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πŸ–ΌοΈ PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES

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πŸ“„ ABSTRACT OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) posits that the human brain encodes emotional significance differently through variations in mental imagery and representation, known as submodalities. These submodalities are the fine distinctions from our senses that impart meaning to our experiences and memories. By altering the submodalities associated with a memory, we can change how we perceive and respond to it, whether it be from the past or a projection of the future.

For instance, a memory can be visually represented as black and white or in color, bright or dim; sounds can be loud or soft; feelings may be localized in different body parts or associated with varying temperatures. Adjusting these attributes can evoke different emotional responses.

The concept of submodality suggests that by manipulating the sensory details of a memory, we can effectively rewire our limiting beliefs and shift the way we experience past and future events. This technique is a powerful tool in NLP, offering a means to alter the feelings and intensity associated with any situation.

βœ… THE BENEFITS OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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“The past is a great teacher, especially when it comes to hiding evidence from your future self.” - Uknown

  • Rewiring Emotional Responses: By altering the submodalities associated with memories, individuals can change their emotional reactions and behaviors. This technique helps in reducing the intensity of negative emotions linked to traumatic events and creating more positive associations.
  • Overcoming Fears and Phobias: NLP techniques enable individuals to visualize and reframe intimidating situations, such as public speaking. By adjusting the submodalities, the perceived threat can be reduced, leading to increased confidence and a more positive outlook.
  • Enhancing Future Goals: Submodalities can be used to create compelling and motivating images of future goals. By making these mental images bigger, brighter, and more vivid, individuals can increase their motivation and commitment to achieving their aspirations.
  • Improved Decision-Making: Understanding and manipulating submodalities can lead to better decision-making. By altering the sensory details of a future choice or scenario, individuals can predict and prepare for potential outcomes, making more informed and beneficial decisions.
  • Therapeutic Applications: NLP techniques that focus on submodalities can be valuable tools in therapeutic settings. They can assist individuals in processing and reframing traumatic events, reducing the emotional impact of past experiences, and promoting healing.
  • Personal Growth and Self-Awareness: Exploring past and future memories through the lens of submodalities fosters self-reflection and a deeper understanding of one’s emotional landscape. This heightened self-awareness can lead to personal growth, improved emotional intelligence, and better overall well-being.
  • Enhanced Learning and Memory Retention: By manipulating the sensory details of information, individuals can enhance their learning and memory retention capabilities. Making mental images more vivid and engaging improves the likelihood of recalling information and can lead to better academic or professional performance.
  • Increased Resilience: NLP submodality techniques empower individuals to reframe challenging situations and cultivate a more positive outlook. This skill enhances resilience, enabling individuals to navigate adversity and bounce back from setbacks more effectively.
  • Motivation and Goal Achievement: The ability to intensify the positive emotions associated with future goals and desired outcomes increases motivation and drives individuals toward action. This helps in achieving personal and professional goals, improving overall satisfaction and fulfillment.
  • Improved Social Interactions: By understanding how submodalities influence our perceptions and reactions, individuals can develop better social skills. This includes recognizing and managing emotional triggers, improving communication, and fostering more meaningful relationships.

πŸ›οΈ ORIGINS OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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Early Developments
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  • 1970s: The foundation of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) was laid by John Grinder and Richard Bandler, who began modeling the behaviors and techniques of successful therapists, including Virginia Satir and Milton H. Erickson. They aimed to understand and replicate their exceptional results.
  • 1975: Grinder and Bandler published “The Structure of Magic I: A Book About Language and Therapy,” introducing their initial findings and concepts, including the idea that the structure of an individual’s subjective experience significantly influences their behavior.
  • Late 1970s: Bandler and Grinder, along with other NLP developers like Leslie Cameron-Bandler and Robert Dilts, continued to refine their understanding of the sensory elements that shape our thoughts and behaviors. They explored the impact of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic representations on an individual’s experience.

