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Each pattern states what is needed early on. All readers will appreciate how the patterns arc provided. Whenever possible, credit is given for the development of the pattern.

Each pattern has an introduction that explains its purpose. The patterns arc each divided into steps. The first sentence of each step is a reminder statement so that, once you know the pattern, you can just look at the reminder statement to proceed. This will also help you memorize your favorite patterns.

As you build mastery with these patterns, we encourage you to build intuitive flexibility and creativity. The patterns and additional material will help you to see how the presuppositions and knowledge of NLP are put into action.

This insight is a very good source of this creativity. Unfortunately, this can cast suspicion upon legitimate claims. It can be difficult for people to tell the exaggerations from the truth, because NLP can have amazing results in a variety of areas, ranging from personal problems to business success.

The current recognition that therapeutic approaches such as EMDR can have rapid results, has made the claims of NLP appear less extreme, especially where problems with anxiety are concerned. What can be researched are the specific interventions patterns of NLP. Because NLP got its start with a very psychological perspective, an important aspect of linguistics in NLP has to do with how language affects consciousness and patterns of behavior. They drew from the work of linguists such as Noam Chomsky.

One of their more interesting observations was that therapists would take liberties with grammar in order to influence their clients. This included strange wordings that would promote a hypnotic state, and manipulations of grammar to make problems feel more susceptible to being resolved. For example, by describing the problem in the past tense, the therapist creates the feeling that the problem is receding away.

Some of the language patterns are quite sophisticated.

Studying them is very rewarding. Systems Theory and "Ecologyn The NLP founders drew from systems theory, the study of how systems interact and maintain themselves. This included looking at how families function as systems.

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NLP even looked at how "parts" of individuals function like mini-systems that must work together. This led to the conclusion that a therapist or coach must carry out an "ecology check" in order to make sure that no parts of the person object to any solutions that are under consideration. This is intended to prevent unconscious selfsabotage.

NLP, like cognitive therapy, looks at how thought patterns are involved in dysfunctional behaviors as well as successful behaviors.

Since thoughts that manage our behaviors occur in repeating patterns, it is possible to identify these patterns and help people change them, either consciously or unconsciously. In cognitive psychology, the emphasis is more on conscious change of thought patterns. NLP leaped ahead by including a strong emphasis on how the unconscious and body-mind experiences called "states" similar to state of mind, but including the body can be used for change. To understand how a "state" is used, consider this basic example: Let's say you have a client who does not interview well, because of anxiety and self esteem problems.

Help your client develop an intense state of confidence, and then have them imagine themselves performing beautifully in their next job interview while they are in that state. This tends to reduce the anxiety and get the subconscious to come up with creative solutions that include new, more effective, behaviors. You suddenly understand something you've understood all your life, but in a new way.

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Richard Bandler was a psychology student at the time, and John Grinder was a linguistics professor. They attempted to identify the internal and external behaviors that made these therapists effective. They saw themselves as creating models of the therapists, or "modeling" the therapists. Bandler was especially gifted at observing subtleties in these therapists' behavior, especially their body language. In NLP, highly nuanced observation is called "acuity. These two aspects of observation worked together to create very helpful models.

This made it possible to teach people how to accomplish feats similar to those of the therapists they were modeling.

These therapists included Milton Erickson, M. D, who developed gestalt psychotherapy. Key early concepts: Early NLP was also concerned with the psycho-linguistic processes of distortion, deletion and generalization. These are the ways our brains attempt to be efficient within our limited processing power.

For example, we tend to generalize about what to expect. But if someone says, "All the good men or women are taken," they are limiting themselves with an over-broad generalization. Bandler and Grinder felt that such processes had very negative psychological and interpersonal consequences if they were not done effectively.

These concepts were used to model people, as well as in developing patterns for intervention. This brings up a controversial point. I write that modeling is the heart of NLP, but a psychologist, Chistopher Hedberg, has made the argument that the heart of NLP, The Big Book of NLP 37 practically and historically speaking, is these concepts non-verbal information and representational systems , not modeling.

He points out in support of this idea that many of the early published NLP patterns were described strictly as being based on these concepts, and without referring to therapists models as sources of the patterns.

I, was mostly concerned with the use of linguistics to intervene for improved mental health. Transcripts published in the book exemplify this approach.

They don't appear to show any of the modeling or patterns that NLP is best known for. These points are important, but they tell us how NLP got started, and what many authors and trainers emphasize. I take the position that modeling is a better candidate for the heart of NLP, because I believe that we can give much more credit to NLP models for the major NLP patterns than is obvious from the writings.

When they got their start, Richard Bandler was a long-haired, chain-smoking year-old. He had been running a gestalt therapy group reputed to have a high rate of success. He was also making transcripts of sessions of Fritz Perls. Before NLP, Bandler was already doing modeling.

However, Bandler was having difficulty teaching other students how to get his results. Bandler asked Grinder to observe his group and analyze it for patterns that might explain his results.

Grinder was the youngest American professor of linguistics at the time. He agreed, and the two became friends as they worked together. Grinder joined Bandler in examining Pearls' work. They began to look at other therapists, most notably Virginia Satir, at that time. They reviewed videos oftherapists' sessions and sat in on live sessions. In time, they also began studying the theories of Gregory Bateson. He introduced them to Milton Erickson, and they began analyzing his work as well.

Grinder discovered that Bandler and the therapists they were studying used similar language patterns, and surmised that these patterns must have been valuable parts of treatment.

Bandler and Grinder began writing about their discoveries and teaching a psychology course in which they taught their approach to psychotherapy. By today's standards, this would be strange, because neither of them were licensed therapists, and their techniques had received very little scrutiny.

In fact, the university eventually discontinued the course on the basis that it constituted unauthorized 38 The Big Book of NLP experimentation on students. Stevens and Connierae Andreas developed them from recordings of the seminars. As the field took form, Bandler coined the term Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Romantic relationships and marriages blossomed from these early liaisons. John O. Stevens changed his name to Steve Andreas and married Connierae Andreas.

The group experimented with abandon on each other and strangers, coming up with countless therapeutic ideas. Their wild experimentation was very much in the spirit of the times, when personal development and psychotherapy were much more like the Wild West. Their work became quite popular, allowing them to provide seminars at many locations.

These travelling seminars took place from the late s to the early s. Oct 18, Mrs Froggy rated it liked it. This book is a great treasure, it contains every technique you will evere need!

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The two main therapeutic uses of NLP are: 1 as an adjunct by therapists [72] practicing in other therapeutic disciplines; 2 as a specific therapy called Neurolinguistic Psychotherapy [73] which is recognized by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy [74] with accreditation governed at first by the Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming [75] and more recently by its daughter organization the Neuro Linguistic Psychotherapy and Counselling Association. Clients often benefit by becoming more conscious of their own presuppositions, and refining them for better results.

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