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Collapsed Anchoring

Collapsed Anchoring

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Use anchoring to neutralise bad feelings attached to difficult situations. Very effective!!!!
Use anchoring to neutralise bad feelings attached to difficult situations. Very effective!!!!

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Creating Choice Life Coaching Collapsed Anchoring

Get client to think of a time when they were happy and elicit all the submodalities from the image by talking about what is there with the client. If the client is disassociated get them to associate themselves into the image, tweak submodalities to make the image as compelling as they like. Anchor feeling by pressing the left hand shoulder of the client. Repeat this process x 2 and break. Get client to think of a situation where they hold negative feeling, resentment, frustration, annoyance or hurt, bitterness, shame, fear, elicit submodalities by discussion of details in the image, if disassociated, associate client into the image, notice submodalities. Anchor feeling by pressing the right hand shoulder of the client. Repeat this process x 2 and break. Press the right hand shoulder of client and take your hand and begin to press the left hand shoulder of client. Press both shoulders firmly and slowly. Take hand away from the clients right hand shoulder whilst leaving your hand squeezing the left hand shoulder of the client. If this was successful it will have erased the feeling attached to the negative situation. Check ecology in all cases. If client has attachment to certain submodalities you may not be successful.

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Richard Holmes FDA Accredited NLP Coach

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