Presuppositions

1. Existence – (Tip-off: Nouns) 2. Possibility/Necessity – (Tip-off: Modal Operators) 3. Cause – Effect – (Tip-off: “Makes”, “If … then” ) 4. Complex Equivalence – (Tip-off: “Is,” “Means” ) 5. Awareness – (Tip-off: Verbs with V, A, K O, G) 6. Time – (Tip-off: Verb Tense, “Stop”, “Now”, “Yet”) 7. Adverb/Adjective – (Tip-off: An […]

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Hierarchy of Ideas: The Model

Meta K-Type Chunking Up Agreement ↑ “What is this an Example of?” “For What Purpose…?” “What is your intention…?” In Mediation, chunk up to get agreement. Chunk-up until you get a Nominalization. The Structure of Intuition: The ability to chunk-up to find connections & relationships, and then to chunk back down & relate to the […]

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The Meta Model

Distortions (“How” response) 1. Mind Reading – “You don’t like me.” 2. LostPerformative-”It’sbadtobeinconsistent.” 3. Cause-Effect – “You make me sad.” 4. Complex Equivalence – “She’s always yelling at me, she doesn’t like me.” 5. Presuppositions: “If my husband knew how much I suffered, he wouldn’t do that.” Generalizations (“What” response) 6. UniversalQualifiers(all,every,never, everyone, no one…): […]

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Milton Model

Mind Read: “I know that you are wondering…” Lost Performative: “And it’s a good thing to wonder…” Cause & Effect: “Because…” Complex Equivalence: “That means…” Presupposition: “You are learning many things…” Universal Quantifier: “And all the things, all the things…” Modal Operator: “That you can learn…” Nominalizations: “Provide you with new insights, and new understandings.” […]

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Reframing

The Basis of Reframing is to Separate Intention from Behavior All meaning is context dependent. If you change the context, meaning or content, you can change the original meaning. • All content is reframable simple by changing the structure the process or context. A. CONTEXT REFRAME: “I’m too…” or “He is too…”. Think of a […]

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Anchoring

Desired Outcome: To be able to anchor a state in a person, at any time in any modality. Definition: Any time a person is in an associated, intense state, if at the peak of that experience, a specific stimulus is applied, then the two will be linked neurologically. Anchoring can assist you in gaining access […]

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Collapse Anchors

1. Get into rapport with the client. 2. Tell the client what you are about to do: “In just a moment I am going to do a process called ‘Collapse Anchors’ (explain), and that will necessitate that I touch you. Is that O.K.?” 3. Decide on which Positive/Resource States are needed, and decide on the […]

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