Sunday, September 16, 2007

#3 Waking Up to Your Senses - Systemic Calibration

Sense noun 2 a : the faculty of perceiving by means of sense organs b : a specialized function or mechanism (as sight, hearing, smell, taste, or touch) by which an animal receives and responds to external or internal stimuli c : the sensory mechanisms constituting a unit distinct from other functions (as movement or thought)
3 : conscious awareness or rationality (from Merriam-Webster dictionary)

See also Sense(s) , Representational systems, and Philosophy of perception (Wikipedia)

In this podcast, we take several different perspectives in approaching the following questions:

  • What does it mean to wake up to your senses?
  • How is it useful?
  • How to start learning it?
    • Changing habits
    • Paying attention to what people do or say
    • Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone (martial art approach)
    • Linguistic exercises (backtracking)
    • NLP exercises (eye accessing cues and spacial marking)
  • What are the limits of our perceptions?

[techtags: NLP, Calibration, Tracking, backtracking, eye accessing cues, spacial marking, change work]

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