Accelerated Learning – Techniques of using all your senses in the learning process….
Agreement Frame – Gain agreement. Use “I agree and…”
Analogue (and digital) – On a continuum..on or off….
Analogue Marking – “I could … tell you.. how this works…” Language patterns….
– Unconscious habit forming… Anchoring
As If Frame – Act “as if” it were true. What would happen if you acted as if you were magnificent now?
Associated (and dissociated) – If you are dissociated then you are seeing yourself in your minds eye..
Auditory Digital – One of our four Representational Systems..
Auditory External Acuity – Learn to improve your listening skills.
Auditory Internal Awareness – How well do you recall sounds & people’s voices?
Auditory Tonal – Ability to hear sounds.
B Backtrack Frame – For use in meetings/planning. Backtrack to reconfirm intention.
Bandler, Richard – Co-creator of NLP
Beliefs – Those things that you hold to be true.
Break State – A quick change in though pattern…
Breathing – How aware are you of your own breathing? How often do you pay attention to others breathing patterns?
C Calibration – Paying close attention to others actions, expressions…
Cause and Effect – Milton Model language pattern. It makes me wonder…
Chaining Anchors – Great technique to enable to you get what you want. State transformation.
Change Personal History – How do you store your memories? Are they useful to you?
Chunking – Language patterns, hierarchically speaking…
Circle of Excellence – Get in a powerful state of mind whenever you need it most!
Circuitry Clearing – From the P in NLP. Change your programming, change your results.
– Understand how you experience the world and create behaviour…. Communication Model
Compulsion Blow-out – NLP Master Practitioner technique that helps people overcome compulsions….
Confusion/Overwhelm – How do they occur? How to deal with them….
Congruency – Your integrity…
Collapse Anchor – You can change your habits using this technique…
Complex Equivalence – Milton Model pattern where two things are equated.
Conscious Mind (and Unconscious Mind) – All learning, behaviour and change takes place in the unconscious mind
Contrast Frame – How could you look at a perceived problem in a different way in order to make it positive for you?
Contrastive Analysis – NLP Pattern comparing two pictures from the minds eye to induce change…
Crossover matching – You shake your leg unconsciously, I tap my finger, we get in rapport…
D Deep Structure – What you are really thinking..?
Definitions of NLP – What on earth is this subject all about?!…..
Derivation (and transformation) – The words that we speak are derived from our thinking.
Designer Swish Pattern – DIY NLP pattern for changing poor though patterns…
Digital (and Analogue) – On/Off. 0 or 1. A continuum.
Disney Pattern – A great technique for generating creativity.
Dissociated (and Associated) – If you are associated then you are looking at something internally through your own eyes
Double Dissociation – Looking at an event from a position twice removed can give you a useful perspective…
Downtime (and Uptime) – Thinking time…
E Ecology – Is it good for me, my family, society and the world?….
Ecology Check – An internal or external check to ensure that the result is desirable.
Ec ology Frame – Frames are a way of thinking.
Evidence Frame – How will you know when you have it?
Eye Patterns Chart – Watch people’s eyes for incites into their thinking
F Five Principles for Success – How to consistently create success…
Four Legs of NLP – Acuity, flexibility, outcomes and taking action – recipe for success
Four-Mat System – NLP Training system to incorporate all learning styles
Future Pace – Let’s see how you will act differently in the future now…
G Genius – What is the make-up of genius?
Grinder, John – Co-Creator of NLP
Gustatory – Our sense of taste…
H Hierarchy of Ideas – We think in logical ways you know….
Heuristic method/process – Encompassing all elements in the process…
I Identity Level Change – Who are you?
Inductive/Deductive Training – Do we learn from top down or from bottom up?…
Internal Representations – Pictures in the minds eye, feelings, sounds that we experience internally…
J John Grinder – Co-creator of NLP alongside Richard Bandler
K Kinesthetic External Acuity – Improve your sense of touch
Kinesthetic Internal Awareness and Construct – How are you feeling? How does it feel to touch jelly?
L Law of Requisite Variety – The person with the most flexibility….
Lead Representational System – Think of your last holiday. What thought did you get…
Learning Ladder – Learning process in four stages.
Learning State – Hakalau – A Superb learning tool from Hawaii.
Logical Levels – Levels of thinking, for use in personal and business change.
Logical Levels of Learning – How deep is your knowledge of the learning process?
Logical Types – Sets and subsets, language and thinking systems.
Lost Performative – NLP Milton Model language pattern. Lost performer in a value judgement.
M Magic number 7’ – Our brains are syncronised to the number seven….
Map is not the territory – Just because you think that it is true….
Mapping Across – An NLP Practitioner technique using the finer distinctions of picture from our minds eye…
Matching – “I can match your movements unconsciously in order to gain rapport..”
McClelland Model – Power, affiliation and achievement.
Meta – Standing back from a situation and being “a fly on the wall”….
Meta Mirror – Process for looking at things from different perspectives.
Meta Model – System for discovering the distortions, deletions and generalisations in people’s language.
Meta v Milton Model – When to use either model.
Meta Model 3 – Questioning model to stimulate reflection and change.
Metaphor – NLP Language Patterns that are about telling stories to influence thought.
Metaprogrammes – Unconscious programmes that we run internally and that form our personality.
Milton Model – A set of 19 Hypnotic Language Patterns.
Mind Read – Hypnotic Language Pattern. Part of the Milton Model.
Mirroring – Part of building Rapport. As if you are providing a mirror for someones actions.
Modal Operators – Milton Model pattern and the “rules of our life.”
Model of the world – Your beliefs, values, decisions form your MOTW.
Modelling – I can do what you do and learn to do it better than you.
My Friend John – Telling tales…