Increase Rapport By Anchoring a Memory To Her
One of the earliest techniques used within the “seduction community” was implementing Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to meet women. Many “seduction gurus” have long understood the importance of using basic psychological principles to make women more attracted.
To be honest, NLP is a hard concept for many guys to learn. Often it seems hokey or too mechanical to work in the real world. But there’s one NLP I regularly use that can help you increase your overall success with women. It’s called “Anchoring”.
The idea of anchoring is simple. You take a neutral item that has NO emotional connection to a woman, and you use it to trigger a positive emotion within a woman. Through a shared experience, she’ll always think of YOU when she looks at this object.
With anchoring you basically create a fun memory that floods her with positive emotions. Ultimately this will get her to think about you when you’re not around.
Now this concept may seem a little abstract, so let’s talk about an example of how anchoring can be used in your dating life.
Whenever you meet a woman, it’s likely that some popular music will be playing in the background. To anchor this memory, start singing along with the song…OFF KEY! As long as you’ve already demonstrated high status, she’ll laugh and probably join in.
While I’m normally against doing anything that projects a low status attitude, this technique can be a funny way she can remember you. In fact, it’s so powerful, she’ll think of you WEEKS later when she hears this song. It’s that powerful!
Here’s an example of how it works:
Over a year and a half ago, there was that dreadful song “You’re Beautiful” by James Blunt. One day I was at a bar talking to a girl, when the song came on. I start this whole bit about how I thought James Blunt was gay and they should play this song every time somebody acts a little “fruity”. Finally, I started singing the song in this high falsetto voice.
While this might seem a bit weird, it really connected to this girl. I hung out with her a number of times after that night. And every time I saw her, she would start singing “You’re Beautiful” in a high voice whenever somebody started acting a little gay.
The way I anchored that song created a frame of reference that was really powerful. To this day, I bet she still cracks up every time she hears that song.
The point is simple. When you meet a woman, you want to stand out in a positive and funny manner. And a great way to do this is to anchor some popular song that she’ll often hear when you’re not around.
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