We often get asked for evidence of subliminal messaging, from people who have yet to experience the power of subliminal messaging for themselves.
There are plenty of well-documented studies proving that subliminal audios can produce measurable and lasting effects, from breaking bad habits to improving performance. In fact, subliminals can be used to improve any area of your life – from deep internal changes to improvements in your physical body. For example, you can increase your motivation, boost your self-esteem, treat illnesses and phobias, the possibilities are truly endless!
For a long time, research on silent subliminal was prohibited because the US military patented the technology. See the patent document here.
So this is a page with some studies which have been conducted on subliminal audios over the last 30+ years:
Kaser, V.A. “The Effects of an Auditory Subliminal Perception Message Upon the Production of Images and Dreams”. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1986):
In another study conducted by Dr. Becker experimental and control groups were asked to guess a three-digit number. The experimental group was exposed to the number subliminally embedded in behind a pink noise (similar to white noise) based audio track.
In three different trials an average of 77% of people exposed to the subliminal numbers guessed correctly, in comparison to only 10% of people in the control groups who weren’t exposed subliminally to the numbers. This again confirms that subliminal messages are perceived at a non-conscious level.
Parker, K.A. “Effects of Subliminal Symbiotic Stimulation on Academic Performance: Further Evidence on the Adaptation-Enhancing Effects of Oneness Fantasies.” Journal of Counseling Psychology (1982):
Palmatier, J.R., and Bornstein, P.H. “Effects of Subliminal Stimulation of Symbiotic Merging Fantasies on Behavioral Treatment of Smokers.” The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1980):
A follow up study by Palmatier and Bornstein found that “subliminal messaging noticeably improved the progress of subjects attempting to quit smoking”, when compared to the group not exposed to subliminal messages.
Silverman, L.H., Martin, A., Ungaro, R., and Mendelsohn, E. “Effect of Subliminal Stimulation of Symbiotic Fantasies on Behavior Modification Treatment of Obesity.” Clinical Psychology (1978):
Ariam, S., & Siller, J. “Effects of subliminal oneness stimuli in Hebrew on academic performance of Israeli high school students: Further evidence on the adaptation-enhancing effects of symbiotic fantasies in another culture using another language.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1982):
Psychologists claimed the messages such as “Mommy and I are one” would boost the students self esteem and have an effect to help them learn. Also interestingly when the messages were revealed so the students were aware of what they were receiving the effect failed, giving support to the effectiveness of sending a subliminal message rather than an overt one. (That’s why we only give you sample affirmations and not the whole script)
Plumbo, R. and Gillman, I. “Effects of Subliminal Activation of Oedipal Fantasies on Competitive Performance.” The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1984):
Bornstein, R.F, Leone, D.R. and Galley, D.J. “The Generalizability of Subliminal Mere Exposure Effects: Influence of Stimuli Perceived Without Awareness on Social Behavior.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1987):
Shevrin, H. “Does the Averaged Evoked Response Encode Subliminal Perception? Yes.” (1975):
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