So there was this Russian guy who went by the name of Ivan Pavlov. Once while studying the digestion of dogs he made an unexpected discovery. You see, whenever it was meal time for the dogs he would ring a bell. Consequently, the dogs would salivate (Awesome, right? Dude sounds like a genius.) The interesting part was that eventually, even when the dogs were no longer presented with food, they still salivated at the sound of the bell. This goes under a collection of different terms: Conditioned Reflex, Behavioral Modification, Classical Conditioning, Etc. We are simply going to call it anchoring.
Cool story Bro, now how does it apply to pickup? Well, similar to dogs, people can be classically conditioned to evoke specific responses from a particular stimulus; a modified reflex that affects behavior. You can, in effect, bundle her positively charged emotional state into an Anchor set subconsciously within her mind.
Let me say that in PU terms. You no longer have to spend as much time building comfort and rapport every time you meet back up. You can literally poke her to make her feel how she felt when you two were last cuddling. Enough hype, here’s how you do it.
1. Charge her state. The more intense her feelings, the stronger/more effective your anchor will be. You want her feeling as great as possible.
2. Introduce the stimulus. It doesn’t have to be Kino, but this is why kino works. Also, the more abstract your stimulus is, the better the anchor. Touch her hip. Play with her hair. Poke her. Practically anything will do as long as you…
3. Repeat the (SAME) Stimulus. This is the last nail in the coffin. Unless you repeat the stimulus it’s unreasonable to expect your desired response. It can’t just be kino. It has to be identical kino.
4. Enjoy. And exercise proper care. Don’t be a douche bag about it. Some really f*cked up PUA’s have gone Darth Vader with this sh*t. There’s nothing wrong with it because people do it unknowingly all the time (friends hug after long periods of not seeing each other.) Love and respect women. Do it right.