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What are values?

Values are those things in our lives that are important to us. They form the basis on which we make decisions and they control all human behaviour. They provide:

  • The motivation to approach or avoid certain things.
  • The evaluation on what we have done. Was it good or bad, beautiful or ugly, was valuable or did it actually loose value?
In the NLP Communication model values are found in our unconscious filters.

Our values indicate why and for whom we want to work for, which relationships we take on and where we live. They decide what car we drive, the clothes we buy and the restaurant we eat in.

In the NLP Master Practitioner learning about values contains:
  1. Eliciting conscious and unconscious values
  2. Place unconscious values in heirarchy
  3. Change values - Changing a value in heirarchy, can by done by eliciting the submodalities, and use the Mapping Across technique.

The eliciting values process can helps you discover whether your values are met, and gives insights in the cause of argues. By asking the following questions:

  • What do you think is important in a given situation?
  • What is it to you?
  • What do you particularly look for?
  • What should go well?
  • What should not go wrong?

There are so many things of importance to us, that it is useful to consider how your values relate to each other. Because they are associated with the context, the values used in your work are different to those in personal relationships. We can use the subject values to further examine the extent to which you are involved in your work or a group of people.

Values are nominalisations and can be interpreted by other people in a totally different way. (The map is not the territory Alfred Korzybski). The value "competence" means for one perhaps "a task completed successfully" and for another one "the feeling of being capable, if your attention is on that target".
Other examples of nominalisations are: respect, freedom, appreciation, love, etc.

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