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How to Use Nighttime Dreams

by Pete Bissonette

I am a robust dreamer.

As a kid I learned the multiplication tables in my nighttime dreams.

As an adult I dramatically improved my skiing skills in my dreams so much that friends thought I took lessons.

In my dreams I have also… “Activated” books I had PhotoRead… Imagined complete chapters when writing my novel… Worked through countless problems from the office… Created complex marketing campaigns… Met people before I met them in real life… Designed a unique 10,000-square-foot labyrinth that I ended up building near my home… On and on… All while sleeping.

I even dreamt of my father’s death three nights before he died (and he wasn’t sick or expected to pass). I hadn’t remembered the dream until the funeral, so it was not a dream of prognostication. Rather it helped me work through my emotions.

How can you use your dreams to make your life better?

Listen to the Dream Play Paraliminal before bed to program your mind for that night’s dreaming.

Consistent use will help train your nonconscious mind to respond to your request to dream, so your success will grow. It will also help you remember your dreams.

You don’t always need to remember your dreams to benefit from them. For example, initially I had not remembered the dream about my dad, but I certainly benefited from it.

If you use Dream Play regularly, you will dream more, remember more, and benefit more. And soon you will be dreaming without using the Paraliminal.

These days I seldom request something from my dreams. I simply expect my nonconscious mind to use dreams as necessary to benefit me. I trust that I will dream, I allow the dreams, and I benefit from the dreams.

This has come from years of working with my dreams. Your first step is to use Dream Play for specific items in your life right now. Keep using it and you’ll find the dreams to be one of the most valuable resources in your life.

Dream away!

To learn more about Dream Play and all our other Paraliminal programs, please click here.

Are You Often Tired?

by Pete Bissonette

If you are already getting a full night’s rest, reach for the 10-Minute Supercharger.

You’ll feel nicely rested, mentally alert, and back up to full energy. You might need to give yourself another 10 minutes to get your bearings, but that is typically all you need.

If you see a pattern of being tired at the same time every day, get a jump on it. Listen to the 10-Minute Supercharger before tiredness would set in. If you get tired mid-afternoon, for example, listen around noon. That should keep the lulls from coming.

Yes, you could listen mid-afternoon to pull yourself out of it, but if you have the discipline to listen earlier, you’ll find yourself able to maintain your energy without getting tired.

Plan on listening daily for about a week. If that doesn’t reset how you use your energy, keep listening for about a month. It took me about a month when we first introduced this Paraliminal, but I kept listening daily for a few months, because I loved how I felt.

If you are really tired just before bed, listen to it then. It will not keep you up. Instead it will drain tension from your body and grogginess from your mind so you can easily fall asleep and wake up refreshed.

As you fall asleep is how you wake up.

If you fall asleep exhausted, you wake up exhausted. If you fall asleep rested, you wake up rested.

Try it out now. It’s only 10 minutes! And…make a note to review your day just before bed, because you will surely notice your day went better in the hours after listening than the hours before.

That’s the power of Paraliminals guiding your nonconscious mind to create the best life ever.

To learn more about 10-Minute Supercharger and all our other Paraliminal programs, please click here.

Move More to Age Less

by Pete Bissonette

Want to slow down your biological clock?

Lace up your sneakers… You may have to break a sweat.

A study published in Preventive Medicine found that highly active people have significantly longer telomeres, the protein endcaps of chromosomes, than those who are sedentary or moderately active.

Telomeres provide a clear indication of aging inside your cells. Every time a cell replicates, it loses a bit of endcap. Therefore, as you age, your endcaps get shorter.

Brigham Young University exercise science professor Larry Tucker compared activity levels and length of telomeres of 5,823 adults aged 20 to 84. His findings showed highly active people—women who exercised at least 30 minutes per day five days a week and men who exercised at least 40 minutes five days a week—had the longest telomeres. Their cellular age was, on average, nine years younger than those who were sedentary and seven years younger than those who moderately exercised.

“Just because you’re 40, doesn’t mean you’re 40 years old biologically,” said Tucker. “We all know people that seem younger than their actual age. The more physically active we are, the less biological aging takes place in our bodies.”

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Presenting: You!

by Pete Bissonette

Do you have to present yourself to the world?

Do you have ideas you need to share?

Listen to the Sales Leap Paraliminal. That’s right. This extremely versatile Paraliminal can be useful whenever you need to express yourself, because, in essence, you are selling your ideas, and you want people to respond to you in a particular way.

Whether it be speaking, writing, acting, dancing, or performing any endeavor, Sales Leap instills a continuous improvement strategy so that every time you perform you get better and better.

For example, let’s say you need to speak to an audience, which is a huge challenge for most people.

When you use Sales Leap, it will help remove the barriers to effective self-expression.

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Getting Better Results from Paraliminals

by Pete Bissonette

Stress hampers the results you get from Paraliminals, but we have a secret to share with you.

Yes, Paul Scheele guides you through relaxation during the first part of every Paraliminal, and…

…you might still be holding too much stress. You could be thinking, “I don’t hold stress,” but you probably are, because you’ve acclimated to it and it feels right.

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