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NLP Now – Meta Model – YÜKLEMLER – Türkçe – Turkish

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YÜKLEMLER


Meta Model yüzeysel seviyedeki veya silinerek aktarılan bilgideki kullandığımız dil kalıplarına bakar.

Yüklemler kelimeleri kullanırken hangi temsil sistemini nasıl kullandığımızı gösterir.

Bir bilgiyi işlerken , duyusal bilgiyi içsel olarak kodlama veya sunma biçimimize temsil sistemi denir.


Ana temsil sistemleri Görsel (G) , İşitsel (İ) , Dokunsal (D) olanlardır , diğer iki ikincil de Kokusal (K) ,ve Tatsal (T) olanlardır. Ayrıca İçsesimiz veya içsel diyaloğumuz da var insanlar kendileri ile konuşuyorlat.

Bu içsel bilgi haznemiz ile iletişim kurduğumuzda fiiller , zarflar , sıfatlar gibi kullanacağımız işlenmiş kelimeler , bilgiyi işlerkenki temsil sistemimizi tanımlar.Bu işlenmiş kelimelere yüklemler diyoruz.


İletişimde  bulunduğumuz insanların temsil sistemlerini anladığımızda daha iyi bir iletişim için onlarla uyum sağlayabiliriz.




































GÖRSEL VISUAL

İŞİTSEL AUDITORY

DOKUNSAL KINESTHETIC

Parlak, loş, renkli, Siyah Beyaz Odaklanmış ,Uzak, Yakın, Şeffaf, Manzara, Görünüş 

Yükses, Yumuşak, Duymak, Sesler, Şarkı, Anlatmak, Tonlama, Donuk, Armoni, Dinlemek, Konuşmak 

Duygular, His, Sıcak, Soğuk, Serin, Yoğun, Yüklü, hafif, Ağır, Dokunuş
Anlattığın şeyi görüyorum.Ne söylediğini duyuyorum.Söylediklerin bende bir takım hisler uyandırdı.
O bize bakıyor.Çalan zil kadar açık.Bunun için bazı duygularım var.
Buraya bak beni anladın mı ?Kulağıma müzik gibi geliyor.Sıkı sıkı tut.
Ne demek istediğini göster.Aynı frekanstayız.Boynunda ağrı var.
Anladım. Resmi gördüm.Doğru sesler alıyorum.Tam zamanında adım at.
Herşey beyaza döndü.Kendi fikirlerini seslendirdi. Baskı altında görünüyor.





































KOKUSAL OLFACTORY

TATSAL GUSTATORY

İÇ SES
AUDITORY DIGITAL


Koku, Parfüm, Odour, Fishy, Fragrant, Pungent, Smoky, Whiff

 Tatlı, Baharatlı, Sulu, çeşni, Tuzlu, Acı, Lezzet 

Anlayış, Karar, Bilgi, akıl süzgeci, öğrenmek, değerlendirmek
Hiç doğru kokular almıyorum.  Bundan hoş bir lezzet aldım Seni anlıyorum.
Kötü  kokular geliyor,bazı şeyler yanlış olmalı  Acı ilaç yutmak gibi   Ne yapacağıma karar verdim.
Yanlış kokular alıyorum. Tatlı bir kıza benziyor. Tüm opsiyonlarımı değerlendirmeliyim.
Söylediğin şüpheli kokuyor. Yaptıkları ağzımda acı bir tat bıraktı. Bunu yapmayı öğrenmek istiyorum
Hoş kokuyor.  Anne sütü gibi   Düşündüm de doğru söylüyorsun.
Keskin kokuyor ,birşeyler yanlış olmalı  Bu akşam lezzetli bir et yemek istiyorum. Bunu yapabileceğimi biliyorum.

Yüklemler Göz erişim ipuçları ile birlikte değerlendirildiğinde daha iyi bir tanıma yöntemi oluşturur.

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NLP Now – The META MODEL – Complex Equivalence

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COMPLEX EQUIVALENCE

The Meta Model looks at the language patterns we make, which are made at the surface level (click to read) to recover the deleted information.

A Complex Equivalence creates a conclusion which is held as true from two unrelated events.

There is nearly always the use of or a implication of the words “means that.”

Statement:-

She is going to leave me, she has not baked a chocolate cake.”

Can be challenged by:-

“What makes you think not baking a cake means she will leave you, perhaps she has no flour?”

Statement:-

“You are too old, you will never learn.”

Challenge:-

“Do only young people learn new things?”

Sometimes there is an overlap between Cause and Effect and Complex Equivalence. Cause and Effect has a time element or implication that will happen in the future, whereas, Complex Equivalence happens now or concurrently.

