How Does It Work?


The subliminal learning technique, also called subliminal motivation or subliminal stimulus, is a method of influencing the subconscious. It is probable that all of our senses participate in the ongoing development of our subconscious mind. However, the senses of sight and hearing are our best available avenues for connecting with our subconscious mind. We have found that the sense of hearing is the most convenient to use method of producing an effective subliminal programming tool.


Almost everyone can benefit from the advantage of reducing the pressure of negative or erroneous subconscious thinking. Anyone who has ever said, "I'm hopeless at this" or "I could never do that" most certainly could benefit from this system. Prejudging your abilities is a sure sign of negative programming. Like the thousands of people who are using our system, you will find that it can make a positive difference in your life.


The key to subliminal learning is a "time compressed" message list. In order for subliminal reprogramming to be effective, thousands and thousands of positive reinforcement and affirmation messages must be delivered directly to the subconscious. We time compress several key messages for each subject using the latest digital technology. All of the unused space (silence) between every word is removed. A computer-controlled technique is then used to speed up the messages several times' normal speed. The computer is able to retain the original tone and clarity of the original voices.

These messages are repeated over and over at various rates, thousands of times per hour. The messages are received and understood only by the subconscious, which learns and uses them to help focus and guide your conscious thought and actions!

We use male and female voices, with the female voice directed mostly to the left channel, in order to reach the right hemisphere of the brain and the male voice directed mostly to the right channel to reach the left hemisphere. The program is highly effective under any listening conditions when used as directed. This technique is simply an extra tool that may help to enhance a subject's success in case of a resistance to reprogramming.