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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We believe that all communication is hypnosis. Since we have no claim on truth or accuracy, we will be lying consistently through this seminar.
Here’s how they did in this particular seminar. The last section of Frogs Into Princes gives an exact formula for reframing.
The anchoring section deals with classical conditioning and learning to associate certain actions, mostly kinesthetic, to evoke specific emotions and thoughts. Mar 30, Bryn added it. The style of writing difficult to follow, and that causes frustration.
Indeed, the primary lnto of IFS is that there is no empirical evidence to back it up – a concern that, it seems to me, is strikingly applicable here. Mar 25, Gregory rated it liked it.
Note that throughout, the therapist has no idea what the “bad thing” is, nor what the “good resource” is – he or she simply gives content-agnostic process instructions. To ask other readers questions about Frogs Into Princesplease sign up. Words have no built in meaning. All generalizations are lies. How, then, do people cue you in on how they’re accessing information?
Once we learn how to do things really well, they become automatically. Aug 06, Ivan Voras rated it it was amazing. I’m intrigued by the idea of representational systems, and I like the authors’ constant reminders that “when you do something that doesn’t work, do something else ” – even if complete flexibility detracts from the viability of NLP as a well-defined therapeutic model.
This is a great intro into classic NLP.
At this point, after so much advancement in NLP, this is more of a history book. Change the way you see, hear, feel, and imagine the world you live in.
Made up memories can change you just as well as the arbitrary perceptions that you made up at the time about ‘real world events’.
I feel reframing is a must-have technique for any person who is interested in getting past problems and obtaining the most out of life.
Yet there are so few that actually understand where the information originated from. Just one of Many of Bandler’s and Grinder’s older Gems this book was a real inspirati I truly enjoyed this book.
Steve AndreasJohn O. Bandler and Grinder were anx therapists so much as they were modelers that came to therapy as a neat way of applying their modeling techniques. A few specific examples of things you can learn to accomplish Feb 16, nicoLe is currently reading it. Real People Press- Body language – pages.
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If you try it based on what I told you, frogss will likely be ineffective. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. One is to be too rigid.
Perhaps what irked me most about this book, however, is the extent to which the authors describe their theory as unfalsifiable. Other prines – View all Frogs Into Princes: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. That one statement tended to wake up the expert therapists in a hurry! And I turned to the characters in the book, and princex “you brilliant, brilliant crapheads”. Even I found myself re-reading some sections five times to understand what was being said.
Words only have meaning in that they trigger sensory representations in a speaker or listener. We are all influenced inconcsciouly by myriads of body language cues and these can be used to your advantage. As a work of informative piece of nonfiction, however, the book fails.
Tools for therapists using feedback loops: A side effect of such generative change is that many of the problem behaviors that would otherwise have been targets for remedial change simply disappear.
Bzndler seems to be a transcript from a seminar, so the format isn’t what you’d typically find in an instructional manual. Jan 27, Madeline rated it liked it. Books by Richard Bandler.
The application for every technique discussed is diverse. These techniques are so universal I see feogs repeated in many books, seminars, workshops etc. Jul 02, Burhan Abbasi rated it really liked anc. The text itself has been deconstructed. Let’s examine each day in turn. I would really prefer that you didn’t use such terms, since they don’t refer to anything. Oct 28, Mike marked it as to-read.
The content is interesting, but if you boil it down there are three basic principles. This gets back to basics.