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The Accelerated NeuroLinguistic ProgrammingMaster PractitionerCertification TrainingJuly, 2004, NewportBeachWithNLP Master Trainers:Tad James, M.S., Ph.D.NLP Trainers:Adriana James, andTodd LevinsonPresented by: nlp.comAdvanced Neuro Dynamics615 Pi’ikoi Street, Suite 501, Honolulu, HI 96814 USAPhone: (808) 596-7765 Fax: (808) 596-7764Support by Email: [email protected] Vers.5.01 7/2001

SectionsONE: IntroductionTWO:Quantum LinguisticsTHREE: Values & Meta ProgramsFOUR:The Advanced Patterns of NLPFIVE:Sleight of MouthSIX:StrategiesSEVEN: Master Time Line Therapy EIGHT: Master Hypnotist CertificationNINE:Wall Charts (for your use)TEN:AppendixThe NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2004Copyright 1987-2001, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

ONEWELCOME . 1WHAT IS NLP?. 2WHAT IS IT REALLY? . 2PRIME DIRECTIVES OF THE UNCONSCIOUS MIND . 4NLP COMMUNICATION MODEL . 5PRESUPPOSITIONS OF NLP . 7STATE -VS- GOAL . 8

One. 1WELCOMEAdvanced Neuro DynamicsJuly, 2004Dear Master Practitioner,Welcome to the NLP Master Practitioner Training. I believe that you are in for a wonderfulexperience in the next two weeks, one that you will cherish for years to come.Newport Beach is really fun. Your trainers have spent a lot of time here over the years; so ifyou have any questions about the area or what to do while you're here, just ask.We have done everything we can to make sure that your learning environment is the bestthat it possibly can be. All of us here at the training are available to answer your questions,clarify points, to help you learn a pattern, to discuss the finer points of NLP, or just hangout.The manual you are now reading has been specially designed for readability. The typefaceused in most of the body copy is called Century Schoolbook. It's probably the sametypeface that was in the book when you learned to read, so it's one of the most readable.We did it in 14-point type, so it should be very readable.So, here we go. It'll be an intense 2 weeks, but when we're done we'll celebrate. One of myoutcomes is that we get to know each other so I can assist you in your outcome for beinghere. So, let's do it!By the way when we are all done, there’s support by e-mail. Just e-mail us at:[email protected], Tad James, MS, Ph.D.,Certified Master Trainer of NLP, Creator of Time Line Therapy ,Executive Director of the American Board of HypnotherapyThe NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2004Copyright 1987-2004, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

One. 2WHAT IS NLP?Neuro:Linguistic:The nervous system (the mind), through which ourexperience is processed via five senses: Visual Auditory Kinesthetic Olfactory GustatoryLanguage and other non-verbal communicationsystems through which our neural representations arecoded, ordered and given meaning. Includes: Pictures Sounds Feelings Tastes Smells Words (Self Talk)Programming: The ability to discover and utilize the programs that werun (our communication to ourselves and others) in ourneurological systems to achieve our specific and desiredoutcomes.In other words, NLP is how to use the language of the mind toconsistently achieve our specific and desired outcomes.The NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2004Copyright 1987-2004, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

One. 3WHAT IS IT REALLY?An Attitude Curiosity Willingness to ExperimentA Methodology Modeling De-nominalization Continual ExperimentationA Trail of Techniques The Techniques That Are Taught as NLPThe NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2004Copyright 1987-2004, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

One. 4PRIME DIRECTIVES OF THEUNCONSCIOUS MIND1.Stores memoriesTemporal (in relationship to time)Atemporal (not in relationship to time)2.Makes Associations (links similar things and ideas), and Learns Quickly3.Organizes all your memories(Uses the Time Line. Mechanics is the Gestalt)4.Represses memories with unresolved negative emotion5.Presents repressed memories for resolution.(to make rational and to release emotions)6.May keep the repressed emotions repressed for protection7.Runs the bodyHas a blueprint:of body nowof perfect health (in the Higher Self)8.Preserves the bodyMaintain the integrity of the body9.Is the domain of the emotions10.Is a highly moral being (the morality you were taught and accepted)The NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2004Copyright 1987-2004, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

