NLP Practitioner course
Date: to be established
Organizer: “Body, Spirit & Mind” training center
Two days to discover what NLP is and how it appeared, in view of exploring representation system and mental language.
The course is recommended to people who want to make intelligent and rapid changes in their lives – communication, relations, achieving purposes – as well as in their own systems of believes – about themselves and about the world.
This introductory course will be followed by further training comprising the basic methods and concepts of neuro-linguistic programming.
1. The world model perception in NLP, which explains the formation of internal representations of reality.
a) The map is not the territory – development of one of NLP’s basic assumptions.
b) Systems of representations: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory and gustatory. The difference between the sensitive information (calibration) and its evaluation.
c) Developing sensorial acuity.
d) The Meta model of communication, with the help of which we discover the clear and complete significations behind words, and we learn to efficiently communicate ideas.
Attending this introductory module does not condition the attendance to the following modules.
2. Organizing the inner world
a) Sun-modalities – the information units of which our inner world is made of.
b) Mapping across – techniques of changing sub-modalities, by means of which we can recover control on our inner states, thoughts and emotions.
c) Mechanism of conditioned reflex – the underlying principle behind all complex mental processes.
d) Anchoring. Re-anchoring. Juxtaposition of anchors – techniques helping us cope with challenging emotional situations, ease our access to the most positive states in specific situations, and remove negative reactions to the unpleasant conduct of others.
e) Neurological levels.
f) Swish – a technique through which we can eliminate unwanted behaviors.
3. Interpersonal relations
a) The perspectives through which we interacts with the world.
b) Clarifying perceptual stances. I. You. They – a technique meant to increase the flexibility of these positions, in view of perceiving a situation as correctly as possible. Their separation, in order to remove distortions and
interferences of a dominant position with the others.
c) Rapport and means of creating harmonious relations.
d) Pacing and leading – means of communication through which we can exert our influence, complying with the others’ world model.
4. Setting and achieving purposes
a) Orienting towards a purpose or orienting towards a problem – clarification of Purpose-oriented vs. Away-from-problems meta-programs and Proactive vs. Reactive meta-programs.
b) Rules of establishing purposes – methods of clarification and attaining purposes.
c) The Milton model of communication – using language in order to influence, respecting the others’ world model.
5. Development of emotional self-control
a) In time or through time. Association. Dissociation – developing abilities to get involved or detached from a situation. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages specific to each ability.
b) Changing personal history. Rapid healing of phobias – techniques of processing unpleasant memories.
6. Reestablishing exterior and inner harmony
a) Techniques of mediating conflicts between two people.
b) Techniques of negotiation helping you pursue your purposes more efficiently in interpersonal relations.
c) Unification of visual parts – a technique for solving inner conflicts and for understanding contradictory purposes.
7. Enhancing tolerance and the ability to change
a) Each behavior has a positive intention – developing one of the basic tenets of NLP.
b) Context and content reframing – techniques for a more complex perception of events and for rapidly changing the perspective on them.
c) Six-step reframing – a technique for changing undesired habits.