The process that some call the “transderivational search” is an excellent means by which to discern whether any speech, whether any writing be of the sort that grammarians call “well formed sentences.” Personally I’ve been thinking much about the process known as “critical thinking.”
The snippet below is something that I’ve copied and pasted without permission from within the url: http://www.nlplifetraining.com/…/basic-hypnotic-language-pa….
“…Still sounds technical, huh? But really it’s straightforward. A Transderivational Search is basically a search for the meaning of a piece of information. It happens in communication all the time. In order for you to be able to understand what someone is telling you, you need to go inside your own mind and find some means of relating the words spoken to you with an internal experience. If I say to someone: “Think of your mother” – most people will come up with a very clear idea of a person. The search for a meaning in this case is a very short and simple one. If I say to someone: “Think of a home” – then the same person might think of their own home, or a children’s home, or Battersea Dog’s home, a friend’s home, or an idealised home. Here, the search may be more complex, before their mind settles on the one that they are happy with. Some people, indeed, will ask: “What sort of home?”…”