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Book by Andreas Steve


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  • Broché: 128 pages
  • Editeur : W. W. Norton & Co. (20 juillet 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 039370789X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0393707892
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Par Divine VOIX VINE le 18 septembre 2014
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Comment transformer ses pensées ? Steve Andreas nous rassure en nous disant que nous entendons tous notre voix interne et qu'elle peut nous servir dans bien des cas.
Ensuite, il donne plusieurs pistes issues de la PNL (changer la voix de place, de tonalité...).
Le livre est bien pensé et bien structuré. J'ai adoré.
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A positive step towards managing negative talk 11 septembre 2013
Par Deb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Ever notice what happens when you try to fight your negative thoughts head-on?

Chances are you find yourself in quite the power struggle where the negative thoughts get even louder and louder. In this book, Steve Andreas offers an alternative approach for turning down the internal negative chatter:

"The overall goal of this book is to teach you how to transform a troublesome voice into something much more useful and supportive, but not to eliminate it...First you will learn how to identify the inner voices that have been causing you trouble, and how to listen to them carefully. Then you will learn a variety of ways to rapidly change both the words, and how you say the words, to make your life work better. You will also learn to recognize what kinds of changes will actually improve your life, and what kinds of changes might appear to be useful but would actually cause you more trouble in the long run...They are elegant and graceful ways to change your experience that you can do consciously, despite the fact that they work in a way that is largely unconscious." (pp. 23-24, 9, 56)

Each of the eleven chapters offers specific techniques for transforming negative self-talk:

1. Changing location
Imagine moving the critical voice to different locations in your body (stomach, kneecap, heart, etc.) and locations outside your body (2 feet in front of you, 30 feet in front of you, on your right side, above you, etc.); experiment with changing the volume of the voice as well.

2. Changing tempo and tonality
Experience the effects of adjusting the tempo of a thought: typically a faster tempo is associated with urgency and a slower tempo with relaxation; also notice how changes in tonality of the thought (i.e., pitch, melody, timbre, hesitations, accent, etc.) impact the effect the thought has on you.

3. Adding music or a song
Pair your thoughts with different types of instrumental music or songs to elicit different feeling states.

4. Talking to yourself positively
Create sentences that shift your attention from complaints and problems to what you can enjoy in the present moment; for example, ask yourself "What else can I enjoy right now?"

5. Adding a voice
Replace troublesome, critical voices with resourceful and supportive ones; to avoid creating conflict with the two voices, try linking together the apparent opposites: "Even though I have failed repeatedly, I can learn to succeed."

6. Auditory perspective
Broaden your perspective by moving from "tunnel hearing" to the "big sound."

7. Starting your day
Change the way you talk to yourself first thing in the morning by focusing on desired outcomes and adjusting self-talk.

8. Generalizations, evaluations, presuppositions, and deletions
Detect common negative patterns of thinking and replace them with more balanced and less troublesome thoughts.

9. Negative messages and positive outcomes
Shift your thinking by attending more to positive desired outcomes than to negative undesirable problems.

10. Asking questions
Create core questions that help you direct your skills, attitudes, and abilities in enabling and powerful ways; for example, when in a difficult situation, ask yourself "How can I make the most of this situation?" or "How could I make this better?" or "What's most important?"

11. Transforming a message
Experiment with literally, phonetically (and playfully) transforming negative thoughts:
"I'm no good." → "I am. Know good."
"I am not worthy." → "I am noteworthy."
"It's just so awful." → "It is...Just so...Awe full."

So, stop fighting and start transforming...and take a positive step towards managing negative talk.
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VERY GOOD STUFF 30 août 2012
Par Mauricio de Souza Lima - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Like all Steve Andreas' books, "Transforming Negative Self-talk" is very useful. In a simple, elegant way, it goes deeply to the core of the process, making it clear and resourceful, even to NLP experts. The way Andreas leads the reader to feel what he is telling as a proof of what he is telling is quite a magic thing that turns the reading into a living experience. you don't have to be an expert to get the better of it.
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How to Get Rid of Disturbing Ruminations 8 novembre 2012
Par Rebecca of Amazon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Steve Andreas has written an especially helpful book on how to decrease and possibly eliminate the negative and disturbing self-talk that causes depression and panic. People sometimes resort to drinking or engaging in reckless behavior to avoid these negative voices but there is a better way. This book contains great advice on how to change your thinking and mood. Like in one section the author talks about finding the right music to lift your mood. I have personally found this to be very effective in my own life. Steve Andreas also explains how you have to talk back to your negative voices. If you are tired of having bad days filled with negativity or you want your entire life to improve greatly then I can highly recommend this book. To a better life...

~The Rebecca Review

I received a free copy for review.
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Down to Earth, Practical, Effective Self Help 4 mars 2013
Par Wesley Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book has some of the most effective ways to transform self talk that I have ever encountered. I am a hypnotherapist, and not so many self help techniques work for me, but some of these do. I've been using the techniques with my clients successfully, as well. Steve Andreas has developed and presented exercises that are remarkably sophisticated and powerful in ways that are easy to understand and apply. He offers ways to use humor to ease and eliminate negative self esteem and habits that bypass resistance completely.

NLP savvy readers will recognize many of the principles in play in both the exercises themselves, and in how the examples are presented. So, this book will be useful to professionals as well as the general public.
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This book really helped 22 décembre 2012
Par Nancy Lebovitz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book helped a lot with shutting down internal attacks which have been plaguing me for years-- it's worked much more than a lot of things I've tried. Andreas says that his methods don't work for everyone, but this book is at least worth looking at if you have a problem with negative voices.

The general approach is to observe and vary various aspects of your internal voice-- the location, volume, speed, pitch, etc, plus a chapter about playing with the punctuation, alternate meanings of words and such of a habitual negative message until it either becomes positive or turns into nonsense.

I worked through most of the exercises in the book, and felt somewhat worse and figured that it was just another thing that didn't work-- but within a day or two, I found that the internal attacks were not affecting me as much-- the voice was still there, but at a lower emotional intensity. Now (a few weeks later), the voice isn't nearly as frequent either.
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