Consequently, keywords to listen for are “A equals B”, “A is the same thing as B”, “A means B”. Remember to make clearly not to confuse them with “A leads to B” or “When A, B” or “If A then B”, which are all three cause and effect statements.
An Example of Complex Exquivalence
Take the following sentence as an example: “Well, you coming home late from work is the same thing as wanting to spend less time at home.”. Hence to challenge and question that statement, you can ask: “When did it start being the same thing?”. Herein presupposing that it was not always. NLP Complex Equivalence.
As a result for today, write down 20 examples of Complex Equivalences, in all the possible forms you can recognise them as “A equals B”, “A is the same thing as B”, “A means B”. Again, remember to make a difference between statements that are “A leads to B” or “When A, B” or “If A then B”, which are all three statements of Cause and Effect! In NLP Lost Performative Index is part of the higher chunk called Distortion which is part of the Meta Model.
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