Monday, December 10, 2018
Statement Analysis 101: Change of Language
A change of language indicates a change of the subject's perception of reality.
When a word changes, something has changed.
If said change is a commonly used phrase, take particular note if the law of economy is reversed. This means that it now takes longer to process the information and speak it. A reversal of the law of economy indicates:
there is more information to what is being said.
Recently, I heard such a change.
For many years, Heather has introduced me by saying,
"This is my husband, Peter. He is from New York."
This became common and habitual in her language.
This past week at a charity held by a local Rotary, she said,
"This is my husband, Peter. He is originally from New York."
Later, I asked her about it. It took but a few questions to learn what caused this change in her language.
What do you make of the change?
Post your findings in the comments section.