We are continuing a thread that we have started a long, long time ago on Rapport, reconsidering some of the aspects of rapport in a way that is not traditionally taught in NLP – by turning it from a nominalization into a process – a rhythm. Today we start by (re)defining the structure and dynamics […]
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Category: Radical NLP
This is the third and last podcast on the Meta-Model in this language series, to be followed by Sleight of Mouth patterns, and the Milton Model patterns, each a small series in itself.
This is the second in the series of talks on the Meta-Model, where we cover five patterns of distortions: Nominalizations Modal operators of possibility Modal operators of necessity Presuppositions Mind Reading As before, we chose our examples from 3 different areas: Politics Relationship Business operations And we run each pattern through three examples from each […]
The meta-model in neuro-linguistic programming (or meta-model of therapy) is a heuristic set of questions designed to specify information, challenge and expand the limits to a person’s model of the world. It responds to the distortions, generalizations, and deletions in the speaker’s language. The meta-model forms the basis of Neuro-linguistic programming […] (Wikipedia) What is […]
Language and NLP NLP – is Neuro-Linguistic Programming – language is a key Language is the habitat we live in, and learn. NLP is learning how to learn. Comparison with “wolf children” – those who don’t have a language Language is enfolded in us, and the context unfolds it out of us. Language shapes and […]
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 […]
Swish is a novel visualization technique for reducing unwanted habits. The process involves disrupting a pattern of thought that usually leads to an unwanted behavior such that it leads to a desired alternative. (Wikipedia) This podcast covers the following topics: Definitions of swishes Binding a new response to an existing trigger. Most popular NLP way: […]
This episode assumes familiarity with the basic ideas of anchoring. For the initial introduction, please first listen to the earlier podcast on anchoring (episode #6).
Belief is the psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true. (Wikipedia) Relevant meaning of Belief System refers to World View (Wikipedia). It refers to the framework of ideas and beliefs through which an individual interprets the world and interacts in it. In this podcast, we cover the following […]
What states are, and why we should pay attention to them? Gestalt of neurology of the mind and the body State change work in NLP – one of those all-purpose concepts State control, especially kinesthetic States are like a computer program Why have conscious control over the states? Different states have different intelligences imbibed in […]