Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Subliminal Studio - How To Write Your Own Messages

The Right Set Of Affirmations Make Deep-Rooted Changes In The Subconscious


The best advantage of Subliminal Studio Software is that it can be used to code messages for specific situations / issues in one's life for which generic subliminal audios do not exist.

Such examples abound. Counselors come across such instances daily when they wish there were some huge stock available of subliminal audios for all imaginable situations that human beings can ever face. Wishful thinking, I know.

So, after buying this software, getting a good quality stereophonic headphone with an inbuilt microphone, and installing the base Adobe Audition Software that comes with the software, the next step to perform is writing self-affirmation messages.

Writing self-affirmation messages is not really an art; however, it requires certain aspects to be borne in mind all the time while doing so. Here are a few tips that I have drawn up; some of them are already present in the handy PDF manual that comes with the software, while others are culled from my experiences guiding others in using the software.

Tip 1. The first tip is to always focus on one issue at a time. One subliminal audio track should tackle only one issue. This gives clarity to the subconscious mind on what it is receiving when the track begins playing; and it is totally absorbed in receiving the stream of messages on that one single aspect to be imbibed and converted into reality. Any message on any other issue can disturb this rhythm, as the subconscious then has to handle it separately, and the net effect is diluted.

My advice: Write down the issue on the top of the paper or notepad first and foremost. This becomes the "goal" of the exercise. After writing one affirmation; keep checking it with the goal, and look out for any possible veering away or defocusing.

Tip 2. Keep the affirmations crisp and precise. Keep them short. No long-winded statements. Just like in this particular tip.

Tip 3. Be very specific. Don’t use flowery language or poetry. No similes. (Example: "I sleep like a log." Say "I enjoy a deep sleep.") No metaphors. (Example: "I grab the bull of challenges by its horns." Say "I enjoy challenges." This one came from a lad who had problems with getting a job; needless to say he had just completed his English literature course with top honors.) No metonymy, no synecdoche, no allegory ... I can run through the entire list of rhetoric and literary devices, but you get the drift. We are talking about training the subconscious mind here. Remember, the subconscious can take them literally! :-)

Tip 4. Always couch the words in positive language. Put differently, don't use negative words. Don't say: "I am not scared." Say: "I feel courageous all the time.", or "My courage increases every day."

Tip 5. Use the form "It is now okay to ..." When you say to yourself thus - "It is now okay to " you are actually interacting with yourself at an emotional level, which the subconscious vibes with. "It is okay to be happy." - (sometimes) gels better than - "I am always happy."

Tip 6. Be realistic. Don't set a specific quantity for whatever it is that you are after. Don't say - "I now weigh sixty kilos." - if you want to be slim; say - "It is okay to be slim.", or "I am now slim", or "I am shedding excess fat from my body everyday.", or "I have just the right body weight".

On another plane, don't say - "I have a hundred million dollars in my account." What if you had the potential to have a hundred billion dollars in your account? By setting such figures, you run the risk of limiting your potential! Say - "I am prosperous." Or "I attract prosperity and riches in my life." And then leave it to the universe to send whatever abundant riches your way, with your subconscious attracting them like a magnet!

Tip 7. I liked this suggestion from Subliminal Studio's PDF manual: include Dr. Emile Coue's affirmation - "Everyday, in every way, I am getting better and better." in your list of messages. It was this Coueism alone - "Tous les jours à tous points de vue je vais de mieux en mieux" (the French equivalent - his native language - of his affirmation), that is said to have cured thousands of ailing patients across Europe and North America in the early 1900s. Indeed, much of subliminality theory is based on the "Applied Conditioning" and "Auto Suggestion" therapy proposed and practiced by him.

Subliminal Studio, in fact, has an entire folder containing twenty generic self-affirmation audio files that are recorded in plain English (no binaurals here). This folder is nothing but an ode to Dr. Emile Coue.

Tip 8. This is a question I am often asked: How many affirmation messages for one goal? One? Five? Ten? Twenty? How much? My answer is - have as many as you are comfortable with. The only condition is: follow Tips 1 to 7.

I referred to the folder containing those generic audio files; you may wish to listen to them first, to get further experience on how your own messages can be crafted.

So, once you have the list of affirmations ready, you are all set to record them!

Dr. Emile Coue



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