If you are curious about subliminal music, here is some information you should know. The answer lies within the subliminal music you listen to. Imagine if you had a trusted friend (your subconscious in this case) telling you how much of a nice person you are and how much of a difference you make in the lives of others around you? Imagine this friend who you really believe for their honesty telling you how attractive you are and how you should get out and smile and meet people with total self confidence. Subliminal music is just this. Subliminal music passes positive affirmations to your subconscious brain which passes the messages onto your conscious brain (the logical part of your brain). There is only really 1 person your conscious trusts, and that is your SUBCONSCIOUS! The reason for this is because your conscious is so use to your subconscious protecting it from bad ideas and negative thoughts. Think of your subconscious mind as sort of a body guard for your conscious. The only thing negative that your subconscious could possibly pass onto your conscious (conscious being where you openly think about stuff) is a bad memory or a negative idea that has grown on you through the years. Perhaps you were convinced as a child that you were fat and ugly because a group of kids called you that. Your subconscious at the time you were young was underdeveloped and didn't know better. It was young at that time and even though acting as your conscious's body guard, it was still vulnerable to suggestions that got threw it and got into your conscious mind which made you aware of the negative ideas. Now that you are grown, you realize how those negative thoughts had an impact on your life. But you also realize that your subconscious has grown some too and protects your thinking better so you can focus. Subliminal music works in a way to reach your subconscious that you cant ordinarily do on your own. In order to create positive ideas and suggestions to your conscious, your subconscious has to tell you brain to do it! But getting to your subconscious brain is a very hard thing to do! That is unless you know how to use a biorhythm to send messages to it. These biorhythms are brain waves that get your subconscious attention and tell it someone is talking to it. If you can reach your subconscious (think of biorhythms as a phone reaching out to your long distance subconscious) through these brain waves then you can suggest new ideas and new positive notions. That is where subliminal music comes in because it does just that. Sure you can sit down and say out loud that I AM A BETTER PERSON, but it wont really sink in because your conscious will dismiss it within minutes. But if you were to get that message to sink into your subconscious, your subconscious would hold onto the idea much longer and start suggesting it to you conscious as a permanent idea or feeling. The subconscious mind contains the 'instructions' for running your day to day life. These instructions do not necessarily work in your favor. They are often embedded during childhood, or as a result of painful experiences, and can cause self-sabotage, low self-esteem, bad habits and a host of other unwanted behaviors. Because these instructions are deeply buried in the subconscious, you can never know what self-defeating 'garbage' is in there. The best way to counter this is to change and reprogram your subconscious mind into positive and self promoting ideas that will last the rest of your life.
The question a lot of people ask is - does subliminal music really work? And does the subconscious mind really detect visuals and sounds below the conscious threshold? Well instead of answering yes or no, lets take a look at what history tells us first. In 1957, in a Ft Lee, New Jersey movie theatre, a man named James Vicary placed a tachistoscope in the theater's projection booth. All throughout the playing of the film "Picnic", he flashed a couple of different messages on the screen every five seconds. The messages flashed lasted a total of 1/3000th of a second - something you would not notice with the naked eye. The messages he used were: "Drink Coca-Cola" and "Hungry? Eat Popcorn". The results were simply amazing - an increase in popcorn sales by a margin of 57.8% and an increase in Coca-Cola sales by 18.1%. The use of subliminal messages from there only lasted 17 more years, before the Federal Communications Commission banned subliminal advertising from radio and television airwaves in 1974. The reason the FCC banned subliminal messages? It worked too effectively against the will of the person receiving the subliminal messages. This was the first documentation that the subconscious mind picked up subliminal messages that the conscious mind did not, which led to more studies that the subconscious mind received subliminal sounds much like it did subliminal visuals. Today, subliminal advertising is once again legal after researchers found that the brain would reject subliminal messages that were negative.
In 2007, researchers in London concluded that positive subliminal messages were clinically proven to be effective based on their human brain experiments.
