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NLP Ecology Redefined (Part 1)
by Annegret Hallanzy

(Excerpted from: "NLP Ecologie Redefiniert")
Translated from German by Marcel Marien - Edited by Martyn Carruthers

We recommend that you research the relationship consequences of any training and trainer before attending it - especially if hypnosis, compliance and belief change are themes of the training. Good intentions do not prevent unpleasant consequences. Martyn Carruthers

Student Abuse by Trainers . Client Abuse by Therapists

Continued at: Part 2 - NLP Strategy Techniques

NLP Ecology Redefined by Annegret Hallanzy

Although many NLP techniques do not fulfill the requirements for comprehensive change, they do achieve something called second order learning in Brief Therapy. Brief Therapy is understood to be any therapy that, from the onset, is limited to anywhere from 10 minutes to 10 sessions. Here, Brief Therapy is considered to be synonymous with coaching. Since many coaching sessions have emotional problems at their root, they are often handled in the same manner as in brief therapy. It is important to differentiate between coaching and in-depth life-change counseling or psychotherapy.

I include brief descriptions of these techniques for two reasons. 1, the level of coaching directly rises in consequence of expertise in goal setting and by correctly applying NLP techniques. 2, annotations found under Ecology describe some limitations of NLP methods.

Since few NLP trainers teach the same techniques in the same way, the Short Descriptions are meant to be a foundation for Ecology discussions and not to teach technique. The coach is designated as "B", the client as "A".


NLP Change Personal History

Application: Client's goal. ”I want to have some inner skill or capability every time I begin to feel unpleasant feelings (K-) for this and only this situation in my life.”

Brief description: The negative feeling (K-) is anchored. Client A defines the desired (K+) resource qualities that he would like to have at his disposal in the situation that causes K-. Client A is brought into the success bringing situation via VAKOG and all the good feelings associated with it are stack-anchored. Using the negative anchor, client A searches for the triggering event. The now reinforced negative feelings are coupled with the resource anchor K+ until client A enters into an acceptable emotional state that enables him to now react differently than before in the respective situation.

Ecology - A question arises, why a client has not already succeeded in activating his own resources for the problem context? Why must coach B remind client A that A already has resources? This is as absurd as a commonly asked question in NLP : „What do you need?” If a client knew the real answer, the client could solve the problem!

The crucial point in generating resources is not in searching for already experienced resources, but in using small talk spiked with paradoxical humor and encouragement. This induces client A with such good feelings that A can allow himself multiple good states on his own, despite knowing all along exactly what topic is going to come up next. It is the relationship between coach B and client A that becomes the most significant resource for mastering past failures with a significant or important other. The anchor in reality anchors coach B as the resource, so that client A can regress and experience the past differently.

After coach B has used small talk to establish a strong anchor for K+ qualities and has finished the VAKOG search for client A’s desired capabilities, the ecology-check comes in. „Using the help anchor, do you now want to explore, what this negative feeling is all about?” If client A congruently affirms, coach B intuitively knows that client A has gained enough resources through his connection with B to reframe the original situation and handle it adeptly in the present. If client A is incongruent in spite of the resources gained through coach B, this suggests either a case of K+ with recurring or permanently traumatic content, or coach B has not yet succeeded in spontaneously generating and anchoring A with sufficient resources.


NLP Phobia Technique

Application: Client's goal: „I want to be able to do everything that is not possible now, because trigger X sets off a phobia”.

Brief description - The panic reaction is anchored and in a dissociated state the past is searched for the triggering event. In a well anchored double dissociation (if necessary take on a third dissociation) alienate the submodalities of the triggering event. While continuing to alter the submodalities, A then associates himself into a fast rewind. If the trigger event has been suppressed until this NLP session, it becomes necessary to heal the experienced relationship. While in first dissociation, the film is stopped at the worst moment and the younger self is sent a good fairy or mentor to comfort this younger self and bring him to safety. A then „takes these two into his arms” and assimilates them.

