Program Your Mind As You Sleep with Sleep Programming

Here is a fact – we spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping. That is a big chunk of time. Wouldn’t it be great to somehow use this time to enrich our lives when we are awake? That would be called Sleep Programming.

I have been using subconscious mind programming for years … I even have a reminder on my computer to “program my subconscious mind” every evening. Anyone can do this for any area of your life.

I have used it successfully to awake at a specific time (without using an alarm clock). I have used it to awake at a specific time to even use subjective communication to help influence certain things I want to influence.

Subconscious programming works. It is very effective.

Essentially what you are doing is planting messages into your subconscious mind – your obedient servant to improve an area in your life.

You could use this for relationships, business success, your body – gaining muscle or losing weight. The list goes on and on. Use your imagination – you can program for it.

The downside with this type of programming is you have a limited amount of time to program because you drift off to sleep (hopefully).
The solution to this problem is a program called Sleep Programming. This takes the subconscious programming method I described above to a different level.

Sleep Programming works like this … you listen to a CD or MP3 on a specific area of your life you want improved ALL NIGHT LONG.

What this does is it reprograms your subconscious mind (because your conscious mind is not active) while you are sleeping – taking advantage of the one third of your life spent sleeping.

Now you can use this tool to improve virtually anything in your life … in an easy and effortless way.

Here is my official Sleep Programming Review that details what I think of this program and if this could actually help.

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