Meta Greetings to you,

Am conducting an Meta NLP Practitioner in December from 17th to 23rd in Bangalore. If you’re on the path of Self Actualization, interested in Cognitive Behavioural Psychology and want to become an expert in Human Excellence, than Meta NLP might interest you. Meta NLP comes from Neuro Semantics.

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Why Neuro Semantics?
Neuro Semantics is considered as the latest development in the field of self development. As an inter-disciplinary field, the models of Neuro-Semantics come from the field of the Cognitive Behavioral sciences, from Developmental Psychology, the neuro-sciences, General Semantics, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), cognitive linguistics, cybernetics, and system dynamics. The first and core model of Neuro-Semantics is the Meta-States Model developed in 1994 by L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. The Meta-States Model contributed to the NLP Model the modeling of self-reflexive consciousness and has taken NLP to a higher level of professional ethics.

What will you take away?
1. Coaching skills for leadership development
2. Improve the quality of your everyday life with the numerous NS-NLP tools.
3. Learn precision questioning skills for extracting the other person’s model of the world.
4. Learn tools to read and figure out people and improve your personality.
5. Learn the latest 4th domain of NLP-the Meta States Model of Self Reflexivity.
6. Use timeline tools to deal with your past, improve your present decision making skills and look forward to a
brighter future.
7. Become aware of yourself like you have never been before in your entire life.

“Knowledge of the self is the mother of all knowledge. So it is incumbent on me to know my self, to know it completely, to know its minutiae, its characteristics, its subtleties, and its very atom”Khali Gibran.

“I think self awareness is probably the most important things towards being a champion” Billie Jean King.

Previous participants’ Testimonials:
“We are walking around blind, until you know and experience what Neuro Semantics is. It will absolutely change
your life”. – Emily Harrison, Founder of Innovaid Advisory Services.

“It has helped me dispel years of doubts and fears. It has also actually helped me understand where am coming
from when I react to various situations”.Shafina Segon- Head of Marketing South Asia-Taylor and Francis Group.

“To say that it was a learning experience would be an understatement. This program has the potential to change the
way you think, improve your personal life, your relationship, careers avenues, people management,
team management”.Parvathi- Ex HR Center Manager,MBA-IIM-B.

“It has given me higher purpose in life for the very first time. Romeo comes up with immense value proposition in
the entire frame of experience and knowledge. I wish all those who wish to take a meaningful decision in life and
go for excellence, this is a great way to start.Great learning for more than a lifetime and an awesome Trainer”.
Sukanta Das, Head of Learning & Capability Development-Vodafone Group.

Excellent discount available till 30th November,2014. The only affordable quality NLP course in India right now.
Contact us at ceo@leapsmanagement.com or call us for discounts at 9986149749.

Venue: 12th Avenue Hotel, 12th Main, 2nd Stage HAL, Indiranagar, Bangalore.

Date: 17th-23rd December, 2014.

Feel free to share it to those of your friends too who might not wanna miss this.

Meta Blessings to you.
Romeo Haokip-NS-NLP Licensed Trainer,ISNS-USA.

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THE NEURO-SEMANTICS OF MINDFULNESS

It is not uncommon for people who experience the Meta-States Training that we call Accessing Personal Genius (APG) to come away from it telling others that it is a training in mindfulness.  I have heard this many, many times. Others may not describe APG in those words, but will say that in learning the Meta-States Model, they have added so much to their understanding and competency in being mindful.  Recently I have had several people write and ask where I got the information about mindfulness that they were exposed to in APG.  And a few others have asked that I write more about mindfulness. So here we go.

What do we mean by mindfulness?  To be mindful is to be present to your current situation, aware, appreciative, and in sensory-awareness.  It is to be here-and-now in your awareness.  It is to be conscious of what you are experiencing- present, and not lost in thought about some other time and place.  When a person is not mindful, he or she is somewhere else or worse, may be mindlessly responding in an automatic way from old programs that may or may not be appropriate or useful for today.

Mindfulness fulfills the oft-quoted phrase from Fritz Perls when he said, “Lose your mind and come to your senses.”  The “mind” here is the chatter-box mind where we talk and talk and chatter to ourselves about all kinds of things while experiencing something- chatter that all-too-often causes us to miss the moment.  NLP took this phrase as Perls’ call for
coming into sensory-awareness so that a person sees, hears, feels, smells, and tastes one’s present moment.

