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Submodality examples

building blocks of experienceNow that we've established the basis of what submodalities are and how we can use them to make useful changes to our model of the world quickly and easily it's time to focus in on the detail by looking at some examples of submodality distinctions. As most submodality work utilises the Visual, Kinesthetic and Auditory channels we'll stick to those for now:-

Visual

Kinesthetic

Auditory

This list is very far from exhaustive - human beings can make many, many distinctions in the qualities of their subjective experience, which is one of the reasons why comparing your own experience with that of other people is so fascinating.

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