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What Are The Best NLP Books?

From NLP books, you will come to know that NLP or Neuro Linguistic Programming primarily originated in USA in the early part of the 1970s.

NLP is a process in which you learn how to bring about remarkable positive changes in life through systematic thinking and behavioral approaches.

In recent times, NLP has become a widely accepted subject and is being successfully implemented in diverse fields of management, sales, marketing, public relations, education, therapy, the military & police, sports and personal development.

Constantly, books on NLP are gaining positive feedbacks because of their universality and distinct methods of implementation in various spheres of life.

The first book of NLP was the two-volume Structure of Magic I and II. However, the Structure I of this book is primarily a doctrinal thesis on Linguistics.

The productivity and resourcefulness of books on NLP from 1972 to 1974 is immensely impressive and praiseworthy.

In the particular book of The Structure of Magic II and I you learn about the plus Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton. H. Erickson (MD). This book was published in the year 1975.

If you have no formal idea about NLP, then certain introductory books about NLP would help you a lot in understanding the ways and techniques of Neuro Linguistic Programming.

These books would inform you that NLP is all about bringing positive transformation in your thinking, feeling and acting patterns.

However, such a process is fairly apart from the age-old learning process of reading, understanding and memorizing.

In several workshops, books about NLP are wisely used as it makes it easier for an NLP practitioner discuss and interact with those interested to know more about the subject.

Unlimited Power by Anthony Robbins is one of the most popular introductory books on NLP. This book has plenty of Robbins’ hype and hyperbole but at the same time, it is an excellent practical account, which will help you to understand the concept of NLP more vividly.

Frogs into Princess by Richard Bandler and John Grinder is another most notable NLP book, which is entirely therapy oriented and it is in fact one of the first populist books on NLP.

Magic Demystified by Byron A. Lewis and Frank Pucelik is to the point but full of valuable information. This book is quite indispensable for those who are engaged in Practitioner Certification Program.

Other notable NLP books include:

  • “Using Your Brain For a Change” by Richard Bandler

  • “Heart of the Mind” by Steve and Connirae Andreas

  • “An ABC of NLP” by Joseph Sinclair and Stephen Bray

  • “Awaken the Giant Within” by Anthony Robbins

  • “Influencing with Integrity” by Genie Z Laborde

  • “Beyond Spelling” by Dan S Bagley III and Edward Reese

  • “Performance Management” by Michel D McMaster

  • “Visionary Leadership Skills” by Robert Dilts

NLP books are quite easy to follow and they clearly explain the various thinking and behavioral techniques to improve and enrich your existential qualities and help you to proceed towards your desired goal in life.




Posted by Jan Heering
NLP Master Coach, psychological trainer and author
Founder and President of the Morpheus Institute








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