Ecology - Astonishingly often, client A is not pleased about being able do things he could not do because of the phobia. To find client A's secondary benefits, a coach can investigate A's unconscious objections.

Often a phobia symbolizes repressed capabilities. Angst themes that have not been totally worked out with parents are internally split off and projected as childlike parts onto a trigger (e.g. insect, bird and animal phobias). Apart from that, triggering events are not only moments of fright, but often situations of loss, This points to other relationship issues that indirectly show up as secondary gains.

The NLP phobia technique should not be applied if secondary benefits are involved, as is usually the case! Should this be ignored, additional symptoms often appear so that the phobia does not disappear completely or permanently.

If client A's objections are analyzed and dissolved, a phobia disappears by itself and forever! As people can dissolve phobias on their own, a question arises about whether it is necessary to teach a phobia technique to shake off panicking over some trigger?

NLP 6-Step-Reframing

Application - Client's goal: „I want alternatives for a certain annoying behavior.”

Brief description - After testing  the persistence of the annoyance with numerous metaphors and reframes, coach B persuades client A that the part responsible for maintaining the behavior has good intentions. Client A then directly approaches the unconscious part and establishes involuntary signals kinesthetic are best for yes and no. Client A then asks this part. „Are you ready to tell me your good intention?”. Is the answer yes, the intention is directly requested and checked through signals. „Do I know all, now?” Is the answer is yes-no, ask „Would you be willing to have a conference with the creative part to give you ideas as to how you can reach the same result but in a different way? You can decide, whether you like this new idea better than the old behavior.” After alternatives have been gained in this manner, again using general terms, ask inwardly, if there are any other parts that would mind if these alternatives could be tested over a certain period. These objections are also creatively handled.

Ecology - It is vital that client A not only wants to get rid of the annoying behavior, but also congruently wants alternatives. Test for this congruent wish for alternatives (without fear of a symptom shift) after metaphorically reconciling the good intentions. If client A congruently confirms wanting alternatives, this is a sign that the subsequent signaling agreement will work.

6-Step-Reframing - Reframing should not be applied if the disturbing behavior is emotionally loaded, as in compulsive behavior, semi-compulsive addiction or threatening illness. 6-step reframing is more appropriate for mistakenly acquired habits than for compulsive behavior. This should be checked in the beginning, to ensure that objections at the end remain manageable.

The concept of a creative part does not foster integration. Instead it supports the notion of independent competencies. When I teach 6-Step-Reframing, I let the addressed part symbolize a younger, misunderstood self, who can present his intention to the other personality parts. Then in a creative conference the younger part can solicit advice from other parts and as a result become integrated!

NLP Conflict Reframing & Visual Squash

Application (never!) - Client's goal: "I want to have the resources of both parts available at one time.”

Brief description - Two parts that are in conflict with each other are dissociated onto both hands. B asks each part about its intention. Both parts either co-operatively negotiate their intentions into an agreement or coach B rephrases their intentions until the parts reach accord in a more abstract value. Then the parts are, either symbolically or with the help of the anchors, melted together.

Ecology - If coach B does not accept that client A wants to be rid of the conflict, but also asks A "Do you really want all the resources connected with each of these parts simultaneously", A will never congruently say yes. During my own practitioner training I wondered: „Why don’t two personality parts get the idea themselves that they could mutually assist each other or want the same thing?" As the saying goes, divide and conquer. Some third part could be a laughing winner.

There are secondary benefits in every conflict. These benefits will not appear if not requested. Unconscious objections always show up, if after having found the common goal or intention, coach B asserts without doubt, „Marvelous, now the two parts can collaborate! What great potential arises if both work in accord for value X!

The third part organizing this conflict loses its secondary benefit, if, as is common in NLP, the parts are integrated without checking. In the long term this causes either diffuse symptoms or physical illness. Since the direct experience of integration was such a relief in the beginning, client A does not connect these after-effects with B's conflict negotiation. I think that Robert Dilts' „Einstein-Integration” is more ecological. Dilts confronts the convictions on a clear abstract level and then uses the metaposition to reframe them on a higher logical level.

