John Grinder suggested that the participants of the Austin, TX New Code training spend at least a week to track our internal dialogue. Explore the differences when we were speaking to ourselves in our own voice and when the voice belonged to someone else. There are many interesting variations on this theme available.
Another notion is to find the positive intention of the internal dialogue and using 6 step rebehaving, trade behaviors. So you end up with something else in place of the chatter when you want.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Internal Dialogue||24/04/2003 16:12:53||Pete|
|Re:Internal Dialogue||24/04/2003 20:05:13||John Schertzer|
|Re:Internal Dialogue||25/04/2003 02:34:42||Stephen|
|Re:Re:Internal Dialogue||25/04/2003 10:06:03||Pete West|
|Re:Re:Re:Internal Dialogue||25/04/2003 11:14:18||Robin Manuell|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Internal Dialogue||25/04/2003 17:08:43||John Schertzer|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Internal Dialogue||25/04/2003 19:58:29||Pete West|
|Re:Re:Re:Internal Dialogue||26/04/2003 03:17:46||Stephen|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Internal Dialogue||26/04/2003 08:55:50||Pete West|
|Re:Internal Dialogue..The Matrix||26/04/2003 18:57:20||David|
|Re:Re:Internal Dialogue..The Matrix||27/04/2003 03:09:40||Russ Kenworthy|