How to Add Subliminal Messages in Windows 10
Did you know that back in 1897, an article was published in the New Psychology that talked about how subliminal images work and that these types of images were used in World War II to help teach soldiers how to recognize enemy planes? Also on January 27, 2007, McDonald´s logo briefly appeared during the Iron Chef America program on the Food Network. The channel was accused of subliminal advertising, but the channel was able to play it off by simply saying it was just a glitch, yeah right.
If you have ever wanted to know how to add a subliminal message to your or someone else's Windows computer, you are only going to have to remember the words, Mind of a Winner. With this software that is not only available for Windows but also for Mac and Ubuntu. It's completely free to use and to download.
How to Use Subliminal Messages
Once you open the software and go through the installation steps, you will see a box with three columns. The first column is where you select the category; you can choose from options such as:
- Personal Development
- Business, Health
- Love and Relationships
- Brain Power
- Negative habits
- Success in life
- Overcome Fears
- Custom Message
The second column is the subcategory section where you can choose from options such as:
- Positive Thinking
- Achieving Goals
- Self Esteem
- Attract Other People
Finally, in the third column, you select the message you want as your subliminal message. You can choose from phrases such as:
- My Life is Great
- I can easily adapt to any situation
- I am a happy person
- People enjoy my company
- I deserve love, success, and happiness
- I see great opportunities everywhere
- I believe in myself
- I can do anything I want
- I can find something positive in any situation
- I attract good things
You will notice that the message is in its majority are for people that are looking to reach a goal such as to quit smoking or to become more organized (among other things). The good news is that you can also edit the messages so you can add your personal motivational phrase or you can use to expose your roommate to phrases such as, "Pay my half of the rent" and see if it has any effect. As you can see in the image below, I created my subliminal message.
To create you own subliminal message, you need to click on Custom message and click on add. A small window will pop up asking you to enter your custom message.
The buttons below this box also allow you to either edit or delete a message you don't want to use anymore, but that also applies for any subcategories you also created.
In the Pictures Tab, you can add any picture you can to use as your subliminal message. As you can see in the image below, I only added one picture but if you want to you can add as many as you want and then just select the one you want to use.
In Settings is where the real fun is, since here is where you can set up the details of the software. For example, you can choose to display the image ever 1 to 8 seconds with a duration of either 10ms (subconscious) to 1 sec (for testing). You can also decide where you want your subliminal message to appear, whether you want it in the center, top, bottom, left, right or random. As you can see, you are complete control as to where your subliminal messages appear.
In Program Settings, you can make changes such as what font or color you want to use. The downside to the software is that it's only available in two languages, English and Russian, but hopefully, more languages will be added soon.
As you can see the software is very easy to use, and hopefully, you can reach your goal by being exposed to a positive subliminal message. If you are not too tech savvy, then this is a software you are going to love to use because of its simplicity. Have you ever tried using subliminal messages? Let us know in the comments.
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