NLP Patterns Single Bind

Boost Power with NLP Patterns Single Bind

One dictionary meaning of the word “bind” is, “To impose a responsibility” . The linguistic pattern referred to as source and effect, (where something is stated to, or is indicated to trigger something else to take place, which may or may not be true) is frequently a bind.

For instance, “the more you exercise then the better you will become at utilizing them”. There’s a great NLP double bind right there

NLP Patterns Single Bind

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By accepting this tip you are concurring (Obligation) that this is a reality and it arises by exercising or practicing them. Hence the (Cause) you anticipate to improve (the result) your ability to utilize them.

Another issue, “Are you prepared to enter trance now?” Met with a consistent yes answer, this binds the customer into entering into trance, if they do not enter into trance, then they were not prepared. The indicated bind is ‘prepared to enter trance.’.

The question, “You don’t anticipate to make changes without entering trance, would you?” seems a simple bind that leads to concurrence, which at one level it is. However, when the customer provides a congruent “No” response to this concern the client is binding themselves to the subtle ideas of expecting to make changes, which in order to make those changes they will have to go into trance. They are enforcing these responsibilities on them self, usually outside of their conscious awareness. Although there are two binds in that concern they are considered to be numerous single binds as there is no implied option, (see double binds).

You might have likewise acknowledged this bind as a tag question with an embedded command and obviously you are right. The “expect to make changes” is the embedded command. Deconstruct any sentence within the frame of Ericksonian Language Patterns and you will be shocked at exactly what subtle language patterns you can also find and finding them implies you can utilize them even more effectively now, cannot you?

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