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#62605 10/28/07 06:02 PM
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Hello everyone.

I just recently recieved a few paraliminals along with the sonic access package and I'm looking forward to putting them to use.

I'm not sure how I missed it, but now I see the info on the easylearn language cd's. I've been trying to learn German off and on for some time but never seem to "get it".

Anyone have any experience with the easylearn cd's? Would any combo use of other paraliminal help the learning a new language process?

Thanks for any info/advice you can share.

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There is a Paraliminal which comes with Easy Learning Languages to enhance the learning process. I got the series. It is pleasant to listen to. It is important to work on them regularly and see what you can get out of them. They are designed for busy people so putting half an hour a day into the learning process should give you good results.

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Thanks for the response Uniquesoul. Do you feel it's helped you? I'm not looking to wake up one day and be fluent, just something to get me started so I can move forward, with a solid base to build from.

So do you feel it's helped you in that regard? Anyone else with experience with the set?

Thanks again.

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I have Easylearn languages and not really studied it as such, but I understood the paraliminals are supposed to put the language into your mind, but I've listened a few times and not felt anything from it (when I was listening and doing the workbook). Am I missing something here? Or did I completely misunderstand about the paraliminal?

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We don't always feel anything it's usually a sense that everything is natural. Listen to the Paraliminal with eyes closed at a time you can relax. I suggest listening in the morning and then doing the Easylearn course later in the day.

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Okay I reread the description for the paraliminal and it doesn't contain any foreign phrases - it is designed to help people learn languages moreso so that was my error. Can I check though with Million Dollar Vocab that one is supposed to somehow put words in your brain for use. Did I misunderstand that?

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The EasyLear Paraliminal is useful for switching on the brain for learning any language not just the ones in the EasyLearn course.

If you want to go beyond the EasyLearn course, start by watching programs in the language you wish to learn, (try it without subtitles) PhotoRead grammar books and translation dictionaries.

If you're following along with the EasyLearn course, relax and close your eyes as you follow along alternatively reading along with the course.

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Thank you.


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