NLP and presuppositions
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NLP and presuppositions

NLP and presuppositions.

Presuppositions are belifs we hold in our thoughts about a subject matter. Something we presuppose to be true.

Eg. "There is no such thing as failure, only feedback"

"The meaning of your communication is the response that you get"

"I am fat"

"I am thin"

- Nlp Presuppositions, Part 1
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- Nlp Reframing - Slight Of Mouth Patterns For The Modern Jedi
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- There Is No Such Thing As "failure".
There Is No Failure, Only Outcome / Feedback. This is one of many presuppositions of NLP. A "presupposition" is a generalization of an occurrence of an event that hold true universally most of the time. If each of us embark on a mindset applying this...

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