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    What is Hypnosis?

    People have been pondering and arguing over hypnosis for more than 200 years, but science has yet to fully explain how it actually happens. We see what a person does under hypnosis, but it isn't clear why he or she does it. This puzzle is really a small piece in a much bigger puzzle: how the human mind works. It's unlikely that scientists will arrive at a definitive explanation of the mind in the foreseeable future, so it's a good bet hypnosis will remain something of a mystery as well.
    But psychiatrists do understand the general characteristics of hypnosis, and they have some model of how it works. It is a trance state characterized by extreme suggestibility, relaxation and heightened imagination. It's not really like sleep, because the subject is alert the whole time. It is most often compared to daydreaming, or the feeling of "losing yourself" in a book or movie. You are fully conscious, but you tune out most of the stimuli around you. You focus intently on the subject at hand, to the near exclusion of any other thought.
    In the everyday trance of a daydream or movie, an imaginary world seems somewhat real to you, in the sense that it fully engages your emotions. Imaginary events can cause real fear, sadness or happiness, and you may even jolt in your seat if you are surprised by something (a monster leaping from the shadows, for example). Some researchers categorize all such trances as forms of self-hypnosis. Milton Erickson, the premier hypnotism expert of the 20th century, contended that people hypnotize themselves on a daily basis. But most psychiatrists focus on the trance state brought on by intentional relaxation and focusing exercises. This deep hypnosis is often compared to the relaxed mental state between wakefulness and sleep.
    Early Hypnohistory
    People have been entering hypnotic-type trances for thousands and thousands of years; various forms of meditation play an important role in many cultures' religions. But the scientific conception of hypnotism wasn't born until the late 1700s. The father of modern hypnotism is Franz Mesmer, an Austrian physician. Mesmer believed hypnosis to be a mystical force flowing from the hypnotist into the subject (he called it "animal magnetism"). Although critics quickly dismissed the magical element of his theory, Mesmer's assumption, that the power behind hypnosis came from the hypnotist and was in some way inflicted upon the subject, took hold for some time. Hypnosis was originally known as mesmerism, after Mesmer, and we still use its derivative, "mesmerize," today.
    In conventional hypnosis, you approach the suggestions of the hypnotist, or your own ideas, as if they were reality. If the hypnotist suggests that your tongue has swollen up to twice its size, you'll feel a sensation in your mouth and you may have trouble talking. If the hypnotist suggests that you are drinking a chocolate milkshake, you'll taste the milkshake and feel it cooling your mouth and throat. If the hypnotist suggests that you are afraid, you may feel panicky or start to sweat. But the entire time, you are aware that it's all imaginary. Essentially, you're "playing pretend" on an intense level, as kids do.
    In this special mental state, people feel uninhibited and relaxed. Presumably, this is because they tune out the worries and doubts that normally keep their actions in check. You might experience the same feeling while watching a movie: As you get engrossed in the plot, worries about your job, family, etc. fade away, until all you're thinking about is what's up on the screen.
    In this state, you are also highly suggestible. That is, when the hypnotist tells you do something, you'll probably embrace the idea completely. This is what makes stage hypnotist shows so entertaining. Normally reserved, sensible adults are suddenly walking around the stage clucking like chickens or singing at the top of their lungs. Fear of embarrassment seems to fly out the window. The subject's sense of safety and morality remain entrenched throughout the experience, however. A hypnotist can't get you to do anything you don't want to do.
    But what is it that makes this happen? In the next section, we'll look at the most widely accepted theory of what's going on when you become hypnotized.

    What is New Code NLP?

    A key factor that differentiates the New Code to the Classic Code is the utilisation of the unconscious in selecting the resources to bring about the change. Whereby in the Classic Code of NLP, the client consciously selects the resource, in the New Code a context is created where unconscious processes are utilised (with minimal conscious interference) to bring about the change.  The pattern that bridged the way for the New Code to emerge was the old six step reframe, the first NLP pattern to explicitly use an involuntary signal. Signal utilisation is one of many processes in the New Code which enables a client to connect directly with their unconscious mind.
    Unconscious processes when properly organised and constrained produce deep, long term ecological changes circumventing the limitations of consciousness.  New code corrects design flaws of the classic code. Some of the New Code operating principles are below
    1. The unconscious of the client is explicitly assigned the responsibility to select the critical elements – the desired state, the resource or new behaviors.
    2. The unconscious is explicitly involved in all critical steps.
    3. There are precise constraints placed upon the selection of new behavior(s) such that the new behaviors satisfy the original positive intentions of the behavior(s) to be changed.
    4. The manipulation occurs at the level of state and intention as opposed to the level of behavior.
    In New Code, resource states are created directly through participation in an activity, often a game that itself creates a high performance state. This high performance state has neither history nor content attached. Conversely, in the Classic Code,  when a historical state is used, lets say through anchoring, the process drags along with it historical connections, associations and additional material of no relevance to the context of application. In some cases there is hidden material that is problematic in the historical resource states that are brought to inadvertently to pollute the current context.
    New Code games activate neurological circuits that serve as the basis for changes in the context selected by the client.  The structure of the game is designed to ensure high performance states are present.
    The set of games or activities which lead naturally to the activation in the player of a content free, high performance state are based on the Chain of Excellence



