The NLP Pattern of the Month:
Exercise: Shifting and Attractor 'Landscape'
The following exercise will help you to practice shifting your own "attractor landscape" by exploring and altering the "attractor basin" associated with two different internal states.
- Identify a resource or resource state that you would like to transfer to other contexts.
- Identify a situation or context in which you would like to be more resourceful or flexible.
- Establish a meta position and sort the two experiences identified above into separate spatial locations.
Existing 'Landscape' of Internal States
- Associate into each of the two experiences and explore the current 'landscape' by changing various parameters one at a time, and noticing what happens.
- Associate into the resource experience and 'deepen' the 'attractor basin' by finding which parameters intensify the experience.
Deepening the Resource 'Basin'
- Access the presupposition fully, then step into the context space, adding the presupposition.
- 'Widen' the 'attractor basin' of the resource by:
- stepping into the location for the situation or context to be improved.
- 'destabilize' the landscape by shifting the relevant cognitive or physiological patterns.
- transferring the 'attractors' associated with the resource experience.
Widening the Resource 'Basin' to Alter the 'Landscape
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