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Unlocking the Power of Recall: Saying Your Phone Number Backwards After an NLP Exercise


When we recommend an NLP exercise or do one live, we always end with you saying your phone number backward. Many people want to know why. So we thought we would answer that.


In this blog, we’d like to share an intriguing and powerful aspect of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) exercises – saying your phone number backwards when you finish an NLP session. 💫🔮


You may be wondering, "Why on earth would I do that?" Well, let's dive into the fascinating reasons behind this practice! 🌈🦋


NLP exercises are designed to help us access and reprogram our subconscious minds. By working with our internal representations and emotional states, we can create positive change in various areas of our lives, including personal growth, communication, and goal achievement. 🌺🌻


At the end of an NLP exercise, saying your phone number backwards serves as a unique and unexpected mental task. This activity has a few key benefits:


Pattern Interrupt: It disrupts your focus on the exercise and the emotions you've been working with. This interruption helps prevent you from getting stuck in those emotions or thought patterns, allowing you to return to a neutral state. 💥🌀


Cognitive Shift: By engaging your logical and analytical mind, you create a cognitive shift that reinforces the separation between your conscious and subconscious processes. This mental switch helps to anchor and integrate the changes made during the NLP exercise. 🧠🌟


Memory Recall: This unexpected challenge also serves as a test of your mental agility and memory recall, promoting overall cognitive function and mental flexibility. 🤔💡


So, our amazing friends, the next time you complete an NLP exercise, try this technique! Embrace the power of saying your phone number backwards and experience the magic of pattern interruption, cognitive shifting, and enhanced memory recall. 💗🌍


Sending love and prosperity your way, 💕

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