NLP in the Wild May 2014: An adventure in NLP: A Morning at The British Museum
NLP in The Wild: A Morning at The British Museum
Friday, 13 June 2014 from 09:45 to 13:15 (BST)
"I have loved the British Museum since childhood and visit at least once a year. I'm constantly amazed and deeply moved by the richness and mystery of world history and culture that is displayed there. It's a place to expand your mind and deepen your sense of the human potential to create and recreate our worlds." Judith Lowe
This innovative 1/2 day programme is part of a new series of master classes in 2014, aimed at inspiring and developing NLP Trainers, Masters and Practitioners, to further develop and expand their skills and knowledge. Join Judith Lowe on this unique 'away day' at the British Museum, specially designed to expand and enrich your Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).
We will be exploring together, in the amazing, beautiful galleries and displays of the museum - with group discussions and observational, experiential discovery activities using specific NLP approaches and tools.
We will focus on three main topics;
- Maps and territory; the art of categorisation - deletion, distortion, generalisation
- Looking through NLP eyes; meta programmes, submodalities and beliefs in culture
- Symbolic thought and the unconscious; cultural, historical artefacts as inspiration and healing.
The British Museum is one of the worlds most educational and inspirational museums. It's the essential cultural, historical collection for many top artists, designers, philosophers, historians and teachers to inspire and widen their professional practice.
Sigmund Freud and many other key psychologists and healers have been intrigued and touched by objects from the past which resonated for them. Gregory Bateson, one of NLPs original model creators and mentors, was fascinated by the art and artistry in different cultures.
In this rich environment, packed with the treasures of world history, we will engage with multiple forms of thought, representation and communication.
Come and develop your mental flexibility, challenge your visual acuity, discover your own deep cultural biases and assumptions by contrast with others, and much, much more, with a friendly, small group of NLPers, led by one of NLP's most innovative and exciting teachers.
In order to get the most out of the day it is advisable that you have some NLP (practitioner level) experience, if you are unsure please email to ask.