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πŸ¦„ NLP MASTERCLASS AHA & PRACTICE GROUP

πŸ—‚οΈ Learning πŸ“ Sensation Communication 🏷️ NLP Learning
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β€œReality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away.” Philip K. Dick

πŸ“„ ABSTRACT
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The NLP MasterCLASS AHA & Practice Group was offering practice elicitating submodalities of beliefs, get questions answered and suggestion.

πŸ”¬ SUBMODALITIES OF BELIEFS
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Submodalities are the specific qualities of our internal representations of things. They can include things like the size, shape, color, location, brightness, and movement of our internal images. They can also include the tone, volume, and pace of our internal voices.

⚠️ WHY ARE SUBMODALITIES IMPORTANT?
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Submodalities can have a big impact on our emotions and behaviors. For example, if we have a limiting belief about ourselves, the submodalities of that belief can contribute to the way we feel and act. If we can change the submodalities of a belief, we can often change the belief itself.

πŸ› οΈ HOW TO ELICIT SUBMODALITIES OF BELIEFS
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There are a few different ways to elicit the submodalities of a belief. One way is to ask the person to close their eyes and visualize the belief. Then, you can ask them questions about the submodalities of the image, such as:

  • What size is the image?
  • Where is the image located?
  • What color is the image?
  • Is the image moving?
  • What is the tone of voice of the internal voice?
  • What is the volume of the internal voice?
  • How fast is the internal voice speaking?

✏️ EXERCISE VARIATION BY VLADIMIR KLIMSA FROM ORIGINAL TINA TAYLOR AND STEVE CRABB
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Having 20 minutes uninterrupted time, sitting in comfortable position describe your strong belief in your head. What it is like? Now allow yourself to relax, breathe in, breathe out, with each and every breath noticing your body is mooooore and mooooore reeeelaaaaaaaax. That’s right. Thinking about strong belief notice the sensation in your body associated with it. Where it is located? What’s it’s size? It’s warm or cold? It’s solid or amorphous? It’s heavy or light? What do yo you see? Where it’s the location of the visual representation? What’s the size compare to life? Point out how far it is. Is there any movement? If so how fast it’s moving compare to life? What is the tone of voice of the internal voice? What is the volume of the internal voice? How fast is the internal voice speaking? Who’s voice it is? Now do the some for your doubt. While you are doing I will chant and facilitate the elicitation by gesturing the symbols which will facilitate the process.

πŸ˜† JOKES
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  • Why did the NLP practitioner cross the road? To change his belief.
  • What do you call an NLP practitioner who can’t change their beliefs? A muggle.
  • What’s the difference between an NLP practitioner and a Jedi? A Jedi can use the Force to change their beliefs.
  • Why did the NLP practitioner’s dog run away? Because it didn’t believe in its owner’s training.
  • What do you call an NLP practitioner who’s lost their belief? A lost cause.
  • Why do NLP practitioners always carry flashlights? In case they need to reframe the darkness.
  • What do NLP practitioners do when the lights go off? They use their linguistic patterns to create a new reality.
  • What’s the difference between an NLP practitioner and a vampire? A vampire doesn’t fear the dark, but an NLP practitioner can change the meaning of the dark.
  • Why did the NLP practitioner go to the optometrist? To get reframed.

πŸ¦‹ METAPHORS
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  • Eliciting a belief is like fishing. You have to cast your line and wait for a bite.
  • Eliciting a belief is like peeling an onion. There are many layers to a belief, and you have to peel them away one by one.
  • Eliciting a belief is like following a trail of breadcrumbs. You have to follow the clues to find the core belief.
  • Eliciting a belief is like reading a book. You have to turn the pages to find the information you’re looking for.
  • Eliciting a belief is like solving a puzzle. You have to put the pieces together to find the solution.
  • Eliciting a belief is like taking a journey. You have to follow the path to get to the destination.
  • Eliciting a belief is like exploring a new country. You have to discover the hidden gems to find the treasure.
  • Eliciting a belief is like climbing a mountain. You have to reach the summit to see the view.
  • Eliciting a belief is like finding a needle in a haystack. It can be challenging, but it’s possible with the right tools.
  • Eliciting a belief is like uncovering a secret. It can be exciting, but it can also be scary.

✏️ CONCLUSION
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I have enjoyed learning NLP MasterCLASS AHA & Practice Group by Tina Taylor and Steve Crabb. There is difference between answers from people who are answering first time and those who KNOW.

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Klimsa Vladimir, (Jul 31, 2023), πŸ¦„ NLP MASTERCLASS AHA & PRACTICE GROUP https://innerknowing.xyz/en/post/20230731-nlp-masterclass/

πŸ—‚οΈ Learning πŸ“ Sensation Communication 🏷️ NLP Learning

Klimsa Vladimir
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Klimsa Vladimir
He is an explorer of the structure of subjective experience, seeking a deeper understanding of how people experience the world through their conscious and subconscious minds. He studies the inner worlds of thoughts, feelings, and sensations that shape our perceptions, behaviors, and choices.
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