NLP Glossary D-F

Generalization:

One of the three major processes (including distortion and deletion) on which the Meta Model is based. Generalization occurs when one specific experience represents a whole class of experiences.

Gestalt:

Gestalt in NLP is a collection of memories around a certain topic or context.

Gustatory:

Taste

Hakalau:

The Hakalau, also called the learning state or peripheral vision. This Hakalau comes from Hawaii, and is an incredible process to place yourself in a state where there are no negative emotions and you have complete awareness.

Hierarcy of Ideas:

The Hierarchy of Ideas (also known as Chunking) is a linguistic tool used in NLP that allows the speaker to traverse the realms of abstract to specific easily and effortlessly.

When we speak or think we use words that indicate how abstract, or how detailed we are in processing the information. In general, as human beings our brain is quite good at chunking information together in order to make it easier for us to process and simpler to understand.

Hypnosis:

The Hakalau, also called the learning state or peripheral vision. This Hakalau comes from Hawaii, and is an incredible process to place yourself in a state where there are no negative emotions and you have complete awareness.

In Time:

A way of internally storing time. In Time means time is now.

Incongruence:

When the behaviour (external verifiable) does not match the words the person says.

Intent:

The outcome of a behaviour.

Internal Representations:

The content of our thinking which includes Pictures, Sounds, Feelings, Tastes, Smells, and Self Talk.