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  • November 28, 2013 at 1:04 am #0

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    11/28/2013 at 1:04 am

    I found this good website that we could all use to write our affirmations effectively:


    “The message script of a subliminal, supraliminal or paraliminal audio recording is the foundation on which all other components are built.

    It is far more important than the sound or masking track and any potential brainwave track.

    An important aspect of designing it is to ensure that the use of negative words and phrases is avoided.

    What these are and how to ensure the message script statements are written in a positive manner is explained in detail.

    When designing any type of self-help message script you may unintentionally use words, terms or phrases that do not send the correct message to the subconscious mind of a listener.
    Why Negative Words Should be Avoided in a Message Script

    Subconscious mind and negative wordsWords often considered harmless but negative in nature can actually reduce the desired effect of the self-help recording.

    In addition to negative words, there are also contractions, conditional words, terms and phrases that should never be used.

    The reason for excluding any form of negative words or phrases in a message script is due to the simple nature of the subconscious mind.

    It does not have the reasoning capabilities of the conscious mind and is unable to understand or interpret negative terms and will simply ignore any such words included in a statement.

    Conditional words should also be avoided because of similar reasons. The childlike reasoning capabilities of the subconscious mind are unable to process conditional statements because of its inability to differentiate between the past, present and future.
    List of Words and Contractions to Avoid in a Message Script

    Message Script Statement to Avoid UsingSome obvious negative words to avoid using in any message statements are not, never, and related contractions such as can’t, or won’t.

    Regrettably, there are many others and it can be difficult to know all or even most of them.

    To save time, presented below is a list of the most important words and contractions you should not use when designing your statements for a message script.

    Against, Afraid, Angry, Anguish, Aren’t, Avoid
    Banish, Barren
    Can’t, Cautious, Closed, Concerned
    Danger, Didn’t, Dislike, Don’t, Doubtful
    Envy, Envious, Evil
    Failure, Fear, Fearful, Furious
    Gloom, Gone, Greed, Gross
    Hate, Haven’t, Hesitant
    Isn’t, Impossible, Improbable
    Just, Justified
    Last, Lose, Loser, Losing, Lost
    Missing, Missed, Mistake
    Never, No, Not
    Obstacle, Opposed
    Punish, Pain, Painful, Painless
    Queasy, Questionable
    Reduced, Retarded, Restricted
    Scared, Secret, Sick, Suspect, Suspicious
    Terrified, Tormented
    Unable, Unhealthy, Unlikely, Unwilling
    Why, Won’t, Wouldn’t

    This represents only some of the words, variations or contractions to be avoided, and there many others that you will likely discover. If uncertain as to the meaning of a word, either look it up or avoid using it entirely.

    Also, there is no reason to use complex words because the subconscious mind will not understand them, and simpler is definitely better.
    Conditional Terms and Phrases to Avoid in a Message Script

    In addition to understanding what words or contractions not to use in a message script, there are also conditional terms and phrases that should be avoided.

    They are considered conditional because the outcome is uncertain and dependent on another event happening first.

    Avoiding Conditional Terms and PhrasesThe subconscious mind does not understand the nature of the past or the future, as does the conscious mind.

    It can only comprehend the present and because of this, conditional message statements will likely have no effect in achieving the desired goal of the recording.

    The best example of the most important conditional word to avoid is “if”.

    Using it implies that the desired result can only be achieved when something else occurs first.

    Since the subconscious mind is unable to understand the future, it will ignore that part of the statement.

    There are specific words, terms and phrases that are conditional, but this may not always be obvious. A list of words, terms and phrases that are considered to be conditional is provided below.

    Conditional, Could
    Depending on
    Even though
    Once this
    Prior to
    What if

    Using any of these words or phrases presents a possible future based on a previous event that may never happen. What is preferable is to project and state a specific future to the subconscious. This cannot be done by using statements that are worded as conditional.

    The subconscious mind must be presented with statements describing the goal as already achieved or that it is in the process of being achieved. Designing messages worded in the form “I am”, or “I am becoming” is far more desirable and effective.
    Dangers of Poorly Written Message Statements

    Since the subconscious mind does not understand negative or conditional words in a message, it will essentially ignore them. For example, if your intention was to design a subliminal recording to help people quit smoking and did not follow the suggested guidelines, you may initially write a message statement such as “I don’t smoke”.

    The subconscious would ignore the negative word and receive the message as “I smoke”. If a similar statement was worded conditionally as “If I smoke I may get sick”, the subconscious would translate this into “I smoke, I get sick”.

    Subliminal Message Scripts Ignored by SubconsciousAt a minimum, this would render the messages ineffective and not help achieve the target goal. In the extreme, the message statements may actually make the situation worse.

    This is the most important reason for ensuring that certain words are never used when writing your message scripts.

    It is to your advantage and of benefit to your potential listeners that you become familiar with what words are better, and which words, terms or phrases should be avoided. Knowing this will only help you to design and build a more effective recording.

    By following the guidelines presented here, you are also embracing a basic but important principle about creating self-help recordings.

    Each and every recording, whether subliminal, supraliminal or paraliminal, should always be designed so that it helps the listener and does no harm in any way.

    It may seem easier at times to choose negative words or conditional statements when writing message statements. Finding the right positive words to use can require some creativity at times, but if you strive to follow these guidelines, it will likely become easier to do as you gain more experience writing message statements.

    The message scripts you design should be written so that they follow not only the guidelines presented here, but others equally important. You should review how to use the first and second person perspectives, incorporating sub-themes and using the present or near present tense properly.

    (c) Copyright – B. James Kudlak. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.”

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