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.
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Podcasts and blog entries on language patterns in NLP
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, […]
This is the third and last podcast on the Meta-Model in this language series, to be followed by Sleight of Mouth patterns, and the Milton Model patterns, each a small series in itself.
This is the second in the series of talks on the Meta-Model, where we cover five patterns of distortions: Nominalizations Modal operators of possibility Modal operators of necessity Presuppositions Mind Reading As before, we chose our examples from 3 different areas: Politics Relationship Business operations And we run each pattern through three examples from each […]
The meta-model in neuro-linguistic programming (or meta-model of therapy) is a heuristic set of questions designed to specify information, challenge and expand the limits to a person’s model of the world. It responds to the distortions, generalizations, and deletions in the speaker’s language. The meta-model forms the basis of Neuro-linguistic programming […] (Wikipedia) What is […]
Language and NLP NLP – is Neuro-Linguistic Programming – language is a key Language is the habitat we live in, and learn. NLP is learning how to learn. Comparison with “wolf children” – those who don’t have a language Language is enfolded in us, and the context unfolds it out of us. Language shapes and […]
We briefly define what nested loops are, then each of us tells a different story, by embedding one story into the story of others. Once the stories unwind themselves, and you slowly start coming back from the enchantment of the trance, we tell you another story about the nested loops, discuss their practical applications, and […]
Communication – Using Language and Going Beyond Communication is a process that allows organisms to exchange information by several methods. Communication requires that all parties understand a common language that is exchanged. A language is a system of symbols and the rules used to manipulate them. Language can also refer to the use of such […]
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 […]