Words like move, change, fix, do, experience are Unspecified Verbs. Now keep in mind that no verb is completely specified. Yet verbs can be more or less specified. When you use relatively unspecified verbs, your client is again forced to provide meaning in order to interpret the sentence. Remember that we are in the land of the Milton Model and the usage of this technique is to be specifically vague. So Unspecified Verbs are fully in line here as they offer only a vague description of an action or happening.
Words that take the place of a noun in a sentence but are not tangible are Nominalizations. They can not be touched, felt or heard. Nominalizations are used as nouns but they are actually process words.When you use a Nominalization, a large part of information is deleted. Nominalizations come very helpful in hypnosis and hypnotic inductions. They allow you to be vague and require the listener to search trough their experience for the most applicable meaning. By using Nominalizations you can give useful instructions and being protected at the same time of saying something that will violate or runs counter to the listener’s internal experience.
Causal Modeling or Linkage is the simple technique of implying that there is a cause-effect relationship between something that is happening and something the coach wants to happen. It invites the client to respond as if one thing happened and indeed caused the other.