“A readable, practical, and entertaining book about a challenging, original, and promising new discipline. I recommend it.”—Dan Goleman, Associate Editor of Psychology Today.
“NLP represents a huge quantum jump in our understanding of human behavior and communication. It makes most current therapy and education totally obsolete.”—John O. Stevens, author of Awareness and editor of Gestalt Therapy Verbatim and Gestalt is.
“This book shows you how to do a little magic and change the way you see, hear, feel, and imagine the world you live in. It presents new therapeutic techniques which can teach you some surprising things about yourself.”—Sam Keen, Consulting Editor of Psychology Today and author of Beginnings Without End, To a Dancing God, and Apology for Wonder.
“How tiresome it is going from one limiting belief to another. How joyful to read Bandler and Grinder, who don’t believe anything, yet use everything! NLP wears seven-league-boots, and takes ‘therapy’ or ‘personal growth’ far, far beyond any previous notions.”—Barry Stevens, author of Don’t Push the River, and co-author of Person to Person.
“Fritz Perls regarded John Stevens’ Gestalt Therapy Verbatim as the best representation of his work in print. Grinder and Bandler have good reason to have the same regard for Frogs into Princes. Once again, it’s the closest thing to actually being in the workshop.”— Richard Price, Co-founder and director of Esalen Institute.