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Posted September 24, 2006
Discusses Basic NLP Building Blocks
If you are an advanced student of NLP (at least having completed a practitioner training) and wish to get a deeper and more practical understanding of using and interpreting time lines, the swish pattern, submodalities, and the internal-external meta program then this book is definitely for you. It is written by two NLP leaders who put their vast practical knowledge on paper from which the rest of us can benefit. Specific applications such as Eliminating Compulsions, 'The Last Straw' Threshold Pattern and Responding to Criticism are presented in detail. Given this book was written in 1987, many newer and more elegant techniques have been developed since. However Steve and Connirae Andreas provide us with a rich understanding of NLP basics that gives us greater insight as to why the newer techniques work, what we need to be aware of when using these techniques and how we can actually use these basic building blocks to develop our own approaches. A significant part of the book consists of transcripts of actual sessions. For me, this did not enhance my reading enjoyment however it did provide clear descriptions as to how the techniques can be used in practice.
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Posted March 5, 2009
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