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Using Your Brain: For a Change

Using Your Brain For a Change NLP offers a conceptual understanding that is solidly based on information science and computer programming yet rooted even thoroughly in the observation of living human experience Everything in NLP

  • Title: Using Your Brain: For a Change
  • Author: Richard Bandler
  • ISBN: 9780911226270
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • NLP offers a conceptual understanding that is solidly based on information science and computer programming, yet rooted even thoroughly in the observation of living human experience Everything in NLP can be directly verified in your own experience, or by observing others The new submobility patterns described and taught in this book are even faster and powerfulNLP offers a conceptual understanding that is solidly based on information science and computer programming, yet rooted even thoroughly in the observation of living human experience Everything in NLP can be directly verified in your own experience, or by observing others The new submobility patterns described and taught in this book are even faster and powerful ways of creating personal change than the earlier NLP methods.

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    1 thought on “Using Your Brain: For a Change

    1. I like the idea that we have the capacity to self-change the patterns we have created to automatically sabotage ourselves. His wisecracks and matter-of-fact approach to doing his tricks are not only enlightening but entertaining. I am not surprised at these possibilities but I find them reinforcing the truths that are already there. Good work Dr. Bandler.

    2. I read this book 24 years ago. It changed my life. I cured myself of insomnia and a massive fear of 'public' speaking (any group of 3 or more people was 'public' speaking to me!). I have used the power of NLP daily, since.

    3. This is the funniest book on psychology I've ever read, but it's also provided food for thought for many years. A great investigation into the way the mind works, a practical user's manual that is also creative & open-ended.

    4. I was astounded that this author actually wrote about striking a client because he felt that the man needed a good slap. I just couldn't proceed after that, nor could I tolerate his smug attitude.

    5. [The rating for this should be 0]It is books like this that make you think of Tyler’s “Self-improvement is masturbation.”I do want to better myself, to know more about the world, about people, and about myself, but how can you work on the latter, when lots of books are pure garbage.Richard Bandler is one of those annoying self-help guys that just make me angry knowing they exist. The book is about something called NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming). See how impressive that sounds? That is [...]

    6. A very insightful and mind-altering book. If you go into this book really wanting to see change and really wanting to gain control of your own mind. You will be amazed. You may have to read through some chapters a second time to get the full effect, but no worries, it is an enjoyable novel. Very interactive. Take as much time as you need to go through each exercise. It is no race. This book is personalized for each reader.

    7. Brilliant book, thank you, Dr. Bandler. I highly recommend Using Your Brain For a Change to anyone who is interested in exploring the power we all have to create our own experience. I find it fascinating that such seemingly simple techniques can have such wonderful results.

    8. Fullt godkänd bok av en av de två NLP-grundarna. Tror alla som läser kan få ut något av den genom att ändra sitt sätt att tänka.

    9. *More of a personal note than a reivewExcellent book. I swear I wrote a review for this book already, maybe it was on amazon I have found out that it is time to start actually using my brain in it's intended way and training it with new strategies.I am curious how this goes along with the affirmations that I am doing. It is defiantly time for me to read it again.

    10. It’s a very interesting book and it gave me some insights into NLP. Also it's one of his later works and a lot has changed, he went more to the “keep it simple” approach. At the same time I was also reading one of his first books “the structure of magic I” which is a lot harder to get through because it's a lot more academic. It seems he got older and got tired of all the complicated methods and explanations.He writes in a somewhat arrogant tone which can be very unpleasant, somewhere [...]

    11. While I understand the value of some of the exercises outlined within the book, I disliked the attitude of the seminar material. I felt the basic tools were meant to be empowering, but came across as demeaning or superior. I wish there had been actual examples rather than "think of a thing, but don't actually tell me (or the reader) what that thing ise that would make TOO MUCH SENSE". That didn't help me at all. I'm not a good book learner when it comes to practical applications/processes, and r [...]

    12. I didn't realize that NLP was so "fringe" when I took this class in college. I was just trying to get in some extra upper division credit and a friend had recommended it to me. It had some great tools and then I promptly forgot about it after the class was over. Since studying my HypnoBabies, I've thought a lot about "curing" my anxiety with hypnosis and I remembered NLP. This book had lots more great tools including one for phobias. I read it cover to cover, but didn't leave very much time for [...]

    13. For any one fascinated with the process of personal change and growth, this makes a wonderful investigation on the potential of the human brain and how it is associated to the emotions that we go through on a daily basis. If you ever wanted to know how to move from where you are to the next desirable point that you want to be at while owning the process 100%, then this is for you because this is a phenomenal contribution in the frontier of mind over matter.

    14. somehow I enjoyed reading it as my first NLP book ,,i enjoyed the dialogue which are in the book and the examples given by richard bandler which make u truly believe the power of your brain and how u can change anything once you are determinedi think i will read more about NLP ,its such an interesting science .

    15. Having read it quite a number of years ago, I remember liking it, yet I can't seem to remember too many specifics about it. Obviously it wasn't bad, otherwise I would have remembered that, but neither was it good enough to burn a vivid image into my mind, so three stars is probably the fairest rating I can give it.

    16. I was really enjoying it the first day. I laughed out loud. I had maybe 25 pages left when I had to put it down. I found I just didn't get back into it when i tried the next few days. I recommend it, but wonder if it was my mood.

    17. The main problem of NLP is that it knows lots of tricks that seem to work, but not necessarily *why* they work. so this is not a good book to learn about the foundation of the mind. It is entertaining, snappy and off-handed, and if you can get past how flippant the speaker is, you'll be fine.

    18. I would give it more stars if it wasn't so over my head because I really liked the information on the brain. I would like to find a book with newer information that concentrates more on brain function.

    19. I can't say that i've delved too far into Neuro-linguistic programming. But, i did read this one the inventor of it. I love how the thoughts, images, dialogue, ect. that go on in a person's interior awareness throughout the day are primarily automatic and unexamined.

    20. Not a "quick" read, but if you are interested in pursuing the art and science of NLP, this is the place to start. Powerful tools for anyone who makes their living on understanding how to connect with others.

    21. I love everything about Bandler and this is one of his breakthrough books (aren't they all?). This one was one of the first I read and helped me make huge changes. Also it is very amusing read.

    22. If you'd like to know what I thought of this book, please contact me directly and I'd be happy to discuss it with you.All the best,- TB

    23. Truly fascinating information on how the brain works and how simple it can be to establish change. Great explanations of how to change.

    24. The richest and most vital Bandler text (see his videos, too), and accessible. It will take years to fully implement what I learned from this book.

    25. Great read when firstly getting into NLP. My beliefs about the subject have changed over time, however it is an insightful into human awareness and using your brain.

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