When one works with personality parts, the objecting third part should be the centre of attention! Making first contact with this part, followed by a little trance to reconcile the sub-selves, often gives as much relief as explicitly assimilating the parts. (This usually automatically occurs anyway, when A puts his hands together without prompting)! Just as the third part raised objections to the co-operative collaboration between the first and second part in reaching a joint value, it is possible that a fourth part may arise and protest against the contention of the third, and so on.

In summary: undesirable and hardly recognizable delayed reactions can result when the resources of two parts are joined together without attention to the existing secondary benefit of this conflict. Applying conventional Conflict Reframing is therefore not ecological. „Conflict Reframing with the third/fifth part” can be performed, if A defines his wish as „I want to know the positive effects of this conflict”.

NLP Deep Trance Reframing

Application - Client's goal: „While I am mentally elsewhere, I want Coach B to directly invite the part that keeps my annoying behavior alive to a conference on generating alternatives.”

Brief description - Applying the principles of 6-Step-Reframing, coach B uses signals to directly converse with the unconscious part in a conference, without client A realizing it.

Ecology - Client A has a right to know what deep trance is and what the conference is about. Partly because of learning effects or because the results can be tested using unconscious signals, A often prefers to personally confer with the inner sub-self as in 6-Step-Reframing.

Regardless, this technique is outstanding for inviting different parts to a conference dedicated to deciding how to advise client A in harmonically and/or healthfully mastering a difficult phase of life. Coach B will often get client A’s consent to do deep trance-work, if the disturbing issue exists as a general orientation rather than as a specific habit.

NLP Reframing through Metaphors

Application - Client A is either already in trance as a result of „goal hypnosis” or wants to reconcile with a sub-self within 3-10 minutes.

Brief description - If one can use the client’s metaprograms and problem structure to present new content, one can use small talk to weave in stories about other clients and to delve into A’s questions concerning goals or possible solutions with the coach B observing A’s physiology to gather information about what fits for client A.

Ecology - no objections

NLP Re-imprinting

Application - Client's goal: „I want to feel good about going after goal X.”

Brief description - Place three paper anchors to form a time line on the floor, one standing for the goal that client A congruently wants to achieve, one for the present and somewhere way in the back one for procreation. Coach B then asks: „What keeps you from achieving your goal? Or, "Why haven’t you reached your goal yet?" Spontaneously K+ sets in. On the time line representing the past, in an associated K+ state go back to the original experience of failure. After expressing the belief that was formed as a result of this experience of failure, client A moves to a metaposition outside the time line. Using role models, including A himself, he beams resources to all the important others until they feel good (an associated state check is suitable). In this fantasy scene the younger A is now treated differently. A steps into the fantasy, K’ immediately sets in, accompanied by a new belief that is anchored. With this feeling of K’, client A walks into the present and one step into the future.

Ecology
- Preparation is necessary to find a congruent goal or even a congruent goal direction. In many cases the goal will become irrelevant once it is systematically questioned. If, as is unfortunately often the case, proper goal setting is not done before re-imprinting, the following happens: Although Re-imprinting dissolves unpleasant feelings, the negative consequences that could have been discovered by stepping beyond the supposed desirable goal on the time line go unnoticed. Thus the client gets even worse. Anyone encouraging someone to pursue a goal in a direction the person does not wish to follow, must deal with increased objections in the form of fuzzy consequences.

Before reviewing the past, coach B should test, „Is this K- that you are now feeling, (the unpleasant feeling that keeps client A from taking that first step into the goal) something that comes and goes or is it something you have often, perhaps even as a continuous feeling in life?” Is the latter the case, then Reimprinting should not be applied. Core or meta-beliefs cannot be completely dissolved in this way - they are more than just emotional trauma - they also constitute relationship bonding problems.

Re-imprinting is not intended to reconcile deep-seated bonding problems with significant other people. It is an outstanding method to re-evaluate certain types of failures and deal with them with new feelings. Re-imprinting is best suited for known traumatic failures. In this case, it is not necessary to do an associated walk on the time line. Everything can be done on the screen.

