In this short video, Michael Beale takes you through an NLP technique that uses submodalities to amplify good feelings, and then anchor them for access at any time in the future.
NLP Technique To Amplify Good Feelings
- Find somewhere you can relax and be comfortable, and where you will not be disturbed.
- Think of a great experience you have had.
- Step into that memory. See the things you saw, hear the things you heard, smell the smells and feel the feelings.
- Intensify those sights, sounds, and feelings. Make them bigger, brighter, stronger, nearer. Experiment with which changes make the memory even better. Find a point where everything is maximised.
- Where in your body do you feel this good sensation? Trace this good sensation as it moves through you.
- Amplify good feelings by making the movement bigger, stronger, and faster until you are bathed all over in this good feeling.
- Find something to anchor this feeling to.
Remember that by firing that anchor, you will be able to feel this good feeling again very easily.
(In NLP, an anchor is a stimulus or trigger paired with a specific response. Anchors may be set deliberately or inadvertently, openly, or covertly. Source Business NLP Training.)
Full NLP Techniques List
Key NLP Techniques Section Index
3: Amplify feelings (This page)
4: Bad memories (Dissolving)
5: Bad memories (Exploding)
6: Beliefs and belief change
7: Perceptual positions
8: Fast phobia cure
9: Hypnosis and meditation
11: Metaprogrammes, Profiles and Preferences
13. Progressive dissociation
14: Self Compassion
15: Senses and Sub-modalities
16. Six step re-framing
20: Time and timeline
21. Visual Squash
22: Values and value rules