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Mind_lowresSubliminal messages are now increasingly becoming popular and being used as an effective approach to have a transformational impact on the subconscious mind. The benefits include – gaining better control of the subconscious, financial abundance, better relationships, improved health and more.

Our perception of the role of the subconscious in the scheme of things has broadened over the past few decades as it becomes a significant area of research. It’s been believed that outer stimuli are received by our conscious mind, processed and acted upon to produce a result that may or may not be to our liking.

On the other hand, several psycho-analysts and researchers have emphasized that our subconscious mind has a huge impact on our results, without us even realizing.

According to Wikipedia:

“Subliminal stimuli (literally ‘below threshold’), contrary to supraliminal stimuli or ‘above threshold’, are any sensory stimuli below an individual’s threshold for conscious perception.”

Effect on subconscious

While some research has found that subliminal messages do not produce strong or lasting changes in behaviour, a recent review of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies shows that subliminal stimuli activate specific regions of the brain despite participants being unaware.

The concept may be easily understood as simply as the effect watching a movie has on your mind – a comedy makes you feel happy, a romantic movie makes you feel emotional, while a thriller may leave you with clasped hands and stiff muscles… all without these being a ‘reality’ of your life.

When was the last time you just ‘thought’ of a rich, decadent chocolate cake and ‘drooled’?

How subliminal messages work

While the mystery of the subconscious gets unravelled, it’s obvious that external sensory stimuli have the potential of taking a seat in our subconscious mind, temporarily or forever.

When you’re awake and ‘conscious’ of your surroundings, you can perceive the things around you. But that’s only to an extent, as there are lots of continuous occurrences in the background every day that we never even realize or perceive.

The concept of goal-oriented subliminal messaging works in a similar way. With the help of specially created recordings, subliminal messages and suggestions play in the background – these get absorbed in your subconscious even though you may not ‘consciously’ perceive them.

Following regular use of these recordings, your desired goal starts to ‘unconsciously’ play out in your daily life, all without any ‘conscious’ effort.

Types of subliminal messages

  • Subliminal Audio: It is a really easy way of accessing your subconscious mind, as you simply put on your headphones and start listening to ‘specific messaging’ audios for your desired goals, and reap the benefits.  As a result, subliminal audios are becoming hugely popular.
  • Subliminal Video: With the help of installed software on your computer, subliminal messages are flashed rapidly on your screen at virtually undetectable speeds. This helps convey thousands of positive commands (usually called ‘Affirmations’) at speeds that are bypassed by your conscious mind, all while you are busy working on other things on your computer.

Traditionally, subliminal messaging has been used as a tool for better memory, focus, motivation and confidence, but with continued research and development, you can now get albums to help you reach success towards virtually any goal.

The benefits from the use of subliminal messaging technology can be life-changing, if you’re ready and willing to open your subconscious to positive change. For more information on the latest subliminal messaging products and freebies, visit Success Download – your link to prosperity

Remember to act now, as tomorrow may be too late!

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If you ever noticed, we humans are groomed and conditioned to be ‘winners’ and to avoid ‘failures’ right from the moment we start to notice the world around us after birth.success-and-failure-sign

As a child, we are chided by our parents for ‘failing’ to follow their instructions, or ‘failing’ to do well at school or even ‘failing’ to get along with our siblings.

The event of ‘failure’, in any way, is looked down upon at every step in the society we live in and by the world which presumably judges us for our actions.

The fear of failing starts to get so entrenched and well-positioned in our brain, as we grow up, it consequently prevents us from ‘trying’. We become so consumed by this fear that we dread taking initiatives, just in case we might fail to come up to others’ expectations – in professional or personal relationships.

Now, if fortunately by the time we start to understand the gravity of the stranglehold of this fear, we realise we are half way through our journey and ‘failed’ to make a start on our life.

And then begins the blame-game!

It’s important to understand the feeling or fear of ‘failure’ is just another state of mind, and that ‘failure’ is a relative term, generally defined by certain parameters of our society, which again are only relative and not absolute.

Examples from our history, and even the present, suggest and confirm that success and happiness are reaped by people who have conquered the fear of failure.

Milton Erickson, the world renowned psychiatrist and clinical hypnotherapist, was both dyslexic and colour blind, and severely paralysed at the age of 17 due to polio when the doctors gave him just one night to live.

He was not ready to be defeated by any of those challenges and lived up to be 79, even while helping to transform people’s lives using the powers of unconscious mind. He is also noted for his contributions to Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).

NLP considers every event in life, including the so-called ‘failures’, as ‘feedback’ – information we can learn from.

A belief in ‘failure’, according to NLP, constricts lack of choices and leads to getting stuck. On the other hand, a belief in ‘feedback’ leads to opening up of new choices and learnings to achieve the desired results. It can work like magic!

So, give this magical method a go the next time you feel you have ‘failed’ in a goal – collate lessons from that event, ponder the feedback and utilise the new perspective to achieve what you desire.

 

 

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Our perception of the role of the subconscious in the scheme of things has broadened over the past few decades as it became a significant area of research.

It’s been believed that outer stimuli are received by our conscious mind, processed and acted upon to produce a result that may or may not be to our liking.

On the other hand, several psycho-analysts and researchers have emphasised that our subconscious mind has a huge impact on our results, without us even realising.

According to Wikipedia:

Subliminal stimuli (literally ‘below threshold’), contrary to supraliminal stimuli or ‘above threshold’, are any sensory stimuli below an individual’s threshold for conscious perception.

While some research has found that subliminal messages do not produce strong or lasting changes in behaviour, a recent review of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies shows that subliminal stimuli activate specific regions of the brain despite participants being unaware.

The concept may be easily understood as simply as the effect watching a movie has on our minds – a comedy makes us feel happy, a romantic movie makes us feel emotional, while a thriller may leave us with clasped hands and stiff muscles… all without these being a ‘reality’ of our lives.

When was the last time you just ‘thought’ of a rich, decadent chocolate cake and ‘drooled’?

While the mystery of the subconscious gets unravelled, it’s obvious that all visual, audio and other sensory stimuli have the potential of taking a seat in our subconscious mind… temporarily or forever!

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Decisions form the basis of our lives. Life is full of them and evolves as a result of them.Image

Every moment in our life demands a decision – right or left, latte or flat white? red or black? Thai or Mexican? chocolate or nuts? drive or walk? slow or fast? NZ or Aus?

We’ve to take some decisions quickly, while there’s plenty of time to think about others. Some of them have transient impacts while others leave long term effects, which we may regret or feel happy about.

Every time we have to take a decision, we try to take the ‘right’ ones. So, why is it that some of them turn out to be the ‘wrong’ ones? Or is it just our impression of it?

If you feel concerned about any decision, these 3 key steps may help to judge them, without being judgemental about your capabilities:

  1. Think of the state of your mind when you had to take that decision.
  2. Reflect on the circumstances surrounding that decision.
  3. How did you feel after making that decision?

It’s important to remember we will never always be able to take the ‘right’ decisions, because what seems right today may seem wrong tomorrow! It’s also our perspective around our decisions that influences how we feel about them.

In most cases, we can learn from our decisions to help improve our future decisions.

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