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by Carmen Bostic St. Clair,John Grinder


Co-authored by Carmen Bostic St. Clair and delivered in a style extremely characteristic of John Grinder. This book does a lot to explain John Grinder's conception of NLP an where he thinks it should go from here as it continues to mature hopefully into a field.

Co-authored by Carmen Bostic St. This work weaves together in story form from Grinders perspective, the history of NLP and its associated techniques and observations. For me, this approach clarified many points in other books that were presented without boundaries or context. This book does a lot to explain John Grinder's conception of NLP an where he thinks it should go from here as it continues to mature hopefully into a field is very interesting.

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We are treated to important John Grinder autobiographical content, so interested readers can appreciate the influences from John s personal life that mapped over to his professional life and his hypnotic fascination with excellence. Clair for extricating much of the information from John (summarised above) that otherwise might have remained in his head for many years to come.

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Whispering In The Wind book In the last chapter of the book the authors give In "Whispering In the Wind" John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St. Clair take a historic.

Whispering In The Wind book. In the last chapter of the book the authors give In "Whispering In the Wind" John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St. Clair take a historic journey through the way the original code (called classic code by the authors) was developed and why it was necessary to develop the new Code of NLP.

Carmen Bostic St. Clair. Grinder and Bandler had little conscious appreciation that they were launching a discipline that would extend well beyond the confines of the field in which they had begun their adventure

Carmen Bostic St. Alamo and Bonny Doon, California, December 2001. The Lull Before the Storm. It was yet another crystal clear day - the wind moved over and around us, fresh and cool having last touched land in Siberia. Grinder and Bandler had little conscious appreciation that they were launching a discipline that would extend well beyond the confines of the field in which they had begun their adventure.

John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St Clair have further developed The New Code of NL.

John Grinder and Carmen Bostic St Clair have further developed The New Code of NLP. (Bostic St Clair founded Quantum Leap In. a cultural-change consultancy firm. As of 2014 Grinder and Bostic St Clair continue to present public seminars on NLP internationally

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John Grinder) Neat dedication on the opening page. Good Clean Condition Book. Title : Whispering In The Wind. Product Category : Books. Title: Whispering In The Wind. List Price (MSRP) : 2. 6.

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Whispering in the wind.
As someone interested in NLP function and logic I was most pleased with the structure and content of the material.
Co-authored by Carmen Bostic St. Clair and delivered in a style extremely characteristic of John Grinder.
This work weaves together in story form from Grinders perspective, the history of NLP and its associated techniques and observations.
For me, this approach clarified many points in other books that were presented without boundaries or context. This alone made the book with a five-star rating.
Then the book goes into a in-depth look at logical distinction, type theory etc. in relation to NLP application. while this may be tediously dry reading for some I found it essential for the dynamic type of thinking required in excellent performance.
The book covers coding issues discovered by the authors in years of training and application. Also included is a six step formula applicable for every NLP technique. Again, alone worth a five star rating.
Modeling is also extensively covered with a logic, clarity and depth that I found very satisfying, especially in contrast to Dilts "Modeling with NLP" .....again worth a five star rating.
As a meta-comment on the criticisms offered Dilts by Grinder, I would like to have seen the master of language express an ecological and supportive style in his challenges of Dilts's logic.( This would have been worth another five stars:)
The book also revises and defines much of NLP modeling, application and training with refreshing clarity.
Recommendations are made for quality control and the continuation of NLP for the benefit of future generations.
This is a must-have for any NLP enthusiast.

I have read criticisms of this work by some people considered top NLP trainers and practitioners.
I would ask if they are unwilling to look at the prospect that there are better ways of doing what they are doing or are they holding on needlessly to protect their own ego when presented with better options?

Truth is a nominalization and it is subjective.

Rather than look for one truth, is it better to realize that there is room for everybody's truth, and so much more?!!!!!

and now we notice the light, the seas and the winds of time as they pass into that void we call "human nature."
Blackseeker
I loved this book though I wish it could have been more clear in certain areas. This book does a lot to explain John Grinder's conception of NLP an where he thinks it should go from here as it continues to mature hopefully into a field. You may not agree with everything he says but his work him and Carmen's that is... is very interesting. It's very fascinating to hear where N-Step Reframing or Six Step Reframing as it was traditionally called came from.

You get his take on modeling and what it should be like. He also describes logical levels in this book the only person that I have seen in the field that their conception of logical levels matches the one in this book is Steve Andreas. The type setting of this book makes it difficult to read at times.

And some of the terms that are used by the authors are never well defined. So you either need to contact the author for clarification or review whatever you can get your hands on their work for the last 30 years or so. And no 'Turtles All The Way Down' is not enough.
Goldendragon
Whispering is not necessarily an easy read - but niether was Bateson's brilliantcollection of essays "Steps to an Ecology of Mind." And I do not make this comparison lightly.

If you are seriously interested in understanding the high quality that NLP offers and more importantly, the new code of NLP both then and now, this book is a must read. Afterall - it was written by one of the co-founders and NLP and then the new code. And probably THE best NLP trainer in the world.

As for Michael Hall - well - he has never really "got it", has he?! Probably never will....., afterall. And why would anyone want to invest time and money in his abomination of NLP?

Model at the source, not at the blunt edge....
Whispering In The Wind ebook
Author:
Carmen Bostic St. Clair,John Grinder
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John Grinder & Carmen Bostic; 1st ed. edition (December 31, 2001)
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