Core Decisional Repatterning(c) is a 9-step technology for finding the core decisions that have limited your behavior in life and installing new empowering programs that get an individual what he or she congruently wants in life. You will recognize unresourceful programming when you notice that you have the same negative responses to things over and over again. For example, you notice that you or someone else you know keeps doing the same things to your/their children that you/they swore you’d never do because you know the effect it had on you when your parents did it to you. You know you don’t want that behavior, but there it is, working at a deep unconscious level in your life.
You’ve heard someone tell a child, “your a bad boy” instead of distinguishing the behavior as not a good one. Children tend to take things literally and tend to get that they are bad instead of the behavior is bad. No wonder so many people have programming that they are ‘not good enough’, or ‘bad’, or “not deserving’ or ‘not loveable.’ Now think about what is created in the life of someone with this belief. ‘Conscious languaging’ calls for people to get this poor language into consciousness so you can change it to something positive and life enhancing.
Do you know someone (maybe you) who does all the right things, but then sabotages their own success. If they don’t believe they deserve, people tend to find a way to not have what they say they want. You can recognize beliefs (programming) from linguistic structures. People say things like, “I’m the kind of person who…” That is a clue you are about to hear something right out of the core beliefs that run deep in a person’s life.
At the core of our programming are a set of deeply held values. The primary presupposition of Core Decisional Repatterning(c) is that all your programming is in place due to decisions that you have made in life. Some people seem to decide they are not wanted very early in life, perhaps even before they are born. It makes sense that a child may already have some negative programming from the womb when parents are arguing and unpleasant tones are heard by the child, over money difficulties or other issues. Regardless, of whether you believe it starts that early, chances are you’d agree programming starts very early. I’d like to believe that children come into the world wanting and giving love and experiencing joy as they learn about the world around them. Soon, events imprint programming upon a child. Some of that programming is good, appropriate, and healthy. Some is unresourceful and can cause a wide range of problematic issues through life. At the least, we all experience not getting some of the things we say we want.
We all have some negative programming. According to child development theories, most of our core programmming is in place by age 4 or 5. People make the decision to be like Mom and like Dad or other primary caregivers early in life. We get it all (a gestalt or whole group) at once from each of these decisions. The problem is that some of that programming is good and useful and some is in there at a deep emotional level operating behind the scenes to produce behavior we don’t really want when we are old enough to distinguish what is desirable. If Dad never made more than an average low wage, the chances of the person becoming wealthy is not very likely. The child inside keeps saying, “I’m just like Dad.” In addition, decisions made later in life may be healthier programs, but they are often in conflict with the earlier programming.
So, how do we change unresourceful programming? In our study of highly successful people, there seem to be some things in common with other well balanced, healthy people. Core Decisional Repatterning(c) offers some healthy decisions starting from the decision to be fully and completely alive. Lots of people seem to be living life as if they are trying to get dead. They eat the wrong foods, drink and/or use drugs, get into bad relationships and you will hear a lot of negative talk and complaining. Language programs behavior and people create what they are focused upon.
So the Core Decisional Repatterning(c) process discovers the limiting decision, finds who the decision was made in service to and starts the wording of a new, more empowering decision. Since the unconscious mind is set up to keep people in the same patterns, a facilitator helps to eliminate any loopholes in the new decision. When the wording of the new decision is complete, the next steps are to get the decision at memory level from beginning to end. When it is memorized well enough, the decision is driven to a deep emotional level. A plan is made to follow through on the decision and then it is put into practice. You do it again and again.
The result is fast effective and profound change. Behavior is simply different. Making such decision does not mean a person never has emotions of fear, guilt, anxiety, sadness, etc., but it does mean that the person experiences a new design for what to do in any life situation. Driving the decision to deep emotion displaces the old unresourceful decision and installs the new decision in it’s place. Personality does not change, but a person is freed up to live more in alignment with core values and be the person they choose to be. Life is permanently different.
Contact Bill Thomason to schedule a Core Decisional Repatterning(c) coaching session or ask about upcoming seminars on the subject. Call 602 321-7192 or go to www.nlpskills.com or www.nlplifecoachphoenix.com.