NLP books

NLP books

book about neuro-linguistic programming (NLP):

The structure of magic

One of the first and the most fundamental books on NLP is the structure of magic which was published in 1975.Both the volumes speak about the various aspects of non-verbal communication.


Neuro-linguistic programming

This book was published in 1979 and was written by the pioneers – Dilts, Grinder, Bandler, DeLozier, and Cameron-Bandler and has elemental ideas about NLP.


Steve and Connirae Andreas procured the tapes of some of the Bandler-Grinder tutorials and edited them into three NLP books : Frogs into Princes (1979), Trance-formations (1981) and Reframing (1982).


TheseNLP books spell out facts which were proclaimed by Bandler and Grinder at the seminar conducted by them. These books contain vivid anecdotes and have stimulating presentations of basic ideas and techniques.


The Heart of the Mind by Steve and Connirae Andreas (1989) is one of the most wide-ranging books written on nlp. It can be tagged as beginners guide for a thorough understanding of nlp.


Introducing Neuro-Linguistic Programming by Joseph C’Connor and John Seymour is a very methodical foreword to NLP. It is enhanced and more complete than those books which are based on copy of the seminars.

Practical Magic has been written by Steve Lankton. This is one of the initial books written on nlp. It talks about the oldest NLP techniques (pre-submodalities) and transmits them to traditional techniques used in various structures of treatment.

Beliefs — Pathways to Health & Well Being has been written, by Robert Dilts, Tim Hallbom & Suzi Smith forms a universal introduction to the core NLP ideas and provides an insight to those people interested in the applications of nlp.

 Time for a Change is the latest book by Richard Bandlers. This book speaks about attitude more than procedure and can be termed as an inspirational book.

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