Just another of those weird connections that occurred to me this morning…
There’s an NLP technique called ‘anchoring’ where you can associate an action (touching thumb to middle finger, holding your wrist, that sort of thing) with a reflex or emotion or response or something. Basically just the Pavlov thing with hungry dogs and ringing bells and whatnot. Often used for anxiety to trigger happy feelings.
I wonder if it’s something one could use to trigger AF.
I have no idea how it would work - have no experience with NLP and still only starting out with AF. But I guess the idea might be that you do your stimulus when (if) AF activates, and then your brain might start to associate the two, and then you can then do the stimulus in order to induce AF.