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NLP Perceptual Filters and the Filtering Mindset

The primary presupposition underlying all of Neuro-Linguistic Programming is that The Map is not the Territory. You experience life through a set of personal perceptual filters that are unique to you. Your experience is filtered first by the limits of your sensory organs and what you perceive as a small slice of the world. In …

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A Pound Of Framing: The Power Of Language In Politics And Life

Years ago the then so-named anti-abortion movement seemed to be making little progress. Then they started re-branding themselves the “pro-life” movement. Well, if they were the pro-life movement, and you opposed them, what did that make you?  Anti-life? Pro-Death? Take your pick; poor choices all. You’ll notice two important elements of framing in that example. …

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Belief Changes

One of the most popular areas in NLP is the set of processes for changing beliefs.  I also get a lot of requests for patterns and processes you can do by yourself. So this week I’m including one of the simplest and most suitable for a “DIY” approach.  Created by Robert Dilts, the “Walking Belief …

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