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All posts tagged "submodalities"

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    Can you see this?

    If you’re trained in NLP, you’ll be familiar with the concept of submodalities. A submodality is simply a  ‘quality’ of an internal picture, or some other internal experience. So for example if you imagine a picture inside...

    • Posted March 10, 2015
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    Talking to yourself again?

    Much of the history of neuro linguistic programming (NLP) is based on wondrous stories of Richard Bandler using sub modality shifts to change his clients. He would take a psychotic who could not differentiate imaginary snakes from...

    • Posted February 26, 2015
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    Neuroscience of submodalities

    Submodalities refer to the qualities of our sensory experiences, such as how bright something looks, or how far away something appears. NLP uses sub modality shifts to change how we perceive the world. So that, for example...

    • Posted December 4, 2014
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    Count on this for change

    In NLP we talk about sub modalities. Submodalities are finer distinctions of our internal sensory experiences. So for example if I imagine a picture of an apple inside my mind, I can make that apple bigger or...

    • Posted November 3, 2014
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    Reindeer and Polar Bears, and Norwegians, Oh My!

    There is an important point to the story that follows, but you have to ‘bear’ with me through the comic piece to get there. You see, being a highly visual person, if I read about something, a piece...

    • Posted October 5, 2014
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    Proof that this hypnotic trick works

    In NLP we talk about sub modalities. Submodalities are simply the smaller distinctions in our internal sensory experiences. So for the visual system, for example, sub modalities include the size or brightness of the internal picture. A driving...

    • Posted September 27, 2014
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    “Where do you feel happiness? Does it have a color?”

    “Where do you feel that emotion? Does it have a cold?” These are questions many hypnotists will use to turn an emotion represented by a word, such as anger, fear, confidence, love, into a bodily sensation. Emotions...

    • Posted September 18, 2014
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    Keep it simple, stupid!

    There is a psychological principle called the Dunning Kruger Effect after the researchers who identified it, or sometimes the Lake Wobegon effect after the town created by Garrison Keillor where “all the women are strong, all the...

    • Posted September 15, 2014
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  • Scoring makes the goal seem bigger

    Having just watched Team USA’s great performance in the world cup, eventually going out to the ultimate champions Germany, 1-0, it was interesting to see the article below in the British Guardian about the relationship between perceived...

    • Posted August 20, 2014
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