The Ultimate NLP Home Study Course™ Contents

Audio Mp3 Topics (Manual Table of Contents follow this list)

How we learn - Flexibility, novelty, and practice

How we learn continued
Developing and maintaining positive states
The Mastery Loop™
Shortest NLP seminar in the world - Outcome, sensory acuity, feedback
and flexibility

The Mastery Loop™ and shortest NLP seminar continued
Questions, voice, and tonality
Spreading feelings and the power of laughter

The Mastery Loop™ continued
NLP is an attitude - developing positive attitude
We get what we focus on
People who do well in a program like this one

People who do well in a program like this one continued
More on how we learn - anchoring, location, context
Programming for what you want
Mental review and rehearsal
Keys to effective visualization
Why affirmations don't work
Asking questions to direct the brain

Questions continued
Self directed evolution/development
Accessing and anchoring delightfully powerful states/feelings

State Management continued
Using your voice and tonality to elicit responses
Mastering internal dialogue with Submodalities
Presuppositions of NLP
Internal cognition, internal state, external behavior

Logical levels
Choosing beliefs and attitudes
Naturally occurring anchors - state change
Resources - what are resources
Circle of excellence - building resource states

Circle of excellence continued
Eliciting powerful states/resources, contextualizing, and future pacing
Exercise - Circle of excellence
Ways to disassociate - different points of view

A taste of Submodalities
Scanning for your very best, amplifying, and associating fully
Exercise - Good and new
Resource triangle

Resource triangle continued
Exercise - Resource triangle
Getting unstuck
vocal practice - tonality

Principles of rapport
Clean open sensory channels
Sensory based vs. non sensory based description
Exercises - Calibration/sensory acuity

Calibration/sensory acuity continued
Exercises - Calibrating states/responses

Calibration/sensory acuity continued
Exercises - Calibrating and anchoring states

Our experience of consciousness - deletion, distortion, generalization
Matching for rapport
Representational systems distinctions

Representational systems continued
Exercises - Representation systems
Overlapping representational systems

Representational systems
Matching and translating predicates
Exercise - Congruity in representational systems
Exercise - Anchoring a resource state

Anchoring continued
Exercise - Adding a resource to another context
Exercise -  Matching and Mirroring

Rapport continued
Exercise - Pacing and leading physiology
Exercise - Pacing vocal qualities

Rapport continued
Perceptual positions
Exercise - Deep rapport

Rapport and perceptual positions continued

Submodalities continued
Exercise - Contrastive analysis and mapping across
Designing your experience with Submodalities

Submodalities and contrastive analysis continued
Timelines/linear patterns
Exercise - Re-coding an experience

Timelines/linear patterns continued
Multiple timelines
Various ways of relating to, adjusting, and experiencing time

Time and timelines continued
Designing and organizing your experience with timelines
Exercise - Motivation with Submodalities
Future pacing
Swish pattern

Swish pattern continued
Exercise - Swish pattern
Compulsion swish pattern

Compulsion swish pattern continued
Exercise - Compulsion swish pattern
Compulsion blowout and threshold patterns
Phobia cure
Exercise - Phobia cure

Confusion to understanding
Exercise - Confusion to understanding
Structure of Beliefs

Beliefs continued
Exercise - Belief change pattern
Collapsing anchors
Exercise - Collapsing anchors
Visual squash
Exercise - Visual squash

Similarities among techniques
Rapport revisited
Exercise - matching tonality and tempo
Principles of rapport
Peripheral vision to Calibrate movement and relationship
Exercise - Calibrating with peripheral vision
Rapport at a distance

Structure, function, and utilization of values
Exercise - Values elicitation
Exercise - Pacing values cross-contextually

Values continued
Exercise - Values hierarchy
Structure, function, and utilization of criteria and rules

Values, criteria, and rules continued

Values, criteria, and rules continued
Placebo and nocebo effect
Values, criteria, and rules in relation to the Meta-model

Exploring and working with networks/clusters of beliefs

Networks/clusters of beliefs continued
Cultivating the habits and attitudes that make your work effective

Blame frame vs. Outcome frame
Well-formed outcomes

Well-formed outcomes

Well formed outcome continued
Exercise - setting well-formed outcomes
Goals vs. Outcomes

