Heart of the Mind – Engaging Your Inner Power to Change with Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Learn NLP in a way that is easy to understand, yet includes the depth that makes it possible for you to gain the benefits. NLP developers and trainers Connirae & Steve Andreas show how you can directly apply NLP in your own life. They share specific NLP methods that make a difference in 21 life areas that matter: overcoming anxiety, dealing with trauma, negotiation, resolving grief, parenting positively, motivation that works, fulfilling decision-making, relationships, self-healing, the “naturally-slender eating strategy,” recovering from shame & guilt, and more.

Filled with examples and anecdotes, along with step-by-step outlines, this book makes it easy for you to apply the same methods that have helped many people around the world turn their hopes into reality. Every reader is certain to find many topics of personal relevance.

Even though this book is written as an introduction–no background is needed and it feels easy to read– it includes the subtle understandings of these seasoned leaders in the field of NLP. You’ll find material here that isn’t included in other NLP books. The chapter on “Personal Timelines” for example, reveals how to easily uncover our individual ways of coding time, and how this sometimes forms the basis for our life struggles, and strengths.

The Andreases are able to offer you a potent and engaging access to the world of NLP through these methods refined by their years of experience teaching and working with others. An unusual book with many treasures for those wanting more out life. If you’re interested in NLP, this is a book to be sure to read.

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3 comments for “Heart of the Mind – Engaging Your Inner Power to Change with Neuro-Linguistic Programming

  1. "hilltop2002"
    January 3, 2013 at 12:48 PM

    A practical book of NLP techniques If I am being selfish like my past, I would not have written this review to let you know that this is such a great book for personal change. I changed instantly after following a couple of the exercises explained in the book. After going through the exercise of “Fast Phobia Method” and “Recoding Past Unpleasant Experiences”, it helped me to regain much of my self-confidence back, which was results of an unpleasant past. The book would not be an easy read for non-NLPers, but the authors did try very hard to explain the “how’s” and “why’s” of the exercises introduced in the book. More importantly, they picked those essential NLP techniques for life change, which makes the book invaluable. Although this is an NLP book from the eighties, IMHO, it sheds more lights than many of the more contemporary ones. I fully recommend this book if you want to use NLP to improve yourself. My advice is to work through those exercises that fit you and reflect on the resulted changes.

  2. Anonymous
    January 3, 2013 at 7:09 PM

    An excellent overview of NLP techniques This book contains 21 chapters, each of which deals with the application of NLP techniques to a particular problem. A couple of examples are given for each case. Chapter titles include “Learning To Spell”, “Responding Resourcefully To Criticism”, “Phobias, Traumas And Abuse”, “Parenting Positively”, “Resolving Grief”, “Positive Motivation” and “Engaging Your Body’s Natural Ability To Heal”. So, a good reference book, equally good to dip into now and again or to read all the way through.

  3. Anonymous
    January 3, 2013 at 7:12 PM

    Excellent “How To” Guide for NLP Although books by Bandler & Grinder are “from the horse’s mouth”, this book presents a wide spectrum of applications complete with wonderfully explicit directions that virtually anyone can follow to achieve behavioral change. As a Master Practitioner of NLP, I have found this book to be a fabulous resource and frequently recommended it to clients who want to know more about Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

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