Submodality Model Emerges
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  • Early 1980s: Richard Bandler, along with Connirae and Steve Andreas, made significant strides in developing the submodality model of NLP. They delved into the specific sensory components that make up our mental representations, such as shape, size, color, brightness, volume, and tone.
  • 1982: The book “Using Your Brain for a Change” by Richard Bandler and John Grinder was published. In it, they introduced the concept of “submodalities” and their role in shaping our emotional responses and behaviors. They proposed that by changing these submodalities, we can alter our emotional states and responses.
  • March 1984: The first Advanced Submodalities Training was conducted, marking a pivotal moment in the evolution of NLP. This training combined the early work of Bandler with the additional discoveries made by Andreas. It focused on the power of submodalities in making profound changes to personality and orientation.
  • 1989 Bandler & MacDonald published the book Insider’s Guide to Submodalities

Evolution and Refinement
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  • 1980s-1990s: NLP practitioners and researchers continued to explore and refine the understanding of submodalities, developing various techniques to utilize them for personal growth and therapeutic purposes.
  • 1996: The book “Magic in Action: A Collection of Neuro-Linguistic Programming Techniques” by Richard Bandler was published. This book provided a comprehensive guide to using NLP techniques, including submodality interventions, for personal change and therapeutic practice.
  • Present Day: NLP submodality techniques have become an integral part of NLP practice and are used worldwide for personal development, coaching, and therapeutic interventions. Researchers and practitioners continue to explore and refine these techniques, contributing to the growing body of knowledge and applications.

πŸ“œ PRINCIPLES OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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The process of eliciting past and future memories using NLP submodalities involves several key principles:

  • Sensory Representation: Recognize that memories are encoded through our senses, creating mental representations. These representations can be visual (images and scenes), auditory (sounds and voices), kinesthetic (physical sensations and emotions), olfactory (smells), or gustatory (tastes).

  • Submodality Distinctions: Understand that within each sensory representation, there are finer distinctions known as submodalities. These include attributes like color, brightness, volume, tempo, proximity, and location. Submodalities give emotional charge and meaning to our memories.

  • Past Memory Elicitation:

    • Identify a specific past event or memory you want to work with.
    • Focus on the sensory representations and submodalities associated with that memory. Enhance the intensity of these submodalities to make the memory more vivid and accessible.
    • Explore the emotions and sensations evoked by the memory, paying attention to any shifts in your physical or emotional state.
    • Utilize techniques like visualization, auditory recall, or kinesthetic anchoring to fully immerse yourself in the memory and access its underlying structure.
  • Future Memory Elicitation:

    • Begin by setting a future goal or desired outcome.
    • Create a mental representation of that future state, using all your senses to make it as real and compelling as possible.
    • Play with the submodalities to increase the intensity and positive emotions associated with the future memory. Make it bright, colorful, and detailed.
    • Imagine stepping into that future memory, engaging all your senses, and experiencing the emotions and sensations as if they are happening now.
    • Repeat this process to reinforce the neural pathways associated with that future memory, making it more attainable and real.
  • Submodality Interventions: Once a memory (past or future) is elicited and accessible, you can then employ various NLP techniques to alter the associated submodalities and, consequently, your emotional response and behavior. This may involve changing the color of the memory, adjusting its brightness, altering the volume of associated sounds, or shifting the physical sensations in your body.

  • Personal Meaning: Always consider the personal significance of the memory and the submodalities involved. The meaning we assign to these sensory representations is unique to each individual, and understanding this is crucial for effective interventions.

  • Practice and Reinforcement: Consistency and repetition are key. Regularly practice eliciting past and future memories, and reinforcing the desired submodalities to create lasting change.

By following these principles, you can effectively utilize NLP submodalities to explore and reshape your past and future memories, leading to personal growth, improved emotional responses, and the attainment of desired outcomes.

πŸ—¨οΈ GUIDING PARTICIPANTS IN PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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  • Sitting by side so you can perceive nuances in facial expression, gestures, and coloration of the skin and not stay in the way of a client who is accessing their images and creating metaphors in front of them.
  • Modulate your voice and speak slowly and melodically.
  • Be interested in client exploration.
  • Repeat the client’s words using his voice delivery. For instance, when the client spoke about an exciting event, his face lightened up, his words speeded up and his tone of voice was higher. As a professional, you are, to match his expression or attend acting class to learn essentials.
  • Connect the question and experience with coordinating conjunction and/as/when.

πŸ’§ PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES SCRIPT BASED ON EXPLORATION OF VLADIMIR KLIMSA
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“Learn basic sewing - duct tape won’t fix everything in the post-apocalyptic fashion show.” - *Unknown"

Vlad: “Hello, What can I do for you today?”

