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#28 Perceptual Positions

#28 Perceptual Positions

Perceptual positions is a neuro-linguistic programming and psychology term denoting that a complex system may look very different, and different information will be available, depending how one looks at it and one’s point of view. (Wikipedia) Defining perceptual positions Different points of view Points of reference, different perspectives, way of shifting your outlook, thus changing […]

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#12 Neurological Levels

#12 Neurological Levels

The Neurological levels were proposed by anthropologist Gregory Bateson (1972, 1979). He defined a hierarchy of abstraction including beliefs, values and identity. He perceived relationships as having a higher abstraction than identity, and therefore influencing lower levels in the hierarchy, such as beliefs and behavior. In Neuro-linguistic programming, they were developed by Robert Dilts into […]

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#10 Submodalities

#10 Submodalities

A submodality in neuro-linguistic programming is a distinction of form or structure (rather than content) within a sensory representational system. Submodalities refers to the subjective structural subdivisions within a given representational system. For example, in visual terms, common distinctions include: brightness, degree of colour (saturation), size, distance, sharpness, focus, and so on; in auditory: loudness, […]

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#4 Learning to Listen – Literal, Structu

#4 Learning to Listen – Literal, Structural & Mythical Listening

Main Entry: 1lis·ten From the Webster Dictionary Pronunciation: ‘li-s&n Function: verb Inflected Form(s): lis·tened; lis·ten·ing /’lis-ni[ng], ‘li-s&n-i[ng]/ Etymology: Middle English listnen, from Old English hlysnan; akin to Sanskrit srosati he hears, Old English hlud loud transitive verb, archaic : to give ear to : HEAR intransitive verb 1 : to pay attention to sound <listen […]

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#2 Rapport series 01 – the Art of Gettin

#2 Rapport series 01 – the Art of Getting in Sync

Rapport is one of the most important features or characteristics of unconscious human interaction. It is commonality of perspective, being in “sync”, being on the same wavelength as the person you are talking to. (Wikipedia) Today’s topics include: What is Rapport? Why is Rapport Important? Mechanisms of Rapport Levels of Rapport (body, language, values & […]

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#1 Introduction to NLP

#1 Introduction to NLP

Hello, World! The Radical Change Group presents a series of weekly conversations andinterviews on Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Business, Leadership, Mythology, and Spirituality. This is the first podcast in the series, introducing you to Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or NLP for short. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to psychotherapy and a “model of interpersonal communications”[1] based on the […]

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