NLP Glossary - Definitions and Terms

NLP Glossary – T – Definitions and Terms


Tag questions
Milton Model: A tag at the end of a statement to turn it into a command. You do get it, don’t you?
Thing Motivation Preference
Meta Program: Primary Interest Sort: A primary interest in things.
Thinking Feeling
Meta Program: MBTI: The Thinking Feeling preference is about how we make decisions and evaluate information.
Meta Program: A common Western business time sort. The focus is on the future and the past.
Time Line Therapy
NLP Technique: A set of timeline interventions using NLP processes. These interventions enable us to change our perceptions of past experiences
Transderivational Search
The term for one of Milton Erickson’s language patterns. This involves searching back through your memories and representations to find the reference experience they are based on or the meaning. When you ask someone to “remember a time you were really happy”, they can bring up any number of experiences. Words are triggers for transderivational search – they send you into your deep structure. Humans will try to make sense out of sentences, even if they don’t really make sense. If I say, “Those are motivated clouds” you will likely make some meaning from it and induce trance in the process
Triple Perspectives
NLP Technique: An anchoring pattern for communication difficulties or improving mental flexibility.

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