Client: “I have followed your guide hesitation to consider it done and I found a discrepancy between my past and future memory. I know that some things I have done it flawlessly and some others just don’t fit and click.”

Vlad: “Put both of them side by side and compare the differences. Surrounding, location, frame, angle of access to the association, and notice the difference.”

Client: “Flawless is sharp, life-size, full weight and body temperature, solid feet on the ground. I can feel my hands in movement, and I notice fix square frame as done which is the mark for experience, The surroundings behind the frame are diffused, and the angle of access is over my left shoulder and I feel it click. Not a complete one (I know that is in the future past and I will do it) is more sponge-like, soft, floating in the air, with no frame, a panoramic picture where all elements are less diffused. I can imagine and feel action in my hands, and smell and taste food. And it feels somehow detached.”

Vlad: “Where are your eyes, ears, and body located in the detached experience?”

Client: “I didn’t release it before and it seems as if my eyes, ears, and body are just a few inches ahead. I have put them in the proper place and suddenly all fits and clicks. Thanks very much for learning this.”

Vlad: “I learned this alignment process from Connirae Andreas. To connect deeply you might consider the Core transformation method by Connirae Andreas. Allow me to guide you in the next 30 minutes.”

Client: “Ok. Let’s go for it.”

Core Transformation

Client: “Something had changed. I can feel more relaxed now and connected with my inner me. Thanks very much.”

Vlad: “You are welcome. From the state of deep connection that radiates through, transforms, and enriches your initial quest. How do you feel about yourself now and in the future?”

Client: “I am my body and my body is me. I am in a relationship with everyone and this relationship starts with me. I have learned new ways which enhance my life. Thanks very much.”

Vlad: “That’s good to hear. Good luck.”

πŸ‘£ THE BASIC PROCESS OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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The process of using NLP submodality crossover to transform a memory can be simplified into several steps:

Step 1: Identify the Target Memory Recognize and isolate the specific memory you want to work with. It could be a past event that elicits negative emotions or a limiting belief that holds you back.

Step 2: Elicit the Memory Bring the memory to the forefront of your mind, making it as vivid and detailed as possible. Engage your senses and pay attention to the visual images, sounds, smells, tastes, and physical sensations associated with the memory.

Step 3: Identify the Current Submodalities Analyze the current submodalities of the memory. Consider factors like the size, brightness, and color of visual images, the volume and tone of auditory components, and the location and intensity of any physical sensations.

Step 4: Determine the Desired State Decide how you want to feel instead. If the memory currently evokes sadness, you might desire to feel contentment or peace. Identify the emotions and sensations you want to associate with the memory instead of the current ones.

Step 5: Elicit a Positive Resource Memory Recall a different memory that evokes the desired emotions and sensations. For example, if you want to feel confident, recall a time when you accomplished something and felt proud. Identify the submodalities of this positive memory.

Step 6: Apply the Crossover Technique Here’s the transformative part. Take the submodalities of the positive memory and apply them to the target memory. If the positive memory is bright and colorful, make the target memory similarly vibrant. If the positive memory has a feeling of lightness and warmth, try to replicate those sensations in the target memory.

Step 7: Reinforce the New Memory Representation Repeat the process of associating the positive submodalities with the target memory until it feels natural and automatic. Reinforce the new representation by regularly revisiting the memory and maintaining the desired submodalities.

Step 8: Future Pace and Integrate Imagine yourself in future situations where the memory might be triggered. See yourself responding with the new, desired emotions and behaviors. This helps integrate the changes and ensures that the transformation is lasting and applicable to real-life scenarios.

Step 9: Assess and Adjust Finally, evaluate how you now feel about the memory and the situation it represents. If there are still any lingering negative emotions or sensations, go back and adjust the submodalities accordingly.

Remember that this process is highly individualized, and the specific submodalities that work for you may differ from those of another person. The key is to recognize the power of these sensory representations and use them to your advantage, transforming memories and creating a more positive and empowering narrative for your past and future experiences.

πŸ’ͺ MEDITATION PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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Introduction
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Today, we will embark on a journey to amplify and enrich your pleasant memories using the powerful techniques of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and its concept of submodalities. This meditation will guide you through a process of sensory enhancement, allowing you to relive and transform a cherished memory into an even more vibrant and captivating experience.

