With Charles Faulkner
offers advanced courses in the underlying principles and perceptions of
the various models of human experience that make up Neuro-Linguistic Programming
(NLP). Move beyond NLP techniques and history into the perceptual unity
within (and between) each of its models. For counsellors this means being
able to "see" the structure of client difficulties. For consultants this
provides interventions with no discernible techniques. For change agents
these are fully scalable instruments and interventions - applicable to individuals
and organisations alike.
This is the first course in Charles' advanced programme.
Why this course is special?
Each person sorts for different types of information through the senses.
Meta-programmes are the deeper, more fundamental and wholly unconscious
filters to our perception. How we run our meta-programmes shapes our experience
of life. Currently, meta-programmes are taught as either an amorphous catch-all
category or a small number of patterns primarily for business (usually only
14 of an estimated 60 key distinctions). In answer to this, Charles is offering
full-on, intensive study of meta-programmes.
What you will learn:
- What really makes a meta-programme. Learn the bio-phenomenological
basis of each meta-programme category (and how to use this knowledge for
- How meta-programmes distinctions are at the base of each of the NLP
models. For example, the sub-modalities distinction of location (of a
sight, a sound or a feeling) is made up of the meta-programmes of perceptual
position, chunk size, and direction that function across representational
- How meta-programmes interact with each other. For example, the sub-modalities
distinction of location is directly related to spatial anchoring. Increasing
the distinctions in one NLP model will increase the distinctions in the
other via the underlying meta-programmes. Further, meta-programmes affect
the form of one's values, beliefs, and even identity.
- Learn how certain meta-programme configurations can limit the effectiveness
of change techniques. Use this knowledge to identify the optimal change
- How the Content meta-programmes influence the category of one's desires
and how other meta-programmes can limit one's range of action and flexibility.
- How to Model with the full meta-programmes. Learn advanced elicitation
techniques including analogue and digital (words) cues as well as their
number, order, and intensity. Discover which meta-programmes function
for each strategy (Motivation, Decision, Conviction) and in which part
of which T.O.T.E.
- HOW TO CHANGE META-PROGRAMMES. Thought too difficult or impossible,
this limiting assumption will be taken apart with demonstrations and techniques
in no less than five different categories of change processes.
About the Trainer
What people are saying
"Charles is one of the most innovative people working in NLP. His understanding
of the theoretical underpinings of NLP is the deepest of any trainer I know."
Lara Ewing, International Consultant & NLP Trainer
"Charles is a natural resource for NLP and clearly one of its leading
thinkers. I have a tremendous respect for Charles' brilliance and know whatever
he is doing will be part of the next emerging technology and bound to lead
us to new ground." Gerry Schmidt, NLP Comprehensive Senior Trainer
"Charles' work (Perceptual Cybernetics) is to NLP what NLP has been
to communications in general." Michael Hemmelgard, Master Practitioner
Co-owner, NLP Books
"Charles did more to enhance my ability to understand and work with
NLP than seven NLP Practitioner and advanced trainings including assisting
and coordinating" Larry Westenberg, Master Practitioner & Certified
Pre-requisite: Master Practitioner or Practitioner with further
study of meta-programmes.
Venue: Central London