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Module 1: Ecology in Neurolinguistic Programming

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Outcome and Ecology in NLP - Frames

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dear friends we are going to discuss the various type of frames while discussingoutcome and ecology i have discussed ecology the various aspects of ecology and outcomebecause ecology is very important whenever we talk of neurolinguistic programming tomake the best out of a personality so what are these frames what do we mean by frameswhat are these different times of frame when we talk of outcome and ecologynow the frame is a word we use to define or describe the boundaries around an experienceor an event a kind of boundary that is the frame its another way in which we will filterour perceptions of our world based using our mental template or our internal representationsthis is usually outside of our conscious awareness like other filters that operates yet it createsautomatic ways of thinking about things there are different types of frames in nlpand we are going to discuss each of frame and we all know that what are these frameswhile discussing ecology and outcome now ecology frame this is an important frame because itis about maintaining integrity and creating win win situation for all concerned this frameis particularly important for a client ecology can be considered on four levels firstfor the individual second for their family or business third for their community andfourth for the planet because as we discussed ecology this surrounding the atmosphere andthe frame is the kind of mental template so whenever we talk of ecologic frame it isabout the win win situation for all concerned and at four level individual family communityand planets we can make it or we can apply it now the second is as if frame this is alsoa type of frame when we discuss the frames of neurolinguistic programming opens up theoption for the individual gives them an opportunity to explore what else is possible by actingas if that is hypothetical thinking they have already achieved their outcomein a number of nlp processes the as if frame takes the form of a visualization and actingas if is one of the first steps in modeling someone elses behavior while discussing neurolinguistic programming in previous lecture we discussed that flexibility is very importantthat is to say the behavioral flexibility if you give this option to your characterto your mental frame that if this does not work maybe some other work and you can usesome other possibility some other resources now as if frame fixed into that hypotheticallywhen a person individual is open and when it is opened the the aspect the characteris open then an opportunity is always there to use other resources if this is not thenit is and if it is then what will happen so in one of the first step is modeling someoneselses behavior as if frame is that important backtrack frame it is also one of the importantframe when someone is wandering bring them back on track that is the back track in afew minutes i am going to ask you to backtrack it reviews the information presented to checkfor understanding and also enhances rapo to be able to backtrack effectively you needto listen carefully to what others are saying suppose i am delivering a lecture in the classand i am delivering a talk on a particular topic well that goes on and on three fourfive six seven eight lectures to review all those i may use this backtrack frame so asto get the feedback from the listener and this is a good kind of therapy because ifyou go for backtrack frame suddenly you will get the feedback that they have in their mindso it is a kind of review kind of frame to get the things that is already there previouslynow evidence form this is style of framing it designed to determine a persons evidenceprocedures the observable evidence that a person uses to define whether or not a goalhas been successfully achieved this is obtained from sensory a specific language that describeswhat will be seen heard felt when the desired outcome is achieved by asking like questionsi mean what you are doing what you have earned what you have achieved these are the evidenceform if the client can show the evidence now evidence frame again so key frame in nlpthe purpose of this frame is to ensure that the outcome is grounded in reality by usinga sensory a specific evidence procedure this means is stating it in clear detail with whatwill be seen heard felt when an outcome has been achieved a good question for the nlpcoach to ask is how will you know you have it or what evidence will you accept that tellsyou that you have your outcome now contrast frame by asking a question likehow is this different from the current situation then as the nlp coach you are assisting theclient to access additional information through a contrastive perspective another good questionto ask is what is the alternative this leads the client to create other choices which canthen be assessed now again we can remember or we can recallthe very importance of behavioral flexibility there should be more scope to get more resourcesrelevancy frame the relevancy frame also known as a relevancy challenge is a specificallyintended to help keep communication flowing in a desired direction you can keep a personfocused on a preferred topic by asking question about how their comment a statement questionreply answer is relevant to the current goal of the meeting or interactionnow some example of the relevancy frames are how does that relate to the issues we arelooking at now what relationship does that have to the topic at hand positive frame positiveframing is a process of taking a negative or neutral experience and extracting the beneficialoutcome that resulted from the experience blame frame the blame frame uses contrastingexample as a way to assist others to understand the significance of new concepts the blameframe processes a series of questions that are problem oriented and lead to experiencesof limitations and lack of choice now these questions demand explanations ofwhy a person doesnt have what they want based on their existing excuses and justificationblame frame is important in a way so as to make or to highlight the limitations of aperson where a person i mean gets this kind of failure what are those factorsso it is really good to know the excuses and justification while applying this blame frameopen frame an open frame provides an opportunity for anyone to raise any comments or questionsabout the material that interests them this frame can promote inclusion and thereforebuild rapo with participants and can be applied in various situations such as in a trainingenvironment or in a meeting too backtrack frame that i have already discussedearlier but it is very important in the