Everyone has the potential to create their own reality, so if you are not happy with the way it is, what your mind has created, mind can change. To better understand this concept, the following information shows how effectively the subconscious mind can be programed with the use of CD audio recordings, MP3 downloads, or simply the power if your mind.
Reality / Fantasy Tests
One of the initial tests was to place volunteer subjects in a room and wired up to an EEG machine. Someone would now run into the room and fire a gun. Someone else would do a dance, a dog would bark, a color would be projected and other similar tests were created. As the subject observed each situation, it caused his brain waves to form patterns on the recording instruments. Each situation was marked on the recording paper so the researchers would know what had transpired to create each pattern. “Dog barked here,” as an example.
The next stage of the test had the subject concentrate upon the situations described by the researchers. As an example, “I now want you to imagine yourself watching a woman doing a dance. See it in your mind, fantasize it, conceive it with as much imagination as possible . . . . . All right, I now want you to imagine a dog barking.”
While the subject was concentrating upon these imagined situations, his brain waves were once again being recorded. The results of the tests of the tests showed the exact same patterns of up and down brain waves as when the woman came into the room and actually did a dance. The same was true with all other situations with all of the test subjects.
The brain waves were identical. The subconscious mind could not tell the difference between what was real or was imagined.
Using the Knowledge
Another supportive series of tests were conducted by the University of Chicago. These and many similar tests showed how our subconscious mind actually creates the reality for which it is programmed. Three test groups of subjects took part in a mental programming experiment based upon shooting basketball. All of the participating students were tested as to their individual basket-shooting ability and the results were recorded.
Group One was told, “Don’t play any basketball for a month. In fact, just forget about basketball for the entire month.”
Group Two was told, “You are each to practice shooting baskets for one full hour a day, every day, for the month.”
Group Three was told, “You are each to spend one hour a day imagining you are successfully shooting baskets. Do this every day for a month. Vividly imagine yourself successfully shooting baskets. See every detail of your accomplishments in your mind.”
One month later, the three groups were again tested as to their basket-shooting ability. The Group One participants, who had not played basketball for a month, tested exactly the same as they did the first time. Group Two, who had been practicing a full hour every day for a month, demonstrated a 24-percent improvement in their basket-shooting ability. Group Three, who had only imagined that they were successfully shooting baskets for a hour each day, tested 23 percent improved in their actual basket-shooting ability—only one percentage point less than the group who had actually been practicing.
Obviously, the group that only imagined shooting baskets successfully programmed their subconscious minds to perform almost as effectively as those who had actually practiced. The subconscious mind assisted in creating the reality it was programmed to set into motion. The subconscious can be fooled. It can be tricked. It can be programmed—you simply have to know how to become the programmer. This is one of the reasons hypnosis works so effectively as a programming or reprogramming technique. (MP3s and CD Mind-Programming).