Defuse ‘triggers’ for negative feelings and tame the ‘inner critic’
Submodalities – the ‘codings’ that tell your mind what meaning to attach to an experience
This collection of episodes 19-23 of the Practical NLP Podcast covers submodalities and how to work with them. Submodalities are the finer distinctions within the sensory ‘modalities’ that we can use to take the power out of a bad memory, make a goal more compelling, ‘defuse’ triggers for negative feelings, and tame the ‘inner critic’, among many other applications .
The collection includes these episodes:
- How To Enhance A Pleasant Memory With Visual Submodalities
- Dealing With The Inner Critic
- Mapping Across Submodalities
- The Swish Pattern
- Unpacking The Swish Pattern
with transcripts and downloadable audio for each episode. 30 pages of transcripts and 59 minutes of audio in total.
PLUS – a bonus episode 24: What is ‘Genius’? An NLP View. This is the audio from a live Master Practitioner training, so no transcript for this one (8m 43s duration).
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