The opposite is mindlessness.  Mindlessness speaks about a state of mind wherein we are not present, not conscious of the richness of the moment and so we miss out on the present.  Mindlessness occurs when we use our previous learnings in our ongoing experience of the world.  So instead of experiencing the world in a fresh way, we see it through our categories, judgments, and ideologies.  We then  dismiss things with a flip of the mind, “Oh, that’s X.”  “Oh that’s success.”  “That’s failure.”  “That’s old stuff, I already know that.”  Then, using these constructs we become blind to what is actually available to us.  Korzybski would say that this is seeing and experiencing the world intensionally rather than extensionally (note, it is intensionally, not intentionally).

By way of contrast to the automatic, robotic, and unconscious style of mindlessness, being mindful is responding with our full senses (“mind”), fully conscious of the here-and-now.  Instead of the blind and dull repetition of being mindless, in being mindful we see everything as fresh and new.  We see what we have seen a thousand times as if for the first time.  Maslow described self-actualizing people in this way.  He said they are able to see the thousandth sunrise as if it was the first one ever seen.

Another contrast is that in being mindless we use previous cognitive frameworks (judgments, evaluations, conclusions) rather than being open to the moment-that is, being mindful.  The mindless see but do not really see. “Eyes they have and see not; ears they have and hear not.”  Ellen Langer describes their mindset is that of being “motivated-not-knowing.”  Having decided that one already knows, one turns consciousness off and then dismiss whatever is present, paying it no attention.

Numerous problems can arise from that way of orienting oneself in the world. Langer also describes mindless as being trapped in one’s categories.  When a person lives by one’s labels, categories, classifications, etc. one loses the real world and lives solely in a world of constructs. “Just as mindlessness is the rigid reliance on old categories, mindfulness means the continual creation of new ones.” (Langer, 1989, p. 63).

Being mindful means making distinctions.  This is especially what we train in Coaching Mastery -how to make refined distinctions so that a person can listen so actively and intensely, one seems to enter into an entirely new world.  Whereas being mindless turns off one’s sensory awareness of the present, in mindfulness you come to your senses in a heightened way.  This explains why being mindful and living life from a state of continuous appreciation are so highly correlated.

Being mindful also entails continually creating and trying out new categories for things.  This means being able to re-experience situations and contexts in new ways thereby making the world  that is well-known new and fresh.  In other words, playfulness isn’t just for children.  As an adult you take continue to play and to be playful as you move through life.
You can mindfully play with ideas and categories.  Yet to do so requires an openness that reveals a mental receptivity to new possibilities.

In being mindful, your previous frames for understanding and interpreting a situation are not rigid or static.  You can frame things in ever-new ways. As you learn to reframe in playful and unexpected ways new meanings emerge. Maybe this explains why framing and reframing belong to the mindful- to those with an open and active mind.  The mindful can playfully re-interpret things to their benefit and to the benefit of others.

Being mindful means that you can stay aware of the process of making real choices as you move through the world.  This requires a process orientation, that is, an orientation to reality as a dynamic process, and not a static one.  Being mindful means we are alert to the variables within any decision so that we then think-through our decisions rather than deciding in a
reactive mindless way.

In the APG training that presents the Meta-States Model, mindfulness also shows up in terms of the ability to step back, expand one’s perspective, and reflexively move up the psycho-logical levels.  More about that next week.

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.

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The “Baap” of all Change Management, Performance secrets, Self-Leadership, Emotional Intelligence is the Neuro Semantics-NLP conducted under the auspices of the International Society of Neuro Semantics-USA based on the Human Potential Movement started by Abraham Maslow and the need of all human being for Self Actualization.

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THE STILL SHOCKING TRUTHS ABOUT SUB-MODALITY-By Dr.MIchael Hall Ph.D

While presenting APG in Israel, several NLP Trainers constantly asked me
about my view of Sub-Modalities.  “How can you say that they are not
sub-modalities, but meta-modalities?”  With two of them, I went over the
arguments over and over before they got it.  The thing that finally
convinced one of them was the very description of sub-modalities in the NLP
books.  I asked him to bring me some NLP books that he had which would have
a passage or a chapter on sub-modalities, then we could look at how
sub-modalities are described.  To his surprise, the so-called sub-modalities
are described using the meta-language so that the so-called sub-modalities
were described as “nominalizations,” “concepts,” “categories,” and
“generalizations.”  He was stunned. 

What is a so-called sub-modality?  Typical statements that we found were
these:

If a visual image or picture is close or far then that is the distance
sub-modality.

When you have a sound, it can be loud or quiet, so the volume of the sound
is a sub-modality.

