Richard Bandler & John Grinder, in 1975 published The Structure of Magic I & II, based on the work done modelling Virginia Satir, Gregory Bateson and Milton Erickson. A must read of course, and if you like linguistics you will fall in love with these two volumes, the explanation of deep structure versus surface structure and its… Continue reading Other maps for the same territory… or the Structure of Magic I and II
Dr Richard Boldstad “Perhaps the most frequent criticism levelled at NLP in psychotherapy has been that it fails to understand the importance of the therapeutic relationship. I believe that, on the contrary, NLP psychotherapy has its foundation in a new and innovative framing of this relationship. It is educative and consultative rather than ‘therapeutic’. Its… Continue reading Resolve, A New Model of Therapy
Boost your confidence with NLP, from Ian McDermot is definitely a good way to get us into the world full of confidence. The book, written as a self-help book, is full of exercises that we can do at our own pace. After highlighting the different types of confidence, the book asks us to draw our confidence wheel,… Continue reading Boost your confidence with NLP
There is a reason you want to live with a smile, and you want a genuine smile, one of this smile about to break in a laugh, your eyes smiling way more than your lips. This is the secret of the so-called genuine smile, having your eyes smile to the world... now you may or… Continue reading Live with a smile
As the sunset was setting down over a valley, somewhere in the East, light lingering over mounts and roads, two friends, merchants of profession, were returning happily home from a very long journey full of trades and joy. Much money had been made, more money that they could count sometimes. But suddenly, a snake attacked… Continue reading The deceased’s wishes… or just a story of perspective?