Escape From Melville
How To Get Out Of The Melville Fractal Chaos
by Silvia Hartmann
* This article is a follow up to the original
"Chaos Literature Melville
Pattern" article, so read it first else this won't make any sense!
>> So I tried the pattern and it's great - but how do you get out of
And it's true, I had enormous fun in answering this. So thank you for
Here are a few suggestions as to what to say to get out of the Melville
pattern (or any other ramble you got yourself involved in!). I'll use
the same example as before.
" ... with a strawberry icecream and poking a jellyfish with your
At this point, or any other point, you just stop and say
any of the following:
- <chuckles softly to self> Ah, those were the days ... Sweet
- You know, I think we really can learn something from that.
- Well, can't be standing here all day, chatting and having fun!
- Anyway, after all of that ...
- But I digress.
- And there we have it, don't we!
- Still, you never know.
- It's true, I was glad it wasn't any worse than it was, in the
- But we mustn't grumble, its a fine day, after all.
- And that only goes to show!
- Well, to cut a long story short ...
- Anyway, going back to ...
- Really makes you wonder, doesn't it!
- Well you know what THEY say about THAT kind of thing ...
- But that's quite enough about me, what about you? (what about
- <pause, sigh> You live and learn ...
- <stops, laughs> Well listen to me rambling on!
- And on this high note ...
- But leaving all of that aside for a moment ...
- Of course, it's all a matter of opinion.
- <brightly> So, that was that. What's next on the agenda?
- <sighs, shakes head> Well what can you do ...
- But of course, I can't prove any of it, it's more like a gut
feeling, you know?
- And that's when I thought, better safe than sorry.
- <drifts off, pauses> Yeah ... that was really quite something
- <stops, laughs> Good one! (Right on/Cool, what?! etc)
- And I thought, isn't the world ONE amazing place.
- But all jokes aside for a minute.
- <nods seriously> And it makes perfect sense ... doesn't it.
- But you tell THAT to <an estate agent, a woman, a priest, the
young of today etc> and they just wouldn't have a clue!
- And that, as they say, was that.
- And there was no going back ...
- Yeah. It never rains, it pours.
- And if you really think about it <shakes head, lets sentence
- And the most amazing thing is, at the time I didn't understand
the half of it!
- And you don't have to have a degree for THAT!
- But then I realised that its not too late and - look, here we
Please note that ...
All of these:
- are totally content free and can be used anytime, anywhere, no matter
- leave the "other" in a state of ... what?
- can be combined with touch and/or gesture anchors.
Some of these (WHICH ones?):
- can be run on into a whole new and completely unrelated Melville
- can be improved immeasurably by the addition of tag questions;
- are perfect "subject changers" in any form of communication.
"Get Out Sentences" by Silvia Hartmann (with assistance from Jamie and
Melville Challenge 2: How deep can you get with the original pattern and
Don't speculate, try it out.
What kind of hypnosis IS this?!
And what do these "Get out sentences" DO? And what's the use of all of
Answers on a postage stamp, please ...
"Chaos Literature Melville