A sub-modality may be digital, either you are in the picture or out of it,
or it may be analogue like fuzzy or clear to varying degrees.  In the first
case, associated or disassociated, in the second clarity of the image.

“…the degree of pleasure you have in that memory is a direct consequence
of the color, size, brightness, and distance of the visual image you hold in
your mind’s eye.” (An Insider’s Guide to Sub-Modalities, p. 2)

“Learning to manipulate the sub-modalities (like color, focus, size,
distance movement, pitch, volume, location) is the first step in developing
the flexibility to control your internal states” (Insider’s Guide, p. 18)

Given these statements, what can we conclude?  The authors are constantly
confusing a detail like “close” with the category that it is a member of,
“distance.”  Distance is not sub-distinction of anything, distance is a
generalization.  You can’t see “distance,” it is a concept.  You cannot put
distance in a wheelbarrow (the nominalization test of NLP), so distance is a
nominalization.  So with volume.  It also is a nominalization, a concept,
and a generalization.  You can record volume.  You can record a sound at a
particular decibel, but not volume.  And the same thing applies to the
concept of association and clarity.  None of these so-called sub-modalities
are “sub” to anything.

Funny, isn’t it?  NLP people talk about sub-modalities using meta-level
concepts.  You will find this everywhere in NLP literature.  Why?  Because
we are actually not dealing with smaller components of a movie, we are
actually operating at an editorial level.  This is the level at which you
consider the movie that you are representing and then start noticing how you
have automatically coded the movie.  Noticing gives you an awareness of your
representational code and with that awareness now comes choice.  How would
you like to code (i.e., choose the sub-modality distinction) for your movie?

In an excellent book, Introducing Neuro-Linguistic Programming (1990) by
O’Connor and Seymour the list of sub-modalities are listed as follows.  Can
you put any of these distinctions in a wheelbarrow?  If not, then we are
really talking about a meta-level distinction.  What has been called
sub-modalities are nominalizations and if so, then we know that we’re not
dealing with sensory-based descriptions, but generalizations and categories.

Amazing!  The so-called “sub-modalities” are described by words that are
nominalizations and generalizations all.  This is why we (Bob Bodenhamer and
I) wrote in the book, Sub-Modalities Going Meta (1999, 2005) that you have
to “go meta,” you step back and notice your code.  You have to do that just
to become aware of sub-modalities.  The code of your representational system
comes with some cinematic distinctions- first notice them, then choose the
ones that will be enhance your life.

Now whatever cinematic distinction you choose to use in your movie code,
that distinction in itself means nothing.  It only means whatever meaning
you give it.  Again, that’s why we noted back in 1997 that the so-called
sub-modalities work semantically.  They work symbolically by the semantics
that you give them.  If you treat distance as meaning “less real” and “less
compelling” then when you code a picture with distance, you experience it in
that way.  If you didn’t construct that meaning, the coding would not be
felt in that way.

When you take a “sub-modality” distinction and notice that it is a
nominalization which indicates a category or classification, then you have
to follow up by asking, “What is the standard?  What is the measurement code
and/or units that you are using?”

The category of duration is said to be short or long.  But short and long
are also nominalizations!  How are you measuring “short” or “long” by
minutes, days, years, centuries?  Is 30 days “short?”  By what benchmarks?
May 30 minutes is “long?”

The category of speed is slow or fast, also needs a measurement standard and
benchmark so we can tell if 100 miles-an-hour is fast or is it slow.  It is
“fast” if we are talking about driving a car or running.  But if our
benchmark is the speed of light (186,000 miles a second), the 100
miles-an-hour is incredibly slow.

This holds true for every so-called sub-modality.  The distinction is
actually a meta-modality which is why we call them cinematic features of our
movies and intimately related to meaning and, in fact, multiple levels of
meaning.

EXECUTIVE COACHING: The Content of the New Book by Michael Hall.

I recently sent out a description of the new book, Executive Coaching and also the table of contents.  In spite of the table of content, several people have written and asked, “So what’s in the book?”  I thought the table of contents sufficiently answered that, and when I said that to someone, they said, “Well, yes, of course you would.  You wrote the book.  You know what those titles refer to and what’s in those chapters.”  That’s when I put my palm to forehead and decided to write the following.

