In his recent work, Robert Dilts has emphasized the notion of the “field mind,” which he regards as an essential component of Third Generation NLP. In his previous efforts to model the Strategies of Genius Robert discovered that figures such as Wolfgang Mozart, Leonardo Da Vinci, Walt Disney and Albert Einstein were able to tap into a source of creative ideas that was much bigger than their own individual fields of awareness.
The ancient techniques of Shamanism provide a "tried and true" method for accessing the "field mind," and Michael's booklet describes how and why Shamanism works.
Michael R. Dilts holds degrees in Linguistics from the University of California at Berkeley and Harvard University. He was employed in the computer industry, working for Texas Instruments, Wang Laboratories and Apple, Inc. and has been awarded seven patents for software design as well as publishing over a dozen articles in journals and in the proceedings of technical conferences. At the same time, Michael was conducting a personal investigation of comparative religion and Shamanism, completing training courses with the late Michael Harner and with other instructors. Michael is currently a Member of Michael Harner’s Foundation for Shamanic Studies. He has also experienced initiation into several branches of the Western Mystery Tradition.