No Auditory Submodality?

While reading "Unlimited Power" by Anthony Robbins, I tried an experiment which explores the submodalities of a motivating experience. An experience for me where I feel highly motivated, is making a turn while skiing at a high speed; after all, if I don’t make the turn I am bound for trees at 65 mph.

I noticed something very interesting about myself. When I am skiing, I hear nothing. There is absolutely no internal dialogue or monologuy, no auditory representation of others speaking, nothing. Why is that, do you think?

That got me thinking…what are the advantages and disadvantages of focusing primarily on the visual submodality when creating anchors and representing things in my mind (since I am highly visually stimulated)?


No Auditory Submodality?

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