Learning Strategies Blog

How to Attract Loving Relationships

by Pete Bissonette

When you want to attract loving relationships such as supportive friends or your ideal partner, you must become the person you want to attract.

When you want to improve an existing relationship, you must become your ideal relationship.

Because…

When you go into the world with feelings of limitation, you will act in ways to prove you have limitation.  This will show in your relationships.

When you go into the world with positive expectations of abundance, you will act accordingly, giving and receiving more fully. And, yes, this will show in your relationships.

So pull out your Positive Relationships Paraliminal and use Session B. Often.

One of the reasons it works so well is it invites you to think beyond the personality and physical characteristics of the person you imagine.

It helps you determine the highest good for creating this relationship.

This gives your nonconscious mind permission to attract and create this positive relationship in the vision of your ideal.

The remarkable and often dramatic effects people experience with their use of Positive Relationships happen because of subtle and automatic changes in nonverbal behavior.

Connecting with the nonconscious mind produces this subtle change in you. You become more welcoming and loving. How sweet is that!

To learn more about Positive Relationships and all our other Paraliminal programs, please click here.

Beat the Craving

by Pete Bissonette

Impulses and cravings typically last only 18 minutes.

If you can get through the 18 minutes, you are set, and most any Paraliminal will get you there.

Self-Esteem Supercharger is probably the best. It is easy. The craving disappears. And…you end up feeling great, ready for the rest of your day.

Cravings are powerful forces of desire that zap your personal power and divert energy from whatever you really want to do.

They can be completely illogical or radically reasonable. It does not matter.

Whether a persistent hankering or an extreme hunger, cravings drown out the music of your life.

What are you missing out on when you’re consumed by the desire for sugar, carnal lust, binge TV, nonstop internet, revenge, obsessive thoughts, or the thrill of the chase?

The next time a craving redirects your best intentions, take control, listen to the Self-Esteem Supercharger, and direct your life force the way you want.

Other Paraliminals can help you permanently deal with a craving. These include Ideal Weight, Smoke-Free, Break the Habit, Self-Discipline, and New Option Generator, but to squelch the craving at hand: Self-Esteem Supercharger is ideal.

But remember, nearly every Paraliminal will help you past it.

You’ll find the times of all Paraliminals listed here:  http://www.paraliminal.com/FAQ

To learn more about Self-Esteem Supercharger and all our other Paraliminal programs, please click here.

Make the Choice to Be Healthy

by Pete Bissonette

Have you ever walked into your kitchen for a late night snack and had an internal debate… Ice cream or yogurt? Potato chips or veggies? A cookie or a pear?

If so, consider debating yourself a little longer. It could help you make the healthier choice, suggests a study published in Psychological Science.

According to psychological scientists from the California Institute of Technology, your brain needs to process various factors before deciding between foods, including tastiness, calories, sodium content, and overall healthfulness. They hypothesized that the brain processes concrete factors, such as taste, more quickly than abstract factors, like healthfulness.

To test this theory, scientists evaluated the decision-making process of 28 students who had fasted for four hours to see when taste and health came to mind in choosing between healthy and unhealthy foods.

Prior to the experiment, students were asked to rate 160 food items for healthfulness, tastiness, and how much of each food they would like to eat.

They were then asked to choose between nearly 300 random pairings of the same food items, including candies, fruits, chips, and granola bars.

Using a statistical tool, scientists were able to measure how quickly health and taste considerations came up.

On average, taste influenced decisions quicker than health.

And, shortening the time gap before health came into play was key in making the healthier choice.

Students who mainly selected healthy choices averaged a shorter gap between considering taste and considering health.

“The more quickly someone begins to consider a food’s health benefits, the more likely they are to exert self-control by ultimately choosing the healthier food,” says Nicolette Sullivan, co-author of the study. “The larger the ‘head start’ taste had in the decision process, the more likely subjects were to make a poor choice.”

By briefly delaying your decision, you could give healthfulness factors a chance to catch up, Sullivan suggests.

You can also train your mind to instinctively make healthier decisions more quickly with this exercise from our Recover & Reenergize Paraliminal.

If you are not already clear about what health means for you, ask yourself the following:

  • What would it mean if I were healthy in all areas of my life?
  • What would that degree of health feel like? You will need to recognize when you have created it, so think about what it sounds like and looks like to experience health in all areas of your existence.

Once you are certain of the kind of health you want, use this visualization exercise to help you achieve it:

  • Close your eyes and imagine what you would notice if your goal were to manifest. Create a full sensory internal representation of the desired result in your mind. It is essential you use as many senses as possible.
  • Repeat your visualization two more times. With each representation increase the number of details you imagine.

Practice this visualization to make health a part of your conscious awareness on a daily basis, helping you lessen the gap between taste and health considerations when you choose that late night snack.

To help you direct your mind to achieve greater health, vitality, and balance in all areas of your life, I recommend you listen to the Recover & Reenergize Paraliminal. Simply push play, close your eyes, relax, and listen. This closed-eye process activates your “whole mind” with a precise blend of music and words to help you get the most out of every minute.

To learn more about Recover & Reenergize and all our other Paraliminal programs, please click here.

How to Focus for Success

by Pete Bissonette

Focusing your thoughts, feelings, and action is required for success. Nothing new there.

But how do you do it in the first place? And how do you make it second nature?

The Focus & Concentration Paraliminal helps you direct your focus and strengthen your concentration so you can achieve your goals faster and easier.

Remember, when you want something strongly enough and are willing to persist long enough, nothing can stop you from achieving it. In fact, everything in the known universe will help you make it happen.

We recommend listening first thing in the morning to develop a deep commitment to perform at your personal best and keep you on track with your most important tasks.

Any time is a good time, however, when you feel scattered, off track, aimless, or stagnant. It will help you refocus on your goals and objectives and can save your day.

Listening will also raise your self-confidence and increase your enthusiasm and motivation.

Soon you’ll find yourself automatically focusing on what generates focus every day.

To learn more about Focus & Concentration and all our other Paraliminal programs, please click here.

Take Off the Blinders

by Pete Bissonette

Have you ever missed something that could have made you a million dollars?

Did someone else see an opportunity that was right before YOUR eyes, but you missed it?

Do you feel oblivious to what’s going on around you?

The easy way to rip off the blinders is to use the Seeing the Unseen Paraliminal.

This trains your nonconscious mind to perceive more of what is around you and nudge you when there is something you need to pay attention to.

You can develop Sherlock Holmes’s remarkable proficiencies of observation and logical reasoning.

Paul Scheele, who created our Paraliminals, has said again and again: you have remarkable capacities of perception waiting to be tapped.

Every image and sound can be observed and acted upon.

Using Seeing the Unseen turns on your powers of observation so your brain recognizes patterns and makes important connections.

We live in a crazy world where we all need all the help we can possibly get, and the Paraliminals are remarkable tools to make sure your mind supports you in every way possible.

It’s time for you to catch what others miss.

To learn more about Seeing the Unseen and all our other Paraliminal programs, please click here.