Predicates appear like ’normal’ words, yet are the very illustration of the inner world that we can make sense of via these ‘living’ descriptions. They are sometimes called The VAKOG (visual, auditory, Kinaesthetic, olfactory, gustatory), yet it also includes self talk as well.
Below, Terry and Adam play with words showing how a person can completely mismatch another if they don’t have enough sensory awareness to discover how another makes sense of their own inner world.
“We’re going to have a little fun here, we’re going to show you a skit that
we did on Predicates.
If you remember, Predicates are the words that we
use, the words that we use to describe our inner world to the outside
world. They come in forms of Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic, Olfactory,
Gustatory, Self-talk, and we’re going to show you how to mismatch using
predicates in this skit, and then how to match using predicates in this
skit, and also how to cross over representational systems, that’s going
from one preferred representational […]