Sunday, September 23, 2007

#4 Learning to Listen - Literal, Structural & Mythical Listening

Main Entry: 1lis·ten From the Webster Dictionary
Pronunciation: 'li-s&n
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): lis·tened; lis·ten·ing /'lis-ni[ng], 'li-s&n-i[ng]/
Etymology: Middle English listnen, from Old English hlysnan; akin to Sanskrit srosati he hears, Old English hlud loud
transitive verb, archaic : to give ear to : HEAR
intransitive verb
1 : to pay attention to sound <listen to music>
2 : to hear something with thoughtful attention : give consideration <listen to a plea>
3 : to be alert to catch an expected sound <listen for his step>

The topics we cover in this podcast are:

  • Three ways of listening – literal, structural, mythical
  • Bohmian Dialogue
  • Our stories about listening
  • Organ Language
  • Metaphors
  • Modality Words
  • Backtracking
  • Somatic Listening
  • Facial Expressions
  • Autism
  • Listening Strategies
  • Beliefs about Listening
  • Cultural Listening

[techtags: NLP, Calibration, Listening, Bohmian Dialogue, Modality words, Somatic, Tracking ]

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