Presuppositions of NLP2017-10-24T12:03:38+00:00

Presuppositions of NLP

Otherwise known as convenient assumptions, things that it is generally good to assume.  A Presupposition is a linguistic assumption.

These are the Presuppositions of NLP:

  1. Respect for the other persons model of the world.
  2. The meaning of the communication is not simply what you intend, but also the response that you get.
  3. The mind and body affect each other.
  4. People respond to their experience, not to reality itself. The map is not the territory.
  5. Every behaviour has a positive intention. Everyone is doing the best that they can with the resources they have available. People make the best choice they can at the time.
  6. Behaviour is geared towards adaptation.
  7. Accept the person; change the behaviour.
  8. Behaviour and change are to be evaluated in terms of context and ecology.
  9. People have all the resources that they need to make the changes that they want. We already have all the resources we need or we can create them. There are no unresourceful people, only unresourceful states.
  10. Possible in the world and possible for me is only a matter of how.
  11. The system (person) with the most flexibility (choices) of behaviour will have the most influence on the system.
  12. This is the Law of Requisite Variety
  13. There is no failure, only feedback.
  14. There are no resistant clients, only inflexible communicators.
  15. Having choice is better than not having choice. All procedures should be designed to increase choice and develop greater personal flexibility.
  16. All procedures should increase wholeness.

Presupposition of NLP

 

We have visually animated instruction to put all of these NLP Presuppositions into context and to show you how you may chose to adopt them in our NLP Training material. You can access this material online in our NLP online training centre.

 

NLP Resources

 

Anthony Beardsell - Trainer, Coach and Trader
Quality and Value - FREE Mindfulness Course with our
NLP Certifiction Courses
close-image