The existence of the ordered sequences of representation that we call strategies presupposes interconnected networks of activity at the neurological level. Crossover connections between representational systemcomplexes, such that the activity in one representational system initiates activity in another system called synesthesia in NLP.

Hearing a harsh tone ofvoice and feeling uncomfortable is an example of auditory-kinesthetic synesthesia. Seeing blood and feeling nauseous would be a visual-kinesthetic synesthesia. Feeling angry and blaming someone verbally inside your head wouldbe a kinesthetic-auditory synesthesia. Hearing music and imagining a beautifulscene would constitute an auditory-visual synesthesia.

Synesthesia patterns constitute a large portion of the human meaning making process. Correlations between representational system activities are at the root of such complex processes as knowledge, choice and communication. The skills and abilities thathumans develop in all areas, fields and disciplines are the direct result ofthe establishment of crossover connections between neural representational complexes. The major differences among individuals possessing different skills, talents and abilities are derived from the synesthesia correlations within their particular domains of experience.

By making these correlative patterns explicit, neurolinguistics programming provides aworking model, an applied technology for the strategic utilization of correlative patterns to secure any behavioral outcome. By identifying synesthetic sequences that lead to specific outcomes and by making them available to those who desireto achieve those outcomes we can, in essence, replicate any behaviorwhether that of a businessman, scientist, healer, athlete, musician or anyone that does something well. With the tools provided by NLP, we believe anyone can betransformed into a modern "renaissance" person.










ѡNeuro-Linguistic Programming Volume

Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Robert Dilts
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