This recording is completely silent.
About the music: March of the Mind by Kevin MacLeod.
For Best Results: Listen to the recording while saying the above affirmation to yourself and visualizing the outcome you desire.
Below are the affirmations that exist on this recording.
I am fair and principled.
You are fair and principled.
Other people notice that you are fair and principled.
Successful people, like you, are fair and principled.
Wishing you the best of success,
How Subliminal Recordings Can Help You Now: You have three levels of mind which work together to create the wonderful person that you are. Your unconscious mind regulates your biological patterns; your conscious minds help you navigate your world, while your subconscious mind directs your behavior based upon the information given it via your conscious mind. Sometimes, though, the information that you wish to integrate into your subconscious mind is filtered through the critical factor of the conscious mind.
When you truly desire to change your behavior on an innate level, you must bypass the critical factor of your conscious mind and implant the new information directly into your subconscious mind.
Subliminal affirmations are recorded outside the threshold of human hearing. Although there are no audible words, your subconscious will hear the affirmation. This process can help you bypass the critical factor of the conscious mind helping you make the changes you truly desire.
The affirmation is repeated 70 times, in various formats, on each recording. Repeating the affirmation numerous times, using a variation of sentence structures, allows the recording to make the deepest possible imprint upon your subconscious mind. These embedded suggestions serve to remove the subconscious blocks to creating these changes in your life.
The recordings are provided in two formats; completely silent (for the convenience of those needing discretion) and with music. You may download the recordings for personal use on your computer or phone. You may also share the recordings on your website or blog as long as you credit Sheilah T. Davis as the original source (that way, people know who to contact if they have questions).