the above discussion has reminded me of how powerful space is as a way of storing information mentally. in nlp study we practice looking at how different people store thier knowledge. one becomes acutely aware of how people are thinking and feeling based on how they access information in thier minds. one becomes psychic in that you can see the visual clues as to how people are forming thought. it`s literally written on thier faces......and the rest of thier bodies.
the eyes move, the breathing shifts, the posture adjusts and the movements speed up and slow down. these are all clues as to how a person is responding to how we communicate with them and how they are remembering things. with these skills sets and the trust of the client we can help them to make powerful and permenant behaviour change.