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Representational systems (NLP) For many practical purposes, according to NLP, mental processing of events and memories can be treated as if performed by the five senses. For example, Einstein credited his discovery of special relativity to a mental visualization strategy of "sitting on the end of a ray of light", and many people as part of decision-making "talk to themselves" in their heads.
Representational systems (NLP) Logically, these or similar steps "must" take place somewhere in consciousness in order to cognitively make sense of the question and answer it. A sequence of this kind is known in NLP as a "strategy" - in this case, a functional outline of the strategy used by the mind in answering that question. In a similar way, the process leading to a panic attack of the form "I see the clock, ask myself where the kids are, imagine everything that could be happening and feel scared" might be notated as having a subjective structure: V → A → V → K, signifying that an external sight leads to internal dialog (a question), followed by internal and constructed images, leading to a feeling.
Representational systems (NLP) It's worth noting that usually, some of these steps (often the most important ones) occur extremely fast, and out of conscious awareness. For example, few people would ordinarily be aware that between question and even considering an answer, there must be steps in which the mind interprets and contextualizes the question itself, and steps which explore various possible strategies to be used to obtain an answer and select one to be followed. The mental occurrence of these steps is often identified by deduction following skilled observation, or by careful inquiry, although their presence is usually self-apparent to the person concerned once noticed.
Representational systems (NLP) Grinder and Bandler believed they identified pattern of relationship between the sensory-based language people use in general conversation, and for example, their eye movement (known as "eye accessing cues").
Representational systems (NLP) Common (but not universal) Western layout of eye accessing cues:
Representational systems (NLP) The use of the various modalities can be identified based by learning to respond to subtle shifts in breathing, body posture, accessing cues, gestures, eye movement and language patterns such as sensory predicates.
Representational systems (NLP) Some exercises in NLP training involve learning how to observe and respond to the various cues in real time.
Representational systems (NLP) According to Bandler and Grinder our chosen words, phrases and sentences are indicative of our referencing of each of the representational systems. So for example the words "black", "clear", "spiral" and "image" reference the "visual" representation system; similarly the words "tinkling", "silent", "squeal" and "blast" reference the "auditory" representation system. Bandler and Grinder also propose that ostensibly metaphorical or figurative language indicates a reference to a representational system such that it is actually "literal". For example, the comment "I see what you're saying" is taken to indicate a visual representation.
Representational systems (NLP) Further, Bandler and Grinder claim that each person has a "most highly valued" (now commonly termed "preferred") representational system in which they are more able to vividly create an experience (in their mind) in terms of that representational system, tend to use that representational system more often than the others, and have more distinctions available in that representation system than the others. So for example a person that most highly values their visual representation system is able to easily and vividly visualise things and has a tendency to do so in preference to creating or recreating an experience in terms of the other representational system.
Representational systems (NLP) Representational systems are one of the foundational ideas of NLP and form the basis of many NLP techniques and methods.