NLP & Schizophrenia & Bipolar Disorder
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is excellent for helping to deal with Schizophrenia and Bipolar disorder.
Many of the problems with mental health issues arise from problems in childhood. During this imprint period, the brain of the child is like a sponge and most of the beliefs are formed.
The beliefs are from the child’s perspective and does not serve an adult who has carried the belief into adulthood.
The belief is the trigger for the emotion and can be readily seen in people suffering from depression and anxiety.
This occurs in people suffering from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder too.
What do these two disorders have in common?
The commonality between the two disorders is a fracturing of the mind.
This may have occurred during childhood when great sadness or a trauma caused the mind to fracture into pieces just to protect the person.
For instance, it is possible that a person is depressed because of a sadness during childhood. Then to protect the child or young person, the mind fractures to produce mania which balances the sadness out.
NLP can be used to bring all the parts back together again in a technique called a ‘Parts Integration’.
Using language and linguistics, all the parts are put onto the table and are given freedom to speak.
Then by transferring resources to all the parts, the parts come together to make the mind whole again.
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