NEW CODE NLP
Pure High Performance
What is New Code NLP?
New Code NLP is the latest and most advanced development in the field of Neuro-Linguistic-Programming. NLP was recoded by John Grinder and associates for the explicit purpose of self application of these life enhancing techniques. This creates lasting change and further enhances growth for both the agent-of-change and their clients
Chain of Excellence
“ The motivations for the creation the New Code are multiple and include a recognition that the coding patterns I accomplished with Richard Bandler in the creation of NLP contained a number of serious flaws.
In the the late 70’s I noticed that a significant number of NLP trained practitioners who were stunningly effective in doing change work with clients yet these same practitioners had choose to, or lacked the choice to apply the patterns of NLP successfully to themselves. i therefore set out with the intention of designing a set of patterns that would both correct the coding flaws of the Classic code (roughly my collaborative work with Bandler from 1974 through 1978) that could not be effectively presented unless the presenter was congruent with self application”. —John Grinder
The Difference Between Classic code NLP and New Code NLP
(from Whispering in the Wind by Bostic/Grinder)
In the critique of the classic code we identified flaws that the New Code corrects. These flaws contrast maximally with the Six Step Reframing format that we are proposing creates the bridge from the Classic code to the New Code. In the New Code we find that:
The unconscious of the client is explicitly assigned the responsibility for the selection of the critical elements- the desired state, the resource, new behaviours;
The unconscious is explicitly involved in all critical steps;
There are precise constraints placed upon the selection of new Behaviour(s); more specifically, the new behaviour(s) must satisfy the original positive Intention(s) of the behaviour(s) to be changed;
The manipulation occurs at the level of state and intention as opposed at the level of behaviour.
Further, experiences with these patterns of unconscious access seem to lead to what we have come to call the disciplined know-nothing state.
One to the fundamental strategies behind the new code was to develop a set of activities or games which lead naturally to the activation in the player of a content free, high performance state.