Powerful suggestions phrased for maximum subconscious acceptance as you go to sleep. Powerful memory programming. Suggestion examples: Your memory is improving because you have given memory development a priority in your life. You accept this. You remember everything you want to remember. Every time you desire to remember a name, an idea, or a fact, you purposely charge it with energy, and tell yourself to remember. And you do it. You have thousands of times the brain power required to remember everything you desire to remember. Much more.
As you relax and drift into first-stage sleep, the cycle-per-second activity of your brain slows down to alpha. The second level of theta precedes deep delta sleep. Alpha and theta are the levels accessed for hypnosis programming. So suggestions delivered at these mental levels are as effective as hypnotic mind programming. And a US Government Technical Service research report on sleep programming indicated that even in deep delta sleep, the suggestions are very effective.
All you have to do is listen as you go to sleep.
Mastered as one approximately 50-minute session, the program begins with Dick Sutphen directing a relaxation. Behind his voice and soothing music is a brain/mind “follow-response” sound that helps to put you to sleep. When the relaxation is complete you hear nearly 2,000 words of paced and repeated suggestions, phrased for acceptance by all levels of your mind.
The words fade away at the end of the CD, directing you to sleep soundly through the night and to awaken refreshed, at peace with yourself, and inspired to begin a new day.
Never use any altered-state program in a moving auto or while doing other things, because each session is structured to generate a dreamy state of consciousness, and in the case of sleep programming, deep delta-level sleep.
The affirmations on this CD are phrased for maximum acceptance by all levels of your mind. The words fade away at the end, leaving you with suggestions to sleep peacefully through the night and awaken in harmony with yourself, the world and everyone in it … and to awaken feeling glad to be alive, thinking and acting with calm-self-assurance, and inspired to begin a new day.
Simply listen as you go to sleep. To enhance the process, imagine each part of your body relaxing as Dick suggests.