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metanymous wrote in metapractice
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Introduction 7-5
I. Who's Driving the Bus? 7-19
Most of us let our brains run wild, and spend a lot of time having experiences we don't want to have. Bandler pokes fun at many of our current ways of attempting to think about and solve human problems, as he begins to provide alternatives.
Using Your Brain FORA CHANGE
RichardBandler


Школьный автобус

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Who's Driving the Bus ?

Who's Driving the Bus ?
Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a word that I made up to avoid having to be specialized in one field or another.; In college I was one of those people who couldn't make up my mind, and I decided to continue that way. One of the things that NLP represents is a way of looking at human learning. Although lots of psychologists and social workers use NLP to do what they call "therapy," I think it's more appropriate to describe NLP as an educational process. Basically we're developing ways to teach, people how to use their own brains.

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Who's Driving the Bus? 7-19
Most of us let our brains run wild, and spend a lot of time having experiences we don't want to have. Bandler pokes fun at many of our current ways of attempting to think about and solve human problems, as he begins to provide alternatives.


Бандлер управляет автобусом.

Мозг = автобус.

Текущие проблемы = привычный маршрут автобуса.

Бандлер хочет повернуть/изменить маршрут.

I want you to learn how to drive your own bus.

I want you to learn how to drive your own bus.
I want you to find out how you can learn to change your own experience, and get some control over what happens in your brain. Most people are prisoners of their own brains. It's as if they are chained to the last seat of the bus and someone else is driving. I want you to learn how to drive your own bus. If you don't give your brain a little direction, either it will just run randomly on its own, or other people will find ways to run it for you—and they may not always have your best interests in mind. Even if they do, they may get it wrong!

Чужие ВСЕГДА делают неправильное управление вашими мо

Чужие ВСЕГДА делают неправильное управление вашими мозгами!
I want you to learn how to drive your own bus.

Управлять своим школьным автобусом - управлять процессами своего самообучения.

I want you to find out how you can learn to change your own experience, and get some control over what happens in your brain.

Изменять свой собственный опыт:

--редактировать эмоциональный дизайн памяти
--редактировать процессы архаического обучения
--оптимизировать процессы текущего формирования содержания памяти и обучения

Most people are prisoners of their own brains.

Большинство людей не контролируют внесознательные процессы, являясь их заложником.

It's as if they are chained to the last seat of the bus and someone else is driving.

Ролевой импринтинг, заставляющий человека насильственно воспроизводить личностно-ролевые модели своих "воспитателей" делает метафору "кто-то другой за рулём" реальной реальностью.

I want you to learn how to drive your own bus.

Как управлять самим собой. Не "принадлежать самому себе", - но управлять самим собой.

If you don't give your brain a little direction, either it will just run randomly on its own, or other people will find ways to run it for you—and they may not always have your best interests in mind.

Уместно вспомнить метафору Э. "про мальчика на чужой лошади в поисках её хозяина". Мальчик не давал лошади свернуть на обочину, а она сама поставила себя в прежнее стойло.

Even if they do, they may get it wrong!

Чужие ВСЕГДА делают неправильное управление вашими мозгами!


Who's Driving the Bus? 9

Who's Driving the Bus? 9
How many of you have ever thought about something that hadn't even happened yet, and felt bad about it ahead of time? Why wait? You may as well start feeling bad now, right? And then it didn't actually happen, after all. But you didn't miss out on that experience, did you?

Прерывание гипнотических антиресурсных автоматизмов

Who's Driving the Bus? 9

Кто принудительно управлял вашей психикой в вашем детстве?

How many of you have ever thought about something that hadn't even happened yet, and felt bad about it ahead of time?

Прошлое имеет проекции в будущее в обход сознания.

Why wait? You may as well start feeling bad now, right? And then it didn't actually happen, after all.

Взять под контроль прошлые проекции можно с помощью парадоксальной интенции.

Меду прочим, в статье "Природа гипноза" (вторая часть статьи - вторая модель природного гипноза) Милтон Эриксон описывает имеено такой метод овладения прошлым проекциями, проявляющимися на уровне гипнотического автоматизма - из упреждающее прерывание. Которое может быть солнение либо оператором, либо самим субъектом.

But you didn't miss out on that experience, did you?

Хотя, это весьма тонкий момент

-- уловить автоматическую антиресурсную тенденцию собственных ментальных процессов
-- по отношению к упомянутым процессам выполнить упреждающую их активацию - как бы подгонять их, с полным сохранением контроля над собою/над ними

...ну, или исполнение любых техник на затронутую тему. Например, это явно будет техника реимпринга (с ролевым моделированием по Дилтсу ).


Who's Driving the Bus? 11

Who's Driving the Bus? 11
How many of you are haunted by thoughts? You say to yourself, "I wish I could get it out of my head." But isn't it amazing that you got it in there in the first place! Brains are really phenomenal. The things they'll get you to do are absolutely amazing. The problem with brains is not that they can't learn, as we have been told all too often. The problem with brains is that they learn things too quickly and too well. For example, think of a phobia. It's an amazing thing to be able to remember to get terrified every time you see a spider. You never find a phobic looking at a spider and saying, "Oh damn, I forgot to be afraid." Are there a few things you'd like to learn that thoroughly? When: you think about it that way, having a phobia is a tremendous learning achievement. And if you go into the person's history, you often find that it was one-trial learning: it took only one instantaneous experience for that person to learn something so thoroughly that she'll remember it for the rest of her life.

