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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?

In other words, words like know, aware, realize, notice and so on are used to pin-point the receiver to what you want them to realize. The only question is, is the listener aware of what you are doing?

Some Examples of Awareness Predicates

Let’s take a look at some examples of Awareness Predicates. Do you already become aware that you are reading this?

  • Did you know you already have been in a trance many many times in your life?
  • Have you noticed the attractive painting in the corner of this room?
  • As your unconscious now starts to accept that there are many examples of Awareness Predicates, do you see how greatly you are gaining learning the benefits of it?

So you start to scan for words like:

  • Aware
  • Realize
  • Notice
  • Look … (in context)
  • See … (in context)

And there are a lot more. As you see the big picture now, notice what you have learnt from reading this article. See what you see, hear what you hear and feel how great it feels to gain proper knowledge from Mind Tools.

An exercise with Awareness Predicates

Yes here it comes again. An exercise with Awareness Predicates! Today in your conversations you are going to use as many possible Awareness Predicates as possible. See what works and see, hear and feel what the result is. The results that work, you keep and the versions you have created that do not work, you store for later use. Maybe they come in handy later on!

Last but not Least

Remember, to increase your efficiency as a NLP Practitioner, know your positive intention for the message you want to convey, build rapport and pay attention on what and how you use language. Leave people and business in a better place that where you found them, every day! Put yourself to work and start making the NLP Meta Model part of your knowledge. The sooner you start, the sooner you benefit.

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