The World of Executive Coaching.  
After a brief introduction to coaching and executive coaching (chs. 1-2), there’s a chapter on “Life in the C-Suite.”  The design is to provide a picture of the nature of what work-life is like for those at the senior management levels-what executives face on a daily basis, the stresses and pressures, the challenges and concerns.  Today I’m enroute back from Moscow where I delivered the training on Executive Coaching, my translator asked “What is C-suite?” “Well, you know, CEO, CFO, COO, etc.”  Oh yes, now she
understood.  Chapter 4 follows that up by connecting the value of living a self-actualizing life as an executive.  Is that possible?  If so, how?  How does an Executive Coach think about enabling the person to actualize his or her whole self and in that context still be a full and caring human being.

Executive Challenges
This second section has eight chapters.  Each of the eight chapters addresses the key and critical challenges of an executive’s life: emotional well-being, vision, feedback, change, leadership, politics, creating culture, and derailment.  Well-being is important because not only do others have to live in the organizational or corporate culture, so do the executives.  Is it a healthy place to live?  Does the stress and pressure in the company overwhelm people?  Or is there support there?  Vision is a critical challenge because it is the job of those in the executive roles to inspire people.  If they do that, then people in the organization will find their work meaningful and significant.  If not, then their work lacks meaningfulness and therefore their engagement will be nil. 

Feedback is key because of the tendency to avoid giving bad news to people over you.  Not infrequently the bearer of bad news has been connected to the bad news and then shot!  Whistle-blowers, who are so important in organizations, know that if the person over you can retaliate, then giving accurate sensory-based feedback can be dangerous to your career.  So executives are oftentimes the last person to know what’s really going on.Then there are the challenges of change in an organization, how to lead that
change; politics and how to deal with the political agendas in the office, and culture and how to create a culture where people can be open, transparent, honest, etc.  

Then there is derailment- a person going off his or her career track and messing it all up.  And given all of the critical factors just listed, there’s lots of ways that an executive can mess things up and wreck his or her career.  Many do.  In fact, lots do.  And that’s one of the big values of having an Executive Coach.  In all of these challenges, at the heart of executive coaching is relationship.  After all, that’s what the top managers and executives do- they work with and through others to create a collaborative enterprise and to achieve together what an individual or a few individuals cannot do alone or apart.

Executive Coaching Conversations 
In the third section there’s an introduction into a Coaching Conversation-“the conversation like none other” which describes the heart
and soul of Meta-Coaching.  After all, coaching is a fierce conversation that enables an executive to face critical issues in a safe context.  And as with personal coaching and group and team coaching, there are a number of specialized coaching conversations that are unique to executive coaching.

The Sounding Board Conversation is a special gift to senior managers-because so often they have no one to talk out-loud to.  Now they do.  The Outcome Conversation is one for clarity and focused and once complete gives one a relevant direction for vision and inspiration.  The Feedback Conversation distinguishes real feedback from judgment and evaluation.  The Confrontation
Conversation is another gift- given that others in the organization have political agendas and can’t afford to bring up hot or sensitive subjects. The Meta Conversation is one for gaining perspective as well as for exposing the kind of thinking by which we create our interpretations and conclusions.

The Unleashing Potentials Conversation returns to the subject of self-actualization and keeps an executive alive, vital, and curious.  That’s because with the unleashing of one potential, other potentials begin to emerge as a person’s next level of development and challenge.  The Integrating and Integrity Conversations address how to execute what one knows, how to implement new learnings in order to close the Knowing-Doing gap.  This is a matter of integrity.  There’s nothing than can derail an executive quicker than incongruency, talking but not walking the talk, promising but never coming through.  Integrity, however, goes further and addresses the moral and ethical factors in organizations.

The Systems Conversation invites an executive to move beyond simple and linear cause-effect relationships to the dynamic complexity that occurs in systems.  And executives are leading and/or managing a system.  That means there are never just one cause or factor, there are multiple factors and often in cultural change is dealing with it at the systems level.  The Paradoxical Conversation flushes out pseudo-problems, especially those that have been created by a false dichotomy that polarizes factors that are actually a part of the same system.

Launching your Executive Coaching Career is the final section and has a single chapter which focuses on the business part of Executive Coaching, how to think about it as a business, how to get started, how to get in, how to frame and sell oneself, and much more.

COACHING- THE NEW LEADERSHIP
The Command and Control Leadership:
At the end of the 20th century and now into the 21st century, a brand new leadership has been developing.  Actually, it has been in the works for thousands of years, but usually the voices calling for it were faint and easily ignored.  Why?  Because over the centuries, the idea of leadership was entirely dominated by the idea of “the leader is the strong man.” 

