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The patterns discovered were developed over time and adapted for general communication and effecting change.

The original models were: Milton Erickson (hypnotherapy), Virginia Satir (family therapy), and Fritz Perls (gestalt therapy).

Many trainings and standard works still teach PRS Submodalities involve the relative size, location, brightness of internal images, the volume and direction of internal voices and sounds, and the location, texture, and movement of internally created sensations.

For example, someone may see their future as 'dark and cloudy' with associated emotions, but would seek through NLP to perceive, and feel it, as 'light and clear'.

Thirdly, to allow for interpretation in the words offered to the client.

"Modeling" in NLP is the process of adopting the behaviors, language, strategies and beliefs of another person or exemplar in order to 'build a model of what they do..know that our modeling has been successful when we can systematically get the same behavioural outcome as the person we have modeled'. The founders, Bandler and Grinder, started by analysing in detail and then searching for what made successful psychotherapists different from their peers.NLP teaches that language and behaviors (whether functional or dysfunctional) are highly structured, and that this structure can be 'modeled' or copied into a reproducible form.Using NLP a person can 'model' the more successful parts of their own behavior in order to reproduce it in areas where they are less successful or 'model' another person to effect belief and behavior changes to improve functioning.which teaches that people are only able to directly perceive a small part of the world using their conscious awareness, and that this view of the world is filtered by experience, beliefs, values, assumptions, and biological sensory systems.NLP argues that people act and feel based on their perception of the world and how they feel about that world they subjectively experience.

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