In NLP a state where your attention is directed outward through your external senses with minimum attention to inner subjective experience. Often it includes long distance and peripheral vision, an absence of internal dialogue, and optimal physiological posture and movement. An 'up time' state is particularly useful for activities requiring constant input of high quality information, such as presenting to groups.
Originates from the Latin word vestibule, which means to contain or hold. The vestibular system is the sensory apparatus we use to orient our bodies in space, and to detect whole body movement. Its physical location is the semi-circular canals in the ear, and the whole nervous system. As a representation system, the vestibular system is involved in the integration of information in the other representational systems, synaesthesia patterns, and the ability to dissociate and associate. Use of the adjectives and verbs which predicate the vestibular system produces rapid induction of trance states in many subjects.
A representation of your desired future incorporating your most compelling submodalities. It can be literal or metaphorical. Can also refer to an internal visual representation that the seer believes is likely to happen either to themselves or to others.
Pertaining to sight or the act of seeing.
The recall or construction in the visual modality of a picture, movie or visible scene. Refers to internal pictorial representation.