Neuro-Linguistic Programming
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by Jeff Napier, copyright 2011-2013

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Gestures, Mirroring of - Mirroring of gestures is part of the package of techniques known as "rapport" to soothe the subject's critter-level brain so that communication is easier and deeper. When the subject makes a motion, typically with the arm and hand, the programmer can find a way to copy that gesture a short time later, using the opposite arm - so that it appears as if the subject were seeing his/her own gesture in a mirror. Mirroring of gestures is especially powerful when used with digital backtracking


John Grinder - (1940 - ) One of the two co-founders of NLP, with a Ph.D. in Linguistics, John was joined by Richard Bandler at the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1972 to start working on a project involving modeling the therapies of some of the leading therapists, which became the core of NLP. Wikipedia has a good article on John Grinder.

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