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Modeling With NLP Hardcover – July 1, 1998
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I recently went to Rex Sikes' outstanding Master Prac / Modelling Seminar. This book is a welcome addition to the material presented by Rex. For those who haven't signed up for his seminar yet, this is the best book on modelling I've found.
Through modelling, the world is your oyster.
There are a couple other really good modeling references that people should take a look at 'The Emprint Method', David Gordon's book on modeling, 'Expanding Your World' is good and it even comes with a DVD of David Gordon demonstrating how to use his method of modeling. John Grinder has his own method of modeling that's interesting but you have have to go to him to learn. I would also recommend going to Steve Andreas' website, just google his name and his site will come up. On there he's written some articles on Modeling that are incredibly useful.
Anyhow, check out this book if you are interesting in learning how to do Behavioral Modeling.
spiritual epiphany! in the deepest sense and changed
my life forever. this book is a later one. Dilts is a good
Catholic boy as i have heard Bandler suggest who was
among the first at UC Santa Cruz to learn of NLP. I highly
recommend his work, "Sleight of mouth" to transform your
life with empathy for not only yourself, but others and show
you how to heal yourself and or others with the techniques in
this book. Michael Hall's book on logical levels is perhaps
more informative and flush, but Dilts here is the pioneer in many
ways and in my mind this book is still valid and a classic.
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I also read the emprint method Leslie Cameron, and meta modeling Michael Hall.
This book is far much clear and complete.
Chapters 1-4 seem to be restating a few basics of NLP in an unneccesarily complex and pointless sort of way. But once we reach chapter 5 NLP goes "out the window". Read morePublished on January 5, 2007 by D. Anderson