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πŸ“ Communication 🏷️ Sensation Metaphors
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Vlad | Mentalist | Modeller | Handicapper
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Vlad | Mentalist | Modeller | Handicapper
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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Clean language - Sorting out issues
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Article Clean Language | Book Clean Language


πŸ‘£ Steps to Clean language
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  • Have a Paper and Pencil Ready
  • Set up 20 minutes Uninterrupted Time
  • Find a Quiet Place
  • The basic Clean Language questions originated by David Grove
  • Think of a mild issue

😌 Relax deeply
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  • Take a deep breath and relax your body, releasing any tension or stress you may be holding.
  • As you continue to breathe, allow your mind to wander, without trying to control or force your thoughts. Simply notice what arises in your mind and describe it using neutral, open-ended language

❓ What kind of X (is that X)?
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  • What kind of (thought/feeling/sensation) is that (thought/feeling/sensation)?

πŸ”¬ Is there anything else about X?
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  • Is there anything else about (thought/feeling/sensation)?

πŸ—ΊοΈ Where is X? or Whereabouts is X?
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  • Where is (thought/feeling/sensation) located in your body?

🎭 That’s X like what? (this gets you the metaphor that you can then explore)
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  • And that’s (thought/feeling/sensation) is like what? (this gets you the metaphor that you can then explore)

🀝 Is there a relationship between X and Y?
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  • And is there a relationship between (thought/feeling/sensation) and (thought/feeling/sensation)?

☯️ When X, what happens to Y?
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  • And when (thought/feeling/sensation), what happens to (thought/feeling/sensation)?

πŸ•₯ Then what happens? or What happens next?
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  • And then what happens (thought/feeling/sensation)? or And what happens next?

πŸ•˜ What happens just before X?
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  • And what happens just before (thought/feeling/sensation)?

πŸ—ΊοΈ Where could X come from?
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  • And where could (thought/feeling/sensation) come from?

πŸ˜‚ What would X like to have happen?
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  • And what would (thought/feeling/sensation) like to have happen?

❓ what needs to happen for X?
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  • And what needs to happen for (thought/feeling/sensation)?

🟒 Can X (happen)?
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  • And can (thought/feeling/sensation) (happen)?

✏️ You can notice metaphors building
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  • Take a breath breath, relax after realization what’s just happened.
  • You can go another round

πŸ“ Communication 🏷️ Sensation Metaphors

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Part 3: This Article

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