Why do people have so much difficulty achieving their goals, making big changes, and becoming the people they want to be? If we can imagine it, why can't we achieve it? Transformational NLP: A New Psychology offers a new understanding of how the brain really works and how we can use this knowledge for personal change and growth. Transformational NLP incorporates material drawn from, or inspired by, the holographic model of the universe as explained by physicist David Bohm, the basicpremises and implications of twentieth and twenty-first century quantum mechanics, Bert Hellinger's trans-generational, systemic constellation work, and the metaphysics of the perennial philosophy such as described by Aldous Huxley. It offers breakthrough insights and unique methods - neuro-linguistic and otherwise - that Buchheit has developed over the course of more than three decades, working with thousands of clients. This book will be of great interest to all students of NLP as well as topsychologists, social workers, mental health workers, teachers, historians, and philosophers. It will especially appeal to many people who are interested in personal transformation and gaining entirely new perspectives about understanding and changing our human experience.
About the Author:
Carl Buchheit has a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology from the International University of Professional Studies. Carl began studying Neuro-Linguistic Programming in 1979. His career in NLP began at the NLP Center for Advanced Studies, founded by Leslie Cameron-Bandler, where from 1985 to 1989 he was an NLP trainer and from 1986 to 1989 also the Center's owner. From 1993 to the present Carl has been the owner and Director of Training at NLP Marin in San Rafael, California. Carl travels globally, lecturingabout and teaching the innovative methodology that he calls Transformational NLP, but his main focus continues to be on working with students and clients directly. Currently he teaches thirty-five three-day training weekends per year, and on weekdays he works with fifteen to twenty individuals or couples per week in his private practice. It is possible that Carl has taught more classes and worked with more personal clients than any NLP trainer/practitioner in the world.
Ellie Schamber has a Ph.D. in European Intellectual and Cultural History from the University of California at Berkeley. She revised her Ph.D. dissertation into a book that was published by the University Press in 1984. She later taught at the University of Arizona, Mississippi State University, and Southeastern Louisiana University. She became a student of Carl Buchheit's at NLP Marin in 2000, and has continued to study and practice Transformative NLP since then. She currently resides and works in Mill Valley, California. She regularly lectures to the public about spiritual topics.