NLP Future Self

(Aligning the logical levels on a timeline - Robert Dilts)
Application - Client's goal: „I want to progress towards target X with good feelings.”

Brief description - The technique has two main components: generating future resources on the time line in the target state and aligning the logical levels. Building up the future self, client A walks over the anchors on the floor progressing to and over the preliminary target until he gets himself into the as-if desired target state „Behave as if you already knew that you can do it, that it is possible and worthwhile.” This „future self” can then look back and encourage the present self.

Alignment: Coach B lays out anchors across the time line. Client A walks over them bringing behavior, capabilities, beliefs and values, identity and transpersonal affiliation with the „mission” in accord.

Ecology - the target state is unspecified and sometimes instills in the client a feeling of irrelevance. The alignment process enhances this artificial nature and further suppresses awareness. The client does not learn to question his goal and remains bonded to (unconscious) assumptions and beliefs.

The long term ineffectiveness of this technique has an advantage: deeply unconscious problem constructions remain, so unpleasant delayed reactions are rare. In summary: generating a goal and with it anchoring a „future self” is harmless resource generation, not in-depth goal setting. For this reason, one should refrain from (pseudo) aligning logical levels.

NLP Time Line (TL), Mentoring and Resonance (Dilts)

Application - Client's goal: „I want to live through this specific challenging phase of life X resourcefully or I want to resourcefully complete a certain project Y

Brief description - According to Dilts, mentors are models on the identity level. Their presence generates resonance within client A as well as between A and the mentors. This resource generation done on the future time line and can be supplemented by mentoring. Just as a future self can encourage the self in the here and now, so can imaged future mentors or existing mentor also activate A’s future self. They can walk beside the timeline, all the while accompanying and encouraging him.

The Resonance Pattern is an intensive and deep working version of mentoring. Three mentors (almost automatically, one for each representational system appears) are built up to help and encourage A on his way. They are distributed somewhere around the here and now on the TL. From a distant meta-perspective, client A is then asked: „Do the three mentors have a common underlying message?” A stands in the present simply listening to coach B play the three individual messages through, each time adding the common theme. Client A lets the words work on him. The resulting strong resonance resource is anchored and taken into the future.

Ecology - Time Line mentoring is ecological because client A plans each step. Unfortunately, Dilts offers this and other techniques (with Re-imprinting and the like) to anyone attending his seminars or to any possible client visiting his workshops. He creates an impression that split off sub-selves can be contacted and illnesses cured. (Curing his mother of cancer is an example of a special mentoring relationship!) Why foster unrealistic hopes without clarifying the scope of application for techniques?

On the other hand, if this Resonance Pattern is not used therapeutically, but to assist in mastering a challenging phase of life or to complete a project that client A has to do; that is, if no goal conflict exists, then the systemic collection of mental mentors becomes a fantastic resource that combines well with the previously described Timeline Resource Generation.

NLP Meta Mirror (Dilts)

Application - Client's goal: „I want a new way of dealing with person X

Brief description - Using chairs as anchors, client A dissociates and describes the problematic relationship loop. A dissociates himself from the sub-self that makes judgments about him while in the loop. This frustrating internal self-judgmental dialog interchanges with A’s behavior towards person X. The two resources gained through this method are piled onto the same anchor. In a metaposition, client A uses the stacked anchors to futurepace encounters with person X.

Ecology - The Meta Mirror is often associated with everything except the above process. It effectively  dissolves transferences or projections (which are always present in relationship loops).

It is substantial that client A not have any primary inner conflict as how to deal with person X, and not suffer before or after meeting with X as a result. He must congruently desire a change in his dealings with X. This guarantees that no attempt is made to transform deep personal bonds (i.e. release symbiotic relationships or unredeemed responsibilities of co-dependencies or settle entanglement over new values), for all of which this technique is not appropriate.

NLP Failure into Feedback

Application: Client’s goal: “I want to leave my failure X in [frequently occurring] situation Y”.

