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new code games and practices
Posted: 14 May 2013 09:00 AM   [ Ignore ]
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Is it possible to practice new code without the games and the know nothing (no nothing) state. In his book Chris Collingwood (nlp field guide) lists a range of new code pressuppositions that seem to allow a wide range of practice .... multiple frames, perceptual positions, ecology over time, consequences, multiple descriptors, unconscious learning, using process and pattern, experiencing difference and feedback response, unconscious learning as a byproduct of something else, discovery learning, rapport
how much are the games a backbone of the new code ... it is possible to cover these presuppositions without the use of the new code games and their structured format
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Posted: 24 May 2013 07:23 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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[ Edited: 22 October 2013 06:52 AM by noah.scales ]
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Posted: 11 June 2013 11:42 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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In Whispering in the Wind, Carmen and John specify the leverage point for change in the New Code is state. They also specify the Unconscious is engaged in the change process. I would say the games (know nothing states) and utilisation of signals are what makes the New Code distinct from classic code. The New Code Practitioner congruency comes from self application of these processes.

Framing, ecology, multiple description, perceptual positions, intention/consequences are important features of the New Code, these are more everyday uses in communication with self and others.

Practice the lot and you will be in a good place

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