I am presenting at the 2016 NLP conference on Sunday 17th April 4.30pm-6pm.
Be More Creative: NLP Tools for understanding your creativity
‘Creativity as the Conversation between your Conscious and Unconscious Minds’
Creativity exists within all of us as a process. This process is a product of each individual’s map, so an artist’s map may be different to that of a scientist. There is no right or wrong way to ‘do’ creativity – it all depends on what context you are using it for. By being given the tools to model your own creative processes, you can learn to consciously understand your own map and how to incorporate more creativity into your everyday life. You’ll experience how your creative process can be ignited when your cognitive, somatic and field minds are communicating and you’ll explore ways to practice this for yourself. You’ll also experience ‘trying on’ different creative maps, utilising embodied (somatic and cognitive) metaphors, giving you the tools to enrich and expand your own creativity.What would an artist paint if they used a scientist’s map of creativity? Come along and find out!
The outcomes of this session are for the participants to explore the following NLP tools:
This workshop references and explores the work of Stephen Gilligan, Iain McGilchrist and the work of neuroscientist Louis Cozolino, exploring how they relate to the map of NLP as applied to understanding and exploring the creative process.