NLP Glossary - Definitions and Terms

NLP Glossary

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NLP Glossary – Major Models and Elements

The Meta Model
The Meta model is a language model for changing our maps of the world. Its purpose is to make unconscious material conscious. We cause many of our problems by our unconscious rule governed behavior.
The Milton Model
Also known as Conversational Hypnosis?. Bandler and Grinder modeled Milton Erickson to create this hypnosis model. By distracting the conscious mind using abstract vague language we can communicate directly to the unconscious.
NLP Modeling
The ideas and techniques underlying NLP came from modeling extraordinary therapists and thinkers, but also ordinary people who did useful things (like responding to criticism) well.
Representational Systems
Representational systems are our internal senses. We “re-present” what we experience on the outside on our internal mental screen. Our external senses (our seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling and tasting) match our internal senses.
Within our representations are fine distinctions such as color, location and size. They help us remember what we have seen, heard, felt, smelt and tasted both externally and imagined. This coding in our thinking effects meaning and changes how we react.
NLP Strategies
The basis of NLP Modeling is the finding the steps someone uses to achieve something in order to duplicate his or her result. That is sequences of images, sounds, sensations, internal dialogue, tastes and smells.
Meta Programs
Meta programs are a person’s typical patterns in their strategies or thinking styles. They guide and direct our thought process and behavior. They are the programs, which guide and direct other processes (hence the “Meta”). They play a key part in our personality.

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