Aspects of Modern Neurolinguistic compared to the Tibetan point of view

The basis

What NLP and related sciences say, is that we don't perceive the reality as it is, but instead through our senses and filters. This point of view meet the tibetan point of view, that point out the existence of a relative truth. 

The tibetan point of view recognize that we filter our reality, and what we see depends on how we perceive it.

An other interesting point is the concept of structure.

In NLP we say that the structure of perception influences the reality perceived. From a tibetan point of view we could say that all what we see are interdependant things, and what we believe to perceive is just their interdependency.

The two points of view correlate. 

The path is to arrive to an absolute truth. This is a concept not present in NLP. In Tibetan approaches from centuries this is a Quest.

Two related systems

We think that modern neurosciences can say a lot about on the level of the relative truth: how we perceive, and how this is relative. The tibetan system can bring a more wholistic approach, and give a sense and a direction to the western quest.

For this aim, we have studied also the ancient european and Sufi esoteric system, in order to find some interesting ways of observing the world.