ВА есть нетипичный DHE -интерфейс "переходной реальност

Who's Driving the Bus? 11

Строго говоря, водитель школьного автобуса не был в буквальном смысле вашим учителем в вашем детстве. Он был техническим посредником/"школьным Хароном", который перевозил вас из родительского дома в реальность принудительной школьной социализации.

Тогда, школьный автобус становится так называемой "переходной реальностью":

Переходная реальность
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Переходная реальность
http://metapractice.livejournal.com/133795.html?thread=2033315

При таком прочтении данной метафоры мы имеем некоторое перенесение акцентов:

--с идей/реальности целеполагания и обучения
--на переходные реальности, их общий контроль и специальное ими управление

...ну а акцентирование ролевой компоненты данной метафоры (напомним - это водитель школьного автобуса) превращает её в архитектурную инструкцию/указание иметь/сформировать для целей контроля и управления переходным реальностями отдельную специальную часть под функциональным названием ВА ("водитель автобуса").

К слову, ВА есть нетипичный DHE -интерфейс. Нетипичный по причине наличия в нем человеческой фигуры/функции. Типичный DHE -интерфейс безличный.


Edited at 2015-07-27 10:13 am (UTC)

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Who's Driving the Bus? 13
One client of mine couldn't get angry, because he would immediately get extremely scared. You could say he had a phobia of being angry. It turned out that when he was a child, any time he got mad, his parents got furious and scared him into the middle of next week, so those two feelings got linked together. He was own and hadn't lived with his parents for fifteen years, but he still responded that way.

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Who's Driving the Bus? 15
If you think I'm being hard on psychologists, just wait. You see, we people in the field of computer programming are so crazy that we can pick on anyone. Anybody who will sit in front of a computer for twenty-four hours a day, trying to reduce experience down to zeros and ones, is so far outside the world of normal an experience that I can say someone is crazy and still be

Стопресурс на возражения. Кстати, фобический стопресу

Стопресурс очень сильного торможения/исключения любых эмоциональных возражений субъектов (семинаристов/читателей книги) против высказанных выше идей.

Edited at 2015-07-27 12:58 pm (UTC)

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Who's Driving the Bus? 19
Fairly recently, physicists decided that Bohr's description of the atom is wrong. I wondered if they were going to take back his Nobel prize, but then I found out Bohr is dead, and he already spent the money. The really amazing thing is that all the discoveries that were made by using a "wrong" model are still here. The Naugahyde chairs didn't disappear when physicists changed their minds. Physics is usually presented as a very "objective" science, but I notice that physics changes and the world stays the same, so there must be something subjective about physics.

Стопресурс интеллектуальных возражений.

Стопресурс интеллектуальных возражений.

Who's Driving the Bus? 17

Who's Driving the Bus? 17
Have you ever seen an id? How about an infantile libidinal reaction-formation? Anybody who can talk like that has no business calling other people nuts.

Стопресурс "психологических" возражений.

Стопресурс "психологических" возражений.

18 Using Your Brain
"Mind your own business." That got him going, Since he had to obey the voice, I used that new voice to give him the instructions he needed to chance what he was doing. Most people get a handle on reality and respond to it. When I get a handle on reality, I twist it! I don't believe that people are broken. They have just learned to do whatever they do. A lot of what people have learned to do is pretty amazing, and frankly I see more of that outside of mental hospitals than inside.

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Стопресурс "психопатологических" возражений.

National Enquirer
Next I want you to go on to experiment with varying other visual elements, to find out how you can consciously change them to affect your response. I want you to have a personal experiential understanding of how you can control your experience. If you actually pause and try changing the variables on the list below, you will have a solid basis for understanding the rest of this book. If you think you don't have the time, put this book down, go to the back of the bus, and read some comic books or the National Enquirer instead.

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Процессуальная инструкция делать тренировки изменений.

Использование метафоры "школьного автобуса" в качестве стопресурса на возражение в отношении возможной тренировки.

Because each of both of you is going to drive your own bus

Because each of both of you is going to drive your own bus
Everything a human being can do is an achievement, depending only on where, and when, and for what, it is utilized. Each of both of you can do something about that, because each of both of you is going to drive your own bus. Now that you know how, the interesting question is where? When you can't drive your bus, it doesn't matter much where you try to go, because you won't get there anyway. When you learn how to use your brain, that question becomes crucially important. Some people drive in circles. Some people take the same route every day. Some people take the same route, but it takes them a month instead of a day.

Онтология ошибок выбора "образовательных" маршрутов:

Онтология ошибок выбора "образовательных" маршрутов:

--буквальное зацикливание/закольцовывание
--линейное зацикливание последовательной неконгруэнтности
--потеря контроля над масштабом времени

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