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The following are the central principles of NLP, its beliefs.You do not have to believe they are true. They are called 'Presuppositions' because you pre-suppose them to be true and act as if they were. Basically, they form a set of ethical principles of life. Apply these principles in your life and see the change happens in your life. Read one by one, close your eyes and ask yourself - if this is true how do you feel inside...
·The Map is not the territory.
·People respond to their experience and not to reality itself.
·There is NO failure, only feedback, results and outcome.
·The meaning of communication is the response you get.
·Experience has a structure. Changing the quality of the structure changes the quality of experience itself.
·Having a choice is better than not having a choice.
·People make the best choice they can act that time.
·People work perfectly.
·All actions have a purpose.
·Every behavior has a positive intention.
·Quality of life depends on the quality of communication (internal & external). You are the Physical Manifestation of your Thoughts.
·The meaning of communication is not simply what you intended, but the response you get.
·We already have all the resources we need, or we can create them.
·Mind and body are one system. They are different expressions of one person.
·We process all information through our senses.
·Modelling successful performance leads to excellence.
·If you want to understand, act.
·If what you are doing is not working, do something different.
Posted 11th August 2008 From India, Madras


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