Ultrasonic subliminals are widely available on the market these days. But people are still wondering whether they work or not. To better understand how they effect change in a person’s mind, take a look at how ultrasonic subliminals are made.
A Quick Inside Look
Ultrasonic subliminals are vocalizations or other sounds that have been made with such high pitch that they block off vibrations in the eardrum. Instead, they tend to shudder some portions of the inner ear. Because of this mechanism, the conscious audible range is incapable of detecting the sound. The subconscious, on the other hand, perceives the stimulus, deciphers it and then understands the message.
Unlike masked subliminals that are normally covered or masked with other sounds (i.e. sound of water), ultrasonic subliminals may be recorded without the masking sounds. As a result, the recording gives the impression of a blank CD. Then again, a visualizer will typically reveal the existence of the high-pitched sounds.
Without a doubt, ultrasonic subliminals have a number of advantages over the masked variety; and vice-versa. However, the majority of commercially sold subliminals are in the masked format as this layout is easier to make and has an extensive history of success – given that it is correctly made and utilized. The ultrasonic type is more difficult to create yet it is generally more effective for the reason that the subliminal message is considerably louder.
The Mechanism of Action
In essence, ultrasonic subliminals function the same way as hypnosis but with no alteration of the awareness. The recordings usually require repetitive usage over a number of days, weeks, or even months to achieve full effect. Sorry to say, but anyone who is marketing “instant results” with ultrasonic subliminals is selling falsehood.
Although they can generate positive outcome after one exposure, this likelihood is very rare and typically occurs when the goal is strongly desired within a short span of time.
More often than not, ultrasonic subliminals require three to four weeks of exposure before it begins to show results. You need to at least expose yourself to the recording for one hour each day. Then again, for better outcome, you can play it all night long. Some people who are willing to take the extra mile may even get the desired effect in less than one week or as quick as three whole nights of exposure.
The Subliminal Message
The subconscious aspect of the mind is extremely childlike. It soaks everything up literally. Therefore, the sentences used in subliminal messages need to be brief, simple and straightforward. They need to steer clear of negative statements since the words “not” and “don’t” are generally not recognized by the subconscious. For instance, the phrase “I am healthy because I don’t smoke” may be perceived as “I am healthy because I smoke”.
In addition to using positive statements, the subliminal messages also need to be in the present tense. The subconscious mind only recognizes the present. For this reason, the script – in order to be considered a good one – should avoid using future tense.
The focus of the messages in ultrasonic subliminals should be in the “here and now” and not in the “yet to come”. For example, the phrase “I will be successful” is not an excellent affirmation because it actually gives the subconscious an idea that you are not doing well right now. It somehow suspends the belief into a future that never takes place.