The Structure of Magic: A Book About Language and Therapy, Volume 1

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Science and Behavior Books, 1975 - Medical - 225 pages
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These seminal works in neurolinguistic programming (NLP) help therapists understand how people create inner models of the world to represent their experience and guide their behavior. Volume I describes the Meta Model, a framework for comprehending the structure of language; Volume II applies NLP theory to nonverbal communication.

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Review: The Structure of Magic I: A Book about Language and Therapy

User Review  - James Tolson - Goodreads

Despite the fact this info (the meta model) has been reprinted and explained thousands of times over in virtually every NLP book. Mistakenly I thought the authors charismatic personality would add ... Read full review

Review: The Structure of Magic I: A Book about Language and Therapy

User Review  - Irma Walter - Goodreads

I studied it and started evaluating my own language. What surprising things I found out about myself. We get strangled by our own habits and interpretations. Talk is powerful. However, we would have ... Read full review

Contents

THE STRUCTURE OF CHOICE
5
THE STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGE
21
THE STRUCTURE OF MAGIC
39
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About the author (1975)

Richard Bandler is one of the greatest geniuses of personal change. He is the man who co-invented Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and is Paul McKenna's self-confessed guru. He holds courses and workshops all over the world, including in the UK and the USA. He lives with his wife in Texas but also spends time at his house in Ireland.

John Grinder is the co-originator of neuro-linguistic programming and the author of several books, including Patterns of the Hypnotic Technique, Transformations, and Turtles All the Way Down. He lives in Scotts Valley, California.

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