Specific NLP Methods

Perspective Patterns

by Steve Andreas ©2001  (This Appendix to the book “Transforming Your Self: becoming who you want to be,” was originally published as an article in *Anchor Point, Vol. 15, No. 4 May, pp. 5-18) Introduction            One way to describe most unhappiness is that we develop “tunnel vision,” narrowly focusing in on a problem while …

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Aligning Perceptual Positions

by Connirae Andreas, Ph.D. and Tamara Andreas, MM, ©1991 first published in Anchor Point, Feb. 1991 (Vol 5 No 2) – with minor edits April 2006 “Perceptual Positions” has been an important and useful distinction in NLP, one that can be used to enhance our flexibility, wisdom and resourcefulness.  There are three major perceptual positions: …

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“Kinesthetic Swish”*

by Steve Andreas ©1998 Introduction         In their recent Anchor Point article (September 1998, pp 33-37),  Michael Hall and Debra Lederer present a procedure which they call  “The Kinesthetic Swish Pattern.”         I am sure that the pattern they present is useful to clients, since it includes the following elements or patterns:      1. “At least” four spatial …

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