This understanding of leadership grew out of the times when human culture was primitive and when “might made right.”  In those times the rule of the jungle was also the rule of human affairs and human government.  The person in charge was the person who was the strongest, and at first, this was strictly physical and as groups gathered, it was the strongest in the sense of who was the most ruthless, who could and would use fear, threat, and might to get his way.  That’s when the military idea of leadership prevailed- that’s when leadership was bossing, ordering, commanding, controlling.
New Paradigm for Leadership:
But the times they have been changing.  Command-and-control management and leadership has been giving way to an entirely new way to think about leading and leadership.  It began when it became obvious that while a forceful, controlling “leader” might get compliance of behavior, command-and-control methods can never truly win the minds of people, let alone the hearts, and even less so their spirits.  To move beyond winning compliance with control and threats to winning the hearts and minds of people, then to winning their allegiance, and finally to winning their loyalty requires a lot more.  It requires an entirely new and different paradigm.  In Neuro-Semantics, we call that new paradigm: Self-Actualization.
Self Actualizing Leader:
This new way of leading requires using a force that goes beyond fear and threat.  It requires being the kind of person that people pay attention to, learn from, understand, feel connected to, believe in what he or she presents, wants to be a part of something bigger than themselves.  This kind of leader calls forth the best in people, inspire them, taps into their human capital of intelligence and creativity, treats them as colleagues, relates to them as equals, as colleagues, and creates a winning team with them.  This is the self-actualizing leader.
Coaching Leadership:
Now, where do you learn these kinds of skills?  The amazing and surprising answer is in the core coaching skills.  That is, today and into the coming centuries, the great leaders will be those who lead people by enabling them and doing that through what today we know are the core competencies of coaching.  This is Coaching Leadership.
Why Meta Coaching?
That explains one of the central reasons why you find lots of leaders attending the Meta-Coach Trainings.  They know that they will lead best when they are skilled at connecting with people, actively and deeply listening and supporting people, and when they can explore with people for n their ideas and contributions.  They know that they will lead best when they are competent in receiving and giving high quality feedback, when they can frame situations, induce people to feel, inspire, awaken, align, collaborate, etc. The surprise is that these are the skills of coaching.
Leader of Leaders:
The powerful flexibility of these skills is that you can use them one person at a time as you influence people or with a group and transform a collection of individuals into a high performance team.  This also reveals something else about leadership- leadership occurs at all levels and dimensions of human experience.  Not merely at the top; but all the way up the levels and in every domain.  And if there’s anything that’s really missing today it is good leadership.  It is healthy, self-actualizing leadership that brings out the best in people.

So if you want to improve, enhance, and empower your leadership skills, a great beginning place is with the core coaching skills.  Start there. Experience coaching and how it can create clarity and decisiveness for you as you identify and unleash more of your leadership potentials.  Then you’ll be in a great place to begin to groom leaders around you.  Because, as Warren Bennis noted many times, the purpose of leadership is not to create followers, it is to create more leaders and the next generation leaders.
Learn Coaching not for Coaching purpose but for Leadership Competence.
This is one of reasons we regularly have business owners, senior managers, and CEOs at Coaching Mastery.  Are they planning to become coaches?  No, of course not.  They are there to become better leaders and they will become more excellent as leaders by the coaching process and methodology.  And if you are ready to unleash your core leadership competencies, I’d recommend learning the coaching skills as the fundamentals of effective leadership. 

Dr.Michael Hall-Ph.D

To learn Advance Coaching Essentials,an MCF approved course you can join us this August from 9th-15th August,2015 in Bangalore and also become Internationally Certified Practitioner of Meta NLP from the ISNS-USA. Please click this link to get the details. Meta NLP Practitioner and Coaching Essentials Course details.

ISNS Institute-INDIA is the only one who provides Advance 14 days of Neuro Semantics based NLP Master Practitioner Program with License from the Originator of the Meta States Model, Dr.Michael Hall, who is not only the world’s best NLP Trainer, but who has stood head and shoulder above even the NLP Founders themselves.

This is the most power-packed, intensive and transformative NLP Master Practitioner provided in India that you could ever attend! This is the certification for those serious in learning Advance and Latest NLP Code and Human Engineering.

You will learn and master the techniques that has made NLP famous. You will also discover the latest developments from Neuro-Semantics (the 14 Meta States Patterns, the Matrix Model, the Axes of Change and Self-Actualization Model), and the 4 Meta Domains of Meta Model, Meta Programs, Meta Modalities and Meta States.

