More about Tonality

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More about Tonality

Richard Bandler, co-creator of NLP, speaks of tonality in a manner very similar to this: He points at his nose while speaking in a very nasal tonality and says, “This is your nose.” Then he points at his throat, shifts his tonality downwards and says, “this is your throat.” He continues by pointing to his chest, and lowering his tonality …

Embedded Questions

Ericksonian Language Patterns —Embedded Questions are the same thing as embedded commands only different. They are often really statements but are responded to consciously as a question. This is because their grammatical structure is that of a question, but your tonality in delivering them is that of a command. (In most examples below I’ll omit the question mark.) “I wonder …

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