One. 511.Enjoys serving, needs clear orders to follow12.Controls and maintain all perceptionsRegularTelepathicReceives and transmits perceptions to the conscious mind13.Generates, stores, distributes and transmits “energy”14.Maintains instincts and generate habits15.Needs repetition until a habit is installed16.Is programmed to continually seek more and moreThere is always more to discover17.Functions best as a whole integrated unitDoes not need parts to function18.Is symbolicUses and responds to symbols19.Takes everything personally. (The basis of Perception is Projection)20.Works on the principle of least effortPath of least resistance21.Does not process negativesThe NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2004Copyright 1987-2004, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

One. 6NLP COMMUNICATION MODELThe NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2004Copyright 1987-2004, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

One. 7PRESUPPOSITIONS OF NLPConvenient ic DeviceRespect for the other person’smodel of the world.RESPECTBehavior and change are to beUR-WOR LDevaluated in terms of context, andEcology.Resistance in a client is a Sign of a lack of rapport. (There are noresistant clients, only inflexible communicators. Effectivecommunicators accept and utilize all communication presented tothem.)People are not their behaviors. (Accept the person; change thebehavior.)Everyone is doing the best they can with the resources they haveavailable. (Behavior is geared for adaptation, and present behavioris the best choice available. Every behavior is motivated by apositive intent.)Calibrate on Behavior: The most important information about aperson is that person’s behavior.The map is not the Territory. (The words we use are NOT the eventor the item they represent.)(U) You are in charge of your mind, and therefore your results (and Iam also in charge of my mind and therefore my results).People have all the Resources they need to succeed and to achievetheir desired outcomes. (There are no unresourceful people, onlyunresourceful states.)All procedures should increase WholenessThere is Only feedback! (There is no failure, only feedback.)The meaning of communication is the Response you get.The Law of Requisite Variety: (The system/person with the mostflexibility of behavior will control the system.)All procedures should be Designed to increase choice.The NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2004Copyright 1987-2004, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

One.8STATE -VS- GOALValues or StatesGoal or OutcomeStated ambiguouslyStated specificallyWrite affirmationsWrite goals/outcomesYou can have it nowTime is involvedNo stepsSteps needed to get there (Getfinal step and work backwards)InfiniteMeasurableStated for self and/or othersStated for self onlyThe NLP Master Practitioner Training, July, 2001Copyright 1987-2001, Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics

TWOQUANTUM LINGUISTICS. 1THE ADVANCED LANGUAGE PATTERNS OF NLP . 1PRESUPPOSITIONS. 2EMBEDDED COMMANDS . 5CARTESIAN COORDINATES . 6SYMBOLIC LOGIC . 7INDUCTIVE & DEDUCTIVE LANGUAGE . 8ADVANCED PRESUPPOSITIONS . 9MORE EXAMPLES . 10PRESUPPOSITIONS IN QUANTUM LINGUISTICS . 12THE EXERCISE . 12HIERARCHY OF IDEAS . 13THE MODEL . 13NLP NEGOTIATION MODEL . 14THE META MODEL . 15MILTON MODEL . 16META MODEL III. 32DIRECTED QUESTIONING FOR A SPECIFIC RESULT . 32MODAL OPERATORS . 33CLASSIFICATION OF MODAL OPERATORS . 33PREPOSITIONS . 34SPATIAL PREPOSITIONS . 35TEMPORAL PREPOSITIONS . 35TIME SCRAMBLE. 36AN EXAMPLE OF TEMPORAL LANGUAGE . 36REALITY . 37REALITY IS A CONSTRUCTION . 37HOW WE CONSTRUCT REALITY . 37DECISION DESTROYER . 38GOING BEYOND BOUNDARIES . 39LINGUISTIC RE-SOURCING. 40DE-IDENTIFICATION PATTERN . 41LINGUISTIC PARTS INTEGRATION . 42PRIME CONCERNS ELICITATION. 43PRIME CONCERNS . 45METAPHOR OUTLINE . 47MAKING METAPHORS WORK . 49

Two. 1QUANTUM LINGUISTICSTHE ADVANCED LANGUAGE PATTERNS OF NLPPresuppositions(The equivalent of linguistic assumptions)Two Purposes:RECOGNIZE: You can recognize the assumptions of your clients’ speech.UTILIZE: Use presuppositions to directly affect someone’s internal representations.It doesn’t matter if the presuppositions are positive or negative the internalrepresentation is still the same. E.G.: "Don’t think of a blue tree."Hierarchy of Ideas(The level of abstraction in your language makes a difference)Two Purposes:CHUNK UP: Chunk up to gain greater agreement, and trance.CHUNK DOWN: Chunk down for greater distinctions, and to bring them out oftrance.You can control the