sense that it can be used to check agreement andunderstanding during and at the conclusion of a meeting to update a new arrival or torestart a discussion backtracking is accomplished by reviewing the available information usingthe key words and tonality of those who brought the information forward at the beginningnow each person filters information informations like official purposes like work purposeslike any feedback contrast frame a contrast frame is a comparison between two separatethoughts or ideas it is very again it is very important as the backtrack frame is importantor relevancy frame is important because a number frames are there to check the ecologyto get the outcome so it is a kind of comparison between twoseparate thoughts or ideas and used to make a comparison in which the opposite comparisonhas not been recognized and best example is what if i told you that we have charged onethousand dollar per day yet we arent going to charge you that we are only going to chargeyou i mean this is the contrast frame if this is like this and if this is the tussle betweenthe two and then the outcome what will happen to some extent it resembles it reflects asif flame also now we are discussed as if frame the anotheris what if frame the what if frame is based on the premise of pretending to believe somethingdifferent now again it is hypothetically as if frame hypothetically if i wear that ifi am that the what if frame also know as the as if frame is used to assist a person toconsider more ideas options and possibilities that they may not have otherwise consideredthe intention behind is that by facilitating that person in trying on those differentso in a way what if frame and as if frame go together or move side by side purpose frameas the name is purpose the very objectivity the purpose frame provides a way to satisfythe purpose of a persons request without necessarily giving them what they actually asked fornow a demonstration is there how to apply the purpose frame using two imaginary individualsupposed tom and jerry for example jerry will be using the purpose frame to address a requestmade by tom you can take two ah ah distinct persons with two different you know objectivityand then you can apply this frame on them to get the purposeful resultagreement form the agreement frame is a strategy to redirect a persons argumentative energyrather than attempting to overcome it the agreement frame can be called ah positiveframe so agreement frame one of the best methods to reduce resistance when communicating withpeople especially during negotiation as we all knowthat negotiation and persuasions are the two important factors of neurolinguistic programmingbased entirely on this that how to negotiate with a person and to persuade so as to geta positive agreement so the agreement frame takes one or more ofthe following form combination like i respect also i appreciate and i agree also and refrainfrom using i i that is the individualistic attitudenow ecology and outcome because while discussing all these frames as i discussed that frameis the mental template and this mental template forces you to move accordingly as a framewhat if frame for purpose frame positive frame negative frame backtrack frame relevancy framewhat ah what is the circumstance that you move on to achieve the best out of neurolinguisticprogramming so it is in context of the ecology and outcomeso ecology and out frames are important in considering neurolinguistic programming inorder to ensure that the impact of achieving the outcome is positive for the individualand that achieving it is congruent with all the overall goals and desired code of conductof the individual with a positive note for others frames are designed or a strategiesto train people in various situation now i would like to highlight a little moreon the outcome frame and ecology ah while discussing this meta concept of meta metadesign meta strategy and as in the previous lecture i discussed that the concept of metacorresponds with the first and the original neurolinguistic training that alfred korzybskiconducted in nineteen forties that was before the term meta because meta means beyond thatis that is that was before the term meta have been developedso he described and leveled these processes in a different way for instance instead ofgoing meta he talked about abstracting to a higher level instead of running and ecologycheck he talked about developing consciousness of abstracting instead of running your ownbrain he talked about taking control of and slowing down you have semantic reactions thatis meaningful reactions in different language but referring to the same mind body dynamicstructurally the meta state differ from primary states because they take into account metalevels of abstracting this is what makes their more complex layered and complicated it makesthem less driven by the sensory modalities and more by the higher modalitiesthis is so because meta states need the meta representational system of language to moveus to a higher logical level to abstract about the previous level this also explains theawesome power of both neurolinguistics programming meta model of language that allows us to deconstructthat is to unglue nonproductive meta state language abstraction that falsely erroneouslyin accurately or unchangingly construct realities and the milton model of hypnotic languagefor constructing gluing together empowering meta statethis means that when we engage in a strategy analysis that is checking with different framework with state that involve meta level that is modeling using meta level we need to incorporatenot only the horizontal and linearly structure analysis of traditional neurolinguistic programmingstrategies but also the meta structure when the brain goes to meta levels to access stateabout state now for today it is over the ecology the outcomeand the different frame because this is the final outcome of ecology and as i told youthat in neuro linguistic programming ecology is very important because you have to trainthe client and this ecology is very important for a coach for a trainer why it is importantbecause a coach or a trainer has to deal out the mental state of the client or the customeror the trainee now to dig out to find out the real mentalstate of the trainee or the client one has to go through all the states all the aspectsincluding the ecology check including the outcome realityso while going through the various frames from as if to what if the constructive thedestructive the positive the negative the hypnotic well we have to take care of themental frame of a particular client very seriously and edictally because neurolinguistic programrequires a good kind of concentration a mental dedication to train the nerves the stimulusof the brain with this word i just conclude todays sessionthank you very much