1. Preparation
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  • Find a quiet and comfortable space where you won’t be disturbed.
  • Sit or lie down in a position that feels relaxing to you.
  • Take a few deep breaths, inhaling calm and exhaling any tension.

2. Accessing the Memory
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  • Bring to mind a pleasant memory that you’d like to enhance. It could be a special moment, a vacation, a celebration, or any experience that brings a smile to your face.
  • Allow the memory to unfold naturally, observing the images, sounds, smells, and sensations associated with it.

3. Adding Color and Vividness
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  • Now, let’s enhance the visual aspects of the memory.
  • Imagine turning up the saturation and brightness of the scene, making the colors more vibrant and intense.
  • Notice how the increased color intensity adds a new layer of richness to the memory.

4. Incorporating Background Music
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  • Introduce a gentle and soothing background melody to the memory.
  • Choose a piece of music that complements the memory and enhances the emotions you want to feel.
  • Notice how the music adds depth and a multisensory dimension to the experience.

5. Slowing Down Time
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  • Now, we’ll manipulate the pace of the memory, slowing down the speed of the unfolding events.
  • Imagine each moment stretching out, allowing you to savor every detail and sensation.
  • Feel the luxury of time as you linger in the delightful moments.

6. Adjusting Lighting and Temperature
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  • Pay attention to the lighting in the memory.
  • Adjust the brightness and warmth of the light to create a comfortable and inviting ambiance.
  • Similarly, adjust the temperature to your liking, perhaps a gentle breeze or a warm sun on your skin.

7. Intensifying Emotions
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  • Focus on the emotions evoked by the memory.
  • Amplify the positive feelings by making them more intense and all-encompassing.
  • If there are any negative emotions, gently shift them to more desirable ones using the techniques you’ve learned.

8. Anchoring the Enhanced Memory
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  • Create a physical anchor for this enhanced memory, such as a specific hand gesture or a touch on your arm.
  • Whenever you activate this anchor, you will instantly recall the vivid and delightful memory, along with the positive emotions associated with it.

9. Future Recall
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  • Imagine yourself in future situations where this memory can bring you joy and comfort.
  • See yourself activating the anchor and reliving the memory with all its enhanced submodalities, bringing a smile to your face and a warmth to your heart.

10. Conclusion
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  • Take a few moments to reflect on the transformation of your memory.
  • Notice how the adjustments to submodalities have enriched your experience and intensified the positive emotions.
  • Gently bring your awareness back to the present moment, feeling refreshed and energized.

Conclusion
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Through this meditation, you’ve utilized the power of NLP submodalities to transform a pleasant memory into an even more captivating and multisensory experience. Remember that you can return to this enhanced memory whenever you wish, using your anchor to access the vividness and positive emotions associated with it. May this practice bring you joy and a deeper appreciation for the beauty of your past experiences.

▢️ VIDEO OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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Youtube - How false memories are created - NLP Lofus & Palmer experiments (Anthony Beardsell)

▢️ Youtube - How false memories are created - NLP Lofus & Palmer experiments - Anthony Beardsell

❓ FAQ OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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Q: What are NLP Submodalities?
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A: NLP submodalities refer to the subtle variations in our sensory experiences that give emotional significance to our memories. They are the specific qualities of our mental representations, such as the color, brightness, or location of a visual image, the volume and tone of sounds, or the physical sensations associated with a memory.

Q: How can NLP Submodalities be applied to Past Memories?
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A: NLP techniques allow us to alter the submodalities associated with memories, thereby changing how we emotionally respond to them. For example, if a past event evokes fear or sadness, we can modify the submodalities to reduce the intensity of those negative emotions and create a more neutral or positive association.

Q: Can NLP Submodalities be used for Future Memories or Goals?
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A: Yes, NLP submodalities can be a powerful tool for creating and achieving future goals. By using specific submodalities, we can make our mental representations of future desires more compelling and motivating. This increases our commitment to taking the necessary actions and improves our likelihood of success.

Q: What are some common techniques for altering Submodalities?
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A: There are several techniques used in NLP for modifying submodalities:

  • Submodality Shift: This involves changing the specific qualities of a submodality, such as making a visual image brighter or moving it to a different location in your mental space.
  • Swish Pattern: This technique helps replace an unwanted response or emotion with a more desirable one. It involves associating a negative trigger with a positive outcome by rapidly shifting between their respective submodalities.
  • Six-Step Reframing: This process guides individuals to change their perception of an event by exploring six different representational systems (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, gustatory, and auditory digital).

