Eye Accessing Cues | NLP Eyes (Part 2)


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Eye accessing cues

 Eye accessing Cues – Diagram


NLP Eyes Part 2


The diagram above is for a "normal" right handed person. Many left-handed people and some ambidextrous people will have eye movements that are reversed.


Vr Visual Recall

Seeing images from the memory, recalling things you're have seen before.


Vc Visual Constructed

Seeing images of things you have never seen before. When you are making it up in their head, you are using Visual Constructed.


Remember: Some people access visually by defocusing their eyes. When this happens, the eyes will usually stay in the centre.


Ar Auditory Recall

Is when you remember sounds or voices that you've heard before or things that you've said to yourself before.


Ac Auditory Constructed

This is making up sounds that you've not heard before.


K Kinaesthetic (Feelings, sense of touch)

You generally look in this direction when you're accessing your feelings.


Ad Auditory Digital (Talking to yourself)

This is where your eyes move when you're having internal dialogue.


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Eye Accessing Cues | NLP Eyes (Part 1)



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Eye accessing cues

One of the most wonderful things in nature is a glance of the eye; it transcends speech; it is the bodily symbol of identity. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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It is possible to access the meaning of a word in anyone, or any combination of the five sensory channels. By observing a persons eye patterns, we can get clues as to where they store related information and how they will prob­ably act upon it.

Bandler and Grinder observed that people move their eyes in systematic directions, depending upon the kind of thinking they are doing. Not “WHAT” they are actually thinking, but “HOW” they are thinking. These movements are called eye accessing cues. The chart below indicates the kind of processing most people do when moving their eyes in a particular direction. A small percentage of people are "reversed," that is, they move their eyes in a mirror image of the chart below.

A person accessing visual images will move their eyes up and to the left or to the right, or they may just stare straight ahead with unfocused eyes. The person may therefore be thinking in pictures and visualizing images.

Those who move their eyes to the left or right (i.e. on a level between their ears) are either remembering or constructing sounds.

Those who move their eyes down to the right (as you look at them) are accessing their internal dialogue or self talk (Auditory digital). That is, they may be making sense of what is going on around them through conversation with themselves.

Those who move their eyes down to the left (as you look at them) may be accessing their feelings and how they feel about something.


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Using Predicates Conversationally | Predicates NLP


Predicates NLP


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Groups of three

Twenty minutes total

•    A says a sentence to B. The sentence must contain two different sensory predicates. For example:

”I stood on the hill looking out over a bright clear sunset knowing I’d have to pull some strings to set myself free”

•    B responds to A using predicates from the same two systems in the same order.

•    C responds to A using predicates from two different systems.


Continue as above with each person taking turns to initiate and respond with matching and mismatching predicates (ensure that all systems are covered.

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Translation Exercise

The following sentences contain one or more predicates that presuppose a specific sensory rep system. Match the appropriate rep system and write a sentence using predicate(s) from that system. Then translate the sentence into 2 other rep systems.


e.g:                 That idea is not a concrete one

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Playing With Predicates Exercise

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Groups of 6

Thirty minutes total


In this exercise you are going to make up and tell a story (romance, mystery, thriller or whatever you choose). The story must start in one location (e.g. Greenland) and move to another (with at least one thousand miles between locations). It must end with a bang!

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