Submodalities and Drivers

Part of the art of using submodalities to make changes to internal representations is to identify the most important distinction for the client.  This ability to correctly identify a driver is key to actually making change with submodalities.  For example, when...

Elijah Waiting for a Message

I like this story because Elijah is an important figure in many cultures and countries.  But even if Elijah is not an important figure in your culture, the story of Elijah is a profound one story about listening and finding answers.  This story is paraphrased, so any...

The Milton Model

The Milton model was developed by Richard Bandler et al by observing the language patterns of Milton Erickson, who would help his clients change through conversational hypnotic patterns.  While the meta model is comprised of linguistic patterns to gain specificity in...

The Meta Model

The Meta Model? Richard Bandler et al developed the meta model by observing the linguistic patterns of Virginia Satir, who was well known for her ability to help her clients quickly make profound changes.  The meta model is a linguistic pattern of gaining specificity...

Eliminating Test Anxiety with Anchoring

One way to eliminate negative test anxiety is to perform a collapse negative anchor routine with someone by doing the following: Anchor the negative test anxiety state once with a unique stimulus. Break state. Stack a positive resource anchor on a second unique...
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