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NLP Now – The META MODEL Cause and Effect

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CAUSE AND EFFECT

The Meta Model looks at the language patterns we make, which are made at the surface level (click to read) to recover the deleted information.

Cause and Effect is the implied implication that one thing has a direct effect on another, by doing one thing it will cause another thing to happen, but there is no evidence to support or demonstrate that statement.
 
Words that may be heard with a Cause and Effect statement could be:-

            “makes, because, then, since, so”

An example of a Cause and Effect statement:-

            “It is your fault she left you because you did not like her chocolate cake.”

This could be challenged by:-

            “What makes you think that she left me because of her chocolate cake?”

Statement:-

            “You do not love me any more because you do not buy me flowers.”

Challenge:-

            “Why do you believe me not buying you flowers means I do not love you? You suffer from hay fever.”

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NLP Now – The META MODEL – Mind Reading

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MIND READING

The Meta Model looks at the language patterns we make, which are made at the surface level (click to read) to recover the deleted information.

Mind Reading occurs when someone claims to think they know what another is thinking without verification.

            “I know you do not love me anymore.”

How does the speaker know that? How do they know how the person thinks or believes?

Mind Reading is believing we know the thoughts, intentions, feelings, meanings, motivation, or internal processes of another person – with no basis in a reasonable way, or not having logical grounds for interpretation or direct, sensory observation of that person.

The Mind Reading statements are challenged by asking simply “how do you know?”.

            “You do not like me anymore.”

            “What makes you think that I do not like you anymore?”

The speaker has to go on a transderivational search, (click to read) to verify what their statement actually means, which once found can be challenge.

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NLP Now – The META MODEL – Sensory

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SENSORY

The Meta Model looks at the language patterns we make, which are made at the surface level (click to read) to recover the deleted information.

Sensory words will be given, that will lack clarity or precise meaning, and the NLP Practitioner will chunk down to access the missing inner meaning of what is being communicated.

            “feel, gut, happy, sad,”

all involve our senses, but do not define precisely what are those sensory words, and will be challenge.

            “What precisely do you feel about this?”

Sensory words, also define what modality the person is communicating in, V.A.K.O.G. (Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Olfactory, Gustatory), which will allow the NLP Practitioner the possibility of using the same modality to gain rapport and understanding.

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NLP Now – The META MODEL – Time and Space

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TIME AND SPACE

The Meta Model looks at the language patterns we make, which are made at the surface level (click to read) to recover the deleted information.

We will often communicate our understanding of what we understand as being in respect of Time and Space.

We will use such words for time as:-

            “before, after, as, now, soon. first, firstly, second, secondly.” etc

            “Before you do this job, I want you to read this book.”

            “The first thing I want you to do is read this book, then tell me about it.”

The NLP Practitioner will challenge the time words, to chunk down to be more specific, to have a precise time frame.

            “When specifically will this be?”

For space words we may use:-

            “over there, here, behind, in front.” etc

            “The book is over there.”

The NLP Practitioner will challenge the space words, to chunk down to be more specific, to have a precise place.

            “Were specifically do you mean?”

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NLP Now – The META MODEL – Predicates

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PREDICATES

The Meta Model looks at the language patterns we make, which are made at the surface level (click to read) to recover the deleted information.

Predicates are process words indicating how and what representational systems we are using.

When we process information we will represent or code the information internally using our senses which are known as our representational systems or rep system.

The main rep systems are Visual (V), Auditory (A), Kinsaesthetic (K), with the other minor two, Olfactory (O) and Gustatory (G). Also we have Auditory Digital or Internal Dialog, people talking to themselves.

When we communicate this stored internal information we will use process words, verbs, adverbs and adjectives to identify the rep systems we are using to process the information. These process words are know as Predicates.

By understanding what Representational Systems people are communicating in, we can gain Rapport and communicate better.

Predicates can be further recognised when used in conjunction with Eye Accessing Cues (click to view).




































