Spatial Anchoring is a term referring to the way of using physical location as an anchor. For example, an individual might associate a particular state with a particular location. Later, when they want to access that state, they can easily and effectively do so by returning to that location. Spatial anchoring is often used to cleanly separate different states, so that the individual can more effectively deal with each state as a distinct entity. Also called psycho-geography.

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