Date Added:Aug. 08, 2003
Price:Free to try (31-day trial); $14.95 to buy
Downloads Last Week:5
Product ranking:#24 in Health & Fitness Software
this is not free
Cnet should tell these vendors pushing their software that free means free not "trial". If software is meant to be only a trial then cnet needs a trial section and a true free section. This is BS!
for windows7 run as administrator to install the product.If the product stops registering fonts close other programs.I have not used any other product hence i dont know about it cons
I was really looking forward to trying this software because I have had good luck in the past with subliminal audio programs; however, the download was a HUGE mess and had to be removed immediately.
I wish I had had a chance to use it; but, after a prolonged and somewhat scary search through my computer to remove bits and pieces of it after uninstall, I'm not inclined to try again.
It only steals 6500k of memory
People got quite paranoid in the 60s/70s about subliminal advertising and laws were enacted to make the practice illegal, but no evidence was ever submitted that subliminal advertising ever even worked. Unless you're extremely susceptible to suggestion, it probably won't do anything for you.
Reply by savageactor on July 11, 2009
This is one of those statements that you come upon where one individual makes one statement about one thing and it influences people to the nth degree. There are many, many people who function with a chaotic mind. A mind where there thoughts and ideas and images just spin around in their head and actually controls their behavior in such a way that is very disorganized. Everything around them is "all messed up" Most of these people, and I am one of them, benefit by any method that enables them to slow the chaotic process in the mind down which enables us to concentrate and focus better. If it is done enough and the person avails hin/her self to the flashing images, words, pictures etc., long enough on a consistent basis. of course it is going to influence the individual. and there are many, many double bind research studies that have provided various results with the results of subliminal influence. Carl Jung's information on archetypes is some very interesting information on how -
tried it free for the full period but changed all the messages to present tense instead of future tense (which they have) and found it was VERY helpful. Felt better (actually lost some weight). Great product.
when I looked up the product on cnet, I found that there was another product that was completely free and unlimited, all present tense. After looking at it carefully, I'll go with subliminal blaster instead. Price is right. Thanks cnet.
Easy to download no malware or adds. I have used something similar in the past and it worked; I installed this program only a week ago and it is too early to say if this version works.
Do not know
I've tried at least 4 different Subliminal Messages programs and this one is the best. Definitely worth paying the money for, even though it's still not perfect.
- I really like the fact that it doesn't interfere with other programs, and just keeps working away. (I don't know what that other reviewer was talking about it not working. My installation worked perfectly fine.)
A Note: For those who claim this type of program in general doesn't work I totally disagree. First off check out Wikepedia for research on "Subliminal Messages". It's true some studies claim that it doesn't work but there are other studies that point to at least a moderate amount of success. In addition, pay attention to the time duration of most these studies, going to a movie for 2 hrs to be influenced by a subliminal image of a Coke Bottle is a lot different from writing out messages that you believe in, and that you have flashed before you every 20 seconds for at least 4hrs a day, 6 days a week, on up to 1 to 6 months! Do the math! How can one not be influenced by the sheer volume of the messages!? After all, this is related to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - self talk, which is proven to be highly effective at changing behavioral and emotional patterns. (Oh and I'm not referring to the kind of subliminal messages where you secretly hear things in music, I'm much more skeptical about that, but this is different, the messages are being flashed before your eyes).
I believe this is a truly powerful tool and I'm really surprised that most people haven't caught on to this yet!
- I wish the developer would offer the color red as well.
- I wish the message duration could be slowed down to 200 milliseconds rather than the 99 millisecond maximum. (For times when one feels like they really need to see the messages more slowly)
- It would be nice if there was a voice recording option complete with it's own volume control, one that you could play over music. (Now I know I'm dreaming!)
If these functions were integrated this would be a perfect program but it's still well worth the money compared to other such programs.
Difficult to run, very difficult to unistall
you cannot see this.
you cannot see this.
no research, no facts, no beleive!!!!!!!!
it's fad? any research on this,or is this just another way to sell another worthless program to clutter up you hard drive
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|Publisher web site||http://www.bio-health.com.au/ambience.htm|
|Release Date||August 08, 2003|
|Date Added||August 08, 2003|
|Subcategory||Health & Fitness Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||5|
|License Model||Free to try|