Have you ever noticed that, on many occasions, once you’ve made a woman like you and created a “momentum of laughter”, she’ll keep on laughing again and again? And the more she does it, the better you feel, and the funnier you become.
Similar things frequently happen in groups. When friends are joking around with one another, things that are remotely funny suddenly appear hilarious as hell.
People attempted to explain those phenomena with many different theories. Sigmund Freud wrote, “The most favorable condition for comic pleasure is a generally happy disposition in which one is in the mood for laughter” whereas some talk about the release of “laughing gas” (Nitrous Oxide) from the body or interference of brainwaves…
Whatever the truth is, if a woman is in the mood for laughter, don’t let the chance slip away. Keep the momentum going and escalate the level of intimacy between you through touching (as we talked about earlier).
Better still. Anchor her to this laughing mood and anchor yourself to this particular woman or scenario if you want to.
Anchoring is an application of Pavlov’s Reflex, a conditioned reflex first explored by Russian scientist Pavlov. The core of his experiment was as follows:
Pavlov rang a bell, gave a dog some food, which made the dog start salivating. After a few times of repeating the process of ringing a bell, offering food and getting the dog to salivate, he eliminated the offering of food from the process. He rang the bell without giving the food.
The dog started salivating nonetheless.
The explanation was that by always ringing a bell while offering food, a conditioned reflex was created, causing salivation simply by ringing the bell later on.
The same conditioned reflex can be created in a woman, and that is the basis of anchoring. You can anchor her while she’s laughing next time by, say, gently touching on her elbow, so that next time you repeat this action she’ll feel like laughing.
Sounds fun, doesn’t it?