Improve Your Vocabulary Subliminal Affirmations
- Relax with Family & Relaxing Traveling, Solfeggio Tones, Binaural Beats, Self Help Meditation Hypnosis
- Narrated by: Joel Thielke
- Length: 1 hr and 19 mins
- Release date: 02-08-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: Hypnosis & Subliminal LLC
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This subliminal hypnosis program works for you on three different levels - positive affirmations will be spoken during your deepest state of open relaxation, low binaural beats that are almost imperceptible to the human ear work with your subconscious mind to anchor the positive affirmations to help you improve your vocabulary, and ancient Solfeggio tones encourage healing and wholeness with powerful harmonic frequencies. Along with seven different soothing sounds of nature, these three elements combined together are the triad of positive change that will propel you toward a better future.
Improve Your Vocabulary Affirmations in this program are:
I have a naturally high level of intelligenceI learn new words easily
My mind is sharp
I always remember the meanings behind words
I am articulate
My intelligence increases every day
I am focused
I use new vocabulary words every day
I will improve my vocabulary
Instructions: There are no relaxation suggestions in this subliminal hypnosis program, so you can listen at any time of the day or night. You may listen to the entire program as a whole or select only specific nature sounds that you enjoy most - the positive affirmations will still be effective for change.
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By Raquel on 05-25-13
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
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The title lead you to believe it was to help improve your Vocabulary which there was NONE
It was a lie. Title coerced me into buying something it really wasn't. Disappointed.