“Once Upon a Beach – Submodalities in Space” shows the user how to change their feelings by changing the properties of the images in their mind.
This VR experience is the only one of its kind. There is nothing else out there that shows you how to change the images in your mind. And “Once Upon a Beach – Submodalities in Space” fully utilizes the capabilities of VR that cannot be reproduced in any other media.
To understand what this product is about it helps to know what visual submodalities are.
Visual submodalities are the properties of any image in your mind, that you can change without changing the content of the image. Changing submodalities is used in the coaching context, and the practice comes from the field of NLP.
A classic example of how submodalities work, is to think of a pleasant experience – perhaps a day spent leisurly at the beach. The visual aspect of the memory will be represented somewhere in mental space, it will have a certain size, a certain saturation, it will be flat or have depth, the representation will be in front of the person or surrounding them. These are all submodality distinctions. Once the person changes the submodalities, for example by bringing the image closer, making it larger, adding color and making it panoramic the emotional impact will typically be more positive.