Workshop Outlines on the Path to Mastery

Master Practitioner training is to extend the skills of the Practitioner in order to further enhance and enable personal and professional change. The training aims to provide the skills for integration and development of the techniques learned at Practitioner level, through and extended study of systems, modeling and advanced strategies.

Re-Discover, Develop and Master your Practitioner Skills

Understand these underlying patterns so you can refine and streamline your skills. Move beyond reliance on techniques. Personalize and integrate how you use the material. The emergent approach to learning NLP enables the user to communicate spontaneously and naturally, with their own style and vocabulary. A practitioner can respond flexibly to the patterns they observe in other people’s communication instead of relying on scripted formats (NLP techniques). When applying NLP to themselves, the practitioner is able to self-model, (track and transform their own patterns and/or code) and to demonstrate new patterns of behavior

Emphasis on the Genius of Modeling Yourself and Others

The emphasis in our Master Practitioner training is on learning to model yourself and others, and on developing an experiential (first) and conceptual (second) understanding of the epistemology (how we know what we know) as well as the methodology (how we do what we do) of Neuro-Semantics and NLP (NS-NLP).

Accessing Personal Genius- Module II of Coaching Mastery with 14 NS Patterns (Module 1 = 3APG days)

You will learn patterns that can be applied to enhancing your relationships with family, friends and the people you work with, improved communication skills, negotiation skills, cognitive ability and organizational skills. More importantly, with the Meta States Model, you will learn to detect patterns and build models of human behaviour for yourself. As a result you will be able to evolve your skills in an ongoing way. Being able to model means you can learn anything under your own direction. The ability to model your own and other people’s skills and patterns opens up the doorway to a wide range of human excellence suited to any area of life where you want to enhance or develop your performance.

Advanced Persuasion Genius through the Milton Model Linguistics and Timeline Therapy(Module 2 = 2 days) The Milton Model language patterns in the practitioner training offer a wonderful introduction to hypnotic language, and this module takes those skills to a new level, adds formal induction techniques using all the main styles, and demonstrates the principal hypnotic phenomena.

Advanced Profiling Genius via the Meta Program Template (Module 3 = 3 days)

Recognize these out-of-awareness filters or pre-dispositions which influence a person’s understanding, decision-making and actions. Learn how to recognize the principal Meta Program patterns and ‘clusters’ of patterns, the linguistic indicators of Meta Program, how a person’s Meta Program guide their choices and needs and how to use your awareness of Meta Program to greatly enhance your ability to influence.

Advanced Framing Genius via Mind-Lines or the Sleight of Mouth to Influence Minds(Module 4 = 3 days)

Explore this huge range of advanced reframing patterns which can be used seamlessly in everyday conversation and with which you can assist a person in examining and altering limiting beliefs and values, resolving self esteem problems, and changing how they perceive and respond to difficulties and setbacks. Integrate your use of both Practitioner and Master Practitioner approaches, and especially the language models, to enhance your ability to influence in powerful and ecological manner.

This module will develop your awareness to apply your skills in the context of business, marketing, training and coaching .The trainers will share their real life experiences in applying all the renowned NS-NLP tools such as reframing, answering objections, mind-lining, advanced hypnotic language and effective copywriting, to boost your success in business, marketing, training and coaching.

Achievement Modeling Genius via Meta Modalities, Logical Levels, Field, Systemic-Meta Programs, Meta Model, Meta States, SCORE MODEL  (Module 5 = 3 days) Modeling is the essence of NLP and the thread which draws all the other elements together. At the beginning of the workshop you select your own modeling project to work on throughout – applying what you learn as you learn it and benefiting from on-going assistance and feedback from your fellow participants and the trainers. The Matrix Model allows you to explore the frames upon frames of how we structure our world. We all live in the own matrix of the world – now this is an opportunity for you to explore, choose, utilize and change the semantics of your world. Identify beliefs and values through their linguistic structure, recognize the levels of belief, use spatial and verbal methods to resolve belief conflicts, apply belief utilization and change patterns. Recognize and deal with values’ hierarchies, values, conflicts, values’ criteria. Work with motivation patterns through enhancing and changing values and beliefs. Furthermore, you will discover that Abraham Maslow was the forerunner of Richard Bandler and John Grinder. The Hierarchy of Needs is actually a Volcano for Motivation! Maslow showed the What but not the Why or How – which is manifested in the Self-Actualization Model developed by Michael Hall.

How will you benefit? Master Practitioner is an advanced training for practitioners of NLP who want to enrich, refine, deepen and generalize their NLP skills. It will give them a thorough experience and understanding of the underlying patterning of NLP and develop their ability to model anything of interest to them.

