Saturday, February 25, 2006

Negative Emotion

So many times the simple truth is that a simple anchor of states can assist a person in releasing a negative emotion. So what is an anchor and how can we use it? An anchor is an external stimulant that triggers an internal response like a feeling. Have you ever heard a song that made you feel a certain way? Of course you have and we have other external events that trigger internal responses as well.

So how do we do this? Set the negative anchor first by having the person remember or experience the negative emotion or feeling while pressing on the first nuckle of the left hand.

Next set an opposite emotion on the little nuckle on the same hand. Note you should set the positive emotion or feeling a couple times.

Make sure you break state in between and test the anchors prior to do the mixup.

Then fire both anchors at the same time crosswiring them and have them attempt to recall the emotion that they used to have. 

If you have never set anchors or done anchor work then I suggest you read more about it prior to messing with them. For professionals that have worked with anchoring then this should be enough detail to give you ideas on how to use them more.

Mystically yours,

Doc Magi

Posted by Michael G. Holt at 3:59:34 PM in Neuro Linguistic Programming (10) | Comments (0)


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