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Success, Wealth, Happiness, Health and Knowledge are yours with the HUMANSEA Subliminal CD Collection.

Harness the Power of your Subconcious Mind to get everything you want and achieve everything you can imagine!

What Are Subliminal Messages?
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Subliminal messaging can help you make lasting change with minimal effort. The term Subliminal refers to subconscious perception of something that is below an individual's threshold of conscious perception. Subliminal messages received on a subconscious level are generally silent or invisible on a conscious level. Subliminal messages are designed to avoid the critical, doubting, self sabotaging nature of your own thoughts.
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You may wonder what is the value of sending a message if the person isn't aware of receiving it. Our critically-aware conscious mind normally filters out 95% of the thousands of messages we receive every day, so they have no chance to make any real impact.
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The subconscious, however, is the part of the mind that controls our deepest habits and behaviours. Your subconscious mind processes messages without you even knowing or thinking about them and immediately uses them to build new thought patterns and behaviours.
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If you want to achieve real, deep-seated change, this must take place at a subconscious level.

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Whilst listening to our CD's no spoken words can be heard by the conscious mind. What is heard is just tranquil ocean sounds.

Each CD contains the tranquil setting of the ocean with the waves splashing against the rocks.
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Each CD contains a powerful 3 step subliminal messaging technique. The running time for each is approximately 60 minutes. The first 5 minutes is just the ocean sounds. The next 15 minutes have around a dozen Subliminal messages. The messages are not heard by the conscious mind but they are picked up by the subconscious. The following 15 minutes have the same messages but they are in reverse. They are not heard but the subconscious mind can pick them up and decipher the reverse messages. The next 15 minutes is a technique called stereo confusion. This method sends the same messages but this time it sends one message to the left ear and a different message to the right ear. 

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Even if the conscious mind could hear this, it would not be able to comprehend both messages at the same time. The subconscious mind though will pick up these positive messages and comprehend each individual message separately.
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The best way to use this life-changing range of CD's is to listen to them in their entirety. Listen to it at least once a day preferably with a portable CD player/MP3 player via headphones.

Freud's Iceberg Analogy Freud's Iceberg Analogy
Freud didn't exactly invent the idea of the conscious versus unconscious mind, but he certainly was responsible for making it popular and this was one of his main contributions to psychology.
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Freud compared himself to an archaeologist digging away layers of the human mind, and identified three separate areas of the mind.
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Freud described conscious mind, which consists of all the mental processes of which we are aware. For example, you may be feeling thirsty at this moment and decide to get a drink.
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Unconscious Mind
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The unconscious mind contains our biologically based instincts (eros and thanatos) for the primitive urges for sex and aggression. While we are fully aware of what is going on in the conscious mind, we have no idea of what information is stored in the unconscious mind.
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The unconscious contains all sorts of significant and disturbing material which we need to keep out of awareness because they are too threatening to acknowledge fully. So, the unconscious is not like a dustbin containing unimportant or irrelevant thoughts. Rather, it is precisely because they are so powerful that they are kept buried. Nevertheless, they exert a significant influence.
Subconscious Mind
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The subconscious contains thoughts and feelings that a person is not currently aware of, but which can easily be brought to consciousness. It exists just below the level of consciousness before the unconscious mind. This is what we mean in our everyday usage of the word available memory. For example, you are presently not thinking about your mobile telephone number, but now it is mentioned you can recall it with ease. Mild emotional experiences may be in the subconscious but sometimes traumatic and powerful negative emotions are repressed and hence not available in the subconscious.
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Our feelings, motives and decisions are actually powerfully influenced by our past experiences, stored in the subconscious and instincts from the unconscious.
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Freud applied these three systems to his structure of the personality – the id, ego and superego. Here the id is regarded as entirely unconscious whilst the ego and superego have conscious, preconscious, and unconscious aspect. Freud also regarded the mind to be like an iceberg, where the greatest part is hidden beneath the water or unconscious.
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Freud believed that the influences of the subconscious and unconscious reveal themselves in a variety of ways, including dreams, and in slips of the tongue, now popularly known as 'Freudian slips'. Freud (1920) gave an example of such a slip when a British Member of Parliament referred to a colleague with whom he was irritated as 'the honourable member from Hell' instead of from Hull.
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However, to other psychologists determined to be scientific in their approach (e.g. behaviourists) the concept of the unconscious mind has proved a source of considerable frustration because it defies objective description and is extremely difficult to objectively test or measure.

More Information & Interesting Facts.
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The United States Government positioned a ban in 1974 on the use of subliminal messages on television and radio. Reports declared that the ban was put in place because using subliminal messages “gave individuals and companies too much of an edge”.
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However, that certainly doesn’t mean subliminal messages are null and void. If truth were told, they are still in use today in scores of different ways. Big retail stores are using subliminal messages to trim down on theft. Even celebrities such as Tiger Woods and Anthony Robbins have maintained that subliminal messages are a significant component of their success. Thousands of people have used subliminal messages on CD's and other forms to help them succeed in school, improving self-esteem, careers, quitting smoking and even weight loss.
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In the present day, experts are still showing people how to control and use the power of subliminal messages through many different resources, including computer software that communicates the modifiable messages even while you work on other things.
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The theory is that, although the conscious mind cannot understand these subliminal messages, the subconscious instantly understands and acts upon them. As a result, people who use subliminal power messages are able to progress their success in any part of their life they choose and it’s easier than they ever thought it could be.
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Try using subliminal power messages to make you more successful in any personal or professional endeavor. Depending on the messages you opt to use, you might find yourself thinking more positively, wanting to work out, feeling better about yourself and being nicer to others. Subliminal power messaging materials can be found in many different mediums and the subject matter can envelop nearly anything.
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Ever been working on your affirmations for success or other success strategies and heard yourself say in your mind, but I don’t have enough money, but, I’m not slim enough, but, I don’t have a PHD in anything.   All of these excuses run through your head and counteracts with your efforts at success.
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It characterizes a location you have and keeps you at the place where it stays a problem instead of allowing you to move forward to a solution. You can create your own subliminal messages to get over all of those circles of excuses in your mind. They will pave the way for you to accomplish your goals through whatever success strategy you need at this time.
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When we think we need to do something, we typically think about the pros and cons and then come to a decision whether it’s a good idea or not. We do this consciously because we are aware of the choice we have been given, we’re using the knowledge and reasoning skills that we’ve built-up during our lives.
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The subconscious mind does not have these skills. It doesn’t have the ability to tell the difference between right and wrong and it doesn’t referee the information it obtains. It just takes it as the truth and that’s it.
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GLOBAL NEWS

"Researchers at University College London and Boston University conclude that the brain can respond subconsciously to subliminal messages, even if the subject is unaware of it."  MEDICAL NEWS TODAY

"Subliminal learning works: Some tasks can be learned without even paying attention, a new study says."  NEW SCIENTIST

"Subconscious learning is possible, say US researchers. What's more, subconscious learning may affect our conscious decisions - without our realising it."  BBC NEWS

"Recent findings have established that subliminal learning is real and that the brain is capable of learning without consciously focused attention."  ABC NEWS


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