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Positive and negative anchors

Anchors, especially naturally occurring ones, carry an emotional charge i.e. our emotional state changes in response anchors.

We class our responses to anchors as either positive or negative and thus we class some anchors as positive anchors and some anchors as negative anchors.

Examples of common negative anchors include:-

Examples of common positive anchors include:-

Negative anchors tend to induce less useful emotional states like anger, frustration, fear, procrastination and apathy.

Positive anchors tend to induce positive and useful emotional states such as happiness, excitement, enthusiasm, focus, the feeling of power and energy and resourcefulness.

Even writing this page had an effect on my emotional state which is why, in this second draft, the negative is followed and thus eclipsed by the positive.

Over the next few pages we're going to learn exactly how we can drain the power from those negative anchors and also how to set powerful positive anchors which will assist us in connecting with useful and resourceful states any time we choose.

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