1. We ask the client in an open way from a portrait deck to find himself today and himself when hi has achieved his goal (desired image).
We describe in detail both cards:
- What does the character look like on the card?
- What does he feel?
- Is he pleased or not so much?
- What he thinks, etc.
We put the image card "I am today" on the left, and at the distance of three cards to the right of the card-image "I have reached the goal." It may turn out that after describing the desired image, the client will want to replace the card. He can do it. It is important that the desired image is fully satisfied with the client.
2. We offer the client to blindly pull out three cards from the deck with a household metaphor, which will symbolize what keeps the client in the way of achieving the goal. And we put them first with shirts up between the image cards.
Then, one by one, we open each card and describe it in detail. We make a general conclusion, answering the question "What prevents, does not move to the goal?"
3. We offer the client on each card an obstacle to open an open or blind card-resource, which will help overcome this obstacle. Each description of each card is described in detail. We make a general conclusion, answering the question "What will help to cope with difficulties and to reach the set goal?"
4. Ask the client:
- How does the image of "I am today" feels?
- What actions will he take to achieve the goal?
We compile a concrete plan of action with terms.
Author's technique Nadezhda Vershinina