Hi guys, Adrian Cahill here. Master NLP Practitioner and Accredited Coach with the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Looking for NLP Coaching Beijing? Or NLP Training in Beijing? Training could be in the form of Practitioners in NLP or Presentation Skills, Advanced Communication Skills, or Leadership Skills.
Personally, I spend most of my time facilitating NLP and Coaching training in Shanghai, however as soon as we have enough interest in Beijing we can start the next course……
We also work with China NLP Society, and various Coaching organisations.
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For those with little knowledge of NLP or Coaching, this is for you.
This Pre-reading is for you to speed up our process and make best use of our time.
Don’t worry about memorizing and studying the process. I do that so you don’t have to. What you do have to do, is read through the material once or twice and set some goals or direction to what you want to accomplish.
I know you have an understanding for what Coaching represents so I’ll give you some background on NLP.
THE HISTORY OF NLP
Two exceptional men, John Grinder and Richard Bandler, originally founded NLP in the 1970s. Bandler was enrolled as a young psychology student at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in 1970, and Grinder was an associate professor of linguistics at the same university. They asked themselves the following question, “What is it that distinguishes people who do something with extraordinary elegance and outstanding perfection from people who do not?”
Bandler and Grinder decided to seek the answer by studying the work of three renowned therapists who had achieved extraordinary results with their patients and who were all masters of communication. They studied Milton Erickson (a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist), Virginia Satir (a family therapist) and Fritz Perls with a view to finding out what it was that distinguished them from others in those fields.
By studying how these world-renowned therapists and communication experts achieved their outstanding results, Bandler and Grinder managed to extract the key to their success. They wrote down exactly what it was that these experts did and managed to discover the strategies, linguistics, processes and techniques that made their work unique. Then Bandler and Grinder tried to see if they, too, could achieve the same sorts of results using the same strategies, linguistics, processes and techniques. After a short time they succeeded. The next step was to teach what they had learned to others, so that they, too, could achieve the same. Bandler and Grinder discovered that this was possible – and NLP was born.
WHY WE NEVER EXPERIENCE REALITY AS IT IS
As human beings we can never experience reality as it actually is, since we have to experience it through our five senses and our senses are limited in how much information they can receive. So the information streaming in from the outside world is already limited by our senses. Despite this around two million “bits” of information stream through our senses into our nervous system. To ensure that we are not overwhelmed by this stream, the Unconscious Mind screens out most of it and only five to nine “chunks” of information reach the Conscious Mind. This figure varies, but a significantly smaller portion of information reaches the Conscious Mind compared to the portion of information reaching the Unconscious Mind.
Here is the Standard NLP Communications model used by most NLP Schools.
The Unconscious Mind therefore acts as like an inner screening system. It affects our inner map of reality.
It’s like flour going through a shifter. Only a small portion sticks to the shifter itself.
Everyone’s shifter different. After shifting through the flour. only a little % of it, is actually left on the shifter.
This is why we don’t react to reality, only to our perception of it. We communicate our outer experience to ourselves by translating it into an inner experience through our own physiological reaction – the inner pictures we have, the sounds we hear, as well as the emotions stimulated within. All of this is a neurological interpretation of the experience. We also interpret the experience linguistically through the words we choose when we talk to ourselves. These interpretations form the inner map of our reality.
We all have our own reality of the world around us and this is based upon which type of neuro-linguistic inner map we have formed. This map decides how we interpret an outer experience, how we react to what is happening around us and which meaning we attach to our behaviours and experiences. We never experience reality as it is, but how we are. This is why it is usually NEVER the outer reality that limits us and causes us problems, but our inner reality, our inner maps and screening systems, which either help us to be happy in life or cause us to feel pain and unhappiness. The information that is filtered through the brain and how it translates it affect how we experience life, which in turn influences our behaviour.