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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars interesting book.., 19 Oct. 2008
This review is from: Using Your Brain: For a Change (Paperback)
I loaned this from the library the other day and though it is not as good as frogs to princes and tranceformations there is still new info to be learned here. Style of the book is written as if you are in the seminar with Bandler which some people find hard to grasp but i find it fine and have no problems, i actually think it makes it better because you just picture yourself there. The book is mainly about NLP in learning and therapy and how you can use NLP to get rid of bad habits and make quick lasting changes. Goes into detail about the swish pattern at the end. A book i suggest reading when you have a little knowledge about NLP but not for a beggining book. Highly reccomend 'Frogs to Princes' as an intro to NLP.
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Initial post: 8 Mar 2009, 09:38:12 GMT
Orchard Hill says:
Doesn't one borrow a book from a library, rather than "loaned" it?

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Jun 2009, 10:34:14 BST
Hello there,

Yes, I believe that you 'borrow from' and 'loan to', not 'borrow to' and 'loan from'. Thing is though, if you got the gist of what was written, why nitteth picketh about something like that and not the actual content of the review? Shakespeare couldn't spell very well made point though, grammar is often overlooked by the quickly typing fingers of people today is a new day for grammar and its practical application and usage in everyday I try and learn something new.

Such as advanced hypnotic sentence structure.

Reading in your head is faster than pronunciation, yet reading aloud makes the language different to hear than to be read. Check out the 'Claude Vallett' method of hypnotic suggestion through text in your local 'Masonique Libraire'.

As for the NLP that is referred to in this book, it is a simple skimp over some techniques but it is mostly hot air backed up with stooged exchanges between fellows. It is a ramshackle addition to the ever growing flotsum of NLP and self help books about. They are not advanced exercises and it is poorly written and presented.

Ever full of it,

GGG RTG POL

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