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NLP = Neuro-linguistic programming

The concept of a frame is used in NLP to provide a context, focus or guidance for our thoughts and actions.

As A is A, I wonder how valid this concept is, as a "frame" could be anything (large or small). Is it simply a primacy of consciousness mindset?

For example, there is an "Act as if" frame taught by self-help books (act as if your goal is achieved already).

While this is contrary to reality, is it a valid motivational "frame" or mindset?

asked Mar 24 '12 at 20:53

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edited Mar 25 '12 at 12:40

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Framing seems a lot like changing your feelings by changing your thinking.

(Mar 25 '12 at 11:32) Humbug Humbug's gravatar image
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Would you or somebody else who's familiar with it mind explaining this concept a little bit more for those of us who aren't as familiar? Thanks!

(Mar 25 '12 at 14:26) FCH FCH's gravatar image

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