Strategy Elicitation Notation

When modeling or undertaking a Strategy Elicitation in NLP, we need to write down in an easy way what we have found, so that we can use the strategy again in the future or to make changes to it.

The standard NLP Notation can be coded thus :-

The Representation System used.

            V    –    visual
            A    –    auditory
            K    –    kinesthetic
            O    –    olfactory
            G    –    gustatory

Internal or External Processing

            Is what is happening to them their thoughts, their feeling taking place their minds or body, or 
            is there some other outside stimulus, i.e. they remember some incident would be internal, notated 
            by a small “i”, (i), whereas seeing something actually happening would be external, notated by a
            small “e”, (e). Having butterflies in the tummy will be an kinesthetic internal, (Ki), whereas feeling
            the quality of cloth would be kinesthetic external, (Ke).

                Ve    –    visual external                Vi    –    visual internal
                Ae    –    auditory external            Ai    –    auditory internal 
                Ke    –    kinesthetic external        Ki    –    kinesthetic internal 
                Oe    –    olfactory external           Oi    –    olfactory internal 
                Ge    –    gustatory external         Gi    –    gustatory internal

Remembered or Constructed

            Has the person remembered something from the past, or are they constructing for example what
            they would look like wearing a certain suit? The representation for visual remembered can be 
            notated by a small “r“, (Vir), here meaning a visual internal remembered, whereas for a visual
imagining what they would look like by a small “c“, (Vic).

Other Notations

                _m_        about the previous step when linking steps. “m” standing for meta. For example getting a feeling about some stimulus.

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