- representation systems
- fast phobia
will utilise the five senses (give or take one or
two) of seeing , hearing, feeling, tasting and smelling.
In NLP a language has been developed to explain more fully and in more
detail how these senses can be explored systematically.
define these senses in the following ways.
visual imagery is created which can be analysed, and utilised to adjust
emotions connected with those images through the identification of the
location of the images, their size, distance, colour saturation, contrast,
frame border, type of dimension, movement and clarity.
(kinesthetic representations) can also be defined through their location,
size, volume, intensity, surface composition,density, movement, temperature,
motion, colour, sensations,
sounds also can be defined through their volume, pitch, location, clarity,
timbre, tempo, resonance,
Adjusting these submodalities
allows us to change the emotion connected to the experience. for example
moving the image away from us normally reduces its emotional impact. bringing
an image towards us increases its emotional power. Adjusting its brightness
and clarity can also adjust our feelings attached to it..
A number of NLP techniques
submodalities such as the swish pattern and compulsive
blow out technique
location of the images -distance,
colour saturation - colour or black and white
contrast - how bright
frame border - are the edges soft or hard
or non existent, panoramic
type of dimension - 2D or 3D
clarity - is it detailed, in focus or blurred
connection - associated or disassociated
movement - is it still or moving
you dont get the big picture
your perceptions are skewed
in your face
it (the image) is overwhelming me
location, where in/outside your body
size, mass - how big is it?
surface composition,texture, shiney, matt,
movement, motion,spinning in which direction
it turned my stomach
he wound me up
i'm winding down for the weekend
he had a lump in his throat
head over heels in love
volume - quiet or loud
pitch - how high
location, - from which direction, internal/external, stereo or mono
clarity - muted, distorted or clear
tonal/digital - tones vs internal dialogue
dialogue - how many voices/whose voices?
that sounds interesting
I hear what you are saying
lets just say that