• Anchors and Anchoring

    An anchor is an association, naturally or artificially created, between one or more stimulus and a reaction: a memory, a state or a pattern of behavior.

    Anchors and anchoring are natural processes of life of learned responses to external or internal events.

  • When you hear a specific song, you tend to become emotional. When you see the red light, you stop your car. When you smell the coffee or a delicious croissant in the morning, you begin to salivate. All of these and much more are examples of anchors.

  • Neuro Linguistic Processing allows you to build new powerful anchors, to link resourceful states to a specific trigger.

    NLP techniques help to collapse unresourceful states, to master behaviors, and realities.