Frogs into Princes is edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) training workshops conducted by Richard Bandler and. “NLP is an explicit and powerful model of human experience and communication. Using the principles of NLP it is possible to describe any human activity in a. This is a book review of Richard Bandler and John Grinder’s Frogs Into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming. It has been referred by many as.
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Reframing The first section was possibly the first ever discussion on accessing cues. The authors start by noting that “the relationship between your experience and what actually occurred intk tenuous at best Some people find this style of writing difficult to follow but personally I enjoy it.
Our five senses visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory and gustatory are the language of our brain. It has been referred by many as the book to read for somebody starting out in neuro-linguistic programming NLP and rightfully so. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Frogs Into Princes
Time would be highly prized as a test of many things. It’s definitely an interesting read. The anchoring section deals with classical conditioning and learning to associate certain actions, mostly kinesthetic, to evoke specific emotions and thoughts.
Instantly get new articles and bonus tips for free about once a month by signing up to the TowerOfPower. In particular, they focus on eye movement– you would have to look at someone very carefully to see this, but that is what frots attention” is all about. This gets back to basics. To ask other readers questions about Frogs Into Princesplease sign up. The idea here is that different information is stored using different “representational systems” visual, auditory, etc.
This book is either 1 star or 5, pending further research on its validity. I never got very far. Lists with This Book. Aug 22, Brooke rated it it was ok. Another premise of the book is that you can radically change another person’s responses by changing your own behavior. Please read this page before commenting. If it doesn’t work, it’s because you don’t believe So, we’ve discussed the content of NLP. I have never been able to tell if this book is completely unintelligible or really profound.
Interesting book but rather clinical and I have a habit of picking it up and then putting it down for a few days so that when I pick it back up again I have to re-read what I already read to get back in the right “mind frame”. However, that’s not a comment on the method. Feb 27, Isaac Wilson rated it really liked it. Despite that, I was able to glean a lot of great information out of “Frogs into Princes. I would love to go to a Neuro Linguisitc Programming Seminar sometime to see this stuff in action.
Once you get your copy, hold on to it. The authors argue and demonstrate that you can figure out a great deal of what someone is thinking by noticing very subtle changes in their expressions. How, then, do people cue you in on how they’re accessing information? At this point I want to give up on the books and book a seminar instead.
Books by Richard Bandler. The list of applications for every technique in the three sections are endless. The other is to not ‘believe in it’: The section mostly discusses anchoring in the context of overcoming fear in therapy, but it can be easily used in relationships, healing painful memories, negotiations, sales, leadership, and seduction.
Frogs Into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming – Richard Bandler, John Grinder – Google Books
It’s questionable whether the frogs evolved at all. Yes, process matters – as in therapy, so in literature. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Account Options Sign in. I know this is the bible for NLP, but Eh! Someone else’s words connect to their experiences.
When you touch the person in the same manner at a later time, they will experience the same emotions when you first touched the person. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Yet there are so few that actually understand where the information originated from. Real People Press- Body language – pages. There might be a rough correlation between eye movements and representation system, but otherwise – nothing to see here. A great book, not sure if its the right one for starting off with NLP since it was my first. The first section reveals this fascinating aspect of human communication.
This is the greatest downfall of the book. That may sound obvious, but how often do we actually do that? 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]. They spent pages explaining these three, but they do it in a daily engaging manner. The style of writing difficult to follow, and that causes frustration.
Frogs Into Princes by Richard Bandler. The last time I checked, the book was out of print, but fortunately it is still made available to you in quality second-hand copies via Amazon. Refresh and try again. The subject matter of each day is somewhat disconnected, though the central theme of “content-free process therapy” is evident throughout.