NLP Eye Patterns

NLP eye accessing cues and the importance of calibrating on the subject. By watching the eye movements and noting the direction of where the subject is looking, it is possible to gain an understanding of what the subject may be remembering or construcing; whether it is a feeling, sound or picture or if they are working something out in their mind. Note how, in this video, the subject has issues accessing the Auditory Recall area. Terry touches on clearing this area using “eye movement de-sensitisation” to help clear out problematic areas at the end (this is the subject of another video!). Visit www.nlpworld.co.uk for info on NLP training and NLP MP3 products.
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16. June 2011 by Admin
Categories: NLP | Tags: | 25 comments

Comments (25)

  1. So sad that you promote pseudoscience. It was debunked years ago.

  2. this just doesn’t seem to work :S I will try to practice it with people.

  3. She doesnt really go to ac, no. But they eyes do flicker a little bit from time to time. Still, it’s a bit dodgy.

  4. It’s self talk. Sometimes called the labeling system. It’s the part of you that can quantify or describe without emotion being involved.

  5. i dont understand the auditory digital can someone enlighten me?

  6. @rometube I thought that’s because most of us are right handed, where a watch might be an obstruction …

  7. Yes, that’s probably what happened there…..she went up to see if she could see it.

  8. with the times table part at about 3:00 she visualizes the numbers in her mind she may not know the 13 times table she looks at the numbers she knows in her mind thats why she looks up correct me if i’m wrong

  9. @terryelston it’s very interesting what you say. Never knew why we a watch on ou rleft hand. Txs for that.

  10. @reghin79 your comment ius very interesting and it makes me to try to undersand better not only the eye movementes froma different prospective but also the real and effective use of them in thereapy, work, real life, etc. Have any article or website for more information on this specific subject? Txs a lot.

  11. Does anyone know what software to use to create a similar video? Thanks

  12. To the comment “we don’t create images out of nothing”, kind of limits our imagination. Put it this way, we may have an idea of a ‘something’, yet the construct portion is where you’d go to edit it to make it yours. I’ve been working with eye patterns for about 14 years now, it’s best to try these things out for yourselves and see what results you get…..

  13. Now, does anyone realize what these six directions have in common?
    For instance, visual construct and visual recall would in fact lead to the same eye responses because a construct very much depends on recall (we don’t create images out of nothing).
    They also imply an internal dialogue that would unbalance the responses even further.
    Pay attention to your conversation partners, you should notice that some are not even playing the eye movement game

  14. Left handedness can be a factor, yet I’m left handed and ‘normally’ organised! A better ‘spot’ is which hand do they wear their watch on. If it’s the right hand, look our for reversed.

  15. Deb
    In response to patriot1320 – information from other sites has led me to believe thatthe results are reversed dependant upon whether the subject is left handed or right handed.

    In response to ERIN478, from personal experience I believe that bi polar subjects are quite erratic in their responses.

  16. for this to work you need to gain a base line as auditory construct and audio recall can be either side. all you need to do is ask one question each, you can see when she is constructing as she goes to our right. it’s somthing similar to why some people prefer using there right hand to there left or vice versa.

  17. i have a lot of lectures about nlp but this demonstration inst the most convincing bit of evidence. the problem is its not explained that it depends on how people think.

  18. @ERIN478 there is some information online about autism and eye patterns, yet I have had no personal experience as yet.

  19. She mostly looks to the areas that we light up, but remember, this is much easier in real time and without the ‘cameras’ being on you. It’s simply to show how the brain has different areas that are being accessed, and the eyes are simply a clue of what kind of information is being used I.E. Visual remembered, self talk etc.

  20. She is not looking to where it’s said. Why is that?

  21. Do people with autism or Asperger’s show different movements than do those without?

  22. Yes, you can immediately look in his eyes and say, “here, have the lot”…knowing you have enough confidence to make more money at any time.

  23. my question is not related to eye patterns but to NLP in general. if NLP can be used to influence people’s thinking, can you use it on someone who is let’s say robbing you at gunpoint?

  24. I saw her go to audio construct over and over again. I don’t know what he’s talking about.

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