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  • 29 augustus 2013
  • By Livinglife
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Milton Model Patterns

  1. Mind Read. I know that you are wondering…
  2. Lost Performative. Learning is easy…And it’s a good thing to wonder…And that’s a good example…That’s right… 
  3. Cause & Effect. Because; If…then; makes; as you…then you.
  4. Complex Equivalence. Means; is/are/am.
  5. Presupposition. You are learning many things.
  6. Universal Quantifier. All, every, never, always nobody.
  7. Modal Operator. Possibility/necessity, will, can, may, must, should.
  8. Nominalization. Verbs which have been frozen in time by making them into nouns. Communication, decision, understanding, relationship.
  9. Unspecified verb (unspecified predicate). The listener is forced to supply the meaning; And you can…; I want you to become…
  10. Tag Question. Can you not?... weren’t they? You can, can’t you?
  11. Simple Deletions. Recovering awareness of experiences or sensory input. You may understand…As you wonder…
  12. Lack of Referential Index. Phrase in which the subject of the sentence is unspecified. One can; you know; some people feel…;
  13. Comparative Deletion. (Unspecified Comparison) Right and Wrong; Now and Then; Sooner or Later; More or Less.
  14. Pace Current Experience. You are sitting here, listening to me, looking at me, (ect)…
  15. a. Embedded Commands.
    Directives that are embedded within the sentence which direct a person to do something. This is a double message and sends one message to the conscious mind and another message to the unconscious mind.
    You will absorb the learning.
    I don’t know if you’ll remember this now or later.

    b. Embedded Questions.
    A sentence with a question include to which an overt response is not expected.
    I wonder whether you know which hand will rise first.
    If you were to know when…are going into trance