NLP Practitioner Training

NLP Practitioner Training

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“Wisdom comes from experience, but experience is not enough. Experience anticipated and experience revisited is the true source of wisdom” ~ John Grinder

Our NLP Practitioner training has been designed to take each participant on a creative journey of heightened awareness, intense insights, profound change and personal exploration. Our aim is to provide you with the very best of Classic and New Code NLP training, experiencing NLP in its purest form, and witnessing the magic that Classic and New Code NLP deliver.

We are committed to coaching you using personal change tools that deliver transformation through methods that hold the key to achieving excellence, and strategies that break through personal limitations. We will use NLP games that awaken and engage the unconscious, and inner-resources which, once unleashed, can access any state, setting you on a pathway of renewed vision.

This training will help anyone who aspires to improve themselves or motivate others, cultivating an environment of continuous development and growth. We have worked in many business sectors and professions, delivering the countless benefits of NLP. These include: professional and aspiring coaches, teachers, business professionals, marketing teams, sales staff, leadership and management teams, aspiring speakers, mental health workers and young entrepreneurs.

NLP cannot be learned by a book, or by reading an article on a website. To truly learn NLP you need to experience it. And you can only experience it through participation, practice, communication and human interaction.

We consider the NLP Practitioner Training course to be an inspirational journey; a voyage of self-awareness, self-improvement and introspection. We invite you to embark on your NLP journey with Inspire Dynamics.

The NLP Practitioner course is approved by the ITA (John Grinder, Carmen Bostic Sinclair and Michael Carroll).

Duration: 12 Days active learning.

