Hello guyyyys! feels like it's been years since I last wrote here. Ahahahaha. Ok, well you might have known that in the last post I wrote a post about NLP? Yes, this one is the continuance of that post. Keep reading! :)
Hello, we're in part two right now. On the previous post we've talked about what NLP actually is. In chapter two, we'l learn about what makes NLP. NLP.
There are four essential aspects of NLP that we need to pay attention to. They are called Four Pillars.
First Pillar: Outcome
Outcome is the target, the one we called 'goal'. It is the result of what we want. To know what our outcome is/are, we first must know what we want.
When we know what we want, our energy will be focused on how to get it; we will gain sources to make it happen, to reach it.
Second Pillar: Sensory Aquity
Sensory aquity is the ability to observe things--with details. This pillar is important in NLP, because by developing our sensory aquity we will be able to know what actually happens around us and how to act/react through it. And we also will be able to know what others think and solve things well.
Third Pillar: Behavioral Flexibility
After knowing what we want and observing what's happening around us, we can develop our ability to act through changes that happen in everyday life--in almost everything. Again, it's how we respond.
Fourth Pillar: Rapport
Sometimes tyo achive things in life we need others' help. This is what 'rapport' is all about. After knowing what we want, we develop our sensibility with what happens around us and we develop our ability to respond rightly. Rapport is the ability to communicate better by mirroring someone's type of words and synchronizing their body language, so that they will feel comfortable being around us--in the end this helps us getting closer to what we reach.
Besides the Four Pillars, NLP also has Neurological Levels. Developed by Robert Dilts, Neurological Levels is used to make us easier to get what we want. From the lowest to the highest: Environment (the externalenvironment), Behavior (what we say and do), Capability (our skills and what we're capable of), Values and Beliefs (what we belive in and what matters most for us), Identity (who we are) and Spiritual level (our bigger purpose in life).
And also, NLP has some kinds of principles, they are usually called Presuppositions. There are lots of them but I'd like to share with you the most important ones (for me, haha. But i think we all can relate to them all).
The Map is Not The Territory
Our perception about the world is not what the world actually is.
The Meaning of the Communication is the Respond We Got
well then, to know whether our way of communication to someone succeeds or not we can look on how it ends--does it make you reach your outcome/ :)
People Choose the Best Choice from the Choices They Have
Whatever you tink about a person when they choose to do something--no matter how weird or silly or unusual their choice might be--remember that they surely have chosen their best choice--from their perspective of course.
There's No Such Thing as Failure, Only Feedback
Well then, we succeed and we fail. We fail and we succeed. When we don't accomplish things the way they should be accomplished, remember that it's a feedback for us to do it better next time--or to search for another way. :)
We already Have the Sources to Achieve What We Want, It's All Inside Us
Let's explore ourselves more for things we never do yet--and find out how fun it is to do it!
Next --> Do you rrrealllyyy want to know what others think just by looking at their eyes? Let's find out!!