Category: NLP Related articles

Modalities and Submodalities

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As individuals we are experiencing external events through our five senses: seeing, hearing, touching, smelling and tasting. Our five senses creates Internal Representation system (IR) also known as MODALITY which is unique for each individual. These modalities are: V    Visual A     Auditory K     Kinesthetic O    Oflaktory G     Gusatory All of the representational systems have qualities. These qualities in NLP terms are known as submodalities. They are components of representational systems.  Submodalities are how we structure our experience.  When we want to
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Neurological Levels

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The model of Neurogical Levels is created by Robert Dilts. The model of Neurogical Levels includes these levels Environment (questions where?, when?). On this level individual should answer following questions:• Where the event happens• Who where there• When I happensBehaviour (main queston What?). The individual should answer• What are you doing• Which action did you takeCompetence/abilities (main question How?) Other questions are• Are you able to do this?• Are you competent? Do you have skills/.•
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Language patterns of Milton Model

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Milton model refers to a set of linguistic patterns derived by Milton Erickson, the father of modem hypnotherapy who is well known for getting rapid results with clients. It is a way of communicating with people in such a vague way that is almost appears to be hypnotic. Below is examples of the Milton Language hypnotics phrase for each of the language patterns: 1. Mind Reading: This is where a person assumes to know what the
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An Introduction to NLP

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Neuro-Linguistic Programming is the exploration of how we communicate, think and change with the aim of replicating and improving great performance in any context. It uses both conscious and unconscious processes that leads to increased communication skills, confidence, motivation and success and is directly related to increasing our ability to influence and persuade. It is also effective in overcoming blocks or barriers caused by a lack of these skills. Practical applications of NLP include: Improve
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5 NLP technique for a fulfilling life

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These are some of the effective technique of NLP that will help you change behaviour, get better results and attract more positive experiences: 1. Dissociation People tend to react to something in a negative way which causes stress, depression or other negative emotions. First, identify what emotion you want to get rid of. Then, see yourself encountering the situation from start to finish, as an observer. Play the same mental movie backwards, then fast-forward it
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