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DAY 1:

and Agenda for the Day:
Introduce the basic NLP Communication Model
Introduce the Meta-Programs model
Discover how we communicate through our perceptual lters
Begin exploring the ways we can prole our perceptual lters
Learn how to elicit meta-programs and detect them in self and others
Discover the languages of the mind the representational system
Discover how to read and detect the sensory systems
Begin to develop the art of active listening for structure
Discover the process for calibrating to another persons experience
Learn the editorial level of representing the cinematic features of the
Discover the magical art of gaining rapport through pacing
Play with the pattern of Perceptual Positions to expand personal exibility
Orientation Questions for Beginning the Day:
What do you want to learn and discover today?
What skills and competencies do you want to develop or rene?
As you consider the outcomes from this day, set two or three that will be
important to
What state do you want to induce yourself into as you begin the adventure
-8L. Michael Hall, Ph.DOpening Frames for the Training
As you study META-NLP, consider yourself a magician in training. This
study is about the
art of running your own brain and managing your states. To invite you into
this cognitive-

behavioral science and this art, we have a set of questions that we invite
you to consider as
your part and responsibility for getting all that you can from this training.
___ Will you agree to take full ownership for your own brain and state as you
engage in this study?
___ Will you agree to enter this study for the single focus of learning,
discovering, and applying these
processes and principles for your own growth and personal development?
___ Will you set yourself to look for and get as much value from the training
for yourself?
___ Will you seek to support and contribute value to others in the training?
___ Will you focus on learning the patterns and processes to gain
competency and therefore
certication as an NLP Practitioner?
___ Will you agree to be on time for the sessions and to be time-conscious of
the breaks, beginning and
ending times?
___ Will you open yourself to feed back and shaping so that you can tune up
your personal knowledge
and skills so that you can become much more resourceful, more resourceful
than you have ever been
___ Will your monitor yourself so that if something comes up as you process
the patterns and
experiences, you will let us know and your team leaders so that we can
support you and enable you to
apply these powerful principles to those old memories or meanings.
___ Will your embrace ambiguity, confusion, and even disorientation as you
move through the
training? In NLP we say that confusion is the gateway to new learnings.
So if you get confused or
overwhelmed, just welcome it in and let it be. As you trust the process, you
will nd new resources
and empowerment.
___ Will you agree to not introduce patterns and ideas from other disciplines
and elds in this training?
This is about NLP and while each person brings rich resources from other
elds, for the training, we
know that its best to keep or attention on NLP and not everything that you
can bring. This doesnt
discount the other learnings you have; it just keeps us focused on what we
are doing here.
___ Will you agree to be appropriately professional while you are here in
terms of your ethics and
morality? While we will be making a list of participants available to you, this
is not the time to sell

your products and services or to get new business.

___ Will you follow the direction and guidance of your trainer(s) and
participate as a good team
member so that your learnings and skills as well as others can be enriched
as much as possible?
-9L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.
NLP is rst and foremost a Communication Model.
It is a model of how we operate and function given our mind-body-emotion
It is a model of how we map or model information.
It is a model of the structure of resourcefulness so we run our own brain
and manage
our own states.
It is a model of the structure of excellence so we can replicate genius.
NLP began, not with the sensory systems or sub-modalities, but with the
patterns that two therapeutic wizards used to perform their magic. Bandler
Grinder happened upon the marvelous languaging patterning of Fritz Perls
Therapy) and Virginia Satir (Family Systems) and began studying how the
words and
language patterns performed their magic. They put the results of their
study in the
books, The Structure of Magic, Vol. I and II (1975, 1976).
As also a description of human functioning, it focuses on experience,
experiencing, and
experimenting rather than theory. Via the tools, models, techniques, and
patterns, NLP gives
us a way to talk about our subjective experiences. By focusing on
description rather than
prescription, we focus on how the processes and mechanisms work, how to
replicate such
(modeling), and how to intervene, transform, and improve human