NLP or Neuro-Linguistic Programming has been described as being "the difference that makes the difference" and "the instruction manual to your brain that you were never given when you were born"
In this podcast series, you will learn and discover amazing ways to use NLP to make seemingly incredible personal and professional changes.
The series is presented by two Society of NLP Master Trainers Tina Taylor and Steve Crabb. Both Tina and Steve have worked with the co-creator of NLP Dr. Richard Bandler and were his head trainers in the UK.
Tina and Steve have both trained Internationally and use NLP in their successful professional lives and combined have other 4 decades of coaching experience and have worked with 10's of 1000's of people.
The NLP MasterCLASS was originally a practice group set up in London to support people who had recently qualified in NLP. The practice group was open to beginners and advanced trainers the podcast series will give you things to think about and things to do no matter your level of understanding on NLP.
Episodes will cover applications for Coaching, Health, Wealth, Business, Sports, Education, Accelerated Learning, And Wealth and Health ( we like health and wealth!)
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Episode 9 - Looking at things from anothers perspective - Perceptual Positions
Title: Looking at things from another’s perspective
By using perceptual positioning you can explore an event from a different perspective, this process enables you to step back from your own mental map and get a distance from any emotions attached to it. You can also use it to explore another’s map, gaining an insight into their thought processes. When you use the third position you can review a meeting/situation to gain insight into what happened, looking at it as onlooker. This is also a great position for becoming your own coach.
Episode 8 - Visualisation
If I asked you to imagine a dog, just there in front of you. What kind of dog do you see? What colour is it? Can you see if from the front, back, side? Is it all one colour? Does it have any distinguishing marks? How clearly can you see it?
Some people will see the dog perfectly, it will be clear and they will notice the colour, size and everything about the pouch. Others will have a very poor image and others will say they can’t see it. They will say no matter how hard they try they just can’t imagine it; they can’t see it!
In this podcast Tina discusses Visualisation and give exercises to help improve your ability to visualise as well as increase your IQ.
Episode 7 - Anchoring
As we grow we learn to create shortcuts in our thinking, we associate actions and feelings to certain stimulus that we experience. In Psychological terms this is called stimulus response or operate conditioning.
Everything within your experience could be classed as an anchor, the words your reading here are an anchor for an experience of understanding. Each word taking you through an unconscious process that enables you to interpret the words and find an understanding.
In this podcast Tina discusses anchoring, how they are created and also gives you an exercise to learn how to create a positive anchor for yourself
Episode 6 - Changing the thought process
Have you noticed that by changing the way that you frame an experience or a thought changes how it feels? This process is called reframing in NLP.
This reframing is a psychological technique that consists of identifying and then changing the way situations, experiences, events, ideas, and/or emotions are viewed.
You begin by identifying the behaviour or trait and then reframe it by pointing out any possible positive intentions. Finding an alternative meaning, this can then be followed by resolving any conflict as necessary.
Episode 5 - How Do You Think? - Part 2
How Do You Think? - Part 2
As I ( Tina Taylor) mentioned in How Do You Think - Part 1, we represent things in our mind, using our 5 senses. The way that we do this creates how we feel and respond to the situations around us.
As you become more aware of how you do this it makes it easier for you to change the way you think about something, changing the way that you respond to the situations around you.
You can do this simply and easily with your language too. This is the basis of personal change work, how you can learn to help someone with anxiety and fear change how they feel.
Episode 4 How Do You Think? Part 1
How Do You Think Part 1
Have you ever noticed yourself thinking and become aware of what’s happening inside your head; that you’ve been running pictures, scenes, moving images, sounds, talking, conversations, physical sensations and all whilst you’re in the middle of something else?
These thought processes contribute to how we feel and respond to the world around us.
By becoming aware of these processes and what you do inside your mind you have more control of how you think about things, and the way you respond to situations.