Q: How do I identify the Submodalities associated with a particular memory?
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A: Start by recalling the memory and paying attention to the sensory details. Notice the images, sounds, feelings, and other sensations that arise. Then, identify the specific qualities of these sensations, such as the size, shape, color, volume, or temperature. These are the submodalities associated with that memory.

Q: Can NLP Submodalities be combined with other therapeutic modalities?
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A: Yes, NLP submodality techniques complement various therapeutic approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), hypnotherapy, and coaching. They can enhance traditional therapies by providing practical tools for changing thought patterns, emotional responses, and behaviors.

Q: Are there any potential risks or limitations to using NLP Submodality techniques?
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A: As with any therapeutic approach, it is important to be mindful of potential risks and limitations. NLP submodality techniques should be used ethically and responsibly, respecting an individual’s autonomy and obtaining their consent. Additionally, some individuals may find that altering submodalities of certain memories triggers unwanted reactions or emotions, so professional guidance is recommended.

Q: How can I learn more about NLP Submodalities and their practical applications?
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A: There are numerous resources available to deepen your understanding of NLP submodalities, including books, online courses, webinars, and workshops conducted by certified NLP practitioners and trainers. “NLP: The New Technology of Achievement” by Steve Andreas are excellent starting point.

Q: Are there any ethical considerations when working with Submodalities, especially when dealing with traumatic memories?
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A: Absolutely. When working with traumatic memories, it is crucial to prioritize the client’s well-being and proceed with caution. Obtain informed consent, ensure the client feels safe and in control, and proceed gradually, respecting their comfort level. Avoid pushing clients beyond their capacity to handle difficult emotions, and always work collaboratively to determine the most appropriate interventions.

Q: Can NLP Submodalities be self-taught, or is formal training necessary?
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A: While you can certainly learn about the basics of NLP submodalities through self-study, formal training is recommended to gain a deeper understanding and proficiency in using these techniques effectively and ethically. Certified NLP training programs provide structured guidance, practical exercises, and feedback opportunities that are difficult to replicate through self-study alone.

πŸ˜† JOKES ABOUT PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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  • Me trying to explain to my therapist that my childhood memories are all stored in a vintage floppy disk format. #NLPHumor
  • My dating profile: Seeks partner who appreciates the future pacing of a sloth and the past modality of a packrat.
  • Tried using NLP to manifest a winning lottery ticket. All I got was a vivid memory of that time I accidentally bought a scratch-off ticket instead.
  • Therapist: “So, how does this memory make you feel?” Me: “It feels… fuzzy, like a low-resolution JPEG.”
  • Me: Ugh, I can’t believe I burned those bridges in college. Inner NLP voice: But hey, at least you have a great story for that future job interview!
  • Therapist: “Can you describe the memory in more detail?” Me: “Sorry, my brain’s firewall has flagged that memory as classified.”
  • Subconscious mind: You should call your mom. Me: But that would disrupt the carefully constructed future me narrative where I’m independent and aloof.
  • **My bank account’s NLP submodality is stuck on “past tense.” Every time I check my balance, it says, “You had money… once.”
  • Dating app bio: Seeking someone who can rechunk my emotional baggage from past relationships into valuable life lessons.
  • Friend: Dude, you look like you haven’t slept in a week. Me: It’s because I spent all night future-tripping on a presentation I have next week. #NLPEnergyDrain
  • Tried using NLP to motivate myself to exercise. Now I just keep picturing myself winning the lottery and hiring a personal trainer.
  • Me trying to explain to my boss that I missed the deadline due to a temporal distortion in my NLP submodality perception of time.
  • I’d share a joke about future memories, but it hasn’t happened yet.

