From the outset, it is important to underscore the need for the Bioanalysis-Emotional-Inversion (BEI) specialist to travel the “path,” before he accompanies his clients on their journeys. In other words, the specialist must first acquire a number of observational and interventional skills that help him understand his clients’ experiences.
Then, it is up to his clients to choose and/or change a specific paradigm or behavior.
NLP is associated with not only BEI, but also all the existing sciences. NLP studies the operation of the human’s subjective experience. The BEI specialist relies on NLP skills to accompany his clients in their process to connect with their primary or hidden emotions, gain awareness of their inherited programs, and chart their desired future.
After successfully assimilating the NLP methodology, the BEI specialist is trained to (i) observe his client’s neuro-linguistic processes, (ii) ask the right questions that target his client’s deep structure, and (iii) identify the shaping patterns of his client’s different experiences that exceed his tolerable stress threshold and may trigger an illness or a behavioral disorder.
In the course of an intervention, important changes occur in the client’s perception of his emotionally painful and/or difficult experiences; thus, through a relearning process, his internally coded programs may be modified and his past memories may be healed. In turn, these relearning processes help the client release emotions that were inherited from his ancestors; and consequently, resources are added to his family tree, and eventually, the client’s entire system is cured.
NLP also helps both its specialist and his client identify, change and overcome their restrictive beliefs; and as a result, a broad space is opened up for not only new thinking paradigms, but also healing, balance and wellbeing. One of the most powerful NLP models is the timeline search that helps identify programing and/or structuring conflicts and their subsequent resolution through “P”: sub-modality changes; “N”: resource anchoring; and “L”: linguistics.
NLP identifies one’s own and other person’s inconsistencies that lie at the foundation of any symptom or illness. The trained specialist maintains a steady alignment; and therefore, he can convey his experiences to his clients in a manner that fosters a gradual recovery of healthiness and wellbeing.
By embracing the basic NLP premises, the BEI specialist can look at the same experience from different perspectives, and accordingly, valuable information can be shared with other members of his client’s system, thus allowing for profound perceptional changes.
The interventions reveal the basic values cherished by a client, who also learns how to apply the same as resources to counter past negative values that are manifested as present-day illnesses.
NLP helps the individual focus on his desirable lifestyle, healthiness and position, and most importantly, his desirable way to experience the world going forward.