Source Book of Magic is a Comprehensive Guide to the Technology of NLP. (1999)
The Sourcebook of Magic offers an encyclopaedic resource of all the central patterns of magic in NLP. Originally entitled How To Do What When, the work presents a basic description of NLP as a Model and then how to use NLP as a system. 77 Patterns are presented under 8 categories: Basic Patterns, Patterns for Incongruity, Patterns for Identity & Self, Patterns for Neuro-Linguistic States, Patterns for Languaging and Re-languaging, patterns for Thinking Styles, Patterns for Meanings, and Patterns for Strategies.
As the field and domain of NLP have grown, so has its technology of change patterns for quality management of mind-emotions, language skills, and behaviours. This book offers a way to sort through the many sub-models and offers a way to think about the entire field as a system. Now available through E.T. Publications from Crown House Publications. (Paperback, 310 Pages)