Wednesday, February 2, 2011

NLP - Milton Model - Analogue Marking

Analogue Marking the second of the  Indirect Elicitation Pattern
From the Milton Model which is used for Influence, Persuasion and Hypnosis.

This "Marking" is a way in which we can Emphasize whatever we would like somebody to focus on.
We can Emphasize with so many different ways of making our ideas stand out from the rest of our conversation. Erickson was known for changing Tonality when he was inducing Trance which led to his subjects being lulled into Trance easily and effortlessly.

This is  a small Chunk that you can have a great Deal of Fun with, can you remember where you have seen this type of marking in action before now ?

Begin to notice Analogue Marking in action and  you can find many ways to use it yourself.
Let me know how you get on.

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2 comments:

  1. Hi Nadia,
    We love Milton Erickson and a lot of our hypnosis is based on Erickson. Analogue Marking is fun and gets you where you want to go. This is a fun article in which you explain it very well :-)
    bye bye
    The English Sisters

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  2. Thank you Jutka, I am so Pleased it is helpful to you.

    I also really liked your Hypnosis Video Ramble :0.

    Thank you very much for your comment.

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Thank you so much for your comments.

Nadia.

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