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.

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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