What are the logical levels?
The term Logical Levels refers to the theory that some processes, events, and other phenomena are created through their relationships with other processes, events, and phenomena. The Logical Levels are represented as a hierarchy.
The logical levels are levels of change. They serve to clarify where, for example, a problem, a goal or one's own mission is located. The logical levels can be used, for example, in problem-solving and resource work.
Robert Dilts discovered that learning at the higher levels of the hierarchy utilises more brain capacity than learning on lower levels. Working and learning at the higher Logical Levels is more complex and challenging than working and learning on the lower Logical Levels.