Anchoring – a powerful technique taught at neuro linguisitic programming practitioner courses
One of the key techniques taught during neuro linguistic programming practitioner courses, anchoring is a lovely technique that allows you to take control over your state of mind.
A huge percentage of us believe that how we feel is linked to something outside ourselves – how we wake up in the morning, what the weather is like and so on. However, we are of course able to control the way we feel, and anchoring is one of the most effective tools in allowing us to do this.
The way anchoring works is by creating a trigger (this can be auditory, visual or kinaesthetic) which automatically brings about a desired psychological response, in much the same way that hearing a song on the radio can put you straight back into the frame of mind you were in last time you heard it.
Were you aiming to increase your confidence in a certain context, the NLP practitioner course will help you by teaching you how to link a kinaesthetic anchor to a positive, calm and confident state. By doing so, the next time you felt uncomfortable or anxious, all you would need to do would be to fire your anchor and you would instantly feel relaxed and confident. Many people are staggered at how easy this is to apply to both yourself and others once you know what you are doing!
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The anchoring technique is great for interviews, presentations and sports performance. Indeed, many top golfers use this technique to allow them to cope with the pressure of the major tournaments and stop them overthinking. It really can benefit you in every aspect of your life, which means neuro linguistic programming practitioner courses are a wonderful investment in your future success and happiness!
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