It might be made even more indirect by saying, "when you come to a decision to speak in public, you may find it appealing how your feelings have changed." The choice of speaking in front of the audience, the exact time and the likely responses to the whole process are framed but the imprecise language gives the client the opportunity to fill in the finer details.This teaches that people perceive the world through the senses and store the information from the senses in the mind. When people are processing information they see images and hear sounds and voices and process this with internally created feelings.
Some representations are within conscious awareness but information is largely processed at the unconscious level.
When involved in any task, such as making conversation, describing a problem in therapy, reading a book, kicking a ball or riding a horse, their representational systems, consisting of images, sounds, feelings (and possibly smell and taste) are being activated at the same time.
In contrast an indirect suggestion is less authoritative and leaves an opportunity for interpretation, for example, "When you are in front of the audience, you might find yourself feeling ever more confident".
This example follows the indirect method leaving both the specific time and level of self-confidence unspecified.
which teaches that people are only able to directly perceive a small part of the world using their conscious awareness, and that this view of the world is filtered by experience, beliefs, values, assumptions, and biological sensory systems.
NLP argues that people act and feel based on their perception of the world and how they feel about that world they subjectively experience.
Another aspect of modeling is understanding the patterns of one's own behaviors in order to 'model' the more successful parts of oneself.
In NLP the Meta-model is a set of specifying questions or language patterns designed to challenge and expand the limits to a person's model or 'map' of the world.
Secondly, to overload and distract the conscious mind so that unconscious communication can be cultivated.
Thirdly, to allow for interpretation in the words offered to the client.
NLP teaches that language and behaviors (whether functional or dysfunctional) are highly structured, and that this structure can be 'modeled' or copied into a reproducible form.