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Milton Model
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Presuppositions

We have learnt in the Meta Model that Presuppositions are basically – “What is the person assuming to be true, underneath what they are actually telling me?”. Presuppositions are not necessarily true, but even if the are not, by holding something not-yet-true as being true, we can help to bring that to fruition. Now the presuppositions in relation to the Milton Model. Presuppositions are the most powerful of the language patterns, when used by a communicator who presupposes what she does not want to have questioned. A general principle is to give the person lots of choices and yet have all of the choices presuppose the response you want.

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Generalisation
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NLP Presuppositions

What are NLP Presuppositions?

Simple! In NLP Presuppositions are basically – “What is the person assuming to be true, underneath what they are actually telling me?”. Presuppositions are not necessarily true, but even if the are not, by holding something not-yet-true as being true, we can help to bring that to fruition.

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Hypnosis
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NLP Milton Model

The NLP Milton Model. You’re about to discover what made Milton Erickson the modern day legend that he is until now. And you are about to discover how powerful the NLP Milton Model is. Have fun reading and practicing! Before we dive into Erickson’s magic language patterns, let’s answer the question: “Who was Milton Erickson?”.

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Indirect Elicitation Patterns
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NLP Conversational Postulates

Did someone ever asked you something like “Do you know what time it is.”? And you told them the exact time? Welcome to NLP Conversational Postulates. The most logical answer to this question is either Yes or No. Conversational Postulates typically elicit a response, rather than a literal answer. So, can you give me some more examples of Conversational Postulates now? I think you can. It depends rather now on if you provide a response or a literal answer. Are you reading this?

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Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs
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Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs

We have gone over Adjectives and Adverbs in our previous blogposts. So that may not be any difficulty anymore. Now, in specific we are coming to Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs. Before you continue to read, we want you to know that the examples we are going to provide you proudly contain several kinds of presuppositions.. And combining all the techniques learnt will make it only more powerfull than you could imagine. Practice these examples and come up with your own. The more you practice, the more you become perfect in it. That is the goal we are aiming for.

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Milton Model
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NLP Subordinate Clauses of Time

Before you start to read this article we just want to make sure we are talking about NLP Subordinate Clauses of Time. After you have finished reading this article we are sure you are more educated about this subject. So while you are reading this article we want you to start to realise you are using this Milton Model pattern already a lot and on an everyday basis in your life. Aren’t you? We want to discuss something with you before you complete reading this article. Do you want to sit down while you are reading this? A trained and well educated NLP Practitioner will know what we written down prior to this sentence.

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Milton Model
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Ordinal Numerals

First promise me something. As you are reading this article about Ordinal Numerals, make sure you read it through the end. Second, promise yourself to practice this stuff a lot. Third, make notes and grow your own library of this stuff. Because if you complied with the first, second and third hint, you already know that the fourth is not that hard. Incorporate it in your knowledge-base of the Milton Model, specifically the Presuppositions. Questions?

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Inverse of the Meta Model
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Lost Performative

Lost Performative are Evaluative statements. The person making the evaluation is missing (lost) from the sentence is called Lost Performative. Lost Performatives can be a very effective way of delivering presuppositions. We will work this out in our example section.

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Awareness Predicates
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Awareness Predicates

Did you realize that your unconscious mind already has begun learning about Awareness Predicates? Sounds silly right? Yet your unconscious mind does. Now it is only the trick to continue these learnings and incorporate it in your knowledge of presuppositions and the Milton Model. Do you realize consciously now that you are reading this? Awareness Predicates are used to provide an ‘instruction’ to the listener. Have you noticed the attractive writing style in this article to keep you reading and learning at the same time?

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Adverbs and Adjectives
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Adverbs and Adjectives

Adverbs and Adjectives presuppose that something is going to happen. Adverbs and adjectives add information to a verb (doing word) or noun (naming word) respectively. If I were to say “Johnny is running quickly”, “quickly” would be the adverb as it is adding more detail or qualifying the verb “to run”. The question is how will the experience be? That is the question, you, as an NLP Practitioner needs to investigate. Adverbs and Adjectives is a wonderful part of the Milton Model that helps you do your work easier and quicker. It only needs some planning. For you to experience the information below.

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