Triveni is a poetry consisting of three lines. The first two are complete in themselves, only the addition of the third line gives a new dimension. Our perception is like the two lines. What’s needed is a fresh perspective. We handle people & problems from our perception. But there is a way out. If you want to change a perspective, the first step is to come to believe that there can be a different perspective than mine. Then Content Reframe, giving another meaning to a statement by recovering more information & change focus ( My boss always wants me to deal most difficult clients’ Content reframe ‘He trust’s me!’) Context Reframe is giving another meaning to a statement by changing the context. ( ‘my 6-years old daughter is headstrong’ context reframe’ when she grows up, she will be able to achieve for herself’) Next time let’s remember a third perspective a Triveni.
Reference : Reframing: Neurolinguistic Programming and the Transformation of Meaning(Richard Bandler & John Grinder)
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Himali Kelvekar, Student of English literature with a minor in communication, media and Psychology at christ university, Bangalore with a on-ground work experience in content writing ,editing,designing and public relations.
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