A Guide to Self Hypnosis using Subliminal Messaging

Upgrade yourself - Matrix-Style! This easy guide shows you how to use Subliminal Messaging to enchance Self Hypnosis. The subliminal messages speak directly to your unconscious mind - even while you sleep. Too good to be true? Read on...

Subliminal messages allow us to upgrade Matrix-StyleNLP is easy. You learn the techniques in half an hour, and master them in a couple of weeks of practice. With enough practice and a firm grasp on a few decent NLP techniques, you can certainly achieve any goals you may have.

But what if it was easier? Say, 100% easier? Sure NLP is already easy - but you're still putting those weeks of effort in. With subliminal messaging, you don't even have to do that. You just lie there, listening to soft, relaxing music on your ipod.

The amazingly powerful tool of subliminal messaging is arguably one of the most significant developments of 21st century neuroscience. Audial subliminal messaging contains two important factors: Self-hypnosis and subliminal messages. Self-hypnosis is in my opinion the most effective form of hypnosis; subliminal messages reinforce the hypnosis and plant the desired concepts directly into the unconscious mind.

Remember that scene from The Matrix, where Neo has to fly a helicopter but doesn't know how to control it? They simply load a bunch of data directly into his brain. Seconds later, he knows how to fly the helicopter. Neo doesn't have to go through the training sessions, the practice and the theory of learning to fly a helicopter - he simply closes his eyes and the information arrives. This is similar to the methods of subliminal messaging.

The Problem with Self-Hypnosis

Self-hypnosis is effective, but it takes a long time to master to the point where you can acheive a deep state of self hypnosis and not just fall asleep. Hypnosis is simply a very internal, peaceful, heavily relaxed and suggestible state of mind. Self-hypnosis seems to be far more comfortable than externally-directed hypnosis. This is because the hypnotist is giving verbal commands which must be received, filtered, processed and translated by your brain. There are literally millions of neurons firing every time the hypnotist says a single word.

We can eschew this unnecessary cognitive activity by composing the hypnosis ourselves. However once we are in our state of self hypnosis, it is very difficult to take direction from ourselves because a part of ourselves (mainly in the prefrontal cortex) must remain active to issue the commands.

Subliminal messaging takes the best of both worlds by combining a deep state of self-hypnosis with the unintrusive input of subliminal messages. There is beauty in this simplicity - subliminal messaging is astoundingly affective.