VISUAL

AUDITORY

KINESTHETIC

Bright, Dim, Colour, Black and White, Focused, Far, Near, Clear, View, Look

Loud, Soft, Hear, Sounds, Sing, Tell, Tone, Faint, Harmonious, Listen, Talk

Feeling, Feel, Hot, Cold, Cool, Firm, Weight, Light, Heavy, Touch
I see what you say. I hear what you say. I get a feeling of what you are saying.
He looked after us. Clear as a bell. I have a feeling for it.
Look here do you understand me? It is music to my ears. To get to grips with.
Show me what you mean. We are on the same wavelength. He is a pain in the neck.
I understand, I get the picture. That sounds right to me. Do it one step at a time.
Everything went blank. He voiced his opinion. He seems under pressure.







































OLFACTORY

GUSTATORY

AUDITORY DIGITAL

Smell, Perfume, Odour, Fishy, Fragrant, Pungent, Smoky, Whiff

Sweet, Spicy, Juicy, Flavour, Salty, Bitter, Taste

Understand, Decide, Know, Perceive, Learn, Consider
This does not smell right to me. I am getting a flavour for this. I understand you.
It smells fishy, there is something wrong. It was a bitter pill to take. I have to decide what to do.
I get a whiff something is not correct. She seems a tasty girl. I must consider all my options.
What you said sounds fishy. What he did to me left a bitter taste in my mouth. I want to learn to do this.
She smelt good to me. It makes my mouth water. I think you are correct.
There was a pungent odour that was not right. I want a sweet meal tonight. I know I can do this.



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NLP Now – Meta Model – Karşılaştırmalı Silmeler -Türkçe – Turkish

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Karşılaştırmalı Silmeler


Meta Model yüzeysel seviyedeki veya silinerek aktarılan bilgideki kullandığımız dil kalıplarına bakar.


İletişim sırasında bir nesneyi veya bir durumu karşılaştırma yaparken, kullanılan ifadelerde karşılaştırılan nesne bahsedilmez. Bu durum geçersiz karşılaştırma ya da karşılaştırmalı silmeler olarak adlandırılır.


             “ İki kat fazla kilo kaybetmek “


tıpkı reklamlarda gördüğümüz gibi. Neyi kıyaslıyorlar?


             “ Hava çok sıcak “


Nereyle kıyaslandığında? Sıcaklığı neyle kıyaslıyorlar, Kuzey Kutbuyla mı yoksa Suudi Arabistan Çölleriyle mi?


NLP Pratisyeni bu karşılaştırmalı silmelere aşağıdaki gibi sorularla meydan okuyacaktır:-

       “Neye göre iki kat fazla ?”


       “Neye göre iki kat hızlı ? “


       “Nereyle kıyaslandığında çok sıcak ? “

NLP Now – The META MODEL – Modal Operators

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MODAL OPERATORS

The Meta Model looks at the language patterns we make, which are made at the surface level (click to read) to recover the deleted information.

Modal Operators fall into two categories:-

            1.    Modal Operators of Possibility 
            2.    Modal Operators of Necessity
.

A Model Operator changes the way we process the information we are given, and consist of words such as:-

            “can, cannot, should, might, may, will, want, wont, have, try, possible, impossible.
” et al.   

The predicate (click to read) or modal operator will affect the way the instruction is processed, and the outcome. 

            “You can go to bed,” implies that there is a possibility that they may or may not go to bed. 1. above.
            “You should go to bed,” implies that there is a possibility that they may or may not go to bed. 1. above.
            “You may go to bed,” implies that there is a possibility that they may or may not go to bed. 1. above.

            You must go to bed,” implies that there is a necessity that they should go to bed. 2. above.
            “You have to go to bed,” implies that there is a necessity that they should go to bed. 2. above.
            “You must go to bed,” implies that there is a necessity that they should go to bed. 2. above.

Modal operators can used in the positive (can, will, must) or negative form (cannot, won’t, mustn’t). Typical challenges to these are as follows:

            “I can’t do that.” can be challenged by “What stops you?”

            “I can’t do anything right?” can be challenged by “What prevents you?”


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NLP Now – Meta Model – GENELLENMİŞ İSİMLER – Türkçe – Turkish

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GENELLENMİŞ İSİMLER


Meta Model yüzeysel seviyedeki veya silinerek aktarılan bilgideki kullandığımız dil kalıplarına bakar.


İnsanlar ifadelerinde belli bir gruba dahil olan her şeyi aynı durumda değerlendirerek genelleme yaparlar.


                     “Çocuklar yaramazdır.”


                     “Çukulatalı pastalar şişmanlatır.”


NLP Pratisyeni bu ifadeye ve inanışa ,  bu ifadeyi ileten kişiye original ifadeye dönüştürecek soruyu sormak suretiyle meydan okur.


                   “Bütün Çocuklar mı !?“
                   “Bütün Çukulatalı kekler mi !?“


Bu ifadeyi ileten kişi (danışan) ifadesini ispatlamak üzere kendi anlayış dünyasına, haritasına gidecek, transa yönelik araştırmasını yapacaktır. İfadeleri ile ilgili birtek aksi örnek bulur ise artık bu ifadeyi doğru olarak benimsemeyecektir.

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