Naturally increase your memory and focus and retain details easier with this soothing program from the world-renowned Sleep Learning System, narrated by best selling hypnotherapist, Rachael Meddows.
Just turn on the tracks, relax, and let your subconscious mind do the work for you.
The Sleep Learning System is specially designed to work with your subconscious mind during your sleep cycle. The guided meditation and soothing background music will deeply relax your body and mind for the perfect night's sleep, while allowing you to access the deepest parts of your mind.
And now Sleep Learning is better than ever, thanks to the soothing voice of Rachael Meddows. With this audiobook, naturally increase your memory and boost your brain function with a series of subconscious mental exercises.
This program comes with new two inductions that are exclusive to Sleep Learning programs with Rachael Meddows!
When you wake up you'll feel well rested, focused, and ready to take on your day.
This guided mediation system gives you positive suggestions that will help you quiet your mind and melt away stress, leaving your body deeply relaxed for a great night's sleep. While you're sleeping, the program will help you clear your mind of clutter and help you access and train the deepest parts of your brain.
The special inductions will gently guide you into your REM stage of sleep, working with your subconscious to make lasting change that you can see.
This Sleep Learning System album comes with two extended tracks that include the Sleep Induction and Garden Induction, guided meditation programs, and bonus music and positive subliminals, providing hours of relaxation for your listening experience.
Let Rachael Meddows and The Sleep Learning System help you today!
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I bought this because I have sleep and memory problems, but I did not expect too much. It exceeded my expectations in that I found it to be quite effective in helping me to relax and sleep. The one thing I don't like is the music in the last of the three parts (which you don't have to use): I much prefer the music in Part 2. Pt.1 is OK, but because there are individual, piano type notes that stick out, making the music less effective in promoting relaxation than synthesizer type music. In general, the best music for this kind of thing does not have melodies (which even when they are not annoyingly trite get tiresome after a few listenings) or individual notes that stand out (such as piano).
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