Every problem has a sequence of internal experiences—images, sounds, words, and feelings–that elicits the undesired outcome. Saying, “Let’s say I had to fill in for you for a day,” can be a doorway to eliciting this sequence in detail and discovering exactly how it works, providing multiple choices for intervention.
Describe how to elicit the internal mental structure and sequence of a problem or limitation.
To utilize non- verbal indicators of internal experience.
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