πŸ¦‹ METAPHORS ABOUT PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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  • Memory Theater: Imagine your memory as a theater production. NLP submodalities are the lighting, sound, and special effects that bring the scene to life.
  • Emotional Symphony: Submodalities are the instruments in an orchestra, each contributing to the emotional symphony of a memory.
  • Memory Mosaic: Our memories are like intricate mosaics, with each tile representing a specific submodality, combining to form a beautiful, unique picture.
  • Emotional Landscape: Submodalities shape the terrain of our emotional landscape, with peaks of joy and valleys of sadness.
  • Memory Time Travel: NLP techniques are like a time machine, allowing us to revisit the past and reshape it with new and improved submodalities.
  • Emotional Remix: Submodalities are the knobs and faders on a mixing desk, letting us remix the emotions of memory to create a new and improved version.
  • Memory Makeover: NLP provides a toolkit for giving our memories a makeover, changing the colors, adjusting the lighting, and enhancing the overall experience.
  • Emotional Cartography: Submodalities are like maps that guide us through the terrain of our emotions, helping us navigate and explore new territories.
  • Memory Sculpture: Our memories are like clay, and submodalities are the tools we use to mold and shape them into unique and meaningful forms.
  • Emotional Filter: Submodalities act as filters that alter the hue and intensity of our emotional responses, just as photo filters enhance an image.
  • Memory Symphony Conductor: With NLP, you become the conductor of your memory symphony, guiding the volume, tempo, and harmony of each recollection.
  • Emotional Editing Suite: Submodalities are the editing tools that allow us to cut, paste, and enhance the sensory details of our memories, much like a film editor.
  • Memory Dimensionality: Our memories are not flat; they have depth and dimension, thanks to the various submodalities that give them richness and texture.
  • Emotional Temperature Control: Submodalities let us adjust the emotional temperature, turning up the warmth of joy or cooling down the heat of anger.
  • Memory Telescope: NLP techniques are like a telescope that lets us see the fine details of our memories, revealing hidden aspects and providing new perspectives.
  • Emotional Palette: Just as an artist mixes colors on a palette, NLP practitioners blend and adjust the emotional hues of our memories.
  • Memory Echo Chamber: Submodalities influence the reverberation of our memories, amplifying or softening their emotional impact.

πŸ“š RESOURCES OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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@book Richard Richard Bandler, 1985; Using Your Brain-For a Change: Neuro-Linguistic Programming ISBN 978-0911226270

@book by Richard Bandler & Will Macdonald, 1989; Insider’s Guide to Submodalities ISBN 978-0916990220

@book Tad James, Wyatt Woodsmall, 2017; Time Line Therapy and the Basis of Personality ISBN 978-1785832833

@video Bandler, Submodalities and hypnosis, 1987; DVD

@audio Richard Bandler, Using your brain for a change; NLP Comprehensive

@book Steve Andreas, 2002; Transform Your Self: Becoming Who You Want to be: Becoming Who You Want to Be ISBN 978-0911226430

@book George Lakoff & Mark Johnson, 1980; Metaphors We Live By ISBN 978-0226468013

@book Steve @ Connirae Andreas, 1988; Change Your Mind and Keep the Change: Advanced NLP Submodalities Interventions ISBN 978-0911226294

@video DVD Transforming yourself Complete 3-day Training with Steve Andreas

@link The Wholeness Work

@link Core Transformation

πŸ§‘β€πŸ¦² VLADIMIR KLIMSA EXPERIENCE WITH PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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“Future-proofing your life: Don’t ditch your old phone - it might be the only one with a signal left.” - Uknown

I have read books, watched videos, attended seminars, and practiced on myself and others. My interest in PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES arose from searching for reliable techniques that I could use to improve my life and life of others. I learned NLP techniques in NLP seminars, gathering, from friends, books, articles, and video and audio courses. I have practiced with myself and others and I can say my overall experience is good. Watching Richard’s Bandler submodalities and hypnosis DVD, and reading and hearing Richard’s Bandler courses and books gave me insight into the various mental representations, and feel certainty about the future. The kinesthetic sensation is the one of most valuable techniques I come across. I do recommend that you search for a practitioner who has knowledge, skills, experience, and elegance for your first session.

✏️ CONCLUSION OF PAST MEMORY VS. FUTURE MEMORY - A TIMELINE FOR SUCCESS AND AVOIDING MISTAKES
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While NLP submodalities offer a framework for understanding how we store and access past and future memories, it’s important to remember it’s a theoretical concept with limited scientific evidence.

That said, exploring how our brains encode memories and project future experiences can be a fascinating exercise. NLP submodalities might be a playful tool for self-reflection, but when it comes to serious personal change, established therapeutic techniques backed by research are likely more reliable.

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