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eBook Magic in Action ePub

by Richard Bandler

  • ISBN: 0916990141
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Richard Bandler
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Meta Publications; New edition (June 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 220
  • ePub book: 1122 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1975 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 769

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Dr Within the pages you'll encounter him literally performing magic in terms of creating transformational change with private clients

Richard Bandler has been a fountain of creativity for 25 years, the techniques he has created are used in our schools and by almost every major corporation. He created Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Design Human Engineering. Within the pages you'll encounter him literally performing magic in terms of creating transformational change with private clients. This book is unlike others by either Bandler or Grinder (the other co-founder of NLP(tm).

Magic in Action book. The book is a transcript of sessions with Dr. Bandler and several patients. For anyone who doesn't know, or wants a reminder of how powerful nuero-linguistic programming is, this is the book. But this is a horrible book to try to learn anything from. It's clear that a lot is lost from the original tapes.

Magic In Action shows the ways in which I use humor and speed to work with clients. It gives the layman an idea of what an NLP session should be like. You get serious, you get stuck. Humor is the fastest way to reverse this process. As soon as you can laugh about something, you can change it. And change doesn’t need to be slow or painful.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Magic in Action by Richard Bandler (1985 . This book by the developer of Neuro-linguistic Programming is similar to several others in that it contains verbatim sessions with clients with various psychological issues.

This book by the developer of Neuro-linguistic Programming is similar to several others in that it contains verbatim sessions with clients with various psychological issues. Mr. Bandler is, as always, very entertaining, and while he often seems to be joking and doing nothing therapeutic, he is actually using humor to break or interrupt an associated state that he does not want the client to get to involved in.

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Magic in Action (Paperback). Richard Bandler (author). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. Paperback 228 Pages, Published: 01/06/1992.

Richard Wayne Bandler (born February 24, 1950) is an American author and trainer in the field of self-help. He is best known as the co-creator (with John Grinder) of the Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), a methodology to understand and change human behavior-patterns. He also developed other systems named Design Human Engineering (DHE) and Neuro Hypnotic Repatterning (NHR).

Magic In Action shows the ways in which I use humor and speed to work with clients. It gives the layman an idea of what an NLP session should be like. I constatly joke with clients about their poblems in order to cure them of seriousness, which is what locks the model down. You get serious, you get stuck. Humor is the fastest way to reverse this process. As soon as you can laugh about something, you can change it. And change doesn't need to be slow or painful. If you can learn to create something as sophisticated as a phobia, fear or compulsion, you can learn to use the same ability to do something different in the same situations. - Richard Bandler

Comments

Jark Jark
It took me a while to get past the 60's covers on Bandler's books and longer still since I had to get past a lot of the writings I've read by others on NLP (most read like papers presented at a Star Trek convention).However,once you get past the covers and the BS spouted by many NLP "experts" it is refreshing to read Bandler's work. It is very down to earth, uses humor effectively, and the stuff makes sense. This is not the book I would recommend starting with, but do start with Bandler's earlier works if you want to know the real possibilities of NLP.
Garne Garne
Good Read for learning how Bandler does his magic
hulk hulk
It is the dialog of Richard Bandler's therapeutic sessions with his clients. A knowledge of the techniques would help to understand the book better. Overall a good book.
Halloween Halloween
Iam enjoying reading Bandler. It is a whole new concept; and very helpful for sorting myself out, and helping others.
White_Nigga White_Nigga
You could say that this is a book in six chapters, plus an introduction and one appendix - the former is taken of an interview with Bandler in 1990, the latter covers the NLP "Milton Model" in some depth.
Excited?
You would be if you knew what is in those six chapters!
According to the back cover blurb (taken from the Introduction):
"*Magic in Action* shows the ways in which I use humour and speed to work with clients. It gives the layman an idea of what an NLP session should be like."
Basically this is a set of trancescripts (pun intended) of Richard Bandler doing brief therapy the NLP way. They cover topics such as a rather unusual form of agoraphobia, fear of authority figures, weight loss, changing limiting beliefs, etc.
More than that, however, they show Bandler using many of the core NLP techniques to facilitate lasting changes, typically in less than 30 minutes.
An additional feature of the first three sessions is that they are taken from a project at Marshall University, West Virginia, and in two cases include a brief follow-up interview that took place about 8 months after the therapy session.
(Only two, because in one case Richard and his client went straight out and demonstrated that the client's agoraphobia had already completely disappeared.)
As the previous reviewer has said, this is a book that will bear, indeed requires, several readings to get the most out of it. Bandler himself (or was it the unnamed editor?) recommends that, after having read the whole book, you start again, annotating each transcript in the same way that the final chapter has already been analysed, to better understand how Bandler has used various linguistic patterns to achieve his results.
Seems like a pretty good idea to me.
The book gives some interesting insights into the attitude, motivation and practice of the originator of NLP. At the same time, though Bandler certainly isn't prepared to spoonfeed his readers, it is as good a teaching tool as any book could ever be.
If you're serious about NLP, this book is a definite 'must read'.
Anaragelv Anaragelv
This is an excellent book for anyone wanting an inside view of a master utilizing NLP(tm) in action. These are actual working transcripts of Richard Bandler the co-founder of the NLP(tm)technology doing work with patients. Within the pages you'll encounter him literally performing magic in terms of creating transformational change with private clients. This book is unlike others by either Bandler or Grinder (the other co-founder of NLP(tm). All of the other books available by these authors are taken either from training transcripts or written as training manuals, in this one the transcripts are from one to one sessions with Richard himself. These transcripts are packed with information. You'll find him utilizing hypnosis, reframing, anchoring, and all the other NLP(tm)techniques you've heard of while continually pacing and leading the client he's addressing. As Richard suggests in the introduction you could re-read this book for each of these patterns and come away with a deeper, fuller and richer appreciation of the model each time you do. In a way you could almost learn to do NLP(tm) from this book alone, however this is not what either I or Richard would recommend. As Bandler writes in the introdution to this edition, NLP(tm) is an experiential model and the way to really "get it" is to work with someone who is really skilled in its application. Within this same introduction Richard uncovers his own thinking about the model he calls NLP(tm) better than any other place that I've read. This description alone is worth the price of the book if what's offered is really assimilated. I would of given it a 10 however there are some sections within it that really bog down and could have been improved with better editing ... then again ... What I recommend is that if your interested in the direct applicaton of NLP(tm) as a transformation technology go ahead buy it, read it and enjoy it!
Xmatarryto Xmatarryto
This book is a wonderful inside-look into actual NLP interventions, essentially transcripts of actual change-work performed by the master himself, Richard Bandler. I'm not going to explain NLP here, because if your unaware of Richard's work, this book will as useful to you as lasik to a blind man. For those that are initiated, this book serves as a wonderful resource to give you an idea of what an actual session should be like, and the final trascript is broken down to the linguistics, excellent for tracking patterns. These transcripts were taken from the famous Howard University tapes, now being sold on Richard'd website. His idea's on the use of humor slapped me in the face like a wet towel across the buns. So if your a fan, your going to love it, if your a newbie, your better off getting Frogs into Princes, or Using Your Brain for a Change. For therapists, this may be an interesting, and eye-opening read to give you an idea of how fast change can be assisted in clients. Remember, NLP is not a set of techniques, it's a methodology with an attitude, and this book let's you take a peep into the wizard's chamber.