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Gratitude Priming

Gratitude is transformative, turning ordinary moments into blessings. It anchors us in the present, magnifies positivity, and fosters deep connections. Embracing gratitude daily illuminates life's beauty, enriching our journeys with purpose and joy. Learn more by watching our priming guide.


Affirmation Priming Exercise

Welcome to a guided visualization designed to infuse your body and mind with empowering energy and cleanse any negativity. As you follow along, imagine breathing in a powerful, life-giving force that builds and strengthens you. Visualize this energy as the comforting warmth of morning sunlight. Let this energy envelop you, freeing you from any limiting beliefs or doubts. As you exhale, picture releasing any negativity, feeling lighter with every breath. This experience aims to invigorate, purify, and restore balance. Let's begin.


Priming Guide

In the realm of psychology, "priming" refers to the phenomenon where exposure to one stimulus influences the response to a subsequent stimulus, without conscious guidance or intention. For example, if someone is shown the word "yellow," they are quicker to recognize the word "banana" afterward. This is because the word "yellow" has primed the person to think of things associated with that color.

In the context of NLP, priming is about setting up a person's mental state or internal representation in a specific way to facilitate desired outcomes. NLP practitioners believe that our language patterns, both internal (our thoughts) and external (our spoken words), can shape our experiences and behaviors. By carefully choosing words, metaphors, or even physical actions, an NLP practitioner can "prime" an individual's brain to be more receptive to a particular idea or behavior. This is done under the belief that our neural pathways can be "programmed" through language and symbolic actions.

For instance, before introducing a new concept in a training session, I might share a story or analogy that aligns with the upcoming content. This primes participants to be more receptive or to view the information in a specific context. The process leverages our brain's tendency to seek out patterns and associations.

In organizational settings, understanding the power of priming can be invaluable. It can be used to foster more effective communication, aid in training and development, and even influence organizational culture and leadership dynamics.

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