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As you're starting to create this new trigger/anchor, you can intensify its power and make it even stronger by using a technique called "stacking."

Stacking simply means that you will use multiple arousal stimuli and link (or stack) them onto the same (single) trigger.

Each time you stack an arousal stimulus, i.e. anything that gets you aroused, onto the same trigger, it becomes more powerful, more effective.

For example, let's say that you started off by deciding to use an erotic movie/video to get aroused, in order to install your arousal trigger today.

Well, you can use that same movie/video to install your trigger tomorrow, which is the standard method.

OR... you can use something else, say the picture of your favorite movie star or super model that gets you aroused, to install your anchor tomorrow.

And, the next day, you could use visualize/revisit a memory from your past that always turns you on every time you think about it...whether it was an intimate encounter with an ex-girlfriend, a steamy one-night stand, the thought or sight of something taboo or forbidden. or whatever.

The point is, you can use more than one arousal stimulus to install the same trigger. And you can swap the stimulus around.

However, each arousal stimulus you use must be strong enough to give you a strong powerful erection, because that is what you are installing.

Now, here's what's interesting... you can use multiple arousal stimuli during the same installation session too.

In other words, you can use the movie/video to get aroused and install your anchor today. Then, immediately after you do that, you can use another stimulus (say the picture of your favorite model) to re-install the anchor just minutes later.

You can actually do this as many times, back-to-back, during the same installation session.... as long as you're only installing a strong erection each time. If any of the stimulus doesn't get you completely hard, do not use that to install the trigger.

The bottom line is, you can use anything and everything to install your anchor...just as long as those stimuli get you fully aroused before you install your state.

The more stimuli you can stack on top of the same trigger/anchor, the better.

(But remember... you don’t want to install any negative or sad memories. So, if you’re using a stimulus from your past experiences, say an ex-girlfriend that got you incredibly hard, don’t use it if the breakup with that person was sad, ugly, or otherwise negative.

Keep your triggers as emotionally clean as possible - aside from the obvious “arousal” emotion, of course.)

Collapsing Disruptive or Negative Triggers

Okay...what most of us never realize is that there are existing triggers, that got installed somewhere along the line - without our conscious thought or permission, that can actually get you to lose an erection, or even make you temporarily impotent.

You could have the hottest, sexiest person in front of you - naked. Yet for some reason, you just can't seem to get it up, no matter what you try.

It could be performance anxiety...but it could also be a past negative memory or experience that is causing an existing 'bad' trigger to be fired. (Just like the negative ex-girlfriend breakup scenario mentioned earlier.)

Or...another fairly common experience for men is, when they are performing oral sex on their partner, they tend to lose their erection - either partially or completely.

(Focusing on another person can do that sometimes, especially if you don’t particularly enjoy giving oral but feel obligated to do so. This is also how women feel, by the way, when they feel obligated to perform a particular act for you. Using guilt or force is almost never a good idea.)

The point is, it may become difficult for guys to get the erection back as strongly as before. Thus, the night is ruined for everyone.

So, how do you fix these kinds of problems?

The good news is, they are all fixable. The less-good news is that you will have to figure out what those pre-existing negative triggers are - for you.

They can be different for each person. So, you'll have to start paying attention to what's causing you to lose your erection, and when.

Let's say, for example, that one of your personal instances of erection loss happens when you're giving - performing oral sex on someone else.

To fix that, all you would have to do is to weaken the existing trigger by linking oral sex to something that does turn you on. By doing so, you will either cancel the existing negative trigger...or even dominate that trigger with a more empowering one.

One way to do this would be to simply fire-off/active your (working) arousal trigger the next time you're performing oral on someone else.

It may take a few tries before the negative trigger is collapsed. Each time you do this, the negative trigger will become weaker and weaker till it finally collapses or cancels out.

Another way to do this (in a private setting) would be to imagine/visualize yourself performing oral sex on someone. And, while you're visualizing this, you could stroke your penis to initiate an erection.

Doing the above several times would also link performing oral sex to the pleasure of stroking your penis, and to having an erection. (You could also do the above while you’re actually performing oral sex.)

Once you get the hang of this "installing trigger" business, you can get creative with it and use all kinds of ways to "link" one thing to another.

And, you can start to collapse all of your negative triggers while making your useful triggers even stronger. Because each time that you collapse a negative trigger...each time that you remove an obstacle from it's path, you can't help but make your positive triggers work even more powerfully and effectively.