Brief description: Unfortunately, this procedure is sparingly described in Dilts´ book, so that its potential and efficacy are understated. Failure into Feedback makes use of the eye movement model to dismantle a failure. Coach B anchors the eye direction that accesses the representation of a failure that still hinders client A in mastering similar situations. Next, B repeatedly directs the client to look in this direction, and then asks A to name, individually and sequentially sensory-specific representations. Then B asks client A to suspend these representations far to the right and far to the left, into the corresponding eye accessing fields. Sometimes coach B needs to support his leading gestures with auditory anchors, to support the notion that A places his representations somewhere at his side.

The procedure is continued, until in the original failure-representing direction, client A only sees what is externally visible. This requires great sensitivity, since initially much of the content of the failure is unconscious and suppressed. Principally two different K-’ must be found. One K- is triggered by the original reaction to the unpleasant real-life experience, the other K-, although associated with failure X, stems from earlier unpleasant experiences.

Reconciliation or reframing: once the failure is no longer associated with a simultaneous double K-, the intention of each of the suspended representations can be examined (similar to examining the intention of personality parts). The resulting reconciliation enables A to create an attractive goal-image of situation Y. The goal-image can be enriched with new perceptions from unused channels hinted at by empty eye accessing fields.

Ecology: A central point is that client A congruently wants success in situation Y. If client A is using situation Y as a way to come to terms with the original trauma, then A might not see anything in the problem representing direction, (unless this suppressed representation has been securely suspended somewhere using an “as-if” maneuver) or A sees too many representations simultaneously.

Some people avoid certain eye accessing fields (abnormal eye-patterns), since these people may have (in my experience always!) imprints. For example: “Child, don’t daydream so much!” (later he avoids Vc), or has traumatic memories (later he avoids Vr/Ar) or his inner evaluation is disturbed (he avoids Ad/K) by early oversize responsibilities. “Failure into Feedback” cannot resolve such disturbances and is more appropriate for preparing for success!

NLP Timeline Therapy>® (Tad James)

Application - never. Client’s goal: “I want to get rid of feeling X forever”.

Short description – Memories and plans are imagined as a line, above which one mentally floats so that one can view it’s entire length. To rise in ones imagination above all memories and plans is a powerful state. One can “travel” above past or future and even beyond future into suggested pure light, or far into the past above the timelines of one’s ancestors or past lives to the elements of origin and into even more abstract resources, which appear beyond a suggested “beginning of creation”.

The states over a far future are utilized to charge concrete goals with motivation and to disassemble fears. In the past, negative feelings and corresponding beliefs are triggered in a sequence: anger, then fear, then sadness. Thus a life-frame is created for a whole chain of situations in which a belief had been confirmed.

This starts with identifying an original situation in which the negative feeling first appeared and the belief was created. Then the emotion is followed back, as if it had already appeared in past generations or in former lives. Then client A mentally travels further back “before the first occurrence of the negative emotion”. With the hypnotic formula “And where is this feeling now (in view of the imminent situation in the timeline of an ancestor or a former life)?” the negative feeling is dissociated. The emerging positive emotion is utilized during the return-flight to reframe all failures that had confirmed the belief.

Ecology – The idea of Tad James' Timeline Therapy ® seems genius, however it is dangerous in its above described, extremely unecological application. The dangerous aspect is that an emotion is disconnected while client A is in a resourceful state, as in some meditation techniques. If something like this is set up for long-term effect (generalization over timeline), then the younger self is stripped of possibilities to point out unused opportunities. However, the integration of such a contribution – and thus long-term healing – is only possible, following suitably detailed goal-work.

In my own case, several ongoing unpleasant emotions seemed to disappear. Nevertheless, these emotions eventually returned with such fury and in such irrational manner, that I wished I had never “charmed them away”.