  • Master your destiny and your life
  • Get others to do what you want and loving it
  • Read people like a book and influence them easily and naturally
  • Exude massive charisma – get people to like, listen and respect you
  • Control your own “hot” button
  • Learn to push others people’s button at will
  • Master subconscious communications and master the magic words of waking hypnosis

Master Practitioners can create and develop specific applications of NS-NLP to any area of personal or business interest and have sufficient skills in NS-NLP change work to enter private practice. You will learn how to:

  • Master your NLP skills for personal and professional/business growth and tools for organizational challenges
  • Develop mastery in the Five Pillars of NLP – outcome thinking, sensory acuity, flexibility, rapport and state management.
  • Influence with integrity using advanced communication skills
  • Develop the skills in use of Eriksonian Language patterns and trance patterns
  • Use Metaphor for influencing others elegantly and subtly
  • Figure out people patterns and develop excellence in the use of mental filters
  • Master the latest in change techniques relating to identity, beliefs and belief systems.
  • Develop your skills in strategy elicitation and modeling at the framing level
  • Develop mastery in life Coaching and Mentoring
  • Use NLP for group and team learning and development
  • Discover what you were born to do and be the person you want to be.

Who should attend? Why You Want Join us…..

  • You want to accelerate your growth and development
  • You want to learn more about modeling and replicating talent
  • You want to understand people patterns and the structure of human personality
  • You want to be a transformational agent, a manager, leader or entrepreneur and are responsible for driving changes
  • You want to know how to work with beliefs, criteria and values
  • You want to master the art of influencing people and
  • You want to be able to help others reach their potential
  • You want to be stimulated, challenged and rediscover your passion
  • You want to be your own life coach and make a difference.

Total Module Duration

  • 14 Days(Total 15 days with 1 day off between the 2 weeks)

The NS-NLP Master Practitioner Certification Program is an International Licensed Training Program based on Neuro-Semantics (NS) and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). Completion of this program will enable participants to receive International Certification issued by the world-renowned International Society of Neuro-Semantics (ISNS) from Colorado, USA:

  • Accessing Personal Genius-Module II of Meta Coaching System approved by MCF-USA.
  • Master Practitioner of Neuro-Semantics-ISNS-USA
  • Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming-ISNS-USA
  • Master Practitioner of Hypnosis and Meta-Trance

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For information on how we can be of service to you, please call us at (+91-9986149749 or email us for an obligation free meeting to discuss your needs at metanlp@leapsmanagement.com
Eligibility: ISNS-USA Meta NLP Practitioners and other NLP Practitioners who are willing to invest their time in preparing themselves before attending the program. Please check this link to see if your Practitioner Level Knowledge is up to ISNS’s standards. https://leapsmanagementconsulting.wordpress.com/2014/01/08/nlp-practitioner-standards-self-assessment-what-does-it-take-to-become-certified-as-an-nlp-practitioner/

Warning!!! This Certificate that has to be earned. Your attendance does not guarantee certification but is based on your final test and benchmark. This is not any NLP certification this is Meta NLP. 

Venue:  GCC Hotel and Club, 92/1, Off Mira Bhayander Road, Mira Road East, Thane, Maharashtra 401107.

Website of the VenueClick this link

Date: 13th Oct-27th Oct, 2014. 14 Days. (1 day break in between the weeks).

Fee: Rs.84000. Early Bird till 31st Aug: Rs.70,000. (ISNS Practitioners gets 30% Discount from the Full Price). Outside India this same course fee starts from $4000-$6999.

For those opting to only join the 3 days Coaching Genius also known as Accessing Personal Genius, the course fee is Rs.20,000 for early bird and Rs.25,000 for the full fee.

Accommodation for Out-stationed candidates: GCC has great accommodation but if you want cheaper accommodation, there are various budget lodges as well and ladies PG. 

N.B: Our 7-8 days Practitioner is currently priced at Rs.65,000 + ST in Bangalore so this 14 days comes at the best price. 

Fee is inclusive of the Printed Manual which is $69.99, Lifetime Gold Sealed Certificate Fee,  E-book for Pre-study, Lunch, Teas and Snacks for 14 days and the cost of 3 International Licensed Trainers with a combined experience of more than 60 years.
These are secondary benefits and features of the certification:

1. Lifetime Meta NLP Master Practitioner/ Neuro Semantics Master Practitioner’s License from ISNS -USA-one of the top 3 Premier NLP Body in the world. Be recognized as a best trained Practitioner.

