Learning Strategies Blog

Can’t Sleep?

by Pete Bissonette

I sleep so well at night. I think it is because for years and years I would listen to a Paraliminal just before bed.

I literally trained my brain to expect that all stress would drain from my day before I fell asleep. I finished every day putting positive and expansive messages into my brain. And boy does that set you up for a great night’s sleep.

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Establish a Deep Commitment

by Pete Bissonette

A deep commitment to perform at the very best each day means freedom, fulfillment, and, of course, success.

The Focus & Concentration Paraliminal is perhaps your best ally, because it helps concentrate your mind, feelings, and actions on what you need to do.

It works with your nonconscious to create your vision of the future. It magnetizes yourself to attract what you need.

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by Paul Scheele

Are you doing what matters most to you?

I’m not talking about what makes you happy in the moment, but rather, what really drives your life. What gives your life meaning?

In a study published in the Journal of Positive Psychology that examines self-reported attitudes toward happiness and meaning, the researchers found a meaningful life and a happy life overlap in certain ways, but are ultimately different, reports Emily Esfahani Smith in The Atlantic.

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Lowering Blood Pressure

by Pete Bissonette

The easiest way to lower your blood pressure is to listen to a Paraliminal every day.

Many scientific studies have shown that three or four months of daily meditation lowers the upper blood pressure number (systolic) 4 to 10 points (or mm Hg)—that can be significant. Since using Paraliminals can get you similar results as doing meditation, try it to see what happens for you.

You can buy a blood pressure cuff to measure your own blood pressure from Amazon for $30. They are very easy to use.

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Getting older?

by Pete Bissonette

I’m surprised at how many of my friends are acting and looking older.

It’s almost as if they’re playing the part of an old person.

Now, there’s nothing wrong with being old. Heck, I turned 60 a couple of years ago, and I’m no young ‘un. I certainly love all the benefits that come from the experiences of life. It is immensely satisfying to embrace the wisdom.

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