Embodiment

Remarkable! Some Notes About Metaphor

Of the three essentials of Clean Language, it’s metaphor that makes Clean Language really remarkable. Metaphor compares one kind of thing to another kind of thing, and (in this context) includes subcategories such as simile and metonymy. Metaphor is: a hugely powerful engine for change the native language of the unconscious mind the atom of …

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Emotions, Body-Budgets And Clean Language – For Happier, Healthier Coaches?

Could coaching and facilitating using Clean Language make you happier and healthier? It’s quite possible, I think! I’m currently reading How Emotions Are Made by Lisa Feldman Barrett and I’m making some connections about how human minds work, and how that relates to coaching, to facilitation, and to Clean Language. Many thanks to James Tripp …

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