Conversational anchoring is the newest version of how to transfer states from one place to another or how to link high states to old negativities and collapse them. An alternative way to anchor a subject *without* touching them and so improving your rapport! Terry shows how to pick up on the tiniest movements and “play them back” to fire off the subject’s state. Included is a more up to date session with conversational anchoring.
In this NLP Pattern Interrupt video, you will find the following:
Anchoring, break state, collapsing anchors, conversational anchoring, pattern interrupts, re-framing, sensory acuity and strategies.
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