It has been said that if we did nothing more than operate from the NLP Presuppositions as filters on the world, and as guidance for our thinking and behaviour, we would be happier, more effective, (and do great NLP).
This 'Compendium' explains a little about NLP, and about the Presuppositions that underpin it. It then shares tools, techniques and resources that can be used to make the Presuppositions a more automatic part of our everyday life.
The Compendium includes
'The Random Presupposition Generator' - an online resource developed by Roger Clough, NLP Master Practitioner, that helps to stimulate fresh perspectives on stuck thinking.
A downloadable set of Presupposition Cards
The Presupposition Exercise - a way of getting new insights using Presupposition in card form
Some examples of Presupposition cards in education settings
An audio track designed for use as background music, with spoken Presuppositions incorporated sub-audibly.
A second audio track designed to more deeply embed the presuppositions as beliefs on the world, using affirmations and music incorporating binaural beats to achieve a deeply relaxed state.
We offer the Compendium free to people who have attended live training with us at NLP in the Northwest. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free access coupon code.
Founder and lead trainer of NLP in the Northwest, Chris has been fascinated by people, what makes us 'tick', get on with each other (or not) , and what affects our behaviour and performance, since his teenage years.
He has spent over 40 years enthusiastically exploring and studying our 'psychology', relationships and effectiveness. With over 25 years experience in training and coaching, Chris has looked for the 'difference that makes the difference' to find simple models and effective techniques and strategies that make sense, are easily learnt, and work in practice.
Chris has qualifications in psychology, social work and organisational analysis & behaviour, and has been a certified NLP trainer and Master Practitioner for over 20 years. He has a reputation for making things easy to understand, and for training with heart, humour and integrity. Chris lives in Lancashire, UK, with his wife Glenda, who is equally passionate about people, learning and wellbeing.