Meta-States Model: Mindfulness to Modeling

with Michael Hall

Saturday 16th May 2020

11.30am - 1.30pm

Overview

When you think about, experience, and/or model the special kind of consciousness that we humans have - self-reflexivity of consciousness, you are working with states-about-states, Meta-States. This gives you the structure of Mindfulness, the ability to construct logical levels to support your most optimal states, the ability to model complex states and experiences, and much more. The Meta-States Model was discovered while modeling “resilience” (1990-1994) and powerfully explains the hidden frames behind most of the NLP models and patterns - how they actually work.  Also, to model complex states requires working with many variables over time (e.g., resilience, leadership, health, etc.). Discover how to access high quality states of mindfulness and advanced modeling of systemic states.

You will learn...

  • how to access and work with self-reflexive consciousness for higher levels of resourcefulfness.

  • how to access states of mindfulness for expanded perspective.

  • the art of texturing the quality of your states.  

  • advanced modeling of complex states/experiences.

  • the model that has given depth and quality to all of the basic NLP patterns and processes.                  

About Michael

L. Michael Hall, Ph.D. learned NLP from Richard Bandler and worked with Richard several years before discovering the Meta-States Model. He launched Neuro-Semantic NLP in 1995 which is now in 68 countries with over 500 Trainers, a prolific author of many best selling books in NLP, he initiated the NLP Leadership Summit with Frank Pucelik in 2012. He has authored over 58 books and completed 27 modeling projects.

www.neurosemantics.com

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