Time is one of the major controlling influences of our lives. This amazing book explores the very many different meanings that time has for us, its impact on the way we run our lives, and how we can use our internal representations of time to empower us. Preface by Wyatt Woodsmall.
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L. Michael Hall, PhD and Bob G Bodenhamer, D Min, are two of the brightest and most enthusiastic authors on the NLP scene today. Renowned for their integrity, their compassion, and their dedication to applying and expanding NLP into areas where it has not travelled previously, both have already made major contributions to the expansion of this intriguing field.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
(form Chapter Two) The brain primarily uses the visual submodality of location to store and represent "time" for the very reason that location functions as an analogue submodality. Thus location permits us to distinguish and access sequential events events that occur one after another. Brightness and focus lack enough variation to represent "time." So most people, in most cultures, rely on size, distance, and location for representing this concept of time. This enables us to store our "time" in various places around, behind, before, above, and below us (various locations at varying distances). Further, if we step back to get an image of the overall configuration of this "time" representation, we usually have a line, a shape of some sort, picture... Thus, the origin of the term, "time-line."
Nor do auditory submodalities allow for simultaneous access of memories. Kinesthetic submodalities tend to lack the imprecision of the visual system (although we have a kinesthetic time-line process, Dilts, 1990, Hall, 1996). Thus, we tend to rely primarily on the visual system to represent the long and detailed continuum of our experiences over "time." The visual system can contain far more information simultaneously than can the auditory or kinesthetic representation systems.
Each of us has his or her own way of storing time. No single style serves as "the correct way" in contradistinction to the incorrect way. They just differ. Yet, how we store "time" does lead to various consequences in experiences, emotions, and behaviors. For example, suppose you coded your "past" directly in front of you. Would you not feel more driven by your memories? Would they not seem more "in your face" and more difficult to "get away from?"
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Descripción Crown House Publishing, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111899836128
Descripción Crown House Publishing, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1899836128