||To go back and summarise, review or contemplate what was previously covered, as in a meeting
||The backtrack frame is important in ensuring that you have understood correctly what the other person has told you. People choose words from their map of the world and that more precisely translate their thoughts.
||An external, verifiable activity we produce or engage in
|Being At Cause
||Taking responsibility for the results of one’s actions
||Our personal reality. They are either TRUE or FALSE (a disbelief is essentially a counter belief, the only time a belief is not present is when we don’t know) They are generalisations we make about the world and our opinions about it. They are our convictions that we trust as being true and form the rules about what we can and cannot do, what is real or not.
||Using a movement or distraction to change an emotional state