2.  Coaching Genius a.k.a “Accessing Personal Genius” Clearance from Meta Coach Foundation & ISNS –The Flagship Program of Neuro Semantics that qualifies you to attend the Meta NLP Master Practitioner.

3. A Participant’s manual of about 272 pages designed and written by Michael Hall and worth around $69.99 with 100 plus patterns and techniques.

4. Lunch, teas, and snacks for 14 days included.

5. Umbrella of credibility under ISNS and access to 3000 pages of Neuro Semantics articles and pages of materials from NS website, the only NLP Society that provides rich materials for free.

6. Post training support through e group membership at Neurons and becoming a part of ISNS chapter India.

7. Get to be trained and coached by 3 International Licensed Trainers.

8. Get lifetime months phone support and lifetime email support from the Trainer Romeo.

9. Get the Pre-requisite preparation ebook for free

10. The certification fee is included in the fee. Certificate is not charged separately.

11. Get to re-attend the course for FREE (bear only food cost) for enhancing your skill or incase you do not get clear the certification. 

12. 30% discount on our other gateway Programs like Inside Out Wealth, Self Actualization, Living Genius Workshops etc.

13. Be Qualified to become a NS-NLP Licensed Trainer or an ACMC Coach.

Neuro-Semantic NLP Master Practitioner Certification (Meta-Masters)

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Below is the actual Course content approved and accredited by the International Society of Neuro-Semantics (ISNS):
I: THE VISION OF MASTERYIntroduction to NLP Mastery: Mastering NLP, Your Top Ten Mastery States, Well-Formed Outcomes for Mastery, Circles of Excellence
II. MASTERY THROUGH META-STATES (3 days)“Accessing Personal Genius” 1) Introducing Meta-States as Levels of Mind: A Model of Reflexivity 2) Meta-Stating Learning: Accessing Accelerated Learning 3) Meta-Stating “Self:” Self-Acceptance, Appreciation & Awe 4) Meta-Stating “Confirmation” to create Beliefs, The Meta-Yes-ing Belief Change, “Submodalities” as Meta-Levels 5) Dragon Slaying & Taming: Meta-Stating Morbid States Higher Levels of Mind for “Genius” 1) Meta-Stating Concepts: The Neuro-Semantics of Human States 2) Meta-Stating Using the “As If” Frame: Meta-Stating the Concept of “Miracle” 3) Mind-to-Muscle Pattern 4) Meta-Stating Pleasure: Meta-Pleasuring (Happiness) Qualifying/ Texturing Genius States 1) Meta-Stating Intentionality: Taking an Intentional Stance with Our Highest Objectives 2) Meta-Stating Committed Focus: Accessing Your Personal Genius 3) Meta-Stating Integrity Beyond Language: “Spinning Icons” 4) Meta-Stating Congruence: Meta-Alignment and Integration note: The first 3 days is equivalent to the Meta-Coaching Module 2 – Accessing Personal Genius (APG)
III. MASTERY THROUGH TRANCE (3 days)Trance as a Meta-State Phenomena: The Meta-Levels as Trance, Inductions of Hypnotic Trances, Building Hypnotic Inductions Training Trance via Time-Lines: Fast and Slow Time, Spiraling Resources, Creating a New Life Narrative
IV. META-PROGRAMS MASTERY (3 days)Meta-Programs as Coalesced meta-states: Meta-Programs for “Figuring Out People”, Changing Meta-Programs, Using Meta-Programs
V: MASTERY THROUGH MIND-LINES (3 days)The Mind-Lines Model: Conversational Reframing Patterns for transforming meaning, 7 Directions to send a brain, 26 Reframing Patterns
VI. MODELING (3 days)Exploring the Structure of Experience: Modeling: the heart of NLP, Kinds of Modeling, Best States for Modeling, Tools for Modeling Submodalities: Meta-Levels, Unmasking Sbmd’s meta-levels, Using Sbmd for Mastering NLP Strategies for Modeling: The NLP-TOTE Model, Identifying, unpacking & replicating, Strategies of Excellence, Neuro-Semantics Modeling Cultural Modeling: Structure of “Cultural” Phenomena©2012 META MASTERS® L. Michael Hall, Ph.D.

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ISNS-USA International Licensed TRAINERS with a combined experience of over 60 years: 
NELSON NEGI
 Nelson
DIPTI NEGI &
dipti
ROMEO HAOKIP.
Romeo