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Questions to Elicit and Develop Worlds

Introduction

Here is a presentation of a series of questions that may be used to elicit and develop information from the client.

Going Into The Secondary World

This question takes a client into a Secondary World:

  • “What kind of you were you before you were this you?”

Developing the Sense of Self

These questions begin to develop the you in those Secondary Worlds:

  • “What does / could / should / would that you know?” (note use of conditional statements)
  • “And what else does / could / should / would that you know?” (note use of conditionals)
  • “How old could that you be?”
  • “What could that you be wearing?”
  • “What does that you want to have happen?”
  • “Does that you have a size or shape?”
  • “What could that you be feeling?”
  • “Whereabouts in that body, is that feeling?”

Developing Other Elements in the Environment

These questions begin to develop the people and their relationships in those Secondary Worlds:

  • “Who could be around that you?”
  • “Who helped that you?”
  • “Who hindered that you?”
  • “What does / could / should / would that person know?” (note use of conditional statements)
  • “And what else does / could / should / would that person know?” (note use of conditionals)
  • “Does that person have a size or shape?”
  • “What could that person be feeling?”
  • “Whereabouts in that body, is that feeling?”

These questions begin to develop the objects and their relationships in those Secondary Worlds.

  • “What could be around that you?”

These questions begin to develop the space and objects in those Secondary Worlds, note the full use of 3-Dimensional space.

  • “What is ‘in front of’ / ‘behind’ / ‘above’ / ‘below’ / ‘to the left of’ / ‘to the right of’ that you?”
  • “And what is ‘in front of’ / ‘behind’ / ‘above’ / ‘below’ / ‘to the left of’ / ‘to the right of’ that …?”
  • “Does that … have a size or shape?”
  • “What kind of space is the space on the outside / inside of that …?”

These questions elicit information pertaining to the client’s ontological heritage. This can also be achieved by dragging the client back to before birth through Secondary Worlds:

  • “Where did you come from before you were born?”
  • “What was the nature of your being-ness prior to birth?”
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