In this life-enhancing recording, you will discover how to use your natural resources to realize your full potential - to help you to become more confident, feel your innate inner and outer beauty, and help control your weight and tone your body. It works by programming your subconscious mind to change your self-image and by giving your conscious mind suggestions that will make it easier for you achieve a trimmer, healthier, shapelier body. By giving yourself a "mental make-over", you can begin to create a new you in the flesh.
The Quantum Factor Life Enhancement Series of recordings uses powerful natural techniques to help you make profound changes, enabling you to visualize, plan, and achieve the future you want. They work by tapping into the vast natural resources available in your own mind. The information is absorbed into your subconscious while you are in a relaxed and receptive state, without any effort whatsoever.
The series uses four techniques to ensure the effectiveness and sustainability of the course: Visualization, Meditation, Hypnosis, and Affirmation. Their easy acceptance by your subconscious is ensured by the use of background alpha rhythms, which help to place the brain into a relaxed - but not unconscious - state. You will be aware of things around you while being in an ideal condition to learn and retain new information. In addition, theta rhythms will help you to relax.
(This audio program is not intended as a substitute for medical care. If in doubt, consult your physician or therapist.)
This is more like "guided imagery" than self-hypnosis or affirmations... There are a lot better tools for encouraging weight loss and a makeover on this website - Slim Forever subliminal weight loss, the Self Hypnosis diet are two. I listened to this once and will not again.
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Have you ever seen the movie "Office Space"? Remember the hypno therapist? Thats what "Slender & Gorgeous" is all about. If you can keep a straight face through the sesssion, and listen once a day, it might work, or it might not... Positive affirmations are certainly possitive, but I question their effectiveness.
It does have a very relaxing quality.
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