Saturday, June 18, 2016

Self-Help Audio


The your mind is like an iceberg - your conscious mind is the 10% on the surface, but the more powerful, larger area of the mind is the subconscious part, and it is capable of picking up information you are not always consciously aware of. It takes in this subliminal information and stores it within your mind, and with enough exposure you can make changes to your belief systems, ways of thinking, habits, and more.

There is lots of research into subliminal audio and subliminal technology generally, and it is becoming more and more accepted - not as an alternative to medical care or the advice of a doctor, but as a tool which really does penetrate into the subconscious mind and can be used to help you to overcome problems and help you to reach your goals easier. The process is effective to help get rid of bad habits and embrace good habits -- quit smoking, loose weight, sleep, self-motivation, get better grades in school, etc.

Subliminal audio messages have really been growing in popularity largely due to commendation from some of the world's leading self-help personalities including speakers from the hit movie “The Secret.” Subliminal audio uses positive affirmations,  picked up and processed by your subconscious mind. A recent review of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies shows that subliminal stimuli activate specific regions of the brain despite participants being unaware.[2]

There are various commercial programs using hypnosis or embedded sound frequency, just on the edge of human hearing levels. But repetition of ordinary audio can also make it’s way into our minds, especially when used during sleep or just before or after sleeping. We are more open to suggestion during transitional state from wakefulness to sleep.

Using the internet to improve the quality of your life keeps easier and more affordable. There are various Ultra Compact MP3 Players that Support MicroSD which is a type of removable flash memory card used for storing information. SD is an abbreviation of Secure Digital, and microSD cards are sometimes referred to as µSD or uSD[1] . The cards are used in newer types of portable media players, digital audio players, expandable USB flash drives.

To date it is the smallest memory card that can be bought; at 15 mm × 11 mm × 1 mm (about the size of a fingernail), it is about a quarter of the size of a normal-sized SD card.[2] There are adapters that make the small microSD able to fit in devices that have slots for standard SD, miniSD, Memory Stick Duo card, and even USB. Many microSD cards sold on the internet and in stores have a standard SD adapter, so that people can use them in devices that take standard SD but not microSD cards.

Small MP3 players can easily fit under a pillow or in a shirt pocket and can cost just a few dollars. The memory cards hold from 2 to 32 GB of audio files, and even a small one can hold many hours of  audio files. And these inexpensive fingernail sized memory cards are easy to pop out and replace so you can save your older ones and build an audio library or share with friends.

An auxiliary audio cable will allow your to plug your MP3 player into an amplifier and most newer radios and stereo systems.and some DvD players.

Also there are various software programs, some are free, to download, edit, and manage audio files. And there are plug-ins for your web browser to save/convert YouTube videos to audio, etc.


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