I later observed a similar effect with clients who either received timeline therapy or in other ways had dissociated from younger selves– as instructed by coach B – by addressing inner parts in more or less the following manner: “Don’t you agree that this emotion does not contribute to pursuing your intention and instead has the opposite effect? Are you willing to let go of that emotion?” If somebody treats children that way, the children do shift – towards withdrawal! This resolution of emotions increases inner dissociation.

If I cannot feel anger, I cannot perceive that I am allowing my values to be hurt. If I don’t feel anxiety, I cannot notice that my values are endangered. If I avoid sadness, I won’t notice that I miss opportunities to live my values. This inner dissociation is far worse than experiencing unpleasant emotions.

Tad James even deals with guilt by this method, without appearing to consider that guilt indicates conflict. Once the underlying conflict is dissolved (see Conflict Transcript), guilt disappears. If guilt is dissociated, this conflict indicator is lost. Of course, this loss comes as a temporary relief for the client  – who pays later with diffuse unpleasant emotions about "my life does not make sense"!

Timeline Therapy® is a hypnotic technique (as is all Tad James’ “therapy” as well as his NLP crash-courses) without a clearly defined goal, and let’s not talk about sense. A coach can apply this metaphor of floating above a timeline with congruent goals, which do not need additional motivation.

Besides that, “timeline crashes” may happen if a person has objections to creating a happy future. About crashes into past traumatic experiences, I don’t want to write about here. I doubt that people who attended speedy and hypnotically taught courses in Timeline Therapy ® can recognize or deal with such dangers.

As unecological as Timeline Therapy ® is, the concept of floating over a timeline has been integrated into the deep reaching VoVa changework with emotions. Compared with Tad James’ method, the VoVa timeline techniques have the advantage that – besides a different attitude towards emotions as sensible – no world-view is suggested (past lives or transfer of emotions across generations). A client can easily understand the floating technique as a metaphor.

NLP Core Transformation (Andreas)

Application – Client’s goal: “I want to get rid of an inner or outer behavior X

Short Description – This technique is well described by Connirae Andreas, and the description and the seminar presentations correspond (how rare in NLP!), so I will be brief. A non-reconciled part, which maintains an inner or outer behavior, is dissociated into one hand and asked about its intention. The question “What is important about this? [the part’s behavior, and later the part’s intention]” follows this intention into increasing abstraction until the client finds a state that cannot be described. This “Core State” is anchored and maintained, while the intentions are sequentially reframed back to specific behaviors. This process is repeated while the client is associated [with the part]. The Core State can be induced into the timelines of the parents so that it generalizes as life-feeling for the client.

Ecology – As a procedure, Core Transformation is ecological. The Core State, being an overall resource, has lasting stability. However, Core Transformation is presented almost as a path to enlightenment. If the coach is in good rapport with the client, it is possible to elicit unending non-verbal states beyond the Core State. Every question towards abstraction (e.g. “Who are you?” Answer: “X.”; “Who are you being X?” etc.) generates abstract and therefore powerful resource states.

However, resourceful states are not necessarily a sign of spirituality, in terms of integrity. A prerequisite of Core Transformation is that client A can identify and dissociate all inner parts which participate in the inner dialogue. This identification and dissociation is impossible with identity loss or deep inner dissociation (such as emotional disturbances, compulsions and psychosomatic diseases). It makes a difference whether Core Transformation is applied to people who are only curious or if it is used as a reconciliation technique in therapy. I would strongly discourage the latter.

In spite of all generalization tricks, Core States end when questions about sense of life arise as life-challenges. Core Transformations do not resolve the root-cause of why personality parts became so independent that they can’t learn anything from each other (see 6-step reframing) or from mentors. This is why after several months, a problem re-organizes their problems on another level – with diffuse parts that are difficult to identify. (A therapist who worked with Core Transformations for years, while teaching it internationally, confirmed this to me.)

Core Transformations is a wonderful, deep reaching reconciliation technique. However it shouldn’t be applied with a claim to change client A’s sense-of-life. Such a claim can only lead to deception and unpleasant relapses.

Client Abuse by Therapists . Student Abuse by Trainers

Continued at: Part 2 - NLP Strategy Techniques

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