A Representational System is an Neural Linguistic Programming (NLP) model that examines how we process information throughout the day through the five senses of touch, taste, smell, sight and sound.
Each of our five senses are connected to our state of mind (mental state) and directly influence how we interpret information on a daily basis.
Associated with each Representational System are a set of submodalities, which determine how we process information through our five sensory organs. Examples of submodalities include distance, brightness, size, location, color, association and dissociation.
This NLP model recognizes that by making small adjustments to the way we represent and perceive information through our five senses will directly impact the emotions that we experience at any one moment in time.
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Learn more about this segment of the MasterMind Matrix by visiting the following links and resources:
- About Neural Linguistic Programming
- About Representational Systems
- All About Submodalities
- Derren Brown: NLP Swish Pattern Demo
- How to Use NLP to Change Submodalities
- Modalities and Representational Systems
- NLP Submodalities Explained
- NLP Swish Pattern Demo
- Submodality Examples
- Submodality Worksheet
- The NLP Swish Pattern
- The Submodality Model
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