Master NLP Practitioner & Gestalt Therapist
How to use eye accessing cues for language?
Although it is has a quite subtle effect if you switch to using predicates which match the other person's eye accessing cues this will enhance the rapport between you. If, for example, your colleague or customer appears to be primarily thinking in pictures it's not very useful to ask how they 'feel' about your idea or product. Or how things 'sound' to them. Much better to ask them how it looks to them, whether they like the appearance of the idea, whether then can visualise the end result, etc. Match the eye accessing of highly kinaesthetic, auditory, or self-talk-oriented people similarly.