In this podcast, we bring back the theme of accelerated learning that we started way back in one of our first episodes, now approaching it from a totally new angle and with the new learnings and experiences that we ourselves have learned in the meantime: What is learning? What takes time in learning is “not […]
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Category: Radical NLP
Where do we find new patterns Mythology Spiral Dynamics Modeling (NLP) Artificial Intelligence Strict, probabilistic and Fuzzy logic Science patterns Techniques for shifting patterns Trying first in a safe context Dance, relationships, school, classes For future-oriented, look for the shortest path, make as many mistakes as possible. Learn from the shock. Patterns of Empires
Somatic patterns Martial arts Dancing Biological patterns Linguistic patterns NLP: Meta-model, Milton model, Sleight of mouth patterns Priming Habits Relationship patterns Spotting patterns Asking for help and going for diversity Intent and attention
High-level structure of patterns Context Sequence, Syntax Time scale Triggers Types of patterns – Unconscious signals Personal unconscious signals Cultural unconscious signals – Time and Space
What are patterns Science: map of the world, theory Structure wih a specific rhythm and beat Mythology: Frank Herbert’s quote Usefulness: patterns are everywhere, which ones we care about? Repetition of a structure, sequence Patterns in Self Personal growth Where you are, where you are going, and how to get there Patterns in Relationships Patterns […]
Reframing (Wikipedia) – Another meaning or another sense is assigned by reframing a situation or context, thus sees a situation in another frame. A frame can refer to a belief, what limits our view of the world. If we let this limiting belief go, new conceptions and interpretation possibilities can develop.
In this episode we are concluding the Sleight of Mouth patterns with the Alogical, or as we also call it Analogical, or Metaphorical SOM pattern.
In this episode, we explain and give examples of the “neurological” SOM patterns, the second class of SOMs in our classification.
From Wikipedia: Ultimately, Sleight of Mouth focuses on influence by challenging, and thus changing, beliefs. […] in Sleight of Mouth the concept of belief is built on a more specific set of definitions, as follows: Complex Equivalence: X=Y, or X is equivalent to Y Cause-Effect: X causes Y, X results in Y In this episode, […]
We are continuing our conversations on the rhythms of rapport, and this time we address the somatic – or pre-verbal – aspects of rapport.