Neuro Linguistic Programming
NLP models patterns of human excellence. This includes the way people of excellence take in information from the world, how they describe it to themselves with their senses, filter it with their beliefs and values, and act on the result. In summary there is a person, their descriptions and the world; and NLP studies the relationships between them. NLP Application is the application of NLP modelled patterns to topics and contexts where they can contribute. NLP Training is the art of enabling others to learn the patterns of NLP and to distinguish patterns from content. NLP Training using the New Code methodology is the art of enabling others to learn the patterns of NLP accurately and generatively through discovery and unconscious uptake, before they become conscious of what they are doing.
A list of specific content categories, developed by Robert Dilts to assist people to sort their ideas. Refers to environment, behaviour, capability, belief, identity, mission. Called "neuro-logical" levels because in Dilts' opinion, the further up the list, the more neurology is involved in the experience. Does not belong in the field of NLP being of a different logical type.
A branch of psychology, also called physiological psychology. Neuroscience is the study of the functioning of the nervous system which includes the structures and functioning of the brain and its relationship to behaviour.
A description of NLP which uses a systemic approach to demonstrate and teach the patterns by providing a series of contexts in which they manifest spontaneously. In the New Code of NLP the unconscious of the client is explicitly assigned the responsibility for the selection of the critical elements-the desired state, the resource, or new behaviour. The unconscious is explicitly involved in all steps. There are precise constraints placed upon the selection of new behaviour, more specifically, the new behaviour must satisfy the original positive intention(s) of the behaviour to be changed. The manipulation occurs at the level of state and intention as opposed to that of behaviour (Grinder, Bostic 2000.)
A five-step process described by Grinder and Bostic in "Whispering in the Wind" (2000.) This is the form of modelling which is taught in NLP. Includes identifying one or more appropriate models of excellence in the skill to be modeled; modelling implicitly by unconscious uptake for as long as it takes, with explicit intent to refuse to allow conscious analysis, understanding or coding and continuing implicit modelling until it as competent as, and in the same time frame as, the model; continuing to use the skill unconsciously. For practical purposes this is the last step in the process. If there is a need to make the skill explicit, only do it after a period of practice with the skill after modelling is complete. Allow the patterns to become conscious and choose an appropriate form of coding for the explication of the model. Teach the patterns you have identified and coded to someone else. The evidence of your accuracy will be in their behaviour.
A verb which has been turned into an abstract noun. For example, the name of something which cannot be put in a wheel-barrow, or described as an 'Ongoing X'. Eg decision, revision, opposition.