn’t you agree?
Otherwise, you end up driving a car you don’t like wearing clothes you don’t like, living in a house you don’t like. And I’m sure you have one or two to add when you think about it.
When Reframing Is Good
“Life is not a static thing. The only people who do not change their minds are incompetents in asylums who can’t and those in cemeteries” Everett Dirksen
Now, we all change our minds at some point. And sometimes it would be better for us to be able to change our minds, rather than be stuck within old thinking processes that don’t work for us.
And it’s at those points that we can use reframing to help us out.
I’m sure you’ve heard that old saying that insanity is when you keep doing what you’ve always done while expecting a different outcome. Well, reframing can automagically remove you from that old rat wheel and put you on a new track toward getting that better outcome.
So, whether you’re being sucked in by others reframing you or, you’ve become sucked in by your own thoughts that no longer work for you, it would benefit you greatly to learn about reframing through NLP Training Online and change your life for the better.