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  Series-1 Practical Reflections and Assessment
 



 

PRACTICAL REFLECTIONS OF SERIES-1 
(AN SIP-NSNLP NEURO-SEMANTICS & NLP SERIES OF SEMINARS BY AN INTERNATIONALLY CERTIFIED TRAINER)


Members will be practically assessed in 3 main question areas (1) Linguistic Distinction, (2) Eye Accessing Cues and (3) Submodalities. Members will be assessed on the ability to use appropriate questions to elicit and to calibrate behaviours in the client.

 

1.          LINGUISTIC DISTINCTION IN NLP

 

Your client is expressing her thoughts to you as in (a), (b) or (c);

a.          I imagine that the next 5 sessions of Neuro-Semantics NLP is going to look fun and interesting. I can see it happening right in front of my very eye.

b.          Whenever I say something about my classmate, it sounds like I’m describing her as someone I can really talk to in confidence.

c.          I remember a time when my sister grabbed me by my wrist as she pulled me to the side.  I trembled out of fear of being beaten.

 

Listen to what the client has to say.

 

Then use the following list of predicates to communicate with her and match her dominant representational system. 





 
VISUAL PREDICATES
AUDITORY PREDICATES
KINESTHETIC PREDICATES
1
Appear
Describe in detail
Feel
2
Watch
Answer
Grab
3
Visualise
Ask
Slipped my mind
4
Bright
Hear
Brush
5
look
Rings a bell
Hang in there
6
Colourful
Explain
Boils down to
7
Show
talk
Solid
8
Picture
Sound
Touch
9
Imagine
Discuss
Warm
10
view
Listen
Start from scratch






























2.          EYE ACCESSING CUES IN NLP

 

You will be asked to elicit your client experience by any one of the following instructions;

 

a.          Ask your client a question that elicits her visual recollection of a past event or experience. Calibrate her eye movement and explain.

b.          Ask your client a question that elicits her ability to visually spell backwards the word ‘IMAGINE’. Calibrate her eye movement and explain.

c.           Ask your client a question that elicits her recollection of someone’s voice or a sound in an incident that happened 5 years ago. Calibrate her eye movement and explain.

d.          Ask your client a question that elicits your voice that sounds like Donald duck. Calibrate her eye movement and explain.

e.          Ask your client a question that elicits saying to her inner self (self-talk) the following words slowly and softly, “I’m not just going to keep quiet all the time. But it’s funny that I’m talking to myself right now.” Calibrate her eye movement and explain.

f.            Ask your client a question that elicits the feeling of icy cold in her body, her feet, her chest and her ears. Calibrate her eye movement and explain.

  

3.         CONTRASTING ANALYSIS - SUBMODALITIES   

(STRUCTURE OF SUBJECTIVE EXPERIENCE)

 

As an NLP coach, you will be asked to elicit from your client TWO differing states of the mind-body as follows;

 

1. State: Unresourceful state of Fear

1.      As you recall that experience

2.      Probably have a picture of the stimulus

3.      Elicit the Visual submodalities






 
Color / b-w
Close /-/ far
3D / flat
Bright / -/ Dark
Dissociated / Associated
Focus /-/Out of focus
Frame / Panoramic
Where?
Move / Still
Fast/Normal/Slow


Break state.

 

2. State: Resourceful state of Jubilation and/or Confidence

1.      Think of an external stimulus that you typically respond with jubilation and/or confidence.

2.      Allow yourself to see a picture of the stimulus.



 
Color / b-w
Close /-/ far
3D / flat
Bright / -/ Dark
Dissociated / Associated
Focus /-/Out of focus
Frame / Panoramic
Where?
Move / Still
Fast/Normal/Slow
 
3. Discuss the differences.
 
 
I wish you all the best.





 
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