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Topic: Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State
Posted by: Keith Fail
Date/Time: 27/11/2002 06:50:36

Michael,

Have you considered using the verbal label that the exemplar (or client) calls the state you are anchoring? Words, if used carefully with appropriate contextual markers, provide an easily remembered access anchor. And it all seems very natural to the person you are working with.

In my experience, it is easiest to get reliable access using words as anchors if you anchor the state as you normally would to stabilize the state (any place you find convenient for the moment), then ask the client what he or she calls this state -- triggering the anchor you just set. After a short Transderivational Search, they will usually give you a key word or two. If you then repeat that word back to them, matching their analog as you say it, the word becomes a redundant anchor for the state. You can write the word down on paper for future reference and include any notes you need to remember the analog that went with it.

Be certain to use your sensory acuity to calibrate their full body when you ask them what they call the state. You need to make sure that they do not change states on you as they do the transderivational search to give the state a label. If they do, just say something like, "no, not that state, what do you call this state? and then fire the physical anchor you set previously.

Also, beware of considering their verbal label as content. If you hallucinate what that label means rather than using it simply as a stimulus to re-access the original state you run the risk of getting seriously lost in your own projections. So keep in mind the distinction between process and content if you adopt this procedure.

Good luck to you, Michael

Keith W Fail
Austin, Texas
keith_fail@hotmail.com


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State26/11/2002 11:32:35Michael
     Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State27/11/2002 06:50:36Keith Fail
          Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State27/11/2002 11:11:25Michael
               Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State27/11/2002 14:30:12Lewis Walker
     Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State27/11/2002 15:45:57John Grinder
          Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State27/11/2002 17:41:09kc
          Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State28/11/2002 04:59:56John
               Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State28/11/2002 19:29:23John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State28/11/2002 20:15:26John
                         ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State01/12/2002 15:09:48candy
                              Re:ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State02/12/2002 01:21:19Whispering net suppost
          Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State03/07/2003 00:20:33Julian
               Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State04/07/2003 18:12:57John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State04/07/2003 19:06:33Spike
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State05/07/2003 18:35:15John Grinder
          Re:Re:Application - Best Ways To Catalogue State30/07/2003 13:17:26James O'Malley

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