Are you listening to me?
In this month’s practice session, we are focusing our attention on sensory acuity. What does that mean? I’m glad you asked.
Sensory acuity in NLP terms is when we can use our senses easily. Why would we need to do that? Because there is too much sensory information around us for our brains to handle so it deletes, generalizes and distorts information. Sometimes, it deletes information we need. So, we want the skills to be able to bring our attention to a particular sense so that we can stop our brain from deleting the information we need.
Let me give you an example. Say you’re listening to a salesman try to sell you a pair of shoes. When you ask him questions about those shoes, his voice shakes while he answers. How do you feel? You might wonder if the salesman is trying to hide something, right? Now, if your brain decided to delete that shaky voice because it didn’t think it was relevant to you, then you might end up with a really lousy pair of shoes. Who wants lousy shoes?
By practicing our sensory acuity we remind our brains what we want. We want to be able to see, hear and feel differences in other people as well as in ourselves.
This practice session will focus on our auditory sense. We will practice listening for differences in sound with other participants. It’s a fun game full of lots of laughter.
You do not need any knowledge of NLP to participate in this session. We will start the evening by explaining sensory acuity as well as the exercise so you can be comfortable participating and learning.
See you at the practice session!
Wednesday, October 7th
19:30-21:00 Demonstration & Practice
21:00-21:30 Discussion & FAQ about NLP
We serve light snacks and beverages –
*We are on the 2nd floor of Hard Rock Cafe in the Lion’s Den
We will no longer accept registrations without payment. Please be considerate of our time and money.