Dr. John Grinder defines Neuro-Linguistic Programming ( NLP)

John Grinder is the co-founder of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming).

In this video interview, October 2008. Q1, John describes his perspective on the question,  “What is the definition of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)?”

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  1. This is extremely interesting, from my experience deep insight mediation(vipassana) can help to put the mind into this type no knowing state freeing the mind to learn and an accelerated rate.

  2. I recommend learning to dance. Specifically, lead and follow based dancing like salsa, swing, tango etc… I know from experience it will help you develop in the areas you specifically identify. Invest in private lessons or even try to get a job at a ballroom studio (depending on where you live, they might not even charge for initial training). Learning to dance has been invaluable for me, and i was initially opposed to the entire idea and hated dancing, so go figure…

  3. I agree with you. One of the skills in the New Code of NLP is learning how to enter into know-nothing-states. As well as an essential skill for modeling another it is a useful step in extending and developing new descriptions of the world. Descriptions that may be at variance to what one already knows.

  4. This is why I think it is so important to consistently re-evaluate what one thinks they know and refine their knowledge base, I’m hoping to cultivate the art of “open-mindedness” in that I’m open to learning new things. My goal is kinesthetic development and more importantly interpersonal and social skills.

  5. NLP is not a theory. It is a methodology for building models of human excellence. How is your comment “Remember the man that left his mind open until his brain fell out” relevant?

  6. New code books;

    Turtles All the Way Down, Prerequisites to personal genuis (1986) by DeLozier & Grinder. An edited transcript of one of the first new code of NLP designed programs. Read it like a novel the patterns are embedded through the metaphors.

    Whispering in the Wind (2001) by Bostic St Clair & Grinder. Written in an academic style, the authors make explicit the differences between the classic code of NLP and the new code.

    The NLP Field Guide; Pt1. (2001) by Collingwood & Collingwood

  7. is there a book about this new code ? and how to get into the unconcious assimilation state consitantly intetionly. ????? i have alot of books aboute nlp but none have mentioned the new code .

  8. Clearly articulates the advantage of NLP modelling over the analytical approach. At the same time, the ability to ‘transfer’ expertise- which can happen only when the NLP modelling is ‘converted’ to analytical codes – is touched upon.

  9. John Grinder, the co-founder of NLP, explains what NLP modelling is and why it is much more effective than analytical modelling.

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