The Welcome a happy child MP3 will encourage your child to find happiness in the small things in life, particularly other people. This should develop their social skills.
Positron emission tomography (PET), electroencephalography (EEG) and event-related potentials (ERP), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), magnetoencephalography (MEG), and near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) scans have confirmed that the brains of children have not developed the ability to be consciously logical and analytical. That part of the brain does not reach full maturity until they reach their mid-20’s. Children are inclined to be influenced by, and accept information the adult mind will refuse. However, they learn best from repetition.
The Welcome a happy child subliminal messages are designed to guide the minds of children of all ages with short simple messages of encouragement.
They can be listened to at almost anytime, but are most effective when asleep. They do not require prior therapy because their minds are more malleable to change because they do not have the critical conscious mind of an adults.
When they listen to this MP3 while sleeping, on ‘repeat’ their unconscious mind will hear this message more than 500 times every night. The more these messages are repeated over and over, the more they are uncritically accepted by the unconscious. A message repeated enough, will become a new unconscious belief.
These subliminal affirmations are simply ‘veiled’ from the conscious mind within masking music and environmental sounds to foil conscious analytical thinking, which could otherwise ‘filter out’ messages. A small child’s mind is ‘more open’ to idea’s and concepts than an adult mind, therefore these messages will be more easily accepted by them.
Subliminal affirmation text;
“You feel joy when you wake up. Smiles and happy faces make you cheerful. A hug and a kiss makes you feel good. Everything makes you feel happy.
You are more more clear in the mind, more relaxed in the body. You are more happy with everything and everybody.”
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