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what people are saying about this book: "a readable, practical, and entertaining book about a challenging, original, and promising new discipline. i recommend it."—dan goleman, associate editor of psychology today. "nlp represents a huge quantum jump in our understanding of human behavior and communication. it makes most current therapy and education totally obsolete."—john o. stevens, author ofawareness and editor of gestalt therapy verbatim and gestalt is. "this book shows you how to do a little magic and change the way you see, hear, feel, and imagine the world you live in. it presents new therapeutic techniques which can teach you some surprising things about yourself."—sam keen, consulting editor of psychology today and author of beginnings without end, to a dancing god, and apologyfor wonder. "how tiresome it is going from one limiting belief to another. how joyful to read bandler and grinder, who don't believe anything, yet use everything! nlp wears seven-league-boots, and takes 'therapy' or 'personal growth' far, far beyond any previous notions."—barry stevens, author of don't push the river, and co-author of person to person. "fritz peris regarded john stevens' gestalttherapy verbatim as the best representation of his work in print. grinder and bandler have good reason to have the same regard for frogs into princes. once again, it's the closest thing to actually being in the workshop."— richard price, co-founder and director of esalen institute.

frogs into princes
neuro linguistic programming

by richard bandler and john grinder

edited by steve andreas(formerly john o. stevens)


real people press

copyright © 1979 real people press boxf moab, utah 84532 isbn: 0-911226-18-4 clothbound $11.00 isbn: 0-911226-19-2 paperbound $7.50 cover artwork by elizabeth malczynski, brooklyn, ny library of congress cataloging in publication data: sandier, richard. frogs into princes. "edited entirely from audiotapes of introductory nlp trainingworkshops conducted by richard bandler and john grinder." bibliography: p. 1. psychotherapy. 2. nonverbal communication. 3. psycholinguistics. 4. imagery (psychology) i. grinder, john, joint author. ii. title. rc480.5.b313 616.8'914 , 79-13255 isbn 0-911226-18-4 ,;'.' isbn 0-911226-19-2 other books about neuro-linguistic programming from real people press:
using your brain-fora change, by richardbandler. 159pp. 1985 cloth $11.00 paper $7.50 reframing: neuro-linguistic programming and the transformation of meaning, by richard bandler and john grinder. 220 pp. 1981 cloth $12.00 paper $8.50 trance-formations: neuro-linguistic programming and the structure of hypnosis, by john grinder and richard bandler. 250 pp. 1981 cloth $12.00 paper $8.50 change your mind—and keep the change, by steve andreasand connirae andreas. 187 pp. 1987 cloth $12.00 paper $8.50 the name real people press indicates our purpose; to publish ideas and ways that a person can use

independently or with others to become more real—lo further your own growth as a human being and to develop your relationship and communication with others. 8 9 10 printing 93 92 91 90 89

foreword by steve andreas (formerlyjohn o. stevens) a challenge to the reader i sensory experience: representational systems and accessing cues ii changing personal history and organization: anchoring iii finding new ways: refraining bibliography 5-78 79-136 137-193 194 i-iv

i have been studying education, therapies, growth experiences, and other methods for personal change since i was a graduate student with abemaslow over twenty years ago. ten years later i met fritz peris and immersed myself in gestalt therapy because it seemed to be more effective than most other methods. actually all methods work for some people and with some problems. most methods claim much more than they can deliver, and most theories have little relationship to the methods they describe. when i was first introduced to neuro...
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