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NLP Course

Designed by Ashraf Al Shafaki

Objective

By the end of this course you will:

  • Be able to better understand other people.
  • Have a better understanding of yourself and your own behavior.
  • Start a self improvement process.
  • Become a better communicator.
  • Learn a set of NLP techniques that enable you to having people do what you want them to do.

About NLP

Founders

Richard Bandler and John Grinder are the founders of NLP.

Aim

NLP aims at uncovering the processes that take place during human communication resulting in effecting change. By making the process by which change in people is effected through human communication NLP allows a person to learn how to effect change in other people. This is the fundamental underlying principle of NLP.

Method

By closely studying what works with psychotherapists (rather than how it works), the founders of NLP were able to reveal patterns for changing behavior of people. They were able to cross out redundancies done by psychotherapists to uncover such patterns.

Background

NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Neuro refers to our neurological system which takes input through our sense; sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. Linguistic refers to language. Both our neurological system and the language(s) we use provide constrains which affect the way we perceive the real world making our own perception of the world different from the world itself. This is what is referred to by "the map is not the territory," meaning that the map our minds creates of the real world is different from the real world or the territory itself. This is the basis upon which NLP is built. By changing the map one can effect change in a person.

Content

Coding Messages

Coding of messages ...

Filters

Filters are used by humans to filter out parts of reality. This leads to the perception of humans being different from reality.

Personalities

  1. Visual
  2. Auditory
  3. Kinesthetic
  4. Olfactory

Techniques

  • Eyes access queues

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