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4 Tuple

4 Tuple

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4-Tuple
A "
4-tuple
" is a visual representation of a person’s experience at any point in timesimplified and broken down from ourrepresentational systemsof experience, andknowledge of it's workings are very important for anyone studying
hypnosis
,especially whose interested in creating stronghypnotic anchors or points of  association. As such, it is composed of the primary senses since it is the senses, whichprovide for our representation of experience, and is demonstrated in written formas such:<V, K, At, O/G>. whereV= visualK= kinestheticAt = auditory tonalO/G = olfactory/gustatoryThe addition of e, andisubscripts to the above representation are used to further define whether that portion of the persons experience is either an externally( e ), orinternally( i )generated piece of the ongoing experience. For example; theexperience of sitting down to dinner in a fancy Italian restaurant would be asfollows;Ve = the look of the restaurant, the people, tables, chairs, and different foods beingserved.Ke = the sensations of the chair, temperature of the room, and whatever you mighttouch.Ate = the sound of people talking, possibly the sound of ambient music playing, etc.O/Ge = the smell of different foods being served including your own, and the flavorof your own meal.On the other hand, if I were to simply ask you to vividly imagine... the setting of being in your favorite restaurant, and remember the sensations you felt, as you hearthat conversation ...you had with someone special, while the aroma of dinner slowlydrifting ...into the room ...making your tummy grumble with hunger, andfinally...the flavor... that first mouthful... your mouth watering with anticipation...as your meal was presented, your experiential representation would look similar tothat above, but would contain the subscript of “i”, for your internally generatedexperience, and would look like;<Vi,Ki,Ati,Oi/Gi>The usefulness of the above distinction to the
hypnotist 
, is that in knowing that theexperience of 
trance
and its depth is strongly governed by a subjects limited foci of attention, primarily internally generated attention, the
hypnotist 
can then lead aperson through the different forms of 
hypnotic
communication into internallygenerated experiences.
 
As human beings we are constantly fluctuating between both external and internallygoverned stimuli in our everyday transactions, in that when we hear, see, smell, orfeel something, it does cause us to have some internal type of association. Thisinternal association might be the same type of experience, whereas, seeing someonemight bring a visual memory, of when you last saw the person, or possibly, generatean internally generated experience with another of the senses, such as, a “feeling”that you might have to this person.The
hypnotist 
, who is wise to this natural
in people, canartistically use his abilities to guide a person into the state of 
hypnosis
, maintain theexperience and deepen it as desired.Below we have a visual demonstration of the transition from the conscious state to
trance state
;<Ve, Ke, Ate, O/Ge> ? <Vi, Ki, Ate, O/Ge> ? <Vi, Ki, Ati, O/Gi>This representation shows that initially a subject begins with all portions of herexperience being external, then portions of the experience being internal,demonstrating the lead into the state of 
hypnosis
, not necessarily as shown, becauseit could very well be that one of the other portions of the experience are beinginternally generated, then finally leading to a deeper state of 
hypnosis
in which allportions of her experience are internally generated demonstrating the actual
trance
experience.Language is represented with the abbreviation Ad; in which Adis“auditory digital (language)”, shown within the
4-tuple
as;Ad <V, K, At, O/G>This representation is also referred to as a complex equivalent, in that every wordhas a specific meaning to each individual, and therefore relates to associations of oneor more "
4-tuples
" of meaning.Language has been distinctly represented from the "
4-tuple
" because it is of adifferent logical level of experience. Due to the variability of personal experienceand manners of self expression, people have the ability and tendency to generalize,distort, negate, and tense with language. So language can be represented as a "
4-tuple
", through the persons elaboration of her experience, but a particulardictionary type reference, will not suffice for the persons actual experience. Inessence we all experience things in different ways due to our previous learnings inlife.Language can be useful to the
hypnotist 
, in that information can be gathered fromhis subject about the relative meanings of what is desired or understood, in order tobetter guide the person to the desired outcome using
hypnosis
. Furthermore, there

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