- Introduction to NLP Presuppositions Part 1 of 4
- Introduction to NLP Presuppositions Part 2 of 4
- Introduction to NLP Presuppositions Part 3 of 4
- Introduction to NLP Presuppositions Part 4 of 4
Hello everyone. My name is Umar Hameed and I run the Baltimore Washington Institute of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. What I want to share with you today are the NLP Presuppositions.
I'm going to break this up into four videos. This is video number three, we'll be covering Presuppositions, 9, 10, 11 and 12.
Presupposition number nine, you're always communicating. When we communicate, we use words how we say those words, the tone we're using in our body language. So even when you're being silent, people are looking at your body language to get subtle clues.
Presupposition number 10 everybody has all the resources they need. Now what that means in English is this is that let's say you are depressed, but 17 years ago, for three seconds, you smiled and you felt really good. Well, you have that resource within you right? You're not able to bring it up right now. But with the aid of an NLP practitioner, like you, perhaps they'd be able to do that.
Additionally, it's a mindset thing, right? If you believe that you've got all the resources within you and you just need to figure out how to get at them how to use them, it changes the world, right? rather than I don't know how to do this. This presupposition gives you the resources you need to get it done.
Presupposition 11 there are no helpless people, only helpless states. What that means in English is this with the right state of mind, you can do anything you want.
Presupposition number 12 resistance is a sign of poor rapport. When you have a high degree of rapport with someone, their resistance goes down because they connect with you in a deeper way to be a great practitioner. One of the key skills is building rapport with your clients. This is where magic happens.
Now find part four of this video series to get the last four presuppositions.