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Neuro Linguistic Programming Terms and Definitions

NLP Glossary of Terms – P

Pacing is matching or mirroring another person’s external behavior so as to gain rapport.
Parts are a portion of the unconscious mind, which often have conflicting beliefs and values.
Parts Integration
An NLP technique, which allows us to integrate parts at the unconscious level by assisting each one to traverse logical levels (by chunking up) and to go beyond the boundaries of each to find a higher level of wholeness.
Perceptual Position
Describes our point of view in a specific situation: First Position is our own point of view. Second Position is usually someone else’s point of view. Third position is the point of view of a dissociated observer.
Phonological Ambiguity
This occurs when there are two words, which sound the same but have different meanings.
Preferred Rep System
This is the representational system that someone most often uses to think, and to organize his or her experiences.
Presuppositions literally means assumptions. In natural language, the presuppositions are assumed by the sentence. They are useful in “hearing between the lines” and also for communicating to someone using assumptions that will have to be accepted by the listener so that the communication makes sense.
Presuppositions of NLP
Assumptions or convenient beliefs, which are not necessarily “true,” but which if accepted and believed will change our thinking and improve our results as an NLP Practitioner.
Primary Rep System
This is how we represent our internal processing, externally. It’s discovered by listening to predicates and looking at the physiology.
Punctuation Ambiguity
Ambiguity is created by changing the punctuation of a sentence by pausing in the wrong place or by running-on two sentences.

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