Anchoring refers to the process of creating a link between stimulus and response. In NLP, creating a resource anchor is important to re-access useful emotional states.
Chunking is defined as the means by which you move to multiple levels of communication. Chunking up requires the focus on purpose and intention. Questions such as “for what purpose” help to create abstraction and upward chunking. Questions such as “what examples are there” help to create specificity and downward chunking.
Reframing is the process by which you shift a person’s perspective of a word or phrase through the use of redefining the content, or shifting the context of the situation, thereby changing the meaning of the original word or phrase.
The Visual Squash is a means to describe the process in Parts Integration. It requires an understanding of chunking in order create agreement between different parts of self, and hypnotic language patterns for processing purposes.
A TOTE is the smallest behavioral unit, as defined by Miller, Galanter and Pribram (1960) in their book, Plans and The Structure Of Behavior.
It is a way of identifying the sensory sequence of a modeled behavior. T (Trigger), O (Operation), T (Test) and E (Exit) are required in this feedback cycle (a test requires cycling back to the operation in order for stability of behavior to take place).