University College London researchers have found the first physiological evidence that invisible subliminal images do attract the brain's attention on a subconscious level. The wider implication for the study, published in Current Biology, is that techniques such as subliminal advertising, now banned in the UK but still legal in the USA, certainly do leave their mark on the brain.
Using fMRI, the study looked at whether an image you aren't aware of, but one that reaches the retina -- has an impact on brain activity in the primary visual cortex, part of the occipital lobe. Subjects' brains did respond to the object even when they were not conscious of having seen it.
Dr Bahador Bahrami, of the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and the UCL Department of Psychology, said: "What's interesting here is that your brain does log things that you aren't even aware of and can't ever become aware of. We show that there is a brain response in the primary visual cortex to subliminal images that attract our attention -- without us having the impression of having seen anything. These findings point to the sort of impact that subliminal advertising may have on the brain. What our study doesn't address is whether this would then influence you to go out and buy a product. I believe that it's likely that subliminal advertising may affect our decisions -- but that is just speculation at this point."
Subjects wore red-blue filter glasses that projected faint pictures of everyday objects (such as pliers and an iron) to one eye and a strong flashing image known as 'continuous flash suppression' to the other. This recently developed technique effectively erases subjects' awareness of the faint images so that they were unable to localise the faint images on screen. At the same time, subjects performed either an easy task -- picking out the letter T from a stream of letters, or a task that required more concentration in which subjects had to pick out the white N or blue Z from the same stream.
During the harder task, the subjects' brains blocked out the subliminal image and the fMRI scan did not detect any associated neural activity. This finding -- that the brain does not pick up on subliminal stimuli if it is too busily occupied with other things -- shows that some degree of attention is needed for even the subconscious to pick up on subliminal images.
Dr Bahrami said: "This is exciting research for the scientific community because it challenges previous thinking -- that what is subconscious is also automatic, effortless and unaffected by attention. This research shows that when your brain doesn't have the capacity to pay attention to an image, even images that act on our subconscious simply do not get registered."
The research challenges the theory of the pioneering American psychologist and philosopher, William James, (1842--1910), who said: "We are conscious of what we attend to -- and not conscious of what we do not attend to".
The team's findings show that there are situations where consciousness and attention don't go hand in hand. This was recent data record in 2007.
There is documented evidence that was previously concluded by E. R. Spangenberg and his colleagues during double blind studies with subliminal music instead of visual subliminal messages. Spangenberg knew that the subconscious mind was able to accept subliminal messages through visuals and was skeptical if the other senses were able to pick up on them as well. His study happened to deal with one of the most powerful senses the subconscious mind picks up information through, the sense of hearing. His research and skeptisism about subliminal music showed that audio embedded with subliminal suggestions did affect the human brain afterall.
If you want to improve your life, you need to improve the instruction set which governs it, and the way to do this is repetition. Any correctly phrased statement repeated often enough will install itself in the subconscious, and become the new 'instruction'. The problem is the conscious mind - this usually filters out suggestions of the kind you may want to 'install' in the subconscious mind.
The way to get around this problem with the brain is to use subliminal suggestions through positive affirmations entering into your subconscious mind using advanced biorhythm patterns. These are spoken phrases hidden behind some other sound such as a nature recording or relaxing, soft music. The conscious mind cannot hear them but the subconscious part of your brain does! Once the new suggestion is accepted and agreed, then it becomes a stable, strong pillar in the inner belief system. The following is what subliminal sales subliminal music is based on: The double blind test performed by E. R. Spangenberg indicates that there is scientific evidence supporting variables such as "I am in control of alcohol" and "I am in control of my dreams" and that they are received by the brain in a much more acceptable way. Indeed, there was technology at one time that subliminal music revolved around, but that has since evolved into newer scientific technology based on recent research by Spangenberg. If you are going to buy subliminal music, it is important that you know what type of technology the recordings are based on. You could be wasting your time listening to an 80's based subliminal recording which contains noise your subconscious will never accept. The double blind study that included placebo control concluded that subliminal music did in fact make a difference in those who used it based on the protocol "I am" versus "you are".
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