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By Larry McLaughlin

The aim of this handbook is to supply nearly all of the language styles used inside NLP. the writer concentrates, now not on newly built styles, yet relatively on accumulating jointly current styles, supplying his interpretation and examples of the way those styles can be utilized.

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You may feel as if you are against the wall. What would that be like to have that disappear, now? What if you could sense that along side of every problem is a solution, in fact, many solutions, wouldn't that be all right? Amidst all your problems are the solutions you require to solve them, now. Among all the solutions to your problem, which do you think will work best, now? Apart from that one objection, what is it about the product that you like? As you see yourself doing that now, you may begin to see your friends all around you, ready to help you, now, achieve what you want.

Or ii) to presuppose a resource being at a higher level or to make the resource a part of the person’s identity? EXERCISE: In groups of three, practice recognizing the correct logical level and responding in a way that moves the conversation one or two levels higher. i) ii) A states a limitation or a resource at any logical level. B silently recognizes the logical level and responds with a statement which raises the communication one or two logical levels higher. iii) C acts as observer and indicates the two levels used in the communication.

Alternately the exercise can be practiced individually. A - thinks of or points to an object (noun) such as "tree" C - points up "Chunk Up", points down "Chunk Down", or points laterally "Chunk Laterally" B - responds by giving an example of the appropriate level of abstraction. For Example: Levels of Abstraction BIG PICTURE THINKING OR ABSTRACT THINKING ABSTRACTION CONTROLS THE SPECIFIC AMBIGUOUS INCLUDES THE SPECIFIC OVERWHELM MEANS TAKING TOO BIG OF CHUNKS INTUITION What is this an example of?

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