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Anchoring the moment

Anchors, useful things when used the right way and that goes for all types of anchor.

Types?

The one above we obviously know and know what it's use is, to hold steady a ship, the "anchoring" of the ship to one place.

Seems appropriate that when you consider the other types of anchoring and their meaning...

Most of will even if unknowingly have used the mental anchoring as used in NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) which is a powerful thing, you may have seen Derren Brown using it.

One way you will have experienced this anchoring is through memories.

When you suddenly smell something that reminds you of your childhood, in a sense that's anchored in the moment of the childhood, unknowingly too, the smell takes you back, the smell IS the anchor.

It's something I have been conscience of trying to improve over the last few months.

You can try anchoring but one thing I have to say, this NLP stuff is powerful and DOES get used for bad as well as good even if the person doing bad doesn't realise it.

How can you try it then?

Some good information on the link above and worth reading, one simple way to try this is to see it work on another person, maybe your better half or one of your friends.

A common way to try this I read about is when you talk to someone else and get them talking about something that makes them happy, when they are visibly happy do something they see, for instance rub your chin, pinch your earlobe.

This will be the anchor and if it worked that person should feel happy if they see you pinch your earlobe, rub chin whatever the anchor was.

They may not know why they feel that way and have no idea you know why. :o)

Like I say, it should be used for good.

Doing it for yourself may be a little different but can be great if you get it right.

Funny enough, what I did was think of a time when I was really upbeat, feeling good and then put my hands on my forehead and rub both hands back along my hair... you know it makes me smile each time I do it.

Have you tried anchoring?

Did it work for you, or do you have any tips to share?

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