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Pacing

Pacing is a rapport technique where you are matching and mirroring someone’s physiology, matching their voice tonality, and the words they use. When you are doing the same thing as the other person you are pacing them.

Book: Influencing With Integrity - Genie Z Laborde

Courses: NLP Practitioner Certification

Parts

The concept of parts suggests that, as we go through life, we may become fragmented at the unconscious level. When someone does this they experience internal conflict. They say things like, "On the one hand I want X, on the other I want Y", or "A part of me wants X, a part of me wants Y", or "I don't know why I did that, its just not me", or "I don't know why I did it, I wasn't myself". Parts are the cause of incongruency in the individual.

Book: Time Line Therapy® and the Basis of Personality - James & Woodsmall

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Parts Integration

A very powerful NLP techniques that enables someone to reintegrate a part hence gain more congruency and put an end to internal conflict.

Book: Time Line Therapy® and the Basis of Personality - James & Woodsmall

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Pattern Interrupt

A basic but powerful NLP technique where you interrupt the pattern of behaviour that is causing the person a problem. Eventually the interruption will become part of the pattern and the person will no longer be able to run the problem pattern.

Book: Unlimited Power - Tony Robbins

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Perceptual Positions

Perceptual positions is a useful technique for gaining new perspectives on problematic situations. There are three positions of perception; the first is associated viewing the event as if through your own eyes; the second is looking back at yourself from the perspective of the other person or persons involved in the event; the third is the perspective of a non involved observer.

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Phobia

A phobia is a fear, often the result of an early traumatic, highly associated experience. It is a severe unwanted response of fear regarding some person or event in the past. An unwanted negative response to which the client is highly associated and cannot function when experiencing the phobia.  One time learnt.

Precision Model

A version of the Meta Model in which deletions are challenged before generalisations before distortions. This is the opposite of the Meta Model which reduces its effectiveness.
Preferred Representational System
The representational system a person uses most often, the one they find the easiest to use, and the one they rely on in times of stress.

Book: The Magic of NLP Demystified - Lewis & Pucelik

Courses: NLP Practitioner Certification

Prime Concerns

We all have concerns in our life. A prime concern is one that spans all areas of your life. Quite often even though it affects all areas of the person's life, they do not know what it is consciously. For instance, is there something within you that holds you back and prevents you from being who you want to be, doing what you want to do, or having what you want to have but you don't know what it is? That could be a prime concern for you. If you were able to discover what it is and get rid of it, it would totally change your life, wouldn't it?

Book: Prime Concerns - James - Available from the office

Course: NLP Master Practitioner Certification

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