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Hi there
Having listened to this cd a couple of times and slept with it going throughout the whole night too...I have a question. The actual script doesn't allow enough time to concentrate on any particular limiting beliefs/ negative self talk. So I wanted to ask...is this about getting you back into a state that u would have last felt like as a child when u had no negative self talk....so it's a kinda generic thing as opposed to specific?....
After listening to it a few times I do feel better although I feel like I could easily jump back into negative thinking/self talk.
In the literature it says using for three days would help in seeing results, I was wondering how long people used it....I'm planning atleast 7 days...over kill?

Anyway hopefully hear from someone soon, thanks!

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7 days without a break would be the maximum.

Decide on the limiting believe you want to work on before you start the CD. That's why the booklet provides some food for thought.

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This was my first paraliminal. I used it a lot at first, and felt uncertain about the results, but I knew I felt SOMETHING.

I think I was just doing some mental shifting, getting used to the paraliminal process, and changing some mental attitudes without understanding the feelings that were generated.

So I started listening to plain ordinary affirmations for two nights before bed, then the 3rd night I would listen to You Deserve It. Or sometimes I would listen in the morning.

You Deserve It is how I found Learning Strategies. I was looking for something audio with Lisa Nichols wonderful, warm, trustworthy, storytelling voice. That led me to You Deserve It and all of Paul Scheele's wonderful trance-breaking products.

Now I listen to You Deserve it when I've had a trying day; maybe someone yelled at me, or I've gotten worn or tired or lonely. Or when I feel really little in the world and need a warm voice to take care of me, and to tell me I'm a good girl worth loving.


Warmest wishes,

Linda
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