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The implication of this is that the cue which serves as a psychological "anchor" is not so much a mechanical stimulus which "causes" a response as it is a reference point that helps to stabilize a particular state.

A touch on the leg may become an anchor for a visual fantasy or even a belief. Rather than being a mindless knee-jerk reflex, an anchor becomes a tool for self empowerment. In the behaviorist's stimulus-response conditioning formula, however, the stimulus is always an environmental cue and the response is always a specific behavioral action.

Anchors serve as reference points which help us to find a particular location on this experiential sea and to hold our attention there and keep it from drifting. A voice tone may become an anchor for a state of excitement or confidence.

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A remembered picture may become an anchor for a particular internal feeling, for instance. It is significant that the metaphor of an "anchor" is used in NLP terminology.

Anchoring can be a very useful tool for helping to establish and reactivate the mental processes associated with creativity, learning, concentration and other important resources. By associating the sound of a bell with the act of giving food to his dogs, Pavlov found he could eventually just ring the bell and the dogs would start salivating, even though no food was given.

Anchoring is a process that on the surface is similar to the "conditioning" technique used by Pavlov to create a link between the hearing of a bell and salivation in dogs.

The anchor of a ship or boat is attached by the members of the ships crew to some stable point in order to hold the ship in a certain area and keep it from floating away.

In NLP this type of associative conditioning has been expanded to include links between other aspects of experience than purely environment cues and behavioral responses.

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To extend the analogy fully, a ship could be considered the focus our consciousness on the ocean of experience. The association is considered reflexive and not a matter of choice. A person may consciously choose to establish and retrigger these associations for himself.