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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 5:41 am 
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So, as there are TONS of people asking this very question in various threads (sometimes twice in the same thread....) I thought it might be a good thing to try and compile into one place. It's easy to become introduced to NLP concepts and basics online for free, however for more advanced NLP information, you will most likely have to make a few purchases.

_Chief_ and Rye Lee, feel free to edit my post to include or exclude anything you feel like.

For everyone else, if you have something you want added, post a reply, and I'll edit my post accordingly.

So, without further adu:

LINK: My Personal Favorite: NLP Weekly. Information for all Levels. http://www.nlpweekly.com/


Free, Online NLP Information:


LINK: Wikipedia on NLP http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_la ... processing

LINK: Basic NLP Concepts at http://www.nlpls.com/articles/NLPbasics.php

LINK: NLP Basics at http://www.nlptc.com/NLPBasics/tabid/55/Default.aspx

LINK: How to Learn NLP at http://www.nlp-now.co.uk/learn-nlp.htm

LINK: In Depth NLP Introduction and Basics at http://www.changingstates.co.uk/nlp_basics.html

LINK: Learn NLP Online at http://www.xanatos.com/fsc/learn.html


NLP FAQ's

LINK: FAQ's at http://www.nlpls.com/articles/NLPbasics.php

LINK: FAQ's at http://www.nlp-now.co.uk/faq.htm



Non-Free Material

LINK: Neuro-Linguistic Programming: The Subjective Experience. Volume I. http://www.amazon.com/Neuro-Linguistic- ... 0916990079
--This is my personal Favorite Book. Graduate Level Read. Goes in depth on history, application, use, theories, and pretty much anything and everything NLP related, including EMS machines and NLP.

LINK: Introducing Neuro-Linguistic Programming. http://www.amazon.com/Introducing-Neuro ... 1855383446
--Considered by many to be the quintessential book on NLP for beginners and it's the one I (Rye Lee) recommend to anyone interested in learning it.

Videos

Yeah... I don't really have anything to put here except that Derren Brown always provides something fun to watch :roll: :wink: :roll:
LINK: Derren Brown on YouTube http://youtube.com/results?search_query ... arch_type=

EDIT: The links wouldn't appear with the website's new link script thing. -Chief

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I personally recommend Introducing NLP by Joseph O'Connor and John Seymour.

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What I've investigated:

Sleight of Mouth
The Adventures of Anybody

My favorite is "Users Manual for the Brain" sorta texty (afterall its a book) but it's written by an NLP founder, Bandler.


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Weeeeelllll.... apparently I can't edit my post. (Maximum edit time is 3000 minutes?)


So, for more Seduction related NLP:

LINK: Building Rapport
--Bit of information on rapport and how to create it

LINK: Speed Seduction
--Dono how I left this out on the OP... This is Ross Jefferies Stuff.

LINK: NLP Mind
--A lot of the info here is promoting their "seminars" however amidst all the propaganda is some useful information, especially in the "articles" section.[/url]

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reverse wrote:

Free, Online NLP Information:


LINK: Wikipedia on NLP



correction:

NLP in our PU context refers to Neuro-linguistic programming and not Natural language processing(another NLP)

so this should be the correct wikipedia link


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What about Milton H. Erikson? I heard that he has written many books himself and is known to have invented conversational hypnosis.

A penny for your thoughts everyone? :?:


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myanyx wrote:

correction:

NLP in our PU context refers to Neuro-linguistic programming and not Natural language processing(another NLP)

so this should be the correct wikipedia link



Oops :oops: :oops: I shoulda caught that one. Thanks for the correction, and hopefully everyone else realized the mistake I made.

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I've personally read a third of NLP:The New Technology of Achievement.
It isn't half bad, however it's more on the self not on other people.
I didn't think of reccommending this to anyone till I heard Ross say "You have to work on yourself, before you can work on other people".
Now I highly reccommend this, also what I found out is that when it comes to NLP you don't notice it working, it works on the unconscious mind, you might not feel any difference immediately but then the next day boom. So give some of the stuff time, others you might be able to do immediately.
Also with all the werid, supplicating, weak rAFCs (no offense, we were all there), I suggest that you guys start working on the self before you attempt to work on other people. Don't forget though that most of the NLP patterns and routines won't work until you're in comfort or Rapport with them. Sure Ross and Major Mark could pick up girls in seconds but we're not master practioners of SS and NLP here, we don't teach this stuff for a living, so seriously you shouldn't look into this until you can successfully get a woman into Rapport with you.

Remember nothing is a quick fix, not even NLP

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does this nlp really help ur game out. and how?


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NLP wasn't made to help your game out, it wasn't made for seduction.
What it was made for was improving your communication skills, and programming people and yourself (kinda like hypnosis).
It's great for comfort and yes it does help your game out if you study enough of it, but remember NLP is a lot to take in it's commitment, not just any nancy can read some stuff for a week and get it.

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Can't see the links. Can someone PM them to me if you still have them?


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ascendancy wrote:
What about Milton H. Erikson? I heard that he has written many books himself and is known to have invented conversational hypnosis.

A penny for your thoughts everyone? :?:


Look up the book called "The February Man"
It's worth reading, if you're interested in hypnosis, language and understanding these subjects, and you'll see why he is considered the creator of conventional hypnosis. He demonstrates a great control over the language, and manipulates the subjects so easily it's pure joy to read.

For more of Ericksonian work, look for Ernest L. Rossi, who's authored and co-authored a lot of books with Milton.

but seriously; I consider "The February Man" a brilliant example of creative hypnosis, and hugely inspirational, since you're curious and enjoy these things. ;)
Invest some time into it, it's worth it.


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Basically anything by Richard Bandler is a fantastic source for information about NLP.

I would start with "Frogs into Princes" to learn more about it.

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I can't see the links either.


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Yeah no links I can see
Or should I say no links are there... that way I reach the people that use their hearing and feeling as well


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