|Topic:||Re:Re:Re:Re:Feed Forward of Experience|
|Posted by:||Eric Rudnick|
"I would say that quite differently - more like, much of what I do in NLP with beliefs is to create a context in which the person with the limiting belief (one that they consider limiting) has an experience that is precisely one of the set of experiences that are counter-examples to that limiting belief- typically with behavioral presuppositions that prevent the client from recognizing the intention behind the task"|
John, would you please elaborate on how you do the generalization part, as this is a peice I've had some trouble with lately in my work personally (more success w/ others than myself in this case). In a couple situations I've done things which were counterexamples, and which didn't generalize. Specifically in cases where there are/were multiple conflicting beliefs.
So, for example, you take a kid (22 years) who's been told his whole life that he's developmentally un-able. Then you give him amnesia, and put him through a semester at Harvard. After the semester, you wake him up. What happens?
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Feed Forward of Experience||25/02/2003 19:25:04||Eric|
|Re:Feed Forward of Experience||26/02/2003 19:16:22||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:Feed Forward of Experience||26/02/2003 20:56:12||Eric Rudnick|
|Re:Re:Re:Feed Forward of Experience||26/02/2003 21:10:13||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Feed Forward of Experience||27/02/2003 02:12:15||Eric Rudnick|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Feed Forward of Experience||27/02/2003 16:40:14||John Grinder|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Feed Forward of Experience||02/03/2003 05:07:41||Eric Rudnick|