Self Help Using Subliminal Messages – MindZoom –


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If you are like me you are always striving to achieve the best things in life. Have you ever wondered "How can I be successful at all the things I do?". Have you ever thought "I would like to achieve my goal, but it’s just too hard!". I’m sure many times you wondered how do successful people get their motivation, confidence, personality and skills to accomplish almost anything they intend to do. Sometimes it seems that our own mind works against us.. and YES you are right! Let me tell you it’s true! Our own brain is limiting us to achieve the full extent of our capabilities!

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Subliminal therapy is not a new thing. It was started back in the early 1900’s. One of the first methods of subliminal suggestion used was called whisper therapy, in which a patient was whispered suggestions in hopes of subconsciously induce him/her for behavior improvement. As technology has increased subliminal messages have been included in many forms of media including images, music and sound.

On an Experiment done by Radboud University’s Department of Social Psychology (Netherlands), subjects where exposed to subliminal messages of a specific brand of beverage (Lipton Ice Tea) for 1/45 of a second during a series of tests on a computer. The statistics showed a dramatic increase of 69% in choosing the subliminally induced brand for the subjects exposed to the messages, over the control group…