Saturday, March 10, 2007

NLP: Article Written Years Ago - Who's Driving the Bus? 誰在駕駛巴士?

Hi,

This is my second re-published article on NLP that I have written years ago.

Who's Driving the Bus?



Dr, Richard Bandler, the founder of NLP, once said "Who's driving the bus?" Or it might be better said as "Who's driving your bus?"

Your brain is like a machine without an "off" switch. If you don't give it something to do, it just do something else. It might not be your will. Or it might be against your will. According to Dr.
Bandler, most people are prisoners of their own brain. They are like sitting in the last seat of their own bus and someone else is driving. You do not know where he is taking you.

So, you must start to drive your own bus. At least start with deciding where you want to go. Everyday in the morning, think of what you want to accomplish that day. Keep on thinking about this image until you feel as if you had already accomplished it.

It usually takes about 1 to 2 minutes. Start your day like this so as to take your own driver's seat.

If you are not driving your own bus, who's driving?


中文譯本:


誰在駕駛巴士?

Richard Bandler 博士, NLP 的創始者之一,曾經說過:「誰在駕駛巴士?」,或者說:「誰在駕駛你的巴士?」可能更為合適。

你的大腦就像一台沒有「關機掣」的機器,如果你不給它一些東西去做去想,它唯有自己找些東西來做,找些東西來想,但那可能並非你的願望,甚或可能違反你的意願

根據 Richard Bandler 博士,大多數人根本是他們的自己的大腦的「囚犯」,他們坐在他們自己的巴士最後排的座位,任由他人來駕駛你的巴士,你卻不知道他在帶著你走向何方

因此,你必須開始重新駕駛你自己的巴士,至少由你自己決定你想去的目的地,作為開始。每日早上,認真考慮一下,你想今天達成什麼,繼續想著這個圖像,直到你覺得好像你已經完成了它。

這通常只花你大約 1 到 2 分鐘,每日就請以這樣開始你的一天,主動取回你的駕駛座

如果不是你在開著你自己的巴士,誰在開車?


Keith
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