Exploring the structure, function, and utilization beliefs

Exploring the structure, function, and utilization beliefs continued
Learning and powerful, elegant use of Meta/Milton Model patterns

Meta/Milton Model patterns continued
How language functions in the brain
Exercise - Generating Meta/Milton Model patterns

New behavior generator - a method for modeling behavior

New behavior generator continued
Exercise - New behavior generator
More on using language patterns to direct attention and create experiences
Exercise - Pacing and leading statements

Language patterns continued
Learning the principles of directing

Language patterns continued
Exercises - Generating language patterns

Language patterns continued
Practicing to become even more elegant, refined, and skilled
Keys to effective embedded commands

Language patterns continued
Exercise - Telling stories

Describing, eliciting, amplifying, and attaching states
Describing and designing states from the inside out

Describing and designing states from the inside out continued
Rex's Rules

Describing, eliciting, amplifying, and attaching states continued
Exercise - Eliciting states with language

Language patterns and state elicitation continued
More on embedded commands
Importance of language patterns when doing techniques

Language patterns continued
Rectos principles for influence
Integrating skills - Making NLP work for you

Integrating skills - Making NLP work for you continued
Exercise - Powerful states
Mental attitude

Integrating skills - Making NLP work for you continued
Time distortion
Future pacing + planning = focusing your mind
Paying attention to organ language
Programming for success
Using NLP in your everyday life

Using NLP in your everyday life continued
Exercise - Palm reading
Exercise - Hypnotic suggestions
Knowing your purpose

Exercise - Hypnotic language and future pacing
Integrating - tying it together
Quick relaxation and trance
Handshake interrupt

Trance continued
Review and practice tip
Behavioral complex equivalences

Behavioral complex equivalences
Exercise - Behavioral complex equivalences
Discussion of rapport and modeling
Tip for home practice

Listing resources
Exercise - Anchoring gifts
Prioritizing and respecting others
Re-entering the world

Bonus Audio 1

Attitude Activator (2 Mp3s)
Think of this program as a guide for designing the attitudes that are
uniquely right for you. The Attitude Activator is uniquely designed to
use the most sophisticated advancements in mind/brain research,
universal sounds/tones, and hypnotic processing. Because this audio program activates both hemispheres of the brain, you will hear multiple
voices, sounds and music coming from various directions. All of these
sounds are carefully sequenced to lead you through a series of
emotional states. A $49 value

Bonus Audio 2 (2 Mp3s)

Guided Visualization / Elevator Trance
At the end of a session for the the day, it’s time for you to grab the Guided Visualization audio, put on a pair of headphones, find a comfortable place to sit or lay down and listen to the tape. Recorded live, the Guided Visualization audio is provided to assist you in finding and collecting resources. You will use these resources during the exercises given on the audio tapes. A $35 value.

