Using NLP Analog Marking

I heard about this technique the other day. It’s an interesting way to do what sounds similar to creating an embedded command. I can’t say whether it would work in writing or not but it seems worth testing.

Of course I’d mark out the intended message the same way you’d do with embedded commands… very discretely.

Rather than try to explain it, I’ll let Steve G Jones who I heard about it from do so:

NLP Analog (Analogue) Marking Explained

3 Responses

  1. Analog marking is simply a specific way to achieve an embedded command. That said, I’m not a big fan of Steve G. His delivery is not very smooth.

    Embedded commands have to often be repeated a few times when you are using them on waking-state subjects. They don’t usually work on the first shot.

  2. Hi Louis,
    Man, long time no visit! I noticed I missed out on all the cool specials… Bummer!

    Actually, you can LEVERAGE analog markings easily in writing as well — and you’ve probably seen it.

    Use ALL CAPS, bold text, underline, highlight and whatever else to mark out the words that need to stand out.

    BY NOW, you should understand how this technique might be very, very useful…

    Keep on rocking in the free world,


  3. Steve,

    There are more cool specials coming up.

    Thanks for the comments. I’m also trying to keep up with your discussions on the Riggio group. Fascinating stuff.


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