NLP Anchoring

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How To Change Your Emotional State with Anchoring.
Anchoring already happens for you when you hear a song, smell a distinct scent, see a familiar picture or feel a specific texture.
Anchoring occurs when a specific trigger links itself to a specific behaviour, emotional or physiological state.
Most people don’t realise that often they are reacting to an anchor and subsequently the past I/R connected to it instead of experiencing a familiar trigger and processing it as a new event.



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NLP Anchoring

  1. 1. NLP Neuro Linguistic Programing How To Change Your Emotional State with Anchoring
  2. 2. • NLP Technique • Anchoring Today Defining Communication 2
  3. 3. • Anchoring occurs when a specific trigger links itself to a specific behaviour, emotional or physiological state. • The next time the trigger is experienced, we immediately experience that behaviour, emotional or physiological state 3 Defining Communication
  4. 4. Anchors are often created unconsciously. Defining Communication 4
  5. 5. You instantly recall a time in your past Linked that trigger to that event 5 Defining Communication
  6. 6. Can be positive or negative Defining Communication 6
  7. 7. Knowing about anchors allows us to use them as a positive tool. 7 Defining Communication
  8. 8. Famous Anchor Defining Communication 8
  9. 9. • KINESTHETIC • holding a fist in a unique way that instantly creates a state of supreme confidence • AUDITORY • the sound of coins rattling stimulating a vivid recall from • VISUAL • seeing a certain colleague and immediately feeling happy or angry • OLFACTORY • smelling apple pie and suddenly being transported back to childhood • GUSTATORY • associating a certain food with comfort Types of Anchors Defining Communication 9
  10. 10. • Access resourceful states in ANY situation • Be in control of one’s emotional state at all times • Design unique, specific triggers to tap into personal power at any time • Choose from a range of emotional responses, rather than reacting automatically Applications Of Anchoring Defining Communication 10
  11. 11. • Condition responses in a different way than previously • Change any negative association to a positive one, or vice versa • Move from procrastination to motivation • Eliminate existing negative anchors within a relationship • Create positive associations in others with a particular product or service while selling it Advanced Applications Of Anchoring 11 Defining Communication
  12. 12. • Intensity heightened and associated state • Timing apply in peak state & release before it decreases • Uniqueness type of the stimulus • Replicable ability to fire in the exact same way as set. • Number of times determines how deeply the neurological link is I-T-U-R-N Keys To Creating A Powerful Anchor Defining Communication 12
  13. 13. 1. Intense Naturally Occurring States 2. Remember Past Powerful States 3. Imagined States Keys To Creating A Powerful Anchor Defining Communication 13
  14. 14. 1. Associate Into An Intense Desired State 2. Apply A Specific Stimulus At The Peak Of That State 3. Calibrate And Link New Response To Future Anchoring Process Defining Communication 14
  15. 15. Review Defining Communication 15
  16. 16. Break – 15 min Defining Communication 16
  17. 17. 1. Associate Into An Intense Desired State 2. Apply Stimulus 3. Calibrate And Link New Response To Future Demonstration Defining Communication 17
  18. 18. • • • • • Work in pairs. Assess which knuckle to use. Anchor Extremely Confident Repeat 4 more times Swap and repeat Activity Defining Communication 18
  19. 19. Feedback Defining Communication 19
  20. 20. Review Defining Communication 20
  21. 21. Any Questions Defining Communication 21

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