Manual Table of Contents
Welcome 5
Special Thanks 6
Contents Of Audio Program 1 - 60 7
Your Trainer, Rex Steven Sikes 12
IDEA Seminars, Inc. 13
Mind Design™ 14
The Mastery Loop™ 19
Cross-Crawling - Educational Kinesiology 20
Cross-Crawl Exercises 20
What is NLP? The Short Definition 21
What Is NLP? The Long Definition 22
The Framework of Neuro Linguistic Programming 28
Techniques vs. Learning the NLP Methodology 29
The Shortest NLP Seminar In The World 29
Perceptual Positions 29
Diagram Of The Brain 30
The NLP Model For How The Brain Works 31
Why Affirmations Don't Work 33
Why Traditional Visualization Doesn't Work 36
The Expert Communicator 38
Responsible Communication 42
Pattern Interrupts Or Break State 43
Exercise - Calibrate a Friend 44
Exercise - Calibrate Yes and No 44
Exercise - Calibrate State Changes 45
Exercise - Increasing Visual Acuity 45
Exercise - Increasing Kinesthetic Acuity 46
Exercise - Increasing Auditory Acuity 46
Pacing Statement 47
Calibration and Sensory Specific Information 48
Exercise - Mind Reading vs. Sensory Acuity 49
Exercise - Calibrating to State Changes 49
Exercise - "Think of Someone You Like" Visual Sensory Acuity 49
Exercise - Calibrating Yes and No 50
Exercise - "Think of someone you like" Auditory Sensory Acuity. 50
Exercise - Guiding Another Person Into An Experience While Calibrating. 51
Exercise - Sensory Based Language Drill 51
The Representational Systems 53
Eye Accessing Chart 55
Eye Accessing Chart 56
Characteristics Of Visual People 57
Characteristics of Auditory People 59
Characteristics of Kinesthetic People 61
External Indicators of Internal Representations 64
Predicates: The Three Languages Inside of English 65
Leading with Persuasive Language 66
Rep System Exercises 69
Exercise, Part A -  VAKOG 69
Exercise, Part B - Matching and Translating 69
Exercise, Part C - Representational Systems 69
Exercise - Natural Language Predicates 70
Exercise - Matching Predicates 70
Exercise - Overlapping Systems Predicates 71
Exercise - Match/ Mismatch/Match representational predicates. 71
Exercise - Match representational sentences 71
Exercise - Match and translate predicate sentences. 71
Rapport: Pacing and Leading 72
Exercise - Leading 77
Exercise - Matching Body Posture and Breathing 77
Exercise - Matching Emotional State 77
Exercise - Matching Chunk Size 78
Exercise - Matching Values and Leading 78
Practice Session - Rapport 79
Value Elicitation, Criteria and Pacing 80
Anchoring: Accessing And Re-Accessing States 81
Stacking Anchors 84
Collapse Anchor 84
Goals And Outcomes 85
Blame Frame vs. Outcome Frame 88
Well-Formed Outcome 89
Practice Session 1 - Well-Formed Outcomes 90
Practice Session 2 - Well Formed Outcomes 92
Submodalities 93
Elicitation Hints 96
Exercise - Elicitation and Submodalities 96
Association and Disassociation 97
The Circle of Excellence 98
Submodality Interventions 99
Practice Session - Submodalities and Anchoring 100
Introduction To NLP Techniques For Personal Change 101
The Resource Triangle 102
The Swish Pattern 103
Confusion to Understanding 104
Using Someone Else’s Learning Style 105
Beliefs 106
Changing Beliefs 107
Visual Squash or Parts Negotiation 108
Fast Phobia Cure 109
Timeline Version of Change Personal History 111
Timeline: Eliminating a Limiting Decision 113
New Behavior Generator 114
Compulsion Blowout 115
Replacing Old Compulsions 115
The Compulsion Swish Pattern 115
Watch Your Language! 116
Rex's Rules 117
The Art of Using Language Patterns 120
The Milton Model 123
The Milton Model Patterns 124
Presuppositions 126
Some Useful Presuppositions 129
Exercise - Presuppositions 130
Exercise - Presuppositions or Mind Reading 131
Exercise - Determining Presuppositions 131
Exercise - Finding Presuppositions in Statements 132
Exercise - Back Tracking Through Experience 132
Exercise - Forming and Recognizing Presupposition Patterns 132
Exercise - Utilizing Presuppositions in Changing States 132
Exercise - Generating Conversational Postulates 133
Exercise - Generating Embedded Commands and Embedded Questions 133
Exercise - Integrating the Patterns 133
Exercise - Practice in Hypnotic Language Patterns 133
Exercise Generating Hypnotic Language Patterns 133
Exercise - Inducing Altered State Using Milton Model Patterns Exercise
Seventeen 134
Exercise - Double Induction Using Hypnotic Patterns Exercise Eighteen 134
Exercise - Handshake Interrupt 134
Exercise - Writing Language Patterns 135
Practice Session - Recognizing Language Patterns 136
Practice Session - Writing Language Patterns 139
Meta Model And Milton Model 140
The Meta Model 141
Meta Model Patterns 142
The Meta Model and General Modeling 145
Tips for Using the Meta Model Elegantly 146
Exercise - Generating Meta Model Distinctions, Part A 146
Exercise - Generating Meta Model Distinctions , Part B 146
Exercise - Generating Meta Model Distinctions, Part C 147
Exercise - Cause / Effect or Complex Equivalence 147
Exercise- Generating and Responding to Meta Model Distinctions 147
Exercise- Cause and Effect; Complex Equivalence 148
Practice Session - Identifying and Responding Using the Meta Model
Distinctions 149
Exercise -  Behavioral Cause & Effect; Complex Equivalence 159
Practice Session for Continuing Development 160
Submodalities Worksheet 161
Submodalities Worksheet 162
Submodalities Worksheet 163

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