An Overview of What We Will Cover

  • What is NLP: Uncovering the true essence of NLP and its three core components form what we know today as Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
  • NLP Origins: The Origins of Neuro-Linguistic Programming – the creators’ journey.
  • Presuppositions of NLP: NLP Beliefs that form a set of ethical principles, which are useful in implementing changes in ourselves and others.
  • Calibration Skills: Noticing the fine differences in behaviour and communication that uncover true communication.
  • NLP Epistemology: Understanding how the human mind creates our Model of the World. This model explains how we take information from the outside world, through our senses, into our neurology, and how it affects our thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
  • Representational Systems: The sensory channels through which we receive, process and construct our mental world are referred to as representational systems.
    • Predicates: Exploring our language and words and phrases that we naturally use which indicate our preferred representational system.
    • Eye Accessing Cues: Unconscious eye movements are indicators of specific cognitive processes and are potentially one of the most valuable NLP skills you will learn.
    • Submodalities: Submodalities are the finer distinctions of representations. They are the building blocks of how we structure and encode our internal pictures, sounds and feelings.
    • Submodality Interventions: By changing the submodalities we change the structure of an internal representation. When we change the structure, the meaning and feeling of the representation also change.
    • Swish: The Swish Pattern is designed to increase choice. It’s a useful technique to help address an unwanted behavioural response to a specific stimulus by shifting key submodalities.
    • Perceptual Positions: Discover the power of being able to shift your mental maps by seeing, hearing and feeling the world through unique perceptual positions.
    • Rapport: Rapport is the basis for all communication. Learn the art of reflective unconscious responsiveness and how to enhance our current capabilities to create deeper, more meaningful levels of rapport.
    • Meta Model: The Meta Model is a collection of language patterns with associated challenges in the form of specifier questions that assist the client in expanding their internal map of possibilities and discover the missing evidence in their own mental maps. The Meta Model chunks down in order to recover deletions, distortions and generalisations.
    • Milton Model: The Milton Model is the inverse of the Meta Model, using artfully vague language patterns to pace another person’s experience and access unconscious resources. The Milton Model chunks up to produce vagueness and ambiguities. It requires the listener to access their unconscious mind to search for meaning and enter an altered state or trance.
    • The Verbal Package: The Verbal Package is a process tool, a condensed yet effective version of the Meta Model. This tool uses explicit frames, refined verbal distinctions and powerful questioning techniques to extract high quality information and evaluate the output of what is being communicated.
    • Provocation Therapy: The purpose of provocation therapy is to change the client’s behaviour. One of the therapist’s main tools is warm-hearted humour in its varied forms; exaggeration, irony, self-deprecation and absurdity. The therapist uses humour to sensitise and de-sensitise the client to problematic cognitive behavioural patterns.
    • Presuppositions: A presupposition is a background belief, which must be known or assumed to be true for the listener to make sense of what is being stated. Linguistic presuppositions allow for the internal universe of the speaker to be revealed. The information that a person reveals through speech is not necessarily accurate or correct but will reveal what they hold to be true in their ‘Model of the World’.
    • State Choice: Our State determines how we respond to the world around us. It’s our way of behaving in any moment and the most immediate part of our experience. Learning how to activate a state at any given moment is a valuable tool.
    • Chain of Excellence: This is a set of leverage points to shift a portion of one’s experience through breathing, leading to a change in physiology and subsequently in state and performance.
    • Anchoring: Identify the anchors (stimulus-response) patterns we have unconsciously hard-wired into our lives and create new anchors of your choice. It’s a simple way of changing unwanted states to more resourceful states instantly.
    • Change personal History: Changing personal history is for the purpose of changing a number of memories in the past and adding resources. It’s a powerful way to dissolve the emotional association out of a remembered event.
    • Collapsing Anchors: Collapsing anchors are used for the purpose of collapsing an undesirable state into a desired state. Collapsing anchors expands the choices available in our regular responses, where any unwanted states will just effortlessly melt into the anchored desired states.
    • Time Line Interventions: Time Line re-patterning delivers one of the most powerful processes and techniques for personal change and growth. This method enables you to clear limiting beliefs which prevent you from moving forwards, eliminates unwanted negative emotions attached to distorted memories and heavily-filtered representations of the past, and encourages you to learn from significant events and use this knowledge as a resource for the future. This process is proven to deliver a sense of freedom, relief and closure.
    • Spatial Anchoring: Creating a link between a space and a state, using a physical space as a trigger for states. The space becomes the anchor and the client repeatedly accesses the resource state whilst stepping into the designated anchoring space.
    • Circle of Excellence: The circle of excellence is a powerful version of NLP Anchoring. Using spatial anchors to install new or additional resources relative to a situation where a different behaviour is desired.
    • NLP Frames: We use frames in NLP to provide context, focus, meaning and guidance to our thoughts and actions. These frames are useful for enabling: deeper focus and flexibility in our activities; a broader path to expand possibilities and opportunities; a strategy to instantly adopt the behaviours of others; and ways to enable changes to our current set of frames.
    • Well-formed outcomes: This pattern is a major organising pattern for NLP techniques. It goes beyond “setting goals”. The metaphor of a goal suggests a destination and a conscious process. An outcome sets a direction to follow.
    • New Behaviour Generator: One of the most essential processes of change. NLP has developed a creativity strategy, organised around the process of moving from a dream and vision to action.
    • Parts Integration: Parts Integration is a powerful NLP technique. It’s used to negotiate internal conflicts which occur when two or more ‘parts’ of a person lead to behaviours which are unwanted and contradictory. The way each part plays out is different, but the resolution to the conflict comes from identifying a common positive intent.

    New Code NLP distinguishes itself from Classic Code NLP by engaging directly with the unconscious mind, and utilising its limitless assets in selecting the resources to bring about lasting change.

    New Code games include the variables of utilising; all three major representational systems, cross-lateralised movements to fully engage both hemispheres of the brain, and scalability making the tasks more complex when required. The interaction of these variables produces a ‘High Performance’ state and the highest-level state assessed from a New Code NLP game the ‘Know Nothing’ state, this is where a player is performing unconsciously at a very high level without conscious awareness.

    All the New Code games are covered in our Practitioner course:

    • Alphabet game
    • NASA
    • Croydon Ball game
    • Alpha touch game
    • Breath of Life
    • Walk with X and Y
    • Rhythm of Life
    • Sanctuary

    The unconscious mind possesses the resources to shift and change any problem or challenge we encounter. Change implemented by the unconscious is deep rooted, lasting, and congruent with our higher intention. We can channel the force of the unconscious through establishing direct and involuntary signals systems.

    Developing a relationship with the unconscious through regular communication enables a harmonious collaboration between the conscious and unconscious. As the relationship develops, the conscious mind becomes able to see, hear, and feel information presented by the unconscious in the form of ideas, sensations, representations and thoughts.

    New Code NLP presents the opportunity to learn creatively and develop progressively where change arises from within.

    • Involuntary signal systems
    • Developing an effective communication system between your conscious and unconscious mind
    • N-Step Reframing

10/02/2020 - 22/02/2020
9:30 am - 5:30 pm

Thistle Kensington Gardens


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