How does it work? Look at the demo of the Mindzoom software here. Learn how subliminals help your brain to focus on important tasks, but the complaint is that …
Certain techniques and tools can help you to achieve faster results in a shorter amount of time. The technique that we use here is subliminal messaging, receiving encouraging messages that are sent beneath the boundaries of our senses. The tool that does that is Mindzoom.
Studies in the past show that subliminal messages have an affect on what we choose. We develop a preference for whatever content is embedded in the message. Knowing this effect, we can use it to affect us in a positive way, by relaying messages that enforce good ideas and eliminate bad ones.
As far as I know, there is no way to do that without using a tool. Since subliminal messages are sent through either auditory stimulation (sounds) or visual ones (images or words), we need a medium to record the messages and play them back. Mindzoom is a tool that fulfills this purpose.
What is Mindzoom?
Mindzoom is a software that you download and install on your computer or laptop. Currently, it’s available for Windows and MacOS, but not yet for Android systems. The download size is about 14.1 MB, so it should be a light download for most computer owners.
Once you’ve installed it, you can run the program straight away. The software comes with around 60 categories, and each category contains ready made affirmations. For example, the Money 1 category has about 35 affirmations that play when you start the software.
A glimpse of the affirmations in the Money category include:
- I use money wisely
- I can sense when to invest successfully
- I work on my business ideas
- I am generous
- I satisfy my customers completely
There are a total of 1,150 affirmations that are included in the software.
The messages display once every four seconds for a brief 50 milliseconds. This setting is the default setting when you begin Mindzoom, but you can change it. You can also change the positioning of the messages, the font, and the color. I have kept it on the default setting so far, but I want to change the font since it’s a rather bland looking font in my opinion.
There is also the option to activate the Silent Subliminal Messaging (SSM), to have a synthesized voice say the affirmations when the software is running. There are two voices, a female voice (Anna) and a male voice (Sam). You can choose to have them speak the subliminal messages, or not.
With version 3.1, what’s new is the Subliminal Mixer. This feature allows you to combine the affirmations with a musical backing track and also binaural or isochronic beats. With the mixer, you’ll be able to create a fully customized subliminal audio.
Other than the Mindzoom.exe file, once you buy the software you get a few bonuses. They include:
- Audio subliminal programs (two .exe files)
- Mind Reality (70 page eBook)
There are other bonuses, but they require you to sign up to a different program to get them. You can do that if you want, but I suggest maximizing using Mindzoom first before attempting other ways.
How Does Mindzoom Work?
It works quite simply, at the push of a button.
Open the program, and press start. The software will load the affirmations according to the category you choose, and then begin to display them while the controller goes into the system tray.
If you want to change the category, click on the Mindzoom icon and click configure, stop it, click on the affirmations tab, and then choose the category you want. You can select one, some, or all categories, though I usually use only one or two.
As you choose the category, you can open up the affirmation editor to peek at what affirmations will be displayed as subliminal messages. You can add or subtract affirmations by deleting or writing your own, such as adding your favorite affirmations from other programs or books you’ve read *hint hint
You can change the position of the messages to appear at random locations (which is what I do), at the center, or at the corners of the computer screen. You can change the font to any font that’s on your operating system, meaning you can download custom fonts and use that for the affirmations.
The messages can be set to appear once every second or 20 seconds, with a duration of 10 – 500 ms. I leave it at 50 ms and it’s barely noticeable on the screen. I have it on as I’m reading it, with the SSM on, and I almost don’t notice it at all unless I’m actively looking for it.
Mindzoom Review: My Results After Using It
The most noticeable effect I’ve experienced using this software is that it acts as a reminder about what I need to be thinking and doing. While I work on my laptop, sometimes I can read the short messages, as brief as they may be, and remind myself to maintain a positive mindset.
As you may experience, our minds can wander off to unpleasant thoughts or useless memories, playing back past events that don’t help us in the present to achieve our future goals. Mindzoom, while it’s playing, can keep our minds on the track and repeatedly nudge it to think about beneficial and useful thoughts.
For example, one affirmation I have running is I focus fully and keep at it until I finish. It reminds me to not get distracted, and focus on a task until I finish. All while being subliminal.
I don’t have any direct results from it yet, or perhaps I don’t realize it yet, but I do like this software. Since all I have to do is turn it on and it runs on its own, it’s a no-brainer to use it while I work. The application is light too and doesn’t affect the performance of my computer (a 2014 Asus with Intel i3).
My complaint about Mindzoom is that you’re limited to using your computer or laptop screen. You can’t use it on your mobile device, and the main benefit is from seeing the messages (though you can set it to play audio too). That said, it is best to use the software while you are not moving (don’t listen to subliminals while you’re driving or doing other risky movement) so this isn’t much of an issue.
Another downside, though not so much, is that the affirmations are rather generic. If you have been struggling with money for a long time, it probably means you have a deep issue that generic statements won’t solve. Therefore, you need to input the custom affirmations, especially if you have done inner work on your problems in the past.
Should You Buy It?
I would say yes, you may buy it if you like to maintain positive thoughts automatically. If you don’t have time to sit down and do active meditation, this software acts as a substitute. You can get the benefit of automatic affirmations that focus on goodness while doing other work. The price of the software is affordable too.
Who should not buy it? I suppose if you don’t have a computer or laptop, then obviously don’t buy it because you won’t be able to use it. Other than that, I don’t see a specific reason as not to at least try this program with it’s money back guarantee.