Subliminal Plus is an advanced and highly interactive program that continuously flashes subliminal messages. Subliminal Plus reaches out to your subconscious by sending out positive affirmations to the mind, and thus helps to develop a positive minds
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:27
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: One of the most powerful yet subtle ways in which you can control your mind and tune it to achieve your goals, is through subliminal messages. Subliminal Plus is an advanced and highly interactive program that continuously flashes subliminal messages. Subliminal Plus reaches out to your subconscious by sending out positive affirmations to the mind, and thus helps to develop a positive mindset, which in turn helps you to achieve your desired goals in life. Subliminal Plus helps you in three specific ways to achieve your targets. Firstly, it provides an interface for you to note down your goals and the time period in which you wish to achieve them. Secondly, corresponding to every goal selected, you can also choose the exact messages, which will be displayed at continuous time intervals. You can even add to these messages if you wish to. As a third and additional advantage, you can set the level of this program, for instance, you can choose if you want Subliminal Plus to begin at start up, or later. Friendly little things such as a counter, which displays number of days remaining to achieve your goals, make Subliminal Plus a real pleasure to use.
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