Interesting book but rather clinical and I have a habit of picking it up and then putting it down for a few days so that when I pick it back up again I have to re-read what I already read to get back in the right "mind frame". Tools for therapists using feedback loops: auditory, visual, kinesthetic. The text itself has been deconstructed. Change the way you see, hear, feel, and imagine the world you live in. It's an Esalen workshop. Richard Bandler , John Grinder.
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Written in it was one of their first books and is a useful classic 30 odd years later. By studying people who are unusually talented, you can determine the structure of that talent and then teach it to others as a foundation. The function of modeling is to arrive at descriptions, which are useful — does it work or not? Can we get the same results as the person we modeled?
Many therapists and other communicators are unsuccessful because they mismatch representational systems. Words bring into your consciousness certain parts of your experience and not other parts. When you learn a language, you inherit the wisdom and otherwise of the people who have gone before you. There is a difference between what we experience and how we represent it. Our words connect to our experiences. When people look up they are making pictures internally.
Most right-handed people look up and to the left for remembered images, and up and to their right for constructed images. People give you information about what they are doing non-verbally.
We learn to pay attention to certain pieces. We are all capable of noticing other aspects, for example tiny changes in skin color. The way you motivate yourself may have the same structure as jealousy — you make a picture of what you want that feels good and then tell yourself how to make that picture come true. Most learning disabilities are functions of the education system. All good spellers have the same formal strategy. They see a remembered image of the word they want to spell, and they know whether it is accurate by a kinesthetic check at the midline.
If you have different brain organization than most other people, you will have novel behavior. If you have the sensory refinements to discover the specific steps in the process the person uses to create an unuseful response they want to change, it gives you multiple points of intervention. Anything that changes the representational system, pattern or sequence will make the response they are stuck in no longer possible.
Once you know the steps, you can reverse the order, change the content, insert a new piece, or delete a step. The element in the system with the widest range of variability will be the controlling element. Many professional codes limit behavior. The interesting thing about some things that are not professional is that they work. Most mental patients are very good at acting weird and eliciting responses from people. People in mental institutions can tell you why they are the way they are, where it came from and how they stay unwell.
Mirroring is the essence of rapport, i. Once you have paced, you can lead the person into new behavior by changing what you are doing. Pacing someone gives you rapport and trust and enables you to use their reality to change it.
Choice is having multiple responses to the same stimulus. Bridging uses stimulus conditioning — make the trigger i. Personal history is a myth; therefore, we can use it as a resource instead of a set of limitations. We can even generate an appropriate personal history through dreams.
Changing personal history is going back into your history and adding resources. Somewhere in our experience, we have an appropriate resource we can transfer. Words, postures and gestures can anchor us. Buildings and rooms can be anchors. Couples get into trouble because the response they want from the other is different from the one they actually get.
Instead of creating pleasant anchors through touch when they are happy, couples usually anchor each other into unpleasant states. Reframing — contacting the part responsible for a behavior and dealing with the secondary gain its outcome. Sometimes a part organizes a behavior to do something and forgets why. It gets caught up in resisting your attempts to stop it. When behavior is disruptive, it is best to use it rather than try to stop it.
You can even use this process with physiological symptom. Alcohol and drugs are anchors. You need to take care of the secondary gain what you get from them or some other thing will replace them. Once you have found effective ways to get the secondary gain then you anchor something else to take the place of the alcohol or drug stimulus.
With opposing views, you can reframe the two responses as alternate ways of getting an agreeable outcome. When both agree, the focus then becomes the most effective efficient way to get that outcome.
Frogs into Princes – Neuro Linguistic Programming
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