Sandier, Richard. Frogs into princes. “Edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory. NLP training workshops conducted by Richard Bandler and John Grinder.”. Finding out that they were attending the Gestalt Conference also, I told them about the exciting new work that Bandler and Grinder were doing. They didn’t. “Edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory NLP training workshops conducted by Richard Bandler and John Grinder.”. Wikipedia: Read associated articles.
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Yes, process matters – as in therapy, so in literature. The application for every technique discussed is diverse.
Imagine an Unfunny George Carlin, He did have a few good points but they were far and few between. Will need to read again if I am to apply the techniques discussed in the book but it gave me a fairly good idea regarding NLP. It’s a tool for improving lives. These techniques are so universal I see them repeated in many books, seminars, workshops etc.
Frogs Into Princes by Richard Bandler. It pretty much starts and ends with the Neuro and Linguistic. It turns out to be foundation for an established therapeutic model called “Internal Family Systems,” where consciousness is viewed as being composed of various “parts” or unconscious “sub-personalities.
This gets back to basics. There was a therapist on Hayward Avenue in Phoenix who held conversations with people that were so powerful that few of them were able to stay awake while the man was talking.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. You will always get the answers to your questions insofar as you have the sensory apparatus to notice the responses.
But some of the most important areas his work has touched is still just being discovered in the cognitive behavior and alternative health industry. From this perspective, it makes it difficult for me to be lost on the connection between frogs and princes.
That’s a comment about not being creative enough in the application of itand not having enough sensory experience to accept all the cues that are there [emphasis mine]. As modelers, they say a lot of things that people took to be true, so they explained that everything they said were lies. In any event, this probably isn’t the best place to find out.
That makes sense to me when I think of how they came about the science of modelling people who excel at their art or science, Bandler and Grinder are the Fathers of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and they make no mistake about demystifying the whole science of excellence and human achievement.
Support is provided in the form of stage demonstrations, wherein willing participants are forcefully pushed towards whatever outcome the instructors desire. Mar 25, Gregory rated it liked it. In fact, I did my own sample-size-of-one experiment with an unsuspecting subject: Tools for therapists using feedback loops: The same thing is done with a behavior or emotional tool the client wishes they’d had at the time.
The subject matter of each day is somewhat disconnected, though the central theme of “content-free process therapy” is evident throughout. Dec 28, Damien rated it liked it. Actually, NLP can do much more than the kinds of remedial work mentioned above. No eBook available Amazon. Someone else’s words connect to their experiences.
There are only two differences between us and other teachers: This is a fascinating book. I never got very far.
Language is a representation of our sensory representations, a map of another map. Cesar April 24, at 8: The other is to not ‘believe in it’: There is no such thing as hypnosis.
No trivia or quizzes yet. That’s a useful lie.
I would recommend Anthony Robbins or Brian Tracey, for a better experience. Oct 28, Mike marked it as to-read. The style of writing difficult to follow, and that causes frustration.
No substance at all to the “theory”. This kind of reasoning drives me absolutely crazy. The list of applications for every technique in the three sections are endless.
As I’ve now alluded to more than once, the authors don’t offer much in the way gribder objective evidence. Steve AndreasJohn O. Many of today’s books have been distorted with the authors personal views.
NLP is has only thin crust of science to it. I would love to go to a Neuro Linguisitc Programming Seminar sometime to see this stuff in action. We are on the threshold of a quantum jump in human experience and capability.
The interesting bit is their approach to running the workshop — how they pace it, what they present, what stories and exercises they use. Reframing The first section was possibly the first ever discussion on accessing cues. The interaction goes something like this: Jan 03, Donal Phipps rated it really liked it.
Even I found myself re-reading some sections five times to understand what was being said.