Example of Suggestions: You now stop smoking. You lose all desire to smoke. Cigarettes disgust you. You are now a nonsmoker. By quitting, you feel better mentally and physically. Cigarettes leave a bad taste in your mouth. You have the willpower to do anything you decide to do. You do what you say you’ll do. You are strong-willed and you get the job done. You say to yourself, “Do it now. Do it now.”
What you hear is 60 minutes of relaxing, digitally mastered stereo music. Each title uses different music and different suggestions. Listen while you are driving, working, or doing other things. What you don’t hear are the suggestions, which are embedded into the music. Only your subconscious mind will hear the suggestions.
What happens? Because the suggestions are not challenged by your conscious mind, they tend to be accepted by your subconscious mind, although they can’t make you do something you don’t want to do. To be effective, you must be favorable disposed to the programming goal. With repeated listening, the suggestions become new beliefs. Your subconscious mind will then generate the circumstances necessary to match your day-to-day life to your new beliefs. To generate further mental acceptance, you may also use this programming as sleep programming. Simply listen as you fall asleep.