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Michael Hall

The Meta Place

Thursday 6th April - 17:00 - 20:30 (BST), inc break

Top Tip before attending Michael's session - Ask yourself 'What is this meta place - where do I find it for myself eg beliefs, values, permission...

Presentation details...

Meta is a space, a place.  

 

Meta is a very special place because it is there that we experience human life in the unique way that we do. It is there that we experience the uniqueness of being a person, aware of our self, and engaged in the human adventure. Meta is where that we create and invent “reality” as we perceive it and then, from there, live out that “reality.”    

 

Where is this meta place? It is in your mind.  It is not your brain, mind you, but your mind.  Your brain gives you the mechanism for creating it...the mysterious mechanism of self-reflexive consciousness.  

 

Beyond thinking and feeling, you reflect on your thinking and feeling, and at multiple levels to create your meta place.  As an infinite process, it never ends.  

 

We have lots of meta-terms for this meta place...beliefs, values, decisions, identities, expectations, permissions, and on and on.    

 

It's in the meta place that you do reality construction, it is where trauma and wounding occurs, it is where therapy and healing occurs, it is where the unleashing of potentials occurs, in fact, everything uniquely human comes from this place.  

 

Until now there's been no structure to this meta place, but now there is.

Learning outcomes...

Discover...

  • How the invisible meta place hides.  

 

  • How self-reflexivity creates it.  

 

  • How the meta place can go wrong.  

 

  • The processes for healing it.    

 

  • How to use the meta place as a tool for modelling, therapy, coaching.

About Michael...

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 71 books and completed 33 modelling projects.