    Performance is a function of state which can give you access to enormous resources at the unconscious level.  The most effective and straightforward way to activate such a state is through the manipulation of one’s physiology.  One of the most efficacious means for manipulating physiology is through the manipulation of breathing patterns. These elements are key features of New Code Games
    This chain is a set of leverage points to shift a portion of one’s experience.  Manipulation of breathing is the simplest leverage point leading to a corresponding shift in physiology and subsequently in state and performance.  The proposition that underlies the chain is an explicit rejection of Descartes ‘original sin’ – the split between mind and body – that the words mind and body as referring to separate entities are fictions or worse. 
    The chain of excellence suggests that our ability to perform with excellence has certain associated states involving specific physiology.  The connection between performance/behavior and underlying states with their associated physiologies is how we communicate non-verbally and makes calibration possible.  The chain of excellence is a strategy that recognises and systematically exploits the power and wisdom of the unconscious.

    The New Code Change format

    Experiences with these patterns of unconscious access seem to lead to what we now call the disciplined high performance state.  The new code change format induces the participant into a high performance state. In this state we are eschewing any expectations, freed of internal representations while attention is cleanly sensing contextual cues externally. All response patterns are equally accessible releasing to the unconscious the right and responsibility to select one of many practiced patterns during periods of preparation. The ability to suspend conscious filters without losing the benefits of the preparation is an advantage in the development and deployment of a know-nothing state.
    The change format in the new code is a single ordered sequence consisting of four simple steps. It is essential for a coach to calibrate the player.
    1. Select from 3rd position some context in which you would like a different quality of experience
    2. Without attempting to change anything – step into 1st position. See/hear/feel the situation.
                                  Separator State
    3. Play the game (e.g., the alphabet game, the NASA game) to enter high performance state
    4. At the end of the play (15 minutes or until the circuits are fully activated), the player without hesitation and most importantly without attempting consciously to influence the experience in any way steps back into the physical space where step 2 occurred – the same physical space during step 2.

    The New Code places an implicit emphasis upon neurological transforms (all the mappings that occur between stimulus/receptor contact and the point at which we gain first access, FA,) level of experience rather than all the transforms that occur subsequently – referred to as linguistic transforms, F2.

    First Access

    Linguistically mediated descriptions of the FA
    The domain of the application of NLP patterning is representations, pure and simple.  At the level of FA we are operating with representations – mental maps – never the world itself.  The application of NLP patterning is expressly the manipulation of such representations. 
    The New Code is a radical extension of the principle underlying calibration – the single most essential skill set for anyone wanting to use high quality NLP applications.  The New Code finally fulfills the promise of transforming the process of change into “generative change”.

    What Is NLP?

    NLP is used for personal development and for success in business. NLP is the practice of understanding how people organise their thinking, feeling, language and behaviour to produce the results they do. NLP provides people with a methodology to model outstanding performances achieved by geniuses and leaders in their field.
    A key element of NLP is that we form our unique internal mental maps of the world as a product of the way we filter and perceive information absorbed through our five senses from the world around us.


    Each individual has established their own unique mental filtering system for processing the millions of bits of data being absorbed through the senses. Our first mental map of the world is constituted of internal images, sounds, tactile awareness, internal sensations, tastes and smells that form as result of the neurological filtering process. The first mental map is called ‘First Access’ in NLP.
    We then assign personal meaning to the information being received from the world outside. We form our second mental map by assigning language to the internal images, sounds and feelings, tastes and smells, thus forming everyday conscious awareness. The second mental map is called the Linguistic Map (sometimes known as Linguistic Representation)
    The behavioural response that occurs as a result of neurological filtering processes and the subsequent linguistic map.

    NLP Origins

    Neuro Linguistic Programming began it’s life early in the 1970s when an Associate Professor from the University of California, Santa Cruz, John Grinder, teamed up with an undergraduate Richard Bandler. Both men had a fascination with human excellence which charted a path for them to model behavioural patterns of selected geniuses.
    Modelling is the core activity in NLP, and is the process of extricating and replicating the language structure and behavioural patterns of an individual who is excellent at a given activity.
    Grinder and Bandler began their NLP quest by modelling three people, Fritz Perls, Virginia Satir and Milton Erickson. These geniuses were outstanding as professional agents of change, working in the domain of therapy. All three geniuses, Perls, Satir and Erickson performed their magic from a perspective of unconscious excellence. The geniuses did not present Grinder and Bandler with a conscious description of their behaviour. The modellers (Grinder and Bandler) unconsciously absorbed the patterning inherent in the geniuses and then provided a description.
    With little direct knowledge of each of the geniuses speciality and little knowledge of the field of psychotherapy on the whole, Grinder and Bandler over a two year period set out with enthusiasm bordering on fervour, to explicate selected portions of the geniuses’ behaviour. They coded the results of their work in language-based models using the patterns of transformational grammar as the descriptive vocabulary. Through NLP Modelling Grinder and Bandler made explicit the tacit skills of the geniuses and NLP was born.
    The company that Grinder and Bandler were keeping in these heady days of the 1970s was a melting pot of enquiring minds seeking investigation into human behaviour. John Grinder was an associate professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz and Richard Bandler a fourth year undergraduate student. The world renowned anthropologist Gregory Bateson had joined the faculty at Kresge College, and such was Bateson’s interest in Grinder and Bandler’s collaboration he introduced Grinder and Bandler to Milton Erickson. Bateson provided support, feedback and his enthusiasm is in part captured in his introduction to the book Structure of Magic where he states “John Grinder and Richard Bandler have done something similar to what my colleagues and I attempted fifteen years ago.”
    In 1975 Grinder and Bandler presented the first two NLP models to the world in the volumes “Structure of Magic I and II.” The volumes published by the respected publishing house “Science and Behaviour Books inc” put NLP on the map and interest in the new field of NLP spread quickly. People in fields related to communication, behaviour and change sought to learn how they too could get amazing results when doing change work. Grinder and Bandler willingly offered training courses in the application of their models. The training courses Bandler and Grinder conducted - proved that the NLP models were transferable to others, meaning the learners could use the NLP models successfully in their own work.

    NLP Modelling, NLP Training, NLP Application

    So where NLP began it’s life as a means of modelling excellence, training courses soon became a very active part of the NLP adventure, followed by NLP application where NLP trained people apply their NLP tools for commercial and personal benefit.

    NLP Modelling

    NLP modelling is the art of making explicit the set of differences present in someone who is excellent at a given activity compared with someone who is mediocre at the same activity. NLP modelling is by far the highest skill level in NLP. NLP modelling can be used to capture patterns of excellence present in anyone in any context.
    Many companies in the NLP community put little or no emphasis on modelling. Michael Carroll attended an NLP course back in 1995 and was disappointed that the trainer openly admitted he ‘didn’t know much about modelling’. When Michael set up the NLP Academy he ensured modelling would be an integral part of the NLP Academy philosophy. Modelling is a major feature of our Master Practitioner Course. Modelling is also featured in the NLPedia Master Practitioner Study Set.
    Through the years John Grinder, has continued to develop his skills as a modeller. He stands head and shoulders above the rest of the field as a person who can capture the patterns of excellence inherent in any outstanding individual. John Grinder, with his partner Carmen Bostic St Clair, offer modelling trainings with The NLP Academy.

    NLP Training

    When the NLP developers began to share their knowledge, NLP Certification became available with other trainers. Thirty years after the NLP inception, modern day NLP training comes in all shapes and sizes, some excellent, some good, a lot of average and some decidedly poor. At the NLP Academy we are proud of our training record. The quality of NLP Academy Practitioners and Master Practitioners speaks volumes for our work. We are proud all the people who graduate with the NLP Academy and endeavour to support their future development. With the release of the NLPedia Study Sets, we stand alone as the only company in the UK offering genuine multi-sensory home learning packages that support the accelerated learning NLP certification courses. The Practitioner Training is now available as a Home Learning Diploma. Click here for details

    NLP Application

    An NLP Practitioner can employ his/her skills as an agent of change working with individuals, groups, or companies, or even global organisations and governments. As a technology, NLP has an amazing track record for instigating fast and efficient change in individuals and groups.
    Many people study NLP to help them become more effective in their chosen field. The patterns can be employed across a wide area of applications ranging from fields as diverse as education, team building, sales, marketing, personal development, leadership and coaching. Wherever there is human interaction and growth potential, NLP can be used to develop and enhance performance.

    NLP Modelling

    Coding patterns of genius
    The patterns of any genius can be replicated through modelling

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    The training of NLP patterning
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