Video: NLP Anchoring : Examples in Action Part 2




NLP Anchoring : Examples in Action Part 2

Examples of NLP anchoring style in action with Comedian Chris Rock and Actor Adam Sandler. To learn more about nlp anchoring, please go here: to discover the real secrets to using nlp anchoring in everyday contexts that most people will never know.

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  1. I am going through the comment section here, and I noticed that most of the comments are in the sense of not accepting this as an elaborated technique, that all this behaviors presented in the videos are only natural unconscious processes.
    Most of you are missing the point. The whole point of NLP is exactly to utilize natural and unconscious behaviours , manerism, body language, gestures etc that happens naturally to any human being in a social context and to understand what those behaviours accomplish in the interaction with others, with oneself and with the environment, and turn those behaviors and manerisms on at the conscious level inside a situation that demands such behaviour in order to achieve a desired result.
    So yeah, off course these are natural.. Weather Cris or Adam are conscious or not of what they are doing, the behaviour itself is still accomplishing the expected result.
    For exemplo, Smilling is a natural thing that people do it everyday in many circunstances… But you can, through the study of NLP understand better what a simple smille can cause in any sort of interaction with others, the world and oneself. Learn it and use it consciously at the right moment..

    NLP accomplishes well to gather every behavioural resources and transform them into tools to accomplish ones desired result..

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  2. I don't believe that Sandler was consciously or unconsciously using NLP technique. At the end of the video when he "set the anchor" to sandman … he was just finishing off the already started story.

    What do you think?

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  3. I found that really helpful. I stumbled upon this coz my associate became a lady-magnet – and he's obese He went from zero to hero. He pretended he failed to realize. Then he told me when he was drunk. Turns out he makes use of the Jake Ayres Master Attraction Formula. Google it and you'll find it… He is on a date today with a stunning girl… Lucky fucker! Where are the most useful movies online?

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  4. you know 90 percent of the crowd cant even see his face at the show…have you ever been to a stand up as big as chris- they would hundreds or maybe even a thousand people crammed in this auditorium that can only hear his voice- ps he mimicking the voice of micheal jackson…no shit its going to be different

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  5. @ioanonissimo you may have in the past wondered why are such beautiful women doing such nasty and kinky things on film with so much enthusiasm, and where can you find them? if you said that to me, i would tell you that you pass by them everyday. the porn industry is based on trauma based mind control (look it up) and it's the bases of MPD (mulitple personality disorder) each personality is "anchored" by a certain word, phrase or action. the male performer is hypnotist or magician!

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  6. @kronker i can see why you might think that, but consider that there is a science behind doing comedy, and the science is not suppose to be visible to the audience. and almost any professional speaker can be compared to a magician because of the magical way they use words and phrases. having been taught the hidden science communication, gives them courage and confidence to stand before thousands and in some cases millions of people

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  7. Hey JohnboyLea, its an everyday process. People get all bent out of shape saying something is or is not NLP… which for the most part is crazy because NLP is not a thing, it doesn't exist. It offers an operator/practitioner some very useful models and ways to code how people organize and use their experiences. I can agree with Darren in that some NLP folks forget that the behahviour people are doing is just that and not necessarily "NLP"…

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  8. Darren Brown, one of the people whose work is analysed as NLP by you on YouTube, says when talking about NLP in his book Tricks of the mind;

    "because it aims to take as its starting point what already works, there is little in its roots that is unique. One of the many irritating habits of NLPers is to claim anything remotely concerned with looking consciously at ones inner processes as NLP."

    Is this an everyday unconscious process or is it NLP?

    I think you can over analyse simple actions.

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  9. What anchoring? What nlp? This is called voice impression and comedians do it to make people laugh. No other purpose. Just to get a laugh out of the audience not something else. And they wait for the audience to give a sign to make it more enjoyable not to anchor anything into them. You're exaggerating the explanatory powers of super-woo-woo nlp.

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  10. Hi ioanonissimo,

    Anchoring in NLP terms refers to the process of how two or more stimulus are linked together in the mind so that the presence of one stimulus causes the other to occur. Depending on your age and location if I say have you ever seen the US TV show "Happy Days" you may think of the Fonz, If I say "Homer Simpson" you may get a picture of a yellow overweight character etc.

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  11. Hi nefasest,

    NLP differs on the stimulus-response part which comes from the behavioral conditioning worldview, which is the idea of ring bell/present food -> dog salivate, ring bell/present food -> dog salivate, eventually ring bell/no food -> dog salivate.

    An anchor can be a 1 time learning experiences and require no conditioning if the learning experience is powerful enough and for one reason or another overwhelms the nervous/sensory experience. Most obvious example of this is a phobia.

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  12. I agree, they didn't "consciously" go out and say "hey I'm going to do this, this and this, and then "set" this anchor.

    Of course not. However the function of an anchor was established. The listeners brains got "wired up" to the idea that when Adam says this a state of humour etc. is evoked…

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  13. great comedians do not expect anything from audiences they are self involve with their own approval at personal level if you expect to get the aproval from anyone in everything u do u going to end up being a mediocre person almost lesser human being

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  14. In the case of seduction, women are emotionally driven moreso than they are visually driven, in other words they are more turned on by how you can make them feel and not necessarily how "hot" you are. In using NLP you can make a girl feel for you in ways she normally wouldn't. You do it by verbal ques and gestures, sometimes touching her physically certain ways as you say certain words. Like comedians, this comes naturally to the seducer. But anyone anyone can learn it. It is called NLP.

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  15. No, the comedian doesn't necessarily know what anchoring is or isn't, but what his goal is, is to make the audience laugh, because that's his job. In order to do that, he has to control how the audience feels, and compel them to feel the way he wants them to feel as he tells a story. To (some) comedians this ability is natural, but to the average person, it is a learned process known as NLP, in other words, there is a technical name for inducing emotions in people that you want them to feel.

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  16. right but the idiot that presents this video is implying that christ is doing it like he is trying to manipulate audiences this shit of anchoring is not bad nor good is the intention behind it that make it nasty l

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  17. all is crap christ does it because he is a funny guy he is not anchoring shit he is just being funny and that implies everything voice gestures the joke itself this anchoring shit would take a lot from the comedian if he does intentionally expecting a laugh from the audience good comedians do not expect anything from audiencies they just fell funny

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  18. I thought adams joke (if you can call it that) was not funny at all. why was i unaffected by this anchor?
    If i said ten funny things in a row using a anchor then i said i like to rape people would people still laugh?

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  19. Hi Kronker, thanks for the feedback. Of course this is comedy. Chris Rock is great. And it is also an example of anchoring, I imagine for Adam it was not an intentional one. As for Chris, knowing how to anchor, (to attach states of laugher) to specific phrases or expressions is what any good comedian does. Of course they probably don't call it that. But for those who think anchoring is some difficult thing, this is just showing how it going on all around you – regardless of whether one is aware.

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  20. Hi Korvlada, this is all unconscious, or should I say "setting the anchor" by Adam would most likely have been totaly unintentional, yet he knew (presumedly) knew it would get a laugh. And of course it is an anchor in that an anchor is nothing more than the process of learning and is how the stuff get's associated and states can get assoicated. If Adam played on the "Sandman" phrase later on he would get a laugh again from the audience.

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