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Subliminal Hypnosis Power

Updated on August 21, 2010

Power Of Subliminal Hypnosis

Subliminal Hypnosis

What is subliminal hypnosis actually? People always seem to throw those two words around a lot and yet they’re not really doing a good enough job of breaking that concept down into words a regular person can understand.

It’s such a shame, too, considering how much everyone can benefit from subliminal hypnosis! If you wish to learn more about this interesting field, read on!

What Is Subliminal Hypnosis?

For starters, subliminal means hidden or concealed. It’s being “under the radar” so to speak. Hypnosis, on the other hand, is defined as an artificially induced alternate consciousness. In layman’s terms, you’re still you except on a different level of consciousness - one which you might not even remember experiencing.

Subliminal Hypnosis For You

Subliminal hypnosis is not just a bunch of mumbo-jumbo invented by psychiatrists or magicians. While the whole concept might still make a regular person uncomfortable, it has been known to help cure diseases, get rid of phobias and generally improve a person’s disposition.

Case in point: Did you know that some patients of ADHD have been able to control their symptoms, and that many people have been able to overcome insomnia, through the use of subliminal hypnosis therapy?

Of course, these kinds of treatments aren’t usually the first things people think of; but when they eventually go down that road, they’re more than pleased to realize just how effective it is!

Subliminal Hypnosis For Everyday Use

Of course, subliminal hypnosis also has other benefits. One of its most powerful uses is in the field of conversational hypnosis.

If you know what kind of conversational hypnosis techniques to use, you’ll be able to covertly change the way an individual thinks. You’ll have a strong influence on everybody you meet.

For example, if you’re set to give a project presentation at the boardroom, you can get people to vote for your idea simply by giving an air of openness when you present. Use hand gestures that are non-threatening. Palms should always be faced up, avoid crossing your arms and don’t be afraid to be animated.

When the situation calls for it, address people by their names. You might be surprised at how wonderful this technique is especially at the supermarket!

However, you can also use subliminal messages in the privacy of your own home. Powerful subliminal recordings (the ones you create yourself) can help you reinforce super confidence in yourself, among other things!

Why Should You Create Your Own Subliminal Messages?

Now there are many ways you can undergo subliminal hypnosis. By far, the easiest would be to buy a subliminal CD which will put you into a hypnotic state. Just pop it into your player and let the CD do all the work. But then again, can you trust a mass-produced subliminal CD to work for you?

Everybody is different. Your needs aren’t the same as everybody else’s. And how your mind perceives a message won’t likely be the same either. If you’re really serious about making subliminal hypnosis work for you, then perhaps you could try creating subliminal messages on your own.

How Do You Go About Creating Your Own Subliminal Messages?

Creating your own subliminal CD or tape isn’t very difficult at all. It will take a little work on your part since you’ll be coming up with the material yourself, but that is also what’s interesting about it!

Everything will be custom-tailored to your exact preferences. All you need is a working computer with a sound card, a microphone, your script, a little bit of background music and a CD burner.

Subliminal hypnosis has quite a broad spectrum. It touches on almost all facets of your life; and if you understand the basics and know how to use it for your greater good, then you don’t have anything else to worry about. The world is in your hands.


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      6 years ago

      I am a full time professional subliminal audio scripter and engineering specialist. I have many years of experience doing this for a living.

      The term "subliminal hypnosis" is misleading, because it is being misused here. Conversational hypnosis isn't subliminal. It's indirect, but not subliminal. You still sense the information. The information is not sub-limen (below the threshhold of conscious detection).

      Second point is, encouraging people to make their own subliminals is not just folly, it's downright irresponsible. To make a subliminal audio that is safe and effective, you have to know and intimately understand a lot of things that extremely few people actually know and understand. The first one being, hypnotic scripting techniques become downright dangerous when used to create subliminal scripts! There are some serious, major and important differences between what can be used for a hypnosis script and what can be used for a subliminal script, and if you do not know what they are and understand why they're there, you should not even contemplate trying to script a subliminal.

      You should also be familiar with hypnosis, how it works, why it works, how to do it. You should have a strong, solid understanding of the conscious versus the subconscious minds, and how they function, process information and reason differently. And, you should be very skilled at language, too, because of some of the subtle particulars of how the subconscious mind works.

      Just throwing together a bunch of statements and making them subliminal isn't hard to do these days, but it's definitely not safe to do either. I have witnessed some spectacular destruction resulting from people doing that, including some stupidity I was guilty of myself when I first started. It cost me my fiance, and almost got me disowned.

      Most people aren't going to be able to see what is being caused by their scripting errors, or be able to fix them. Leave this job to the professionals.

      Now, to counter the inevitable counter-argument about me just saying this because I make a living doing it... believe me, with as much competition as there is out there, it really doesn't make a difference one way or the other to me, because it doesn't affect me either way. My paycheck stays the same whether you take my advice or not, because you don't know which company I create subliminals for, and you're not going to magically go there and buy my creations (or not) because I posted this. So what do I gain or lose from giving you this advice?

      Furthermore, sadly, about 85% of the subliminal producers out there claiming to be "professional" and to know what they're doing rely on advertising BS to sell, not effective products or actually knowing what they're doing. There are a lot of people out there whose ego tells them they know what they're doing, when they don't, and then they use marketing sleight of hand to get people to buy.

      You want to know who has good stuff? Look for the producers who give you everything you need to know to make up your mind for yourself, instead of relying on what they tell you themselves. Those who allow their products to speak for themselves are the ones you want to buy from. And they are very, very rare. But if you look hard enough, you can find them. Like with most things, the best advertising does not lead to the best products. It leads to the people who hired the best advertising.

      Be careful